‘Fall Away’ (a Poem)

Step back Into dreams That have fallen away. Those hopes that held your heart Are calling again: Louder now, A piercing note that cuts through the din.

‘The Dance’ – The Fifth Instalment of Vosloo’s Video Series

Dancing is a metaphor that Vosloo has used a lot, in my experience of working with him. He uses it to describe the balance between many things: rationality and intuition, night and day, “leaders” and “the led”, and the balance of energies and dynamics between people. One strong theme that emerged in this video was…

‘Heart Sparks’ (a Poem and a Painting)

Show her the embers