My journey

Born in Athens in 1964, Amalia-Eirini Tzimopoulou undertook theoretical studies at the Institute of International Studies in Geneva (IHEI – Institut de Hautes Études Internationales) and then attended courses in Art History (Faculté des Lettres). During this time, she gained professional experience employed at a firm that organized international exhibitions (Promexpo Blenheim s.a.) and at an art gallery (Galerie Salambo). Upon returning to Greece after nine years in Geneva, she was employed as the personal assistant and interpreter for the Tunisian ambassador in Athens, followed by a position in public relations and communication for a large pharmaceutical company (Lavipharm s.a.), thus setting the foundations of her personality as a citizen of the world. During the course of her life, however, her developed sense of aesthetics and artistic sensitivity led her to interior decorating and ‘art de la table’, which expressed the artist within her and her love for creation and beauty. You can see samples of her work on her personal website:  www.Κ Being a restless and free spirit from a tender age, and believing that an individual can attain completion through the balance of the physical, the emotional, the mental and the spiritual parts of his existence, she delved into a wide range of practices regarding nutrition, internal processes and spiritual development, always centering on the ‘person’. Because of her desire to move forward in life and evolve and her strength to etch her own path, she combined the knowledge and practices of ancient Greece and eastern philosophy, attending numerous seminars on her journey of esoteric quests. She studied at Robert Elias Natjemy’s school of self-knowledge  in Athens. Her qualities as a person, her persistence and the years of inner work she devoted on the path of ‘know thyself’, her talent as a writer, her communicative personality and her need to give are clearly expressed in her vision of a better society, one of essence, values and principles. The same holds true for her effort to help others to understand themselves and find their own happiness. A happiness that depends on no external factor, a happiness that nothing and no one can increase or decrease, a happiness characterized by its perpetual growth.