Alexandra Trippe

Name

Alexandra Trippe

Bio

I am an anthropologist and a healer. For nineteen years I have been practicing naturopathic medicine and healing, studying and learning the healing modalities of cultures around the world. I chose to leave a twelve-year career in accounting to follow the calling of my soul. This led me to create a vocation from my training in healing, transformational education, and anthropology. My research focuses on rites of passage and healing rituals for women and with magic. Currently I am working on research projects using Belly Dance as Individuation and Magic in England and Scotland. I am a passionate traveler, researcher, student, teacher, pioneer and mystic….following the thread that leads to transformation for self, groups, community and society.

Location

Washington DC USA

What draws you to the STIA conference?

I am excited to meet new people and find out about new projects. I am personally and vocationally motivated by transformation. Discovering what people are creating around this in different distinctions and modalities always lights my fire. The feeling of connecting with others, getting to know their authentic voice and watching that transform individuals, relationships, communities and organizations calls me to be a part of this conference. I look forward to meeting you there!

What are you hoping to experience?

Connection, inspiration, partnership, authenticity, oneness, leadership and learning new modalities that contribute wholeness to my research and the lives of those I touch.

What are you most passionate about?

Magic, research, writing, learning, listening, traveling, teaching, partnership, connecting with other cultures, transformation, healing, connecting with others to form relationships that heal, bringing about a new understanding of western mysticism, creating new spiritual pathways and helping others find their own, designing and creating a new form healing for women that connects them with the source of their power, healing relationships between the sexes, being self expressed and helping others authenticity rise to the surface and be expressed in a way that causes transformation….and books! ;)

How do you see transformation occurring from this conference?

I see the attendees connecting, learning from each other and forming partnerships that allow them to leave the conference taking actions that fulfill on their larger visions.

What’s your bigger vision?

Creating transformational courses for women using rites of passage rituals and healing modalities that connect them with the source of their power and cause individuation for the individuals, group, community, gender, and society. Bringing to light magic as a form of western mysticism and creating a new spiritual path through this. Creating and leaving a legacy with both of these that heals seven generations forward and seven generations back.

What needs to happen for you to evaluate this STIA+ experience as a success?

The STIA community is connecting, interacting, creating partnership with each other and having fun doing it!