I left school and commenced work at 14 years of age. Worked as crew on the Australian Coast and by the time I was 16 had the good fortune to visit Britain in 1957. Saw lots of war damage but missed the human damage as I was a little too young.
Left the sea at 19 years and wandered from job to job until late 20s when I got married. After many experiences I then worked with a company for about 13 years and eventually became the Marketing Director with 120 employees and a world wide distributor network. Highly dissatisfied with what I was doing I resigned and eventually discovered my desire to learn more about Spirituality. Further down the track I experienced many things that turned me on a path of self discovery. After 6 years travelling around Australia, meeting lots of people, I found that I had accumulated enough knowledge to be of help to many.
People began to request sessions with me just to air their issues and seek some clarity. Eventually these sessions turned into workshops where people could bring their ideas and feeling about life to share and discuss. Rather than go down the Guru route I felt that Facilitating was the way. From all of these workshops grew a book, very simple and basic. I call it the Spiritual Pathways. These days I give the manuscript away to anyone who wants it and allow free distribution. This year (2013)
I reach 74 years and my life now is simple. I see many issues as simple. I also see how I, like many others complicate life and create confusion and unnecessary heart ache for ourselves and their loved ones. Life just IS, we create the bumps in the road.
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a book about attaining spiritual freedom of thought and 21 lessons about vital steps that need to be taken. a book about liberation from fear and delusion bringing about self empowerment and happiness. the 21 lessons of spiritual pathways lead us to a more fulfilling and positive reality. we are defined by our thoughts words and actions. we can break through these limitations to build a new life.
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