Lectures and works as a therapist both with children and adults.



Her spiritual background begins in early childhood, when she was initiated into higher states of consciousness, through dreams and visions, giving her the background. Fully determined to find balance in spirituality, she began studying esoteric traditions and different mystical paths to integrate all aspects of becoming and being.





She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, Education and Criminology, with special emphasis in Juvenile Delinquency from The University of South Africa. She completed diplomas in Public Relations, Stress Management and Biotherapy, and spent considerable time at Findhorn Foundation in Scotland, where she obtained a certificate in the Science of Intuition with Carolyn Meiss and Norman Sheally..

She furthered her education with a Post Graduate Certificate in Western Esotericism from the University of Exeter (UK) and then completed a research project in Transpersonal Psychology and Consciousness Studies at the University of Northampton (UK), obtaining her MSc with distinction. Intent on bringing the Transpersonal Perspective to Greece she founded SYNTHESIS, the Hellenic Association for Transpersonal Psychology & Research of which she served as president for four years.. She also directed and coordinated the XVI EUROTAS, ITA & ATP conference in Crete 2014 titled METAMORPHOSIS – Disintegration, Integration, Conscious Living. .

Currently core member of the European Division of Transpersonal Research (EDTR) and doing her PhD in Ancient Greek Music and Myth as a tool for Personal, Professional and Transpersonal Development with Stellenbosch University (SA), Lindy Lydia is certified by EUROTAS (The European Association for Transpersonal Psychology) as a Transpersonal Psychotherapist supervisor.

Lindy Lydia has a blog in the Huffington Post, is author of a number of poems that have won awards and author of an autobiography ‘ A soul’s Journey – The Essence of A spiritual Path Towards the Transpersonal’ recently published by Archive Publishing. Lindy is currently editor of the EUROTAS Newsletter and a book to be published about the conference by Cambridge Scholars. She is Drama Coordinator at an International School in Athens, and developing a project to visit Sacred Sites in Greece.