The Path

The true “spiritual” path is a movement into truth, it always has been. How deep does it go? How deep do we go? What is the true nature of our relationship to life? everything here seems to have a purpose when it is in balance. When one looks at the forest one sees that everything … More The Path

Truth Embodiment

You may have noticed, or begun to notice the three main dimensions of truth realization. They are the truth of the head as basic space, the truth of the heart as the one being and the truth of the gut as authority – truth embodied and brought down in earthly form. The truth of the … More Truth Embodiment

The Alchemy of Soul

If there is no contact with the essence, the cycles of samsara will play out infinitely and mechanically until one comes to realise this essence. Life is deeply holographic, deeply multi dimensional, deeply bendable as anyone who has meditated deeply or taken psychedelics or just had a mystical experience will tell you. Matter and its … More The Alchemy of Soul


Impermanence is one of the core teachings of Buddhism. Everything in the form we know it will die. This is the nature of every phenomenon which arises in reality. This is the source of a great deal of human suffering. We crave something permanent, something solid amidst the constant flux of life. Much of our … More Impermanence

Open Mindedness

I cannot stress how important and illuminating it has been for me to open my mind and free myself from its tight rigidity. The rigidity is inherited through a mass consensual reality which when looked at in any real sense begins to completely fall apart. It ultimately comes down to this. Nobody knows what the … More Open Mindedness


OK so… The first and perhaps only rule of relaxation is… Relaxation cannot be forced. This is the antithesis of true relaxation. Relaxation is to completely allow yourself to sink into being. With no objectives. No ideas. No past or future. No worries. No-thing. Everything must be allowed to drop in order for true relaxation … More Relaxation


Will is a very useful thing to develop. If you don’t have will you are like a fish, floating down river, drifting on currents, moving through life by a series of accidents. Will is like the salmon swimming upriver, leaping up waterfalls. Can you imagine how much force must be generated over a fairly long … More Will