Vicky Chrisikou

Athens, Greece, Greece

About Vicky


Studied psychology in a Greek School and Psychotherapy and Hypnosis in London. Studied Yoga in Yoga Academy Madras, and Ikebana (flower arrangement) with Ohara School. Experienced in dealing with Social Problems and Social Welfare.

An idea worth spreading

Reminding ourselves of our Spiritual Heritage and our vast Potential in restructuring our reality. Solution to heal the envrionment and implement the dream of Humanity for a Peaceful, Beautiful Prosperous and Healthy World.

I'm passionate about

Spiritual progress and cultivation of virtues

Talk to me about

Saints, Geniouses, worthy people, evnironment, peace, collaboration, spiritual progress

People don't know I'm good at

Cooking yummy vegan meals that can satisfy many tastes...

My TED story

I came to know about TED through the lectures of Sir Ken Robinson

Comments & conversations

Vicky Chrisikou
Posted almost 2 years ago
What is my obligation to society and the world?
Listen to what you are saying Rebecca: "A life long struggle with the feeling are not contributing". There is a part inside you which struggles for your attention to a certain talent of yours which you have left it latent and obscure. This is the part of you that can and will contribute to the alleviation of pain in this world. You see Rebecca, the inner "nagging" occurs for the same reasons the outer nagging occurs.... no response to the real need. You have the need to feel significant through your contribution to a meaningful action towards this direction. Therefore heeding your inner impulses and nuances can reveal to you the potency of the side which has been neglected or suppressed so far on favour of other parts more social and comfortable. Actually in order to contribute to a solution - in whatever field we start by listening/attending/responding to a real need. Therefore find out your passions, and then look out to what field of this world you would like to participate actively. Environmental awareness, women’s causes, children’s causes, men’s issues, animal welfare, old age, schools, NGO’s. What inspires you most and where do you feel passionate and comfortable at the same time. You can have an investigating look in health issues, poverty issues, love issues, relationships, interspecies understanding, peace building etc. One can find things that inspire the mind and the heart. It is important that we find satisfaction in whatever we are doing, since during our contribution we actually contribute to the development of our spiritual awakening. I am saying that we have to honour our little voices and senses since they usually have something valuable to communicate to us in terms of directing our actions to match our talents, potential and inner wishes to make good to the world we are living in.