vegetal

I am aware that the last breath of life will be essential, and I strive to get there without ever losing the respect for myself, which is essential not to lose the respect of others.

ME

I’ve known the power of silence and words since I was a child, having lived in seven different countries and immersed myself in as many languages and cultures as possible.

After graduating in Economics and Industrial Sciences in Switzerland, I specialised in Systemic Psychology in Palo Alto, at the Mental Reasearch Institute with Paul Watzlawick and John Weakland, and at Stanford University. I obtained a Doctorate in Psychology at the University of Ljubljana.

I stayed in the United States for a few years. First in Palo Alto, working at the Mental Research Institute in the team of Paul Watzlawick, John Weakland and Richard Fish. Then in San Francisco, where I studied Ericksonian hypnosis, systemic therapy and family therapy, and took an interest in the research on death and terminal illnesses of Dr Kubler Ross, with whom I studied and collaborated in Virginia.

Back in Europe, in Ljubljana, I obtained a doctorate in Psychology, specialising in psychosomatics and family constellations, translating from German into Italian some works by Bert Hellinger and other German-speaking authors.

In recent years I have deepened my studies in theology and Eastern philosophies. I have a doctorate in Hinduist studies and a master’s degree in Theology from the Faculty of Theology of Lugano. I am currently completing a Master in Islamic Theology at Middlesex University in London and Buddhist studies at the Than Hsiang Centre in Malaysia.

I am convinced that spirituality (wrongly confused with religious belief) will be the key that will guide us in the new world that is being born.

I am bilingual in Italian and German and I also speak and write in English, French, Spanish and Russian, while Arabic and ancient languages are useful for the study of different traditions.

Email: info@annazanardi.com

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