About Cristóbal Jodorowsky
Cristóbal Jodorowsky Trumblay (Mexico City, 1965), is a psychochaman, a psychomagist, a poet, a painter, a writer, a filmmaker, a theatrical creator and, above all, a human being with a plentiful therapeutic, artistic and spiritual path behind him. He has studied psychotherapy and energy therapies in Paris. As a child, he received lessons from healers, spiritists and shamans, such as the famous Mexican healer Pachita, in a vital journey where he was accompanied by the most unprecedented beings. He has trained with healers in Mexico, Chile, Peru, Colombia, Venezuela, Indonesia, the Philippines, and India, expanding the therapeutic techniques of psycho-shamanism and creating the psycho-ritual, where ancestral knowledge meets today’s thinking.
For more than twenty years he worked as an assistant to his father, Alejandro Jodorowsky, with whom he has carried out an intense work of genealogical healing. With him he learned the reading of the Tarot and the techniques of initiatory massage, he was also the one who transmitted psychomagy and psychochamanism.
Cristóbal was trained in Marcel Marceau’s Mimodrama school, in the Stanislavski technique, and in workshops at the Grotowski Laboratory Theater. His histrionic training continued in the Acteur Studio by John Strasberg in Paris. He was the main actor in the Theater of Silence, in Aurillac, France, for five years. He also developed as a contemporary dance dancer in the French Company L’Estampe. He played “Fénix”, the protagonist in the cult film “Santa Sangre” (1985), by Alejandro Jodorowsky. He currently lives in Paris and teaches workshops and conferences in several European and Latin American countries. His work as a painter has been exhibited in numerous individual exhibitions in France and other European countries. His first book, El Collar del Tigre, was published in Spain in 2007, in 2009 in Italy and its publication in France is imminent. The electronic version of his book currently carries more than one hundred thousand downloads.