In the Rose GardenMeetings for Sufi meditation, self-discovery, and healing
In all different purposes which we see working through each individual, there seems to be one purpose which is behind them all, and that is the unfoldment of the soul.
— Sufi Hazrat Inayat Khan
Welcome! I am Natalia (Nur Jahan), a meditation teacher, a spiritual mentor and a coach. I love supporting people who wish to live a fuller, happier, more purposeful life, and who also want to ensure that they follow the path they were born to walk, do the work they came here to do, and do their best for it to be of benefit to others.
It has always been a great happiness for me to be able to help people achieve a larger degree of freedom and sovereignty. What freedom is differs for each of us, and yet almost universally we find ourselves in need of letting go of the conditioning that has been imposed on us by our family, friends, teachers, culture, the society as a whole. Noticing for the first time that we are not truly making our own decisions, but rather following the road that somebody we know has already followed, can come as a shock. Yet there are ways to begin reclaiming our authenticity, and I can gladly share some of them with you.
I began working as a transpersonal psychotherapy practitioner and then also as a life-coach in the 90s. In the later years my work became more and more that of a Sufi guide, and of a spiritual coach. Today I continue my Sufi studies, as well as learn from mystics from different traditions or none, including some talented psychics.
In one-on-one work I combine my skills in coaching, transpersonal psychotherapy and NLP with the Sufi insight into the human nature and laws of the human development.
meditation and sufi practice
Regular group with meditations from different traditions, and Sufi practices
Meditation and healing group
Sufi spoken and chanted practices and breathing exercises
sending light into the winter
Weekly meditation and prayer group for experienced practitioners.
When we begin our exploration of spirituality, we often have the idea that it will “fix” our so-called normal life: *at least* our relationships, perhaps even, to some degree, our health; less frequently (especially in the Christian world) we expect it to help us with money.
And particularly in the beginning, when we are fuelled with enthusiasm and seem to glide through things that were difficult before, our assumption rings true.
Scroll forward a few months, or even years – when we have become a mature “traveller” on a (whichever) path – and it is only too often that we find that while things did change comparing to where we were “before,” we are still stuck in something or other.
And those stuck places keep us anchored to the “old me” kind of energy. We feel we are no longer quite that person, and yet… we keep acting as one, or getting life’s “gifts” addressed to what we insist is a completely outdated model of ourselves.
Get in touch with me