George Krallis

George Krallis

George Krallis studied social-cultural work in the Netherlands with an Intercultural orientation. He has been trained since 1996 in Psychotherapy and Group Empowerment of the Non-Directive Intervention Method and postgraduate training programs on clinical psychopathology and modern diagnostic systems. He has been systematically educated in meditation practice and guiding for ten years at Brahma Kumaris. This non-profit organization offers services aimed at facilitating people to discover their true identity. To eliminate stress, anger, hatred, and other negative traits that cause societal conflict and degrade the individual.

He participates in various community development programs as part of his continuing education and professional involvement. He worked with several Municipalities and NGOs in support programs for specific intercultural groups and prevention programs on substance abuse, social stigma and AIDS, bullying, and domestic violence in the school community. Since 1997, he has been a coordinator in Day Centres for people challenged with mental health issues with the aim of rehabilitation through community linkage.

From 2015 to now, he has worked privately as a psychotherapist and group facilitator. In 2018, he founded the NGO Human Links, which, based on non- violent communication and life values, aims to support and mobilize people tested in mental health and constellation issues through training them in self-help, autonomy, and good relationships with the community. It also empowers the community for well-being by focusing on school, family, work, relationships, natural and urban environments, science, and art. Meditation is a building block in how we approach and develop programs with positive results on individual and group levels. George Krallis facilitates guided meditations with individuals and groups in the Humanlinks and Brahma Kumaris programs. He meditates systematically over 4 hours daily, starting early in the morning.

George Krallis
Social – Intercultural Worker Psychotherapist – Group Facilitator Course instructor and meditation guide Coordinator of NGO Humanlinks

"At Eleusis, one realises, if never before, that there is no salvation in becoming adapted to a world which is crazy. At Eleusis, one becomes adapted to the cosmos. Outwardly Eleusis may seem broken, disintegrated with the crumbled past; actually, Eleusis is still intact and it is we who are broken, dispersed, crumbling to dust. Eleusis lives; lives eternally in the midst of a dying world."
Henry Miller

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