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Meet Christopher DeSanti, Urban Mystic in Delray Beach

Today we’d like to introduce you to Christopher DeSanti.

Thanks for sharing your story with us Christopher. So, let’s start at the beginning and we can move on from there.
I had a sudden shift in awakening at a young age and took a journey of over twenty years to studying and researching many different philosophies and systems of thought that addresses fundamental questions such as Who am I? I have an extensive background in transformational modalities including but not limited to Eastern mysticism, A Course in Miracles, Shamanic work, Breathwork, and accelerated learning technologies originating in transformational training. I am the director of an organization that provides transformational training in multiple cities around the country. I recently published my first book titled “Urban Mystic-Ancient wisdom from a modern-day seeker” which chronicles some of my journeys and also many other subjects around healing and awakening for ourselves and the planet.

We’re always bombarded by how great it is to pursue your passion, etc. – but we’ve spoken with enough people to know that it’s not always easy. Overall, would you say things have been easy for you?
I touch on this in the book. I think for all humans there are. For me, the challenge is and has always been facing the symbols of fear that we all have in our minds

We’d love to hear more about your business.
I am an international trainer, teacher, and author that works with people to develop their lives. I also just wrote a book, ‘I am really happy’ about which tells about my journey and it’s essays that I have written over the years as I have worked with people individually and in groups. I work with people on what it takes to create extraordinary lives at the same time addressing deeper questions like why do I suffer and how do I create an abundant life? What sets what I do apart is I really combine east and west as I have studied the non dualistic teachings of India for over twenty years as well as bridge that works for people using a very western approach with Modalities like NLP, Accelerated learning, and Experiential Process work to bridge it all in a large group training environment.

What were you like growing up?
I was very into sports and became a top athlete in basketball in high school. I was ranked top 100 in the US my sophomore year of high school. Suddenly, after that life shifted and I started an intense journey of seeking higher knowledge. I had a lot of fun growing up and I am still close to the people I grew up with today.

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  • Book 11.95

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