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patrizia-vaier-non-esisteRenzo Samaritans interview Patrizia Vaier, with questions collected on the network, which responds on topics dear to her such as Spirituality, Positive Thinking, the Vegetarianism.

Patrizia Vaier non esiste: Intervista di Renzo Samaritani – Ebook Ed. Associazione Internazionale per la Coscienza Spirituale 2015

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Patrizia Vaier®


Life Coaching includes a set of techniques and methodologies dedicated to people who wish to pursue a path of personal growth that is also useful in the professional field, it is dedicated to topics related to the life and existence of the person, for work-related topics and private life choices is often used the term Personal Coaching.

The method Patrizia Vaier® is based on the extreme path of customization, starting from the collection of requirements and setting a goal with regular intervals until they reach the final.

The figure of the Life Coach does not replace the technical counselor, psychologist or psychiatrist and operates in contexts where there are no medical conditions, may intervene in support, and assist the work of medical professionals, only in close collaboration with them.

The Life Coach operates even in situations that require the intervention of urgency, with the Problem Solving, for example before an exam, an important interview or a relational comparison for which you do not feel ready.

The coaching paths have the characteristic of being short, at most 10 or 12 sessions over a period of 4-8 months time and the results remain with the customer throughout life.

Here are some areas where the Life Coach can be a valuable aid in the identification and selection of the solution strategy:

  • Clearly identify personal and professional goals
  • Take stock of their skills
  • Pass from the dream to the project
  • Develop decision-making skills
  • Finding new motivation and the most suitable strategies
  • Improve self-esteem and gain confidence
  • Communicate effectively
  • To better manage relationships with others
  • Manage conflict and anger
  • Improve family relationships
  • Overcoming affective dependencies
  • Orient themselves in study and work
  • Improve their study methods
  • Find a balance between private and professional life
  • Finding the courage to change the course of their lives
  • Improve the quality of life
  • To better address a territorial transfer
  • Switching power supply
  • Problem Solving

Nutrire Corpo e Anima

A message of peace – vegetarian recipes to nourish the body without causing suffering or harm to any living being. Hare Krshna.

Nutrire corpo e anima – Ebook Ed. Associazione Internazionale per la Coscienza Spirituale 2014 – ISBN 9788897040798

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Il Vecchio

[…] My meeting with the old man was a defining turning point in my life. I realised that I needed to stop; I could not continue in my search for freedom because this exhausting search is the greatest slavery of mankind. Our time does not run out. Listening to the calm words issuing forth from that lined face made me think about my life, a life dictated by passion, which enslaved me in the firm but mistaken belief that I was free.

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Il vecchio – Ed. Aline 2009 – ISBN 8887906130



lu-high-res-1051The west is opening up to secular, non-sectarian vegetarianism. Various considerations are driving many people to change their diet, restaurants and shops supplying vegetable-based foods only are springing up, and new medicine is showing a growing awareness of the trend.

According to the United States’ Department of Agriculture, 90% of America’s grain crop is used to feed animals for slaughter. A further important and significant statistic is that it takes sixteen kilos of grain to produce just one kilo of beef. This all goes to show the waste of resources that are needed to carry out intensive farming. Producing more meat means having fewer cereal crops to feed people living in developing countries, and this is without even addressing the issue of pollution: to obtain animal protein requires ten times as much energy as is needed to obtain the same amount of vegetable protein. Research has revealed that if the world’s cultivable land were used to produce vegetarian food, there would be enough food to feed the entire planet. People have been aware of this fact since ancient times, and Pythagoras, Leonardo da Vinci, Rousseau, Benjamin Franklin, Shelley and Tolstoy were just some of the great historical figures who chose to follow a vegetarian diet. Socrates, too, proposed an ideal diet for people living in the city of the future, a diet consisting of wheat and barley flatbread with olives, goat’s cheese, pulses and fig cakes.

As reported by the World Health Organisation, the population in the western world has far exceeded the recommended limit of animal protein consumption, causing serious damage to our health. Protein waste products pose a threat to our kidneys, and the primary source of energy for our body is carbohydrates, not proteins. Those who follow a balanced vegetarian diet benefit from a powerful body and a clear mind. The sporting world boasts some excellent vegetarian athletes. People who consume vegetable-based foods are at much lower risk from cardiovascular diseases, cancer, high blood pressure and diabetes. Farmed animals are subjected to shocking living conditions and are pumped with drugs from birth, including antibiotics, used to combat problems caused by poor hygiene, and growth hormones, which then end up in our bodies. These poisons are compounded by the natural toxic substances released during slaughter, which are a physical symptom of the animal’s suffering and which, in turn, have an effect on us if we ingest them. Their joint collaboration sees the meat industry and the pharmaceutical industry earning thousands of billions every year and the effect of these exorbitant figures is to sideline the dangerous impact that their products have on our health. In the opinion of many experts, given that human physiological characteristics are similar to those of monkeys and quite different from those of carnivorous animals, human beings should be classed not as omnivores but as frugivores, designed, that is, for a diet based on fruits and seeds.

