The Master believed that a person possesses both the potential to be well and the power to heal; not through some theoretical approach but through his deep union with the truth, with the ontological dimension of all things.
He didn’t limit the human being in its body, feelings and thoughts but saw in each person a magnificent spiritual being that can express the power, will, love and wisdom, to transform his daily life in a life of happiness and creation – and help others do the same.
He was conscious of the unity between himself and others, and that is why he taught spiritual healing not only as a means of healing illnesses of any kind, but above all as a way of life, as a firm position of offer and response to every need with sincere interest and selfless love.
And so he attracted around him people who wanted to be taught and realize his teaching and change their life. They became his disciples and in 1980 the Master founded Omilos Eksipiretiton (Servers’ Society) with the vision of the emergence of the human innate spiritual nature.