Sage. Conventional and alternative medicine integrator. Seeker and sharer of truth.
I was born in 1963 in Atiquizaya, El Salvador. I am a medical doctor from the Autonomous University of Guadalajara, Mexico in 1986 and I am in service since then. I post-graduated as a general surgeon from the Central University of Venezuela in 1999. I have experience in emergency surgery, shock trauma, and laparoscopic surgery.
My path in the spiritual world begins with a near-death experience in 2017, a heart attack. That experience was wonderful as it turned out to be very healing. Since then I began to study thanatology -the study of death-, I investigated and innovated in neuroscience and found the best references on the study of the soul in Jewish Kabbalah.
Shortly after, in 2018, the sacred medicines completely changed the lives of me and my family members. Since then I have dedicated myself to observing and studying the effects, benefits, and contraindications of entheogenic substances specifically: Ayahuasca, Yopo, Jurema, Bufo Alvarius, Psilocybin, Iboga, and also Kambó.
Today, after years of experience working with natural psychedelics or ancestral plants, I can confirm it; It works in many autoimmune, psychosomatic chronic degenerative diseases such as fibromyalgia, some types of cancer, and depression. It improves the way we relate to each other in our family and work social environment. Currently, I advise a group of independent facilitators, to reduce risks and achieve more benefits with the proper use of these substances. The only absolute contraindication is: "not wanting to change". It seems incredible but even some patients do not want to change, they do not want to stop being sick, and they get benefits from the disease.
I have created the Kintsugi method. I have made multiple trips to many countries as a medical advisor, lecturer, teacher, and as facilitation supervisor. I consider that my humanistic and spiritual vision of health provides a transcendent approach to medicine that allows us to integrate multiple perspectives such as shamanic, allopathic, and naturopathic.