In recent years the west has rediscovered the pleasure and benefit of a diet that excludes foods of animal origin, such as meat. Many movements have come into being in support of vegetarianism, some of them on ethical grounds. Not eating meat is not only a question of health, it is also a question of love: a love of animals, of nature, and of every living being.

It is impossible to remain untouched by the atrocities perpetrated on animals to satisfy a need that is neither primary nor vital for humankind.

The Meaning of life

August 1988. It was a very hot afternoon and I was at home, halfway between sleep and wakefulness, when I got the feeling that something was about to happen that would change the course of my life. The sound of the doorbell brought me back to reality and, still tired, I got up to go and answer the door, slightly annoyed to have my train of thought interrupted. Standing there in front of me was a boy in a white robe. His head was shaved apart from a tuft of hair, which brought a smile to my lips, and his movements were slowed by the heat. He was laden with books and asked me if I would look over one or two of them with him. I invited him inside and offered him a cool drink of water.
It was only afterwards that I found out he was a celibate student known as a Brahmachari, and that his tuft of hair was a sikha; nor was it until much later on that I realised that it was this meeting with him that would change the path of my life. The name he is now known by is Shuba Krishna. He left me some books and told me to read them. As we said goodbye I didn’t think I would ever see him again. I didn’t know his name or where he lived; all I knew what that his serenity and the peace that his words and attitude inspired in me were enough to make me try to understand.

I read the books. The lines of text that flowed before my eyes captured my interest and I felt a desire to know about what seemed such a remote world. The very pages themselves exuded a scent that filled me with peace. After exactly one year, the Brahmachari visited me again, bringing with him a number of gifts from India, including some hand-painted canvases and the most delicious biscuits. He explained to me that he had made these biscuits himself and that they contained no ingredient that had ever caused a living being to suffer. He left me some more books and took his leave. His annual visits to my home continued for many more years and each time many subjects would be left hanging. My thirst for knowledge was immense.

I persevered with my studies, my interest never waning. I began to chant the Holy Name, embraced the Vaishnava faith, studied the Bhagavad Gita, became a follower of Krishna and began enthusiastically to spread the notion of religious and secular vegetarianism as though I were on a mission. I was initiated by Sri Srimad Bhaktivedanta Narayana Gosvami Maharaja and took the name Lalita Priya.
Today, after more than twenty years, I still promote the philosophy of positivism. Drawing on its eastern foundations, I teach people to get the best out of themselves and out of others, and to find the positive aspect of any situation, using a methodological approach that can be adopted either on the premise of faith or on the assumption of intelligence and a secular openness to optimism. This is my meaning of life. Each day I wage a conscious and peaceful war to win respect for every living being and to promote the spread of vegetarianism.

Hare Krshna
Lalita Priya

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Patrizia Vaier

I have always found religions and schools of thought that move the masses to be a source of interest and fascination. I have studied the major sacred texts and dwelt at length on the anthropology of religions, focusing in particular on eastern peace philosophies and the syncretisms of the post 1900 period. I have taught one-to-one and group courses in which the principal theme is peace, understood as inner peace. Individuals must achieve their own physical and psychological wellbeing through a positive attitude and through constant practice, thereby eliminating the restraints that hamper their progress in the various fields and manifold stages of human life, understood as an earthly passage.

    Studies and areas of Expertise

    Philosophy of Religions and Eastern Philosophies of Peace

    Human Trainer School

    • Hinduism
    • Christianity
    • Secular Vegetarianism and Religious Vegetarianism
    • Introduction to vegetarianism as a lifestyle
    • New philosophies and thought movements in the western 20th century
    • School of Universal Laws


    • Teaching of Eastern Philosophies of Peace
    • Philosophy of ethical vegetarian thought with secular and/or religious grounds
    • Support to the change of diet with the aid of a doctor nutritionist
    • Ho’oponopono
    • Secular Positivism
    • Universal Laws
    • The secret of the Law of Attraction