The Modern Day Wizard, Andrew Wallas

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The Modern Day Wizard

Disconnection from ourselves is the biggest ailment of our time. Andrew Wallas, a former financial whizz-kid-turned-psychic counsellor, has made it his mission to reconnect us with those parts of ourselves we are running away from. ‘Too often mental health treatment deals with the symptoms and not the root,’ says Wallas, who underwent 13 years of psychotherapy, before becoming one of the most well known spiritual psychotherapists himself.

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