My name is Jasna Matjašič. I was born in August 1978. Since 2017, I have been using mostly my spiritual name Sarvavarnadasi.
I am a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine by profession, but my parallel education, persistent search, and experience gathering at home and abroad led me to the path of holistic family counselling.
I have successfully completed various trainings, including Marjan Ogorevc’s school of Karmic Diagnostics, Biorgonomy and some other holistic healing systems. I have successfully completed the full mentoring programme, including the optional method of Group Dynamics, as part of the New School of Natural Healing under the guidance of Beba Splichal. I have successfully completed various trainings, including Marjan Ogorevc’s school of Karmic Diagnostics, Biorgonomy and some other holistic healing systems. I have successfully completed the full mentoring programme, including the optional method of Group Dynamics, as part of the New School of Natural Healing under the guidance of Beba Splichal.
Thus, I am a Natural Healing therapist, Reiki master, Bach’s Flower Essence Therapy consultant, holistic therapist in modern Biotherapy, Karmic and Intuitive Diagnostics, lecturer and more. I am involved in Holistic Family Counselling. My work is based on various natural, body, soul, and spirit friendly methods.
In my work I draw knowledge from traditional, holistic medicines (Chinese, Indian, Mayan, and Tibetan) and use a variety of methods, which I combine intuitively. I use both energetic methods (Reiki, Karmic Diagnostics, Bach’s Flower Essence Therapy, Group Dynamics, Colour Therapy, Integral Biorgonomy, etc.) and those that work primarily on the physical level (Herbalism, Hydrotherapy, Diet Therapy, Aromatherapy, etc.).
I am able to identify the energy of the body and the biofield of the human being, thus exploring the thoughts and behavioural patterns that we try to use to navigate our lives. I help to identify the emotions that are so difficult to control.
Despite combining different methods and other approaches to ensure a healthy and quality life, I am by no means against conventional medicine and its support. I believe that eventually we all find ourselves in a situation where we cannot do otherwise, when it is surely best to use conventional medicine and prescribed pharmaceuticals to help us. However we may relieve the physical symptoms, it is essential that we do not lose sight of the purpose of the situation or illness: the message that life itself brings us — that somewhere we have strayed from our true path of the Soul. That is why I am in favour of cooperation, of conventional medicine and natural healing working hand in hand, of the so-called Complementary Therapies.