Your Life As A Mystery School

Mystery schools once existed throughout the Ancient World – Greece, Egypt, India, China, South America. These spiritual centres provided a place where students could receive a mystical education by progressing through a series of spiritual trials and initiations. The goal was to provide seekers with the highest levels of spiritual realization – to understand the deep truths of existence, the …

Self Esteem – The Problem Behind All Problems

Self esteem is THE major challenge of our era. It lies at the heart of many of the diverse issues and challenges we face in life. In fact, it is precisely because low self esteem does not seem to be the problem, that it is so very insidious. Many people who suffer from low self esteem attribute their life challenges …

The Search For Meaning

The greatest challenge we face in our lives is the Search for Meaning. What is life really about? What are we really here to do? These are big questions. Nobody can pretend to have the answers for anyone else. As Viktor Frankl once said, it is like asking a Chess Grandmaster what THE best move in the game of Chess …

Developing a Reflective Life In The Midst Of Turmoil

One of the most important things you can do in life is to simply find time for yourself. By this, we don’t mean opting out of society or “spacing out”. Value yourself enough to give yourself time to simply be, without any expectation of goal or result. Paradoxically, by doing this, we can often achieve far more in our externally …

10 Things You Can Do To Produce A Quantum Leap In Your Life Fast

We often hear of small actions that can make a dramatic impact on our lives. Here are ten such things which, if done with determination, will produce a revolution for you physically, mentally, emotionally, spiritually and financially! 1. Drink Pure Water Our bodies are 70% water. Drinking impure water is responsible for many illnesses commonly attributed to other causes. Therefore, …

On Having A Mentor – A Lesson from Alexander The Great

In a recent biography of Alexander the Great, the author, in exploring Alexander’s motivations and driving forces, makes some fascinating observations. It would seem that Alexander was a devoted reader of Homer’s great epic poems, The Odyssey and the Iliad; particularly the latter. The Iliad deals with Ancient Greek ideals of hero, warfare and glory in the context of the …