• 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

  • The Meaning Of Higher Consciousness: Why Is It Important?

    Every so often, I get asked by someone if I would help someone they know who is struggling but adamant they are not open to a spiritual approach.  There are those who have been struggling for years, yet unwilling to explore a different way of finding a way out.  They seem to think that spirituality is impractical and that they only want “practical” help.  They belief that if they ‘go spiritual’ they would ignore their problems and then their problems would escalate – and they would end up losing everything else they have.  What they fail to see is that … Keep reading

  • How To Get Unstuck NOW By Tapping Into Your Spiritual Truth

    During meditation a few days ago, I had a vision that left a profound impression on me.  I saw a small, pitiful creature lying on its side on the ground.  It looked a bit like a newborn puppy – hairless, pale, eyes barely opened, and as though it was born deformed such that it struggled to even stand up on its legs.  But what struck me wasn’t its physical helplessness.  I could see through into the creature’s inner world of mental anguish.  It was trapped in a state of suffering, capable only of repeating a series of debilitating thoughts that … 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