Marie-Pierre Dillenseger identified Time and Space as powerful, cost-effective, yet neglected, key factors to performance early on while deepening her understanding of Jungian synchronicity, ancestor syndrome (A. A. Schutzenberger) and childhood trauma (Alice Miller). But it is a medical diagnosis of “only three months to live” in 1995 that led her to full-time study, evaluation and practice of all aspects of Chinese personal and business assessments techniques. She created PowerSPACES in Paris in 1999. She established her practice in the USA in 2008.
Her expertise combines strong analytical and analogical skills, the understanding of business strategy and an unyielding dedication to individual growth, personal empowerment and life energy. Her specialties include the optimal timing in infertility treatment and the uncovering of hidden loyalties.
She is the author of numerous books and articles, providing accessible, effective and highly applicable insights and pathways to the Art of Vitality. Her annual Chinese New Year Lecture have been drawing crowds since 2001.
She initiated the French arm of the FSRC in 1999, training many practitioners in classical Chinese Feng Shui and Bazi (1999-2012). While no longer associated with this network, she remains available for closed door advanced seminars.
She is the Chair of the Half Crown/Marsh Neighborhood Conservation District Commission in Cambridge, MA (commissioner since October 2013), a Correspondant to Leroy Merlin work group on Habitat, Environment and Health (since 2008). She co-authored “Les Nouvelles Alexandries” in 1994, a book on National Libraries worldwide.
Prior to founding her private practice in Paris in 1999, she had 19 years experience in sales and large scale project management in information technology and multimedia training. She worked for the public and private sectors, in France and in the U.S.A. (Beaubourg Public Library, City of Paris Library Network, Computer Library Systems, Linguistic Systems, MicroMentor).
Marie-Pierre Dillenseger holds a Master Degree in Library Science (Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Bibliothèques, 1984), a Graduate Degree (DEA) in French Literature on the work of Julien Gracq whom she met and had a correspondence with (Lyon II, 1984) and a Library Science Certificate from Simmons College (Boston, 1993). She received the title of Master by Chinese Master Joseph Yu in 2002.