A true missionary of modern times, involved at the heart of several humanitarian projects, Kasara is now also vice president and sits on the board of directors of the UCM Teaching & Research Center in Canada, France, Switzerland, Belgium, and India.
Through her books, meditative CDs, and international conferences, Kasara has become an extraordinary example of a new way of living, learning how to be guided by emotional intelligence (EQ) and symbolic language, the coded messages of our dreams, and signs.
After graduating in journalism and communication, Kasara also has earned a certificate of expertise in Dream, Sign & Symbol interpretation (DSSI) from the Universe/City Mikaël (UCM) Teaching & Research Center and became a professor of symbolic language. She now revises the dream interpretation work of several students following this training course, which is very avant-garde with regards to EQ and philosophy. Some of these students are eminent psychologists, psychiatrists, therapists, and professors from several countries.
At the young age of 20, Kasara was so gifted in the understanding of consciousness and the unconscious, gave her first lecture, “How to Understand the New Children?” and full-day workshop, “I’m Sorry”—a tour lasting more than 9 months that included over 90 cities in French-speaking Canada and Europe. At only 22, she was the youngest spiritual teacher in India to participate in this important event that unites scientists, government officials, and all spheres of Indian society.
One year later, she has given lectures and seminars for several years in numerous European countries (more than 70 cities per year), Canada, India, and Vietnam. In October 2015, she was invited to participate in the Global Congress of Spiritual Scientists (GCSS) in India where she achieved phenomenal success.