Stephan Schillinger

https://en.curieuxhasard.com/qui-suis-je

Stephan Schillinger is passionate about spirituality and psychology, he write books and offers personalized support, nourished by more than twenty years of spiritual development, through initiation teachings. and  shamanic, meditation and the young.​

After a first life as a high-level athlete until the age of 21, where he tooks part in world championship, he started a career in finance in 2005. The last two steps were VicePrésident and Relationship Manager at the Crédit Suisse in Basel (CH) and Director of the Richelieu Banque Privée in Strasbourg (until January 2020). 

He has thus supported, for more than twelve years, business leaders and celebrities in their issues related to the management of their wealth and the resulting change of life, but also the necessary “letting go”  for it.

In 2017 he started a profound change of life in order to continue this spiritual quest with more depth, through a long journey (inside and outside) and many experiences around the world: shamanism, altered states of consciousness, meditation, fasting, and sacred plants (Peru, Switzerland, Belgium, Spain, Thailand, Canada).​ In 2020 e.g. he was three months in the Amazon with the Shipibo community.

At the beginning of 2018 he created a Facebook page called “Par un Curieux Hasard”, on which he writes short texts related to personal development and spirituality. It has two years later more than 8 million views and 36,000 subscribers. In 2019, it gave birth to two books of the same name, sold in several thousand copies. A third is published at the end of 2020. The fourth is being written …

He accompanies, individually or collectively, those who are aware of being “on the way”, and who wish to begin the healing of their wounds and trauma, a process of inner evolution, a deep transformation, or simply an exploration of the Self.

“Today, therapist* and writer, I put my different lives (athlete, director, writer, mystic & explorer) for the benefit of a wider audience. Through a therapeutic approach based on listening and benevolence, in the form of individual consultations, workshops and retreats.