In 1987, at the age of 20, I embarked on a 20 year long journey which led me to Asia to study with some of the world’s highest ranking masters: His Holiness the Dalai Lama, His Holiness Ajahn Buddhadassa, Lama Zopa Rinpoche, Master Goenka and realised teachers in the Tibetan, Theravadan and Bhutanese traditions of Buddhism.
In order to understand the concepts involved in these teachings, one must undergo hundreds of hours of precise analysis and exploration through the practice of meditation (this is both in daily practise and in regular 10 day retreats in silence, practising for up to 16 hours a day). There is little value in reading a book on these subjects. One must practise them in order to gain an experiential understanding. I learnt the necessity of action in achieving a desired outcome. These principles of self-discovery were the foundation for my subsequent understanding and experience of the structure, nature and working order of human consciousness and, of course, its ultimate purpose.
I am particularly interested in how the principles of creation apply to child development. This led me to gain a teaching qualification in anthroposophy, the study of spiritual science and its application to child development founded by Rudolf Steiner, between 1995 and 1997. In 1998 I was invited to establish the early childhood department at a school in Australia. Once I had finished my two year contract, I returned once more to my central passion, only this time working with groups as well as individuals.
In 1994, I was given permission from a group of advanced masters to conduct spiritual teachings and healings. I started moving away from a specific philosophical approach towards a more integrated, all-encompassing view of our nature and purpose. Working with the masters, I was encouraged to bring through instruction on how to experience our essence as Source, which had long lay dormant in modern man. I started the mentoring work for which I am best known; helping individuals overcome the limitations of their own thinking and teaching them how to better use the creative capacity of thought to realise Oneness. This has a direct impact on the future of our planet and us as a species.
Since that time, I have been mentoring individual clients and teaching small groups through high level coaching. I have set up and run courses for people to learn about and experience human energy field exploration. I have taken every opportunity to become adept in my field. The extent to which I have achieved this is now available to others.
I have the honour of a hundred percent satisfaction rate amongst my clients. However the real reward lies in helping people gain a better understanding of who they are and how to step into a whole new perception of themselves, thus transforming their reality, and that of our society and our planet, permanently.