About

Who is Lucas Forstmeyer?

 
Lucas Forstmeyer supports people in their growth towards freedom, intimacy and aliveness.
 
His main work revolves around Developmental Trauma and the somatic exploration and integration of Essential States of Being.
 
Lucas studied Philosophy and Psychology, is a trained Coach, Therapist, Bodyworker and has been learning from a Sufi-Teacher for 5 years. His current work consists of leading Sessions and Holistic-Bodywork.org Trainings.

Who am I?

 

I am.
I am who I am.
And I am just starting to become truly me.

 
 

I am on a 10 year inquiry into the nature of being a Human Being.
And what it means to live a fulfilling life as such.

This journey started when I realized I did not know who I am and what being a human actually is.

This journey lead me to turn down a scholarship for the #1 Law-University in Germany and study Philosophy and Psychology.
I quit my developing academic career when it hit me that what I am after is embodied insight, not cognitive understanding.

 
 

I am since exploring Human Nature
and what it takes to live a joyful life. 

  • I have worked as a Coach,
  • Spent a month alone meditating in a forrest,
  • Travelled the world,
  • Lived and travelled with various spiritual teachers,
  • Trained in various disciplines,
  • Lead more than 150 Workshops in 6 different countries,
  • And worked with hundreds of people in Groups or Sessions…

WHAT I HAVE FOUND

 
I have found more beauty, strength and wisdom in myself and other people than I could have ever imagined.

And I have explored depths of pain, hatred, shame and fear of life in myself that I never knew existed.

It has given me freedom, joy and hope. And I am continuously humbled by my own darkness and all the patterns I have to hide it.

WHAT I HAVE FOUND

 
I have found more beauty, strength and wisdom in myself and other people than I could have ever imagined.

And I have explored depths of pain, hatred, shame and fear of life in myself that I never knew existed.

It has given me freedom, joy and hope. And I am continuously humbled by my own darkness and all the patterns I have to hide it.