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Totalitarian State of Mind
When you work hard to be a spiritual thinker, accepting the rights of others to exist in their own way, respecting the free will clause as set down by your God, it’s very hard to see what kind of a race humanity has become. It would be ridiculous to say that there weren’t millions, ifContinue reading “Totalitarian State of Mind”
As I thought it was – it wasn’t It was the past But I was never real Because I was told things about me that turned out to have nothing to do with me I was told I was the only one everyone else was okay except me Wishful thinking no one else was okayContinue reading “Revelations”
The Myth Buster
Over the course of refining my work and what I offer to clients, I’ve come up with several ideas that define me: Practical SpiritualityDancing StarBridge over troubled waterFollow the Magic And as a public speaker – The Myth Buster What’s in a name? Everything I came up with resonated with an aspect of my work,Continue reading “The Myth Buster”
The Do Something Tour
This was an idea of mine that didn’t really resonate with the colleague I worked with at the time, even though on the occasions we delivered it at an event there were wonderful results. I really miss it. For me it was a powerful evening of inspiration because the audience got to tell you whatContinue reading “The Do Something Tour”
My Child said to me one day… “Daddy there is someone at school who is different?” I said “There is no one at your school who is different.” “But daddy there is, their skin is different to mine.” “It may look different, but it still does the same job, it holds their bodies together andContinue reading “My Child”
I’ve Never Felt so Useful!
A bit about how I travelled from ‘what on earth?’ to practical spiritual teaching, via a few miracles and any number of surprises!
This is one of my favourite poems. I love the fact that you’re sitting there one day and the words are just floating in your mind, making you smile as you write them down. It also neatly describes the day I stopped being scared of the people around me.