Included here are three short pieces of writing of a spiritual nature. They contain information that I have sourced energetically, intuitively and through my deep connection to God. While the source is spiritual the content has been made practical. That’s the idea, right? To apply spiritual truth in the physical world, so that it makes our physical experience a more liberating one for every human being and creature on the planet, and for the planet herself. Two of the three pieces provide insight into mysteries that have fascinated humankind for centuries, and the third tells tale of a spontaneous energetic healing I conducted on myself and the lessons it revealed to me.
he Stop in 2020 initiative is, without a doubt, my most ambitious undertaking to date. I’m asking our global community to pause collectively in order to reflect, and reach common ground, on who we are, what we stand for and what, if anything, are the things we hold ‘even’ more sacred than business, economics and progress. What is it that makes us human? What are we talking about when we speak of our humanity? Are those things we want to preserve – or do we want to eradicate them? And perhaps most importantly, what, in truth, are the things that are life-giving to humanity and the planet? And what are the things that drain us of our precious life force. When we as human beings are burned out and falling apart, we can take a break in order to rejuvenate. Our planet will never have such an opportunity, unless we provide it for her. STOP in 2020 invites our world to slow down, and in doing so investigate just how sacred we hold our planet and our humanity, and to decide whether or not we are prepared to do what it takes to honour our world as such.
What follows is a collection of papers I have written on the nature of God and our relationship with him. As always, I ask those reading not to become too attached to the use of the word God, or the pronoun he. The concepts, ideas and principles within this collection of writings are sourced in God’s wisdom and the wisdom of the earth. They are written from the perspective of the one body we all belong to. A body which relies on us to behave a certain way, in order for it to feel at peace. The papers examine our world from the perspective of its needs, as opposed to ours. In doing so it puts forward a very practical and genuine case for the existence of God. He really wants to be known right now. More than ever. And in his greatest hour of need.