My name is Sarah Domogala (1978).
Story is medicine. I tell powerful stories as a director, writer, speaker and healer which makes me a modern medicine woman.
Story is medicine.
Simplicity is medicine.
In our hectic world I live my life as simple as possible in an attempting to get rid of the clutter and find ways to listen and find back the medicines we need so much right now.
Water for our tense bodies.
Silence for our cluttered minds.
Peace for our troubled hearts.
The wind for our jumpy thoughts.
The earth for our wild emotions.
Fire for our heavy energy.
Stories for our beautiful souls.
I’m a French/Dutch storyteller who moved to a remote village in the French Pyrenees with my husband and young children searching for a change from the overwhelming life I was making for myself in Amsterdam. I was always in a hurry, full of anxiety and hunted down by the feeling that everything I did could be done better. With all the freedom, wealth and education that my place of birth has provided me I feel my task is to find a way of life that serves us, modern people, better.
Ever since I was a child I knew that when I touch something or somebody with awareness my hands warm up and everything starts to flow : energy, emotion, life, information, the elements. This would scare me and make me feel odd. it was since a couple of years that I learned to feel at home in this special world.
Since I have learned to use this energy from powerful medicine women, I have received Reiki initiations, Nature initiations, MunayKi initiations, as well as shamanic knowledge. My deep intuition, life experience, a strong connection to the spiritual world, crystals, wild herbs, sounds, the elements and the seven directions are what my medicines are made of.
We recently moved to the countryside where I now live with my husband and three young children, while still spending parts of the year in France. Besides individual healing sessions, I write about how to move from fear and stress to deeply trusting yourself and your intuition.
I am not associated with any religion or spiritual movement and I will always advise you to see a doctor or a professional therapist. Although I believe any kind of bodywork is very beneficial complementary to regular treatment and/or therapy.