Daniel Roquéo is a Spiritual Teacher and Healer who, through classes, courses, programs, events, and content, has been touching and serving hundreds of thousands of individuals since 2017.
And through the grace of Spirit, Daniel continues to touch and serve individuals from all around the world as they move along The Path to Freedom, waking up and transforming their lives.
So that they may set themselves free from fear, worry, doubt, a sense of lack, scarcity, and separation, from a sense of not being enough.
So that they may set themselves free to be in ever-expanding love, joy, peace, harmony, wholeness, abundance, and beauty.
Find out more about him in the latest MysticMag interview.
Can you explain your spiritual philosophy and the core principles that guide your teaching and healing practice, and how do these principles relate to the concept of freedom?
Certainly. The foundational principle of my philosophy is the concept of oneness. I refer to it as the loving presence, God, spirit, or the universe – it’s all the same. Everything is energy, from the strands of hair on our heads to the stars in the cosmos. This oneness connects us all, and there is a benevolent force at the core of this unity. This force seeks to expand and express itself through creation.
The third principle is that this loving presence is always expressing itself perfectly. Despite our human tendency to judge and doubt, from a higher perspective, everything aligns for the greater good.
These principles are closely linked to the idea of freedom. When we realize that we are not separate from what we desire, that our potential for a better life is already within us, we can experience true freedom. Similar to how an acorn inherently contains the blueprint for a mighty oak tree, we carry the potential for a great and grand life. This means we don’t need to seek external conditions or circumstances to experience peace, abundance, joy, or wholeness. It’s about recognizing that all we need is already within us, and our freedom comes from this realization.
In contrast, many people perceive life as an obstacle course, believing they must push, struggle, compete, and compare themselves to others. This perspective is not freedom; it’s being trapped by mental patterns, fears, doubts, and worries. True freedom is freeing ourselves from these constraints and embracing the inner potential that exists within us.
Can you describe the techniques you use in your healing and spiritual teaching work, and can you provide an example of how these techniques have assisted individuals on their journey to self-realization?
I don’t adhere to any specific technique because my approach is highly intuitive. While much of my work involves teaching classes, I also offer one-on-one sessions.
The key is recognizing that there is only one, and this loving presence is benevolent and always guides us. I tap into what I call the still small voice or intuition, which is an internal guidance system. When individuals share their thoughts or concerns, I often use questions to assist them in releasing attachment to their beliefs, stories, and thought forms.
For instance, I recently spoke with someone navigating a challenging phase of personal expansion. They expressed doubt, asking if they were capable of it. This doubt stemmed from a sense of separation. I used questions to guide them. One of my favorite questions is whether their current choices align with what they wish to experience, such as peace, joy, or freedom. It encourages them to consider their thoughts, fears, doubts, and judgments. These thought forms are nothing but mental projections and stories that have been repeatedly told, either by themselves or others.
Asking questions helps individuals become aware that they are entertaining beliefs that do not serve their desired experience. We often habitually focus on what isn’t working or what we fear, but we can choose to turn our attention towards abundance and positivity. Questions create an opening for this awareness, allowing us to make choices that align with our desired experiences.
In essence, choice is a function of awareness. When we become aware of where we direct our attention and what we allow to influence us, we can make new, conscious choices. This process leads to transformation and healing by breaking free from habitual patterns and historical ways of being.
Can you share a success story of someone you’ve worked with and describe the transformation they experienced?
Certainly, without revealing any personal information, I have many stories to choose from. One recent example involves a successful businessman based in the United States. He had dedicated his life to building a substantial business. From the beginning of our work, he expressed that despite his business’s success, it wasn’t aligned with his soul and heart. He often found himself engaging in activities that didn’t reflect his true values and desired way of living.
Over the course of about a year, he yearned for new experiences but hadn’t taken the step to detach from his lucrative business. In the intricate dance of the universe, when we set intentions and desires but don’t act upon them, life has a way of guiding us toward them, even if it means forcibly releasing that which no longer serves us.
In this individual’s case, his life began to crumble, and he found himself facing uncertainty and turmoil. The business he had built was no longer in his control. It wasn’t going under, but he was effectively being pushed out. Naturally, he felt fear and apprehension about how he would sustain his lifestyle, including paying rent and living the life he had created.
This experience took him through a turbulent and dramatic phase where he even contemplated leaving this world. However, he is now emerging from that challenging space. In our work, two fundamental pillars are critical. The first is trust, which aligns with the three core principles we discussed earlier. The second is what I call “practicing the presence.” It involves observing thought forms and belief systems.
The individual experienced intense fear, worry, and worst-case scenarios. These projections were often centered on an uncertain future that he couldn’t predict. As we know, God, or the loving presence, sources and provides for us eternally. Trusting that ensures we will always have what we need, although it may not always align with our wants. Working closely with this person, he has found a sense of peace and gratitude, despite external conditions remaining the same. His life is in transition, and he’s beginning to understand that this transformation is a blessing. The dissolution of the life he had known is clearing the way for him to become who he truly desires to be, how he wishes to serve, and how he wants to show up in the world.
Nothing external has changed, but everything within him has shifted. The sense of peace and inner alignment has become his guiding light. My work is not primarily about acquiring wealth or material success but about aligning with one’s highest potential and allowing it to unfold. While abundance, health, and happiness may naturally follow, they are secondary outcomes. If someone seeks only material wealth, I may not be the right person to consult.
How do you create a space of inclusiveness and respect for diverse belief systems in your classes and sessions, given the variety of cultural backgrounds and perspectives your students bring?
In the classes and sessions, especially when we have participants from diverse cultural backgrounds and belief systems, we begin by setting a fundamental principle: this space is one of unconditional acceptance. Regardless of our differences, everyone is entitled to their own opinions, but we encourage leaving judgment and ego at the door.
This is not a place for criticism or blame. It’s not even a space to focus on what others are saying or doing. To truly engage in this space, the key is to turn our attention inward, focusing on our own growth and understanding.
I also lead by example, demonstrating inclusivity and acceptance in my role as the facilitator. This sets the tone for everyone to embrace the same principles of acceptance. It ultimately comes down to maintaining a particular vibrational energy in the space, one that naturally sheds judgments and biases. Participants are free to hold their own opinions, but it’s understood that those judgments are to remain personal.
If a situation arises where there’s a divergence in beliefs or perspectives, it’s viewed as a valuable opportunity for open conversation and exploration. This approach helps foster an atmosphere of respect and inclusivity, where the variety of cultural backgrounds and belief systems enrich the overall experience.