Matthew Stubbs has a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science with a minor in Mathematics. He also has an Associate’s degree in Science and an Associate’s degree in Art. His studies had an emphasis in Political Science and the Social Sciences including Philosophy, Psychology, Ethics, and Sociology. He worked for one of the top four computer consulting firms as a senior consultant.
For a bit more than the past decade, Matthew has lived in a cabin at 9,300 ft. elevation in the Rocky Mountains. There he has continued to enjoy nature, work on his own learning and inner growth, and focused on writing books. His intent for writing is to hopefully pass along any valuable knowledge, pragmatic tools, and wisdom he has attained in order to be of help and service to others.
Matthew was involved in politics and traveled to Washington D.C. twice to lobby on behalf of the world hunger issue. He also traveled twice to a small town in Nicaragua. The first trip was to help build a community health center and the second was to help build a high school.
Matthew was trained in the Loving Relationship Training (LRT) program created by Sondra Ray Leonard. He led emotional release breathwork workshops for over a decade at the Steps to Awareness festival in Telluride Colorado. He is also a level III Reiki practitioner. He practiced the martial art of Aikido for many years.
Raised in the mountainous state of Colorado in the United States, he has enjoyed and learned from spending a great deal of time in nature: climbing 14,000 ft. peaks, backpacking and camping, downhill and cross-country skiing, and he is an avid mountain biker and road cyclist. He has written poetry since the age of fifteen, and recently has been writing songs, which have been composed and produced resulting in a first CD.
“I feel as though I’ve spent the past 50 years doing research and study in order to come up with the content for my books. I knew I wanted to be a writer since I was 13 years old, but first I needed to discover and learn something truly valuable to write about via the best teachers there are–firsthand life experiences and going within. I see writing as a process–only the final step of which is putting words to paper.”–Matthew Stubbs