Balder Nazarene

Balder Nazarene

Personal Development

I was born into a family dedicated to naturopathic medicine and immersed in disciplines such as cold water bath, leaving long hair from 0 to 7 years old, vegetarianism, meditation, yoga, among others.

Since my childhood and youth I had the opportunity to learn from different teachers and different cultures and philosophies.
When I was 16 years old, I went to live in a remote place in the desert of northern Mexico where I met to my first teacher of the indigenous tradition.

The knowledge I already had about astrology, world mythologies, sacred geometry, psychostructure and body language, biodecoding, handling of the pendulum and Hebrew and Buddhist philosophy; knowledge of indigenous traditions was integrated, such as temazcal or inipi, medicinal dances, vigils, vision quest, development of the relationship with the elements, among others.
After that a deeper immersion into Hindu philosophy and Tantric religious system with practices like mudras and mantrams took place.

As an instructor of different styles of yoga and therapist for more than 20 years, two things are very clear to me now. The first thing is that the ancient civilizations understood the way everything is connected and used to act according to universal harmony. The second is that learning is infinite.