Odysseys with Wholeness

Nicola Mary Christensen-Johnson

Archaeological Discoveries

An Odyssey with Wholeness

Based on the first volume of the Odyssey with Wholeness – An Archaeology of the Personality, I invite you to follow my steps in unearthing your own encounters with certain aspects of the human experience.

Using the eight guided meditations, we track down the genesis of their appearance and their specific configuration in your life. The itinerary does not follow the practices in the same order as they are presented in the book. I tune into your questions and the guidance you want to receive, and then intuitively chart the itinerary.

Slowly and tenderly, with the help of those who row us past the deadly voices, we listen and disband the pernicious voices eroding our sense of wholeness and encumbering us with a weighted sense of shame and guilt. We consent to pause and tenderly receive the temptations dwelling in anxiety, attachment issues, grasping and clinging, craving and addictive patterns, and all manners of self-absorption borne from the wounds of rejection, abandonment, betrayal, humiliation and injustice that go with the territory of uncovering the love story threaded throughout our odyssey with wholeness.

Retrieving our own stories always acts as a portal steering us towards the indwelling presence, higher qualities of love, and deep inner transformation by releasing all that is unforgiven in us, and by tenderly scooping up the unloved and unlived aspects of ourselves. During our time together we unreservedly welcome, and embrace, everything that presents itself to us, however distasteful or distressing. This unconditional inclusiveness is key if we are to develop capacities for the detachment, simplicity, nonviolence, forgiveness, and contentment which shepherd us towards wholeness where we inhabit and dwell in our sovereign selfhood, our True Self.

The Eight Guided Practices

Practice 1. Breathing Love

Practice 2. Burning our own fire

Practice 3. Tending to our needs

Practice 4. Befriending our fears

Practice 5. Embracing unworthiness

Practice 6. Opening to the gifts of grief

Practice 7. Restoring the flow of love

Practice 8. Celebrating our sovereign selfhood

Format of Guided Itinerary

Archaeological Discoveries is an itinerary of eight online calls and/or in-person meetings based on the eight guided meditations in An Archaeology of the Personality.

Online calls are done on the videoconferencing platform Zoom. In-person meetings take place in my home on the island of Bornholm in Denmark, or elsewhere if I happen to be travelling and in your area.

The sessions last 60 minutes for the shorter practices and 90 minutes for the longer practices.

The guided itinerary can be done alone or with a companion.

Planning your Guided Itinerary

Let’s start with a complimentary 30-minute call to explore what is calling you towards wholeness. I am interested in listening to the ways I can serve you on your path of spiritual maturity and support you with the archaeological explorations you feel inspired to undertake. Click on the button below: send me your request with a few options as to when we can meet. I’ll get back to you confirming a date and time, and provide you with a generic Zoom link.

After the exploratory call, the guided itinerary is confirmed after payment. I issue you with a personal Zoom link and we then plan the sessions. I highly recommend that we settle for a structured approach providing you with the appropriate accompaniment for your customised odyssey: meeting on the same day and time, and at regular intervals, that is not too spaced out. You choose the day of the week, the time and the frequency: every week, every two weeks, or every three weeks, not more.



Please take some time to read my Terms of service: you will find out more about me and how I work.

You can also look at my Philosophy of Accompaniment which details how I accompany people on their odysseys with wholeness and oneness.


Individual Sessions