Tiffany Lazic is a Registered Psychotherapist, Spiritual Director, and Certified Havening Techniques Practitioner, specializing in Spiritual Psychotherapy, with over twenty-five years’ experience in individual, couples, and group therapy.
Tiffany is the author of, The Great Work: Self-Knowledge and Healing Through the Wheel of the Year (Llewellyn Worldwide, May 2015) and The Noble Art: From Shadow to Essence Through the Wheel of the Year (Llewellyn Worldwide, October 2021). She is the originator of Hynni Energy Healing which is outlined in both her books.
In each of her professional capacities, Tiffany is inspired by two ancient axioms: “Know Thyself” and “Carpe Diem”, seeing the healing journey as addressing those elements, aspects, experiences, and beliefs that stop one from living fully.
Work with Tiffany
Do you experience stress, depression, compulsive behaviours, challenging relationships, anxiety, low self-esteem, emptiness, grief, addiction, troubling dreams, lack of vision? Spiritual Psychotherapy can help.
Hynni (pronounced ‘honey’, and Welsh for “energy’) healing provides inner alignment in conjunction with natural cycles with a focus on transforming that which keeps us weighed down into the shining Light of Essence.
Supporting individuals seeking courageous transformation in relationship to Self. Empowering practitioners to weave the art of transmutation into existing practice. Guiding compassionate souls in the task of supporting sacred transition of others.
From Shadow to Essence Through the Wheel of the Year
Self-Knowledge and Healing Through the Wheel of the Year
A Year-Long Journey to Transmute Earthly and Cosmic Energies
Upcoming Online Events
Join our Weekly Online Meditations
Each week our communal times allow us to connect with different aspects of the Divine Feminine and the different Psychopomps across time and cultures, offering a deepening of self-understanding, support for our healing process, and a hand through the dark times.
Tuesdays – 8:00 to 9:00AM EST
The ancient Greeks held to the belief that the purpose of life is to learn to die well. What that implies can lead to a whole range of explorations which often includes incorporating yet another infamous Greek directive, “know thyself”. If one can learn to live from a place of self-knowledge and integrity, one would be able to face one’s end with courage. However, they also seem to have understood the need for valued and stalwart guides at such a time. The ancient Greeks had a specific name for them: psychopomps. Translated as “the guides of souls”, these pathfinders and wayshowers specifically knew the particularities of the passages between the realms, between our world and the Underworld or Otherworld. Though the term itself is Greek in origin, almost every ancient culture had representation of such a guide, indicating just how universally necessary they were considered. So very often, we move towards our end – any end – with dragging feet of trepidation. However, there are hands available that are adept at bridge-building. There are those guides from the times gone by to help us cross the abyss from one way of being into another. The psychopomps have much to share regarding how to approach the threshold, how to journey between the worlds, how to enter the Otherworld, and how to face change with courage, dignity, and grace.
These weekly meditations are intended to introduce a dialogue with many of the cross-cultural psychopomps. Some may seem harsh. Some gentle and kind. Others impenetrable. But each of them has wisdom to impart.
To register via Zoom: https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZwrdOCsqzMiGtVbV-0nY3UX1pG9rAe8Q-Sd
The Soul that rises with us, our life's Star,
Hath had elsewhere its setting,
And cometh from afar:
Not in entire forgetfulness,
And not in utter nakedness,
But trailing clouds of glory do we come."