Words are utterances of spirit transmuted into sound through the ethers: This is why they can be so powerful. The most gifted orators changed history through the power of speech; and these days, many politicians use sleight of mouth to mesmerise their audiences into believing in their policies . But when words are used with the right focused intent, i.e. to point energetically towards union (true being); they can open portals inside the mind that lead to profound inspiration and movement of energy resulting in transformation. Any talk that is given in this manner takes on a life of its own since it is the energy and intention behind the words that create the effect.
Some of the talks I offer are:
"The Heart of Yoga"
"The Evolution of Human Consciousness
Time to Meditate"
"Solving the Human Dilemma"
"What do I do Now?"
"How to be a Co-creator"
"Living from the Inside Out"
"Letting down your Guard"
"Who Am I?"
"The Art of Integration"
"How to Get Off the Treadmill"
"What is the Divine Feminine?"
"Finding your Life's Purpose"
...And more. If there is something you would like to hear about that is not on my list I am happy to consider suggestions.
On a one to one level, the power of directed, intentional speech can have an even more potent effect: This is the purpose of verbal coaching. As part of a programme and combined with sessions in Yoga and healing, the words become anchored into the psyche and flower into wisdom at the appropriate time. I call the technique of implanting energetic words and phrases into the mind 'seeding' or 'imprinting'.
The practice of sowing seeds is never wasted as seeds will always eventually sprout. The process is not so much dependent on time dependent as on conditions in which the seeds can sprout and then flourish into flowers finally bearing the fruit of wisdom.
Spiritual Coaching sessions are potent and precise and reveal the heart of the matter quickly. If you feel ready to make a commitment to finding and working with your own truth, contact me.
This book is for anyone who is interested in learning about the miraculous rejuvenating and healing power of the breath. It is an informative guide to a series of simple breath exercises and a basic introduction to Pranayama. Breathing exercises can be helpful to you whether you have done Yoga Asana or not and are particularly useful if you are a singer, diver, athlete or mother to be.
An comical Om-tastic quest of self recovery through insane investigations of new age therapies; an irreverent soiree of vertical splits amidst cocktails, hairy palmed P.M.T. and levitation in the shopping aisles. Complete with 'how to' exercises. Not for the serious minded or anyone with a remote sense of political correctness.
Sacred Alignment is a unique book written to shed light on an ancient enigma that has been with us for millennia. If you are seeking answers or even guidance to life's deeper dilemmas then it's possible that this book will present a missing piece of one of life's greatest puzzles: How to unite our physical and our spiritual; the practical and mystical; the seen and the unseen and resolve the duality of living these components separately. This book is a collection of discoveries that have come about through both direct experience and the channeling of information during deep meditative states. Originally inspired by Patanjalis 8 limbs of Yoga, Sacred Alignment dares to tie together many threads of ancient knowledge and mold them into a new teaching that is relevant to our current times.
I have been writing poetry since I was 11 years old. Writing poetry is an opportunity to stand aside and let the spirit of creation move through you as a creative channel, which is actually the same with any absorbing creative task. Creativity is one of our true purposes in this earthly life and when we give ourselves over to the creative process, it can provide a great deal of healing to our system.
A lot of my writing points towards the 'unnameable' or pays homage to it. The poetry tends to write itself and my only contribution seems to be to 'allow' what is there to transfer through my brain and into the pen. It can be an extremely meditative process filled with stillness and peace. When it is read with openness it can bring about a profound inner transformation.
Moments I left my watch On the bedside table And didn't go to work that day
Instead I ate strawberries for breakfast Then went out to play With long lost friends
All day long we had no notion Couldn't care less about the world When night came we put our feet in the river And washed our footprints away
"Do you remember me?" Said the man on the bank And offered a crust of bread for the fish
When morning showed another face Only my empty shoes remained ........