Kaleidoscope

“It’s easier to fool people than to convince them that they have been fooled.” Mark Twain
In this week’s podcast I talk about Kaleidoscopic Consciousness; a multi-faceted, everychanging lens that we need to activate whenever we are trying to make sense of something.  It is only when you have looked at something from multiple perspective that you can even begin to see the truth. In today’s polarised environment, it is easy to get caught up in narratives that keep us divided against each other, especially when our emotions are played on by the media.
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Wander into Myths

In this week’s podcast I talk about the personal myths we create to comfort us and why these stories need to be examined when new information becomes available. By looking through the lens of both Christian and Buddhist teachings, I ask if subjective truth and morality is enough to keep us stable during times of need? Or do we need objective truths to stand on in order to make sense of the world and our place in it?
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Love is Blind

In this week’s podcast I ask, Is “love” the answer? Can it save us from psychic attack and manipulation? Will it “beat Trump”, as Marianne Williamson has said? Let us remember that love is blind. It does not help us to discern the truth and that is what spirituality is all about.
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New Dawn

In this week’s podcast I talk about the energy of truth that we can see seeping into so many different areas, bringing light and justice where once there was only corruption and darkness. A new dawn has come and there is no turning back. We have such a supportive and buoyant energy assisting us to become warriors; defenders of truth, protectors of those who need it the most.
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Four Corners

“Every truth has four corners: As a teacher I give you one corner
 and it is for you to find the other three.” Confucius

As we begin a New Year it’s important to reassess, not only our goals, but our premises about life. Are we standing on a solid foundation of truth or a pile of comfortable lies? By reviewing some of the topics from last year using Confucius’ four cornered approach, we will can bring balance to our ideas.
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Broken Spells

In this week’s podcast I talk about the power of hypnosis and the psychology of the group. We are all subject to the power of certain people and ideas, that act like spells on our consciousness. Whether these spells are cast by organisations, or our nearest and dearest, we need to become aware of how to break them and assert our own will by connecting to our personal guidance.

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Naked Truth

In this week’s podcast I talk about spiritual nakedness. The process of stripping yourself down to your core, without any need to cling to beliefs, opinions, teachings, people or plans. A place where you can begin to rebuild your true self without fear.
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The Middle Way

In lieu of an actual reality, we rush to create our own reality. So often, what we want to happen in life is upended by actual events; it’s no wonder we project our truth onto situations that counter our internal narrative. It’s easier than accepting disappointment or acknowledging we may be wrong.

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Presence is your Power

Part podcast, part meditation; this week I speak about love. Not romantic or familial love, but the unconditional love that forms our inner presence. Our presence is not the same as our energy field, which can be affected by the outer reality. Our presence is the core of unconditional love that we all carry within. This is where our power lies. Our presence is our power; our presence is our protection.
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Sleeping Giants

Following on from last week’s podcast on injustice and corruption within our society, I ask why we find it necessary and even preferable, to fall into denial. This state of being thwarts change and allows the darkness to spread like a cancer within us and the collective. Presently, everything we have covered up, buried and denied will begin to awaken, so we need to decide whether to run from, or befriend, these sleeping giants in our unconscious.
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