Thursday, 26 September 2019


There’s a new way to be, a new humanity. It’s not new to me but I’m feeling it freshly. I’ve been personifying it steadily since late last century and bringing it to the global community, yet it is still coming to me, ever-more amazingly. It’s reached a zenith of clarity as it tips into universal reality. The rest is history. I’m so happy. 

Like a lotus rises from the mud, so an enlightened species is emerging from the madness. Like a phoenix is born from the ashes, so a transformed consciousness is coming out of the cremated remains. Like the new needs the old to die, so the discontinuous human is surprising itself. 

I’ve written this body of books along the way to usher it all in. Here’s your ticket and your seat. Stand tall and enjoy the whole experience.

Fullness prevails now.

Wednesday, 27 March 2019


I have no words for this but I shall surely share it in due course. The nature of it is that words cannot reach or come from it, and yet words are my predilection and profession.

I am drawn not to speak by the nature and pressure of it and yet the first thing I reach for is the writing. The contradiction is right here as I say that I cannot.

I hereby reach out by reaching in, declare my silence, and teach what I am learning.

I am in transformation.

Monday, 4 March 2019


A hero always hesitates before taking a leap into new life. It is a hero’s business to leap into new life, and yet he hesitates every time, because, for one thing, that’s what heroes do. They wouldn’t be heroes otherwise. It’s part of the package to be drawn to the beyond and to be challenged before saying an irreversible ‘yes’.

If the hero didn’t face new frontiers and feel afraid, there’d be no triumph in the trip, no story in the narrative, and no hero. One must overcome oneself to earn the title, and so one will invariably hesitate before facing one’s fears and heading into the unknown.

The hero may even resist! We are called forward into new adventure that requires someone soulful to live and share it, but that means death of the old life and trust of the uncertainty. This means possible avoidance and certain hesitation by the protagonist before ultimately going for it. 

This hesitation is a sign of intelligence, and part of the process, and the going-for-it has meaning only in context of how much of the old self is overcome en route.

The name of the game is transformation and one never undertakes such a venture without due consideration. The stakes are high and the deal is real. Heroes have to be real.

Heroes have to go for it.