Enjoy an exclusive, gentle hands-on healing modality from Damanhur, Italy (a small community nestled in the alpine foothills north of Piedmont, Italy, between Turin & Aosta) where they use ancient technology called Selfica that dates back to the Egyptian, Etruscan, Celtic and Minoa civilizations. Legend says that it was also present in mythical Atlantis.
This Selfic energy is based upon the spiral, which makes it possible to focus and direct vital energies to perform different functions connected to wellness, amplifying perceptions and personal development, while accessing the Synchronic Lines entering the Earth from the Cosmos.
Damanhur was founded in 1975 from the inspiration of Falco Tarassaco, né Oberto Airaudi (1950-2013). His enlightened and pragmatic vision created a fertile reality based on solidarity, sharing, love and respect for the environment. Staying true to Falco’s original vision of a community based upon ethical and spiritual values, Damanhur has captivated attention around the world as a laboratory for experimenting with sustainable ways of living, in harmony with nature and its elements and forces.
Damanhur is nestled in the alpine foothills north of Piedmont, Italy, between Turin and Aosta. It is truly a magical place on earth, in a 15-kilometer area surrounding the lush, green valley of Valchiusella lives a very active, multilingual community of 600 people. There is one more phenomenon that makes Damanhur truly unique: It’s global location is an axis point where four of the 18 worldwide synchronic lines intersect. The very ground breathes—rocks, trees and plants resonate prana. Everything seems to be subtly energized. The effect, when you visit there, is an unmistakable lifting of the human spirit.
Damanhur is a Federation of spiritual communities, with its own constitution, culture, art, music, currency, schools and uses of science and technology. Its citizens are open to sharing their knowledge and research with other groups and cultures of the world, and with anyone who is interested in exploring these themes.
Damanhurians experience these philosophies by taking action in every area…from art, culture, family life, labor and politics to research on the subtle energies that comprise the universe. In fact, to emphasize the importance of change, humor and a respect for life, many Damanhurian citizens choose to adopt an animal and plant name, which they use every day. While the pursuit of one’s individual talents and “ways of service” are always encouraged, Damanhur residents agree that the community as a whole is equally important. The individual is both “I” and “We.” As one community, Damanhurians (and any others who wish to join in) recognize themselves as a Popolo Spirituale (Spiritual People).
Damanhur is perhaps best known for its extraordinary subterranean work of art and architecture, a cathedral known as the Temples of Humankind. It has been profiled on international television as the “Eighth Wonder of The World.” This complex was entirely dug by hand into the heart of the mountain. Decorated with mosaics, stained glass, sculptures, wall paintings and other works of art, it is dedicated to the awakening the divine spark present in every human being.
Damanhur’s deep respect for the environment as a conscious, sensitive entity and citizens’ commitment to co-exist with the
plant and animal worlds (as well as intelligences that inhabit this universe) is a reverent and nurturing way to live. One expression of this philosophy is Music of the Plants, in which communication with the plant world inspires concerts where the musicians are trees & plants, who play music alongside human musicians.
You can experience this Music of the Plants in the USA, with Sabrina Wellendorf, who holds special “Healing Sounds” workshops to introduce people to this wonderful healing modality while listening to plants sing their songs of communication.
To walk in Damanhur is to walk through past, present and future.
Ancient mysteries and the forgotten wisdom of great civilizations coalesce with a fresh, tech-infused vision of an evolving potential future. Damanhurians prefer natural healing methods and a holistic view of wellness using Selfica technology, but not to the exclusion of science and medicine. Their goal is to appreciate life in all its forms, while leaving the lowest possible impact on the environment. Where appropriate, leading-edge technologies are employed as a valuable ally in the defense of health and nature.
Selfica is a field of empirical research that was introduced to Damanhur through Falco Tarassaco’s studies and experiments, which he conducted with others in the community. The Selfica discipline makes it possible to focus and direct vital and intelligent energies to perform different functions connected to wellness, amplifying perceptions and personal development.
The structures of Selfica are based on the spiral, and they are comprised of metals, minerals, colors and special inks all of which act as conductors for intelligent energies. These “border forces” can be a link between our material world and different planes of existence, enabling us to establish a synergistic relationship among all of them.
Selfica is an ancient technology. Its use dates back to the Egyptian, Etruscan, Celtic and Minoan civilizations. Legend says that it was also present in mythical Atlantis.
Sabrina has completed her first level of the 3-year program in the Spiritual Healer’s 20-day Intensive Program in Italy in August, 2016. She is continuing her studies with other Damanhurian courses in Alchemy School, Mystery School, Meditation School, Astral Travel, Dream Interpretation, Inner Personalities, and Past Lives.