I bid you a warm welcome to my site and my work, and hope that I may be able to assist you in your search for answers to these and other questions that we often ask ourselves…
How do I learn to let go of my fears and anxieties?
How can I bring more being into my life of incessant doing?
How can I deal with the challenges of living in an increasingly complex world?
How can I deal more effectively with challenging relationships?
How do I become more mindful and live more harmoniously?
You are not alone in asking yourself some or all of these questions. These very difficult times we are living through are challenging us on many different levels.
I have been active as a Transpersonal Psychotherapist, Transformational Teacher and Spiritual Activist for over 40 years. My approach to therapy is a holistic one, in that I tend to look not only at your “Issues” but also at your Emotional, Mental, Spiritual and Physical health. Together, we examine the way you live and the Attitudes, Beliefs and Myths that run you.
Whatever specific line of work I am engaging in, my aim is always to help people heal their emotional wounds, work through their traumas, learn to open their hearts and gradually grow their soul life. The more whole we can become as individuals the easier it is to live full, meaningful and alive lives.
I recognise that many of our wounds not only originate from our ancestral and personal histories, but are also the result of our all living in a disfunctional society. This has the effect of often encouraging what is worst about us to flourish, while often not allowing what may be noblest about us to see the light of day.
As times become more dire, I recognise that many more people are in great need of help on many different levels. I also firmly believe that supporting those who are ready to begin flexing their “being-of-service” muscles and become activists working for a healthier world is another very potent way not only to heal themselves, but also to experience more meaning in their lives.
The Oxford Dictionary defines liberation as: ‘the act of setting someone free from slavery, imprisonment or oppression’. Liberation, therefore, has both inner and outer dimensions which are intrinsically inter-related because if we are not free inside ourselves, it will inevitably limit our ability to live a liberated outer life, even if the society we live in is a relatively free one. The same can hold true the other way around as well. Many of us, therefore, need liberating not only…