A Little Bit of Knowledge

In this week’s podcast I talk about the dangers of superficial learning and the benefits of the ‘Classical’ method of education that has been all but lost in today’s society. I talk about ancient civilisations, human origins and climate change as a way to demonstrate our penchant for drinking only “shallow draughts”. Delving deeply into topics that we believe are ‘a done deal’ is a foolproof way to exercise and transform our minds. Will you take up this week’s challenge to investigate the opposing side of an argument you are 100% sure of?

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World of Nouns

In this week’s podcast I talk about the importance and power of symbols, from corporate brands to spiritual images. We are influenced by these symbols from birth, yet we are encouraged to view life as a collection of nouns without meaning because we have lost the use of metaphorical language, which formed the worldview of our ancestors.

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Brave New World

I hit the road again in this week’s podcast because being outside and connected to nature brings me more clarity, but why? Once we understand that our own frequency and bio-rhythms need to be in sync with that of the Earth, we can understand why being in nature is so important to our well-being. Not only do we become energised but we learn the lessons that nature has to teach us, the main one being unity.

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Creating Space

In this week’s podcast I talk about freedom without consequences. It sounds like a movie title, doesn’t it? And in a way it is a fairy tale, yet this concept underpins so many of the social movements towards change. We spend so much time trying to change the behaviour of others, either in our personal lives or the collective, because we feel offended or threatened. Yet these feelings come from a deep sense of unworthiness; an unconscious feeling that we all have in common.

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Father Time

In this week’s podcast I talk about the elusive and multi-layered concept of Time. Whether it is the pressure of clock time or the emotions associated with psychological time, we experience time as a construct of either society or our own minds. To escape the confines of time we need to learn to connect to our own timeline and begin to work with “Father Time”; our greatest teacher.

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Change the Channel

This week I look at the evidence for contact with inter-dimensional beings and ask why the subject is often ridiculed. I take a look at the world of channelling, that has become so much a part of the New Age Movement and move on to discuss ways we can become more discerning when seeking information from outside sources, be they cosmic, divine or otherwise.

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The Power of Intention

In this week’s podcast, I ask what part our own beliefs and intentions play in scientific experiments and how the power of intention can help us shape the world at large. With the help of biologist Rupert Sheldrake’s book “The Science Delusion” I talk about the assumptions made by the Materialist paradigm and discuss how the Placebo Effect and the Observer Effect are helping to upgrade this view of the universe.

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Closer to the Truth

I talk this week about those who have sacrificed their lives and freedom to bring us the truth and why it is important to remember them. I talk about various aspects of who many call “The Cabal”, more often referred to as “They” or “The Elite”, so we can start to understand more about how the world really works and detach from the illusion fed to us through the media. Fear and manipulation only control us if we buy into it. So free yourself by detaching from the repetitive drama and focus on some of the more positive initiatives and idea being brought out in the open.

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CommUnity Matters

Join me this week as I talk about the importance of creating our own communities as a way to support each other. I speak about the rural community I live in and how living here has crystallised my sense of purpose in life. We all have a purpose but many have yet to discover it. Some people are simply here to be frequency holders, embodiers of love and compassion, as Eckart Tolle speaks about in his book “A New Earth”.

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