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Victor Sánchez is a Mexican researcher, author and international speaker on human development topics.
His research field has been related to three main areas: Living with different indigenous peoples from Mexico, spending time in intimate contact and interaction with the world of nature, beyond the turmoil of cities, and working with personal growth groups around the world. Is in these groups where, for more than thirty years, he has applied what he has learned in his research. Always interested in practical applications of knowledge, the result of his work is reflected not only in his books but also in the hundreds of workshops, seminars and lectures that he has offered around the world.
On the anthropology field, for most of his life, he has studied the historical fonts and lived among indigenous communities from Mexico, from a unique research perspective that he calls Anti-Anthropology.
On the field of Psychology, his work has been nurtured by the main currents on the field, with a particular interest in Carl Jung´s perspective of human soul development.
Victor Sanchez presents his work in a wide variety of environments; such as personal development workshops, lectures, seminars, spiritual retreats, personal consultation sessions, corporate workshops, business consultancy services, training for psychotherapists and other professionals in the area of psychological and emotional health, mentoring for researchers in the field of Anti-Anthropology and many others.
His passion and goal in life is simply to change the world to make it a better place and to contribute to the unfinished evolution of the human kind.
His way of doing it is to help people to discover the other side of their own consciousness which he calls “Consciousness of the Other Self” and supporting the development of a more mature and evolved spirituality -based on experience-, to help mankind to eventually overcome the primitive state of continual conflict between the defenders of the different faith-based religions.
More information about his work can be found following the links to the different websites related to him and his work.