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Maitri May

Konrad-Engelhardt-Str. 9
Gauting, Germany


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I studied Teacher Training in a catholic university in Alcalá (Madrid) and worked as volunteer teaching children in a Catholic Mission in Mexico, for a NGO for Street Children in Oaxaca-Mexico, a NGO for Indigenous People in Ayutla-Mexico and with Mother Theresa in Calcutta-India, amongst other jobs.

Life always changes and mine also, and I learnt different massages in Thailand, India, Japan, England and Spain, and lived basically in India for 12 years attending philosophy and spiritual teachings and seminars, doing spiritual retreats in India and Nepal, and at the same time learnt and shared with shamans in those countries and in Latin-America and Philippines.

Also learnt Tibetan Medicine with a teacher of Ment-See-Khan in Dharamsala-India, Reiki in Nepal, Tarot Card Reading in Guatemala, ESP Development (Extra Sensory Perception) with Jaime Licauco in the Philippines and Intuition with teachers from different countries.

I gave lectures and seminars in themes like Energy Work, Aura Reading, Healing (Crystal, Energy, Past lives, Tibetan), Intuition and Shamanism, in Barcelona (Spain), and gave a talk in the radio.

But life was not always so spiritual as it seems and as with a coin, light can´t exist without a dark side. I did many good things in life but also not so good and always knew I had to “pay back” the curses I sent and all came together to make my life change drastically.

Trained as Psychotherapist in the Naturopathy / Alternative area, as well as hypnotherapist and in parapsychology, I´m currently working in Germany giving massages and as counsellor, taking groups to do spiritual journeys, and doing tarot cards readings and clairvoyance.

Interests: As I lived in India many years, I´m more into meditation and everything related to spirituality

Published writer: Yes

Freelance: No


Published works:


  • Unconditional. Based in the true story of a metanoia