• Breaking the Trauma-Abuse Programme, Once and For All

    At the start of 2021, one of the messages I channeled from Spirit is that we have to break our trauma and abuse programme, once and for all.  It is the biggest blockage to us rising in our Illuminance, restoring our divine template, and waking up to our full powers.

    We all have this programme in our system.  From a higher perspective, it is set up that way so that we can reap the greatest yield, through our path of healing and eventually rediscovering our true innate nature: We are whole, divine perfection, infinitely powerful.

    From a young age, we … Keep reading

  • Are You Committing Prolonged Suicide?

    How To Stop Killing Yourself Slowly, And Expand Your Life Energy & Time

    Most people are committing a kind of ‘prolonged suicide’.  Very few are living life with full joy, with wonder – a joyous anticipation for wonderment.  Instead, they are going through life from a non-conscious programming that progressively depletes their life.  Where their continued life, the remainder of their time of being alive in their physical bodies, is one of decay, deterioration and degeneration – not just of their bodies but their internal as well as external resources – rather than one of ever-blossoming expansion.

    I am not … Keep reading

  • Are You Addicted To Worry, Not-Having and Other Negative States?

    In my work as an addiction therapist, I have helped hundreds of people in overcoming all kinds of addictions.  Usually, when people think of addictions, they think of addiction to drugs, alcohol, sex, pornography, gambling or internet gaming.  But these more commonly known addictions are just the tip of the iceberg, for beneath these conspicuous behaviours lie another kind of addiction: addiction to non-physical things.

    By this, I’m referring to certain emotions or states of being.  The things that can’t be seen on the outside but take place in a person’s inner world.

    This should not be hard to imagine.  … Keep reading

  • Arresting The Cycle: How You Can Take Your Power Back And Avert Crisis

    Nobody likes crises.  Yet most who have survived one would be able to tell you that they gained something valuable from the experience and how it’s made them better persons.  I believe that crises often happen to help steer us back on the path that is aligned with our soul:

    Sometimes, it happens after we’ve failed to see and follow repeated signals that our soul had been giving us; when anything short of a crisis would not get our attention.

    Other times, it happens because the crisis is deemed to be the best way for us to learn specific lessons.Keep reading

  • The Day When Suffering Stopped

    I was in a session with a client at my centre the other day when I witnessed the precise moment when suffering ended.  It was breathtaking.  In that moment, I saw the endless grasping –  the controlling, fixing, righting what’s not right, perfecting what’s imperfect, knowing what’s not known, searching for answers – STOP.

    In my work as an addiction therapist, my job is to lead people to the edge of the door beyond which lies their heart waiting to awaken, and guide them to travel through that door and emerge the other side as their authentic self.

    For most … Keep reading

  • Addiction For Human Drama: Are You Addicted to Stress, Anxiety and Dramas?

    A common scenario when I’m working with a client – whether they are dealing with addictions, eating disorder, weight issues or relationship problems – is listening to how their life has gotten out-of-control and the resulting stress and anxiety they battle with.  They want to get rid of these uncomfortable symptoms, and I understand that.  But sometimes, I notice that the client does not actually want to give up their dramas.  “I just want to have a peaceful life,” they say with a  heavy sigh.  Yet I may sense in them an attachment to living a highly-strung, chaotic life.

    In … Keep reading

  • Unleashing Creativity Without Using Drugs

    There is a belief among many whose profession lies in churning out creative works that drugs enable them to tap into their creative well, that without drugs they could never produce the works that have earned them their professional recognition.  Writers, musicians, artists whose lifestyles involve indulging in too much drugs and alcohol usually find it a huge struggle to give up the substance they’ve become addicted to when they embark on stopping their subtance abuse.  This is the main challenge for every ‘creative type’ individual I have worked with in addiction.

    On a lesser level, even those who are … Keep reading

  • Why People Are Driven To Destroy Themselves

    One of the themes that often come up when dealing with addictions is the tendency for self-destruction – when the drive to use drugs, alcohol or other compulsive activities renders a person unable to stop that behaviour but to spiral faster and faster into destroying himself.  Why do some people seem to have this need to destroy themselves?  What can they do to break out of this obsessive drive that seems to grip them so powerfully?

    Whether a person is dealing with an obsession with drugs, alcohol, money, sex or food, the nature of this obsession is the same.  The … Keep reading

  • Do Not Be Perplexed…. Be In Awe

    I consider myself very privileged to be in a position to facilitate spiritual awakenings for clients who are open to develop their spirituality.  It’s such an honour to be part of someone’s awakening process and so humbling to witness the growth of a soul.  A lot of our clients are highly-accomplished professionals and successful businesspeople who are left-brain dominant; whilst their structured, analytical minds have aided in their professional success, it’s an obstacle when it comes to emotional healing.  Hence, we often spend quite a lot of time breaking through their tendencies to intellectualise the process so that they can … Keep reading

  • How Good Can You Stand?

    Many of my clients with addiction problems have asked why they often drink or use drugs when things are going well for them.  “I can understand if I’d been feeling bad,” they say, “but why is it that when things are good I’d start using again?”  There are many reasons and I am going to offer my views focusing on the aspects which I find particularly interesting.

    Sometimes, we use the excuse of wanting to celebrate to go on a binge and end up abusing ourselves.  This is not what I am addressing; here, the celebratory mood is likely to … Keep reading