The Modern Day Wizard
Andrew Wallas states that his journey began with his own misery and desperation. After becoming very successful in terms of finance, Andrew reached a point where he felt very unhappy with himself…
Andrew Wallas states that his journey began with his own misery and desperation. After becoming very successful in terms of finance, Andrew reached a point where he felt very unhappy with himself and decided to seek help. He underwent psychotherapy for many years and then decided to begin training in the field himself. He claimed that the inner world was more interesting than the outer world and became dependent on it.
After attending Regents College, he achieved a Masters in Psychology and began practicing in North London. He developed a hybrid and began taking on the role of what he calls an ‘energy worker’. He was once coined as a ‘modern day wizard’ – a term that he eventually grew into. Andrew believes that there is a wizard within all of us and now introduces himself at the Modern Day Wizard.
Though his work started out as relatively conventional, Andrew admits that it has become unconventional over time. He sees two clients a day for 2/3 hours sessions each. Andrew's sessions are intense; he looks at various aspects of a client's life, such as relationships, work and the past life. He particularly specialises in helping women with fertility issues, single women in their 30s and 40s and those in relationships.
Andrew’s typical day begins at 6.30am. He wakes up and takes his 10 year old daughter to school and then focuses on quiet meditation and reflection after breakfast. His wife, a writer, also works from home, meaning they frequently perform spiritual practice together. In September, he will be launching The Wizard School, an exciting two year training programme for aspiring wizards. They will look at internal validation and different ways of shifting energy, through laughter, crying and rage.
Andrew has been through a lot to get to where he is in life. After suffering from an addiction to alcohol and depression, he is now 36 years sober and focuses his attention on improving intimacy between couples, a topic which he even wrote a book about with his wife.
The way that Andrew looks at life is refreshing and thought-provoking. He believes that the basic problem with humans is that we all want something but unconsciously stop ourselves from getting it. He works to unblock what’s stopping them and helps clients to avoid sabotaging energy.
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