About Akasha Babalon
My name is Akasha Babalon - a pseudonym first bestowed upon me by my original sacred sexuality teacher Chandra Devi. Akasha is a Sanskrit word for the element of space/aether. It also symbolizes deep space and the all-encompassing, all-permeating vastness of the Macrocosm. My qualities of open heartedness, open-mindedness and limitless creative spirit are all well symbolized by my first name.
Babalon is a Western Hermetic Goddess whose earthly incarnation manifests as a free, uninhibited, bold, powerful and empowered woman and a modern embodiment of the Eastern Shakti. You will find these qualities deeply reflected in my own character.
I have been a practitioner of sensual arts and spiritual sciences since 2005. It has been a wonderful and adventurous journey of learning, growth and self-transformation. My approach to sensuality, sexuality and spirituality took on a great many forms over the course of the years culminating in expanded awareness about these subjects relative to myself and human beings in general.
Holding Bachelor and Master's degrees, in addition to many certifications in healing modalities, I integrate my education, training and experience into my sessions into a balanced offering of of deep relaxation, adventure and inner exploration.
I am a martial arts practitioner and a certified Yoga teacher grounded in the knowledge of Eastern philosophy, Buddhist psychology, and various spiritual traditions, most especially practical alchemical teachings of Tibet, India, China and medieval Europe. These subjects are some of my favorite themes of discussion.
My approach to life is that of always seeking to answer the question of who I am underneath the layers of my mundane personality; why I am here and where I am headed next. In my worldview, these are some of the most important mysteries that we, as individuals, must strive to unlock.
For those who wish to explore further than just relaxation and entertainment in my sessions, I offer deeper work in the domain of Shadow integration combined with elements of sexual exploration.
I do not consider myself to be a materialistic person and value the inner qualities of good heart, authenticity, truthfulness, discipline and wisdom above all else. Money naturally plays an important role, but it always comes second, after my principles. Material things are impermanent, but what remains are precisely those things which are invisible to the eye, but which we have cultivated by choosing how to live and treat others.
I must not fear.
Fear is the mind-killer.
Fear is the little death that brings total obliteration.
I will face my fear.
I will permit it to pass over me and through me.
And when it has gone past I will turn the inner eye to see its path.
Where the fear has gone there will be nothing.
Only I will remain.
-Frank Herbert, Dune