Most people think of me as a teacher. But while my work appears to be teaching, the truth is, it’s mostly not about learning new things – as it is about unlearning old things.
The essence of my work (and the essence of any true enlightened discipline of spiritual development) is about recognizing the true nature of people, to free them from delusions, memes and other limiting beliefs. We’ve been programmed to love myths and mysticism, but these usually lead to dogma, doctrines and superstition – and take us away from real clarity.
A healthy baby who has been nurtured appropriately is the perfect demonstration of prosperity in action. That young being lives in the now, yet at the same time, in anticipation of good things happening to them and for them. It is only as we (un)develop, that we pick up all the baggage most people carry around.
Once your mind is stripped of it’s misconstructions, the whole world around you and your daily life can become the source for your enlightenment.