After bailing out of the Guru experience I come back into the village centre completely exhausted and promise myself that I need to chill out! I bump into the American photographer and his friend again and Continue reading
Throughout the experience of giving outside the Free Soul Cafe, Kapel very kindly offers me all sorts of drinks to keep me refreshed and offers me a free lunch when I finish. I not once asked him for any of these things. It was through the action of selflessly giving that he naturally felt happy to provide something of his own. Not only was he finding ways to return the gesture but Continue reading
Here I present an inspiring talk on going into the unknown using my personal experience hitch-hiking from Barcelona to Croatia in a business suit to outline life changing events.
I didn’t know it until now, but that single promise I made myself before leaving for Spain drastically changed my entire life.
The past few days have been exploding with possibilities, encouragement and support. One of the scariest things is that it only feels like it’s just the beginning of what’s truly possible. The more I lead with my heart the more overwhelmed I find myself by other people returning the favour. Continue reading
If you knew the world was going to end what would you think about? What would you wish you had done more of? What would you wish you had done less of? How would you spend your final day before darkness?
I woke from a dream last night, I was standing in-front of millions yelling from the depth of my heart to focus on the people not the money. Thankfully the people are realizing this for themselves, together we are lifting the veils that have been placed over our eyes for generations. Together we are finding ways to interpret the world around us as it is, not as the way others want us to interpret it. In a way it’s almost as if the world is realising ‘Santa’ isn’t real. Continue reading
Do you know who they really are? Could you be confident they would say the same thing about you? What is it that separates our real friends from the people who happen to be in our social circles? Where can we find them? How do we keep them? How can we be one?
How much of today have we already done yesterday? How much of our existence has been outsourced to habit? The more of a routine we get into, the less of the world we interpret and the more of the world we assume. Continue reading