The introspection initiated by Jungian psychotherapy and expanding interests also led him to become interested and to practice Eastern meditation techniques, Transcendental Meditation and Vipassana Meditation of the Buddha’s teachings, while enriching its theoretical and practical understanding with a study of the inner science of the mind and phenomena of the Indo-Tibetan traditions, over ten years.
While traveling the world from East to West, from auditorium and university libraries to the teachings of Eastern scholars, from the therapeutic context of his professional practice to shamans’ ceremonies in the Upper Amazon, Denis continues his investigation of the spiritual dimension of human behavior. He conducted a field study of shamanism in South and North America and of the occult sciences and perennial knowledge of humanity in the West.
He moved to Asia in 2005, completing his training in hypnosis and applied psychotherapy at the Bangkok School of Hypnosis. In India, Denis then trained in Neuro-Linguistic Programming, where he was distinguished with a Certificate in Neuro-Linguistic Programming, a Certificate of Advanced Life Coach, a Master in Neuro-Linguistic Programming and a Diploma in NLP Psychotherapy in 2016.
Denis sees his approach and mission as an opportunity to bring peace, strength, harmony and understanding between our multiple dimensions: physical, conceptual, emotional, intuitive or spiritual. He is the author of a book: “Entheosonic Whistling Vessels; An Investigation into Precolumbian Cultures, Sound, Shamanism and Unity Nature” (On Amazon).