The Path of Integration 

"Quod est inferius, est sicut quod est superius, et quod est superius, est sicut quod est inferius: ad perpetranda miracula Rei Unius."

"...That which is below is like that which is above and that which is above is like that which is below to do the miracles of one Only Thing."

Tabula Smaragdina - Hermes Trismegistus

Look in the mirror, seeing beyond it to understand more about yourself... Learn the art of Turning lead into Gold walking the Path of and Realization.

"Integration" means to realize our full potential in complete harmony with the whole World.  The word “whole” per se means complete, integer, and together with the word “holy” - that means sacred, give rise to the term "healing". Any process that leads us to recognize and integrate any aspect of our nature in order to realize our wholeness, could be called healing, and can be seen as a sacred process. It also means remembering that the orientation upwards is possible when we keep our feet consciously placed on the ground, feeling in touch with the ground in the most functional way, in every sense, metaphorically and practically. This is the reason why part of my work dedicated to Healing and Realization is focused on the body, the tool that allows us to integrate experiences of all kind during our earthly life, including so called spiritual experiences. The Path of Integration is a sacred path of silent knowledge that passes through the body, instrument of spiritual experience, and that leads us to Knowledge and to a Path of Realization through the knowledge of ourselves, of sacred numbers and geometry, of symbols & archetypes, and of the basic laws that shape our inner Universe.  

Walk the Path...

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All the paintings on this website are Monica Canducci's works. If you want to use any image, please tell Monica, thank you!