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Acceptance: What Do You Want?

“Start by doing what’s necessary; then do what’s possible; and suddenly you are doing the impossible.” Francis of Assisi Acceptance is a radical transformation for many because of the years of servitude to others without awareness. Our programs we have learnt from a critical period in life is from preconception of the egg through the …

Widower and Single parent video series avaliable

Free video series available of OVER 80 minutes commentary by myself on my journey as a widower and single parent. I found some archives, first hand experience and advice help those especially men raising children after death of their spouse.Its been 4 years now and hopefully upload new videos soon to help you understand and …

Acceptance is to allow yourself to be authentic 

“Nobody can hurt me without my permission.” Mahatma Gandhi Permission Permission can evoke strong feelings in our psyche for several reasons. There might be challenges right now in your interpersonal relationships with the different hierarches rule your world. This could be at a subconscious level relating to our previous experiences with the roots back to childhood …

Open mind and hand = Acceptance

“It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it” Aristotle A full mind that never rests cannot reflect on its path or a closed hand cannot receive gifts from the present of life. How we perceive life can be augmented by the brain perception of its …

Searching for the sacred eye

THE NEW ADVENTURES OF THE MUSKETEERS I am started working on a new book which originally was going to be a short story for Christmas but it has to be a novel now. The video will be overview of the story give you a flavour of what to expect. Enjoyed writing my last novel and …

Acceptance is the First Step to Change

Acceptance “We cannot change anything until we accept it. Condemnation does not liberate, it oppresses.” Carl Jung We all want to be accepted by friends, family, and society but the judgements of others and even ourselves is a bitter pill to swallow. This is very emotive perception for many because their identity can be fixed …

What does it reveal?

I’m working on my new project with compassion. I have ideas in my head and done few creative ideas for your personal experience to explore your own concepts of compassion with the use of pictures. We develop concepts with pictures first , enough the pictures and reflect on what it means for you,