World Dream Day announces Psychologist Iran as a World Dream Ambassador.
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Born in Mexico City, Irán grew up in a family with strong roots in the ancient traditions and knowledge to heal the body and soul. This legacy was passed to her from woman to woman within her family. She studied psychology in Mexico City and educated in Internal development, NLP, Gestalt, Psychoanalysis, and Psychodrama. Irán complements science with the healing art of “Psicomagia”, Carl Jung’s Tarot, and Psychoshamanism.
She worked for the government (PGJ) as a therapist with post-traumatic stress victims, and then as a therapist in a prison. Around Mexico, she gave conferences about emotional health in different high schools and universities. Irán hosted a radio show about psychology before moving to Europe and presenting “XIBALBA”, her sensorial theater play that helps people during the grief process. Since 2015 she lives in Munich and works in a private way in her consulting room and online with people around the world. Currently, Irán and her partner are building their vision of „Xpiro’ol“ – a retreat center to unite therapeutical aspects for body, mind, soul, and spirit – at the Riviera Maya in Mexico.
Psicomágia – a new path in psychology. Psychomagic is the name of a therapeutic practice primarily described by Alejandro Jodorowsky. The technique is alleged to be useful in psychotherapy. It combines art, Eastern philosophies (particularly Zen Buddhism), mysticism, and modern psychotherapy to allegedly heal patients with emotional problems. The principle relies on the belief that the unconscious mind takes a symbolic act as a fact. So a symbolic act could accordingly help solve some types of nonrational conflicts. These acts are prescribed by the therapist after having studied the patient’s personality and family tree.