About Lionel

Lionel Gougne is a spiritual teacher and practitioner dedicated to helping people free and fulfil themselves while achieving better health and well-being. He is the founder of the Oneness Practice and Emotional Gates Therapy™ and worked for 14 years as a craniosacral therapist and osteopath (With the lightest touch, the most powerful healing" - Japan Times, 27/5/2006).

His activity started with a successful professional shift from law to healing after graduating from Yale Law School and being an attorney-at-law at a top international law firm in New York. One day, reading the book Somato-Emotional Release by Dr. John Upledger, D.O., he decided to let go of everything to help others "be themselves." He studied craniosacral therapy, somato-emotional release and osteopathy at top institutions in the U.S., France and Japan and opened his own clinic in Tokyo in 2003 and then Berlin in 2010 where he successfully treated many patients, including children and babies. Always searching for better ways to improve health and well-being, he developed in 2014 a self-healing modality called Emotional Gates Therapy™ that enables people to identify and release, by themselves, hidden emotional and subconscious blockages affecting their well-being or at the root of symptoms.

Observing that therapies can only go so far because they only work in duality with its endless flow of tension, issues, "imprints" and past and that they cannot be a substitute for the spiritual work one needs to do for oneself, Lionel developed an original curriculum based on spiritual teachings that few people know, his own discoveries and his 14 year experience as a practitioner. The curriculum empowers people to free and fulfill themselves by connecting directly to the dimension of oneness - a dimension free of all "baggage," limitations and past - and to their spiritual identity therein.

He consults and teaches in London, Geneva, Berlin, Paris, Brussels, Belgrade, Singapore and online. To watch an 8 minute-long interview of Lionel on Serbian TV, in Serbian and English, click here (starts at 0'38 s).