Observe your own life and you’ll probably notice that the larger life we live in has its brilliant way of evoking the sacred  – love, truth, courage, commitment, compassion, forgiveness, faith, surrender.

Text by Leonardo V


Saimi Hoyer; Photography Leonardo V













Image from the private collection of Leonardo Vecchiarelli

Text by Leonardo V
God’s love for us made sure that these two complimentary forms of consciousness, the masculine and feminine, would be bound together throughout eternity. in order to encounter and interact with the spirit world and channel these transcendental energies into this world, We are obsessed with bringing the truth to light.
explore or experience spiritual  evolutionary awakening and share  it especially after my personal experince in coma at 24 years old.



Awakening to our true spiritual nature takes us on a inner journey that leads to the opposite of separation, which is reunion. As you can well imagine, reunion brings with it feelings of love, joy, bliss and ecstasy. At that moment, the soul begins to crave oneness with its Source. Part of this hunger will be satisfied by reunion with our twin. this is when the journey home to our Source begins in earnest.
I desire that each one of you may show the same diligence to have the full assurance of hope until the end…imitators of those who through faith and patience inherited the promises.
Forgetting the things which are behind, and reaching forward to the things which are ahead.




Thanks to Saimi Hoyer o.s. Nousiainen Doughter of  Jyrki Nousiainen &  Soila Komi & Paparazzi Model Management
and all the Finnish Actors, Models,Dancer and the city of  FORTRESS OF  Suomenlinna (  is an inhabited sea fortress built on six islands and which now forms part of the city of Helsinki, the capital of Finland. Suomenlinna is a UNESCO World Heritage site and popular with tourists and locals, who enjoy it as a picturesque picnic site. Originally named Sveaborg (Fortress of Svea), or Viapori as called by Finnish-speaking Finns, it was renamed Suomenlinna (Castle of Finland) in 1918 for patriotic and nationalistic reasons, though it is sometimes known by its original name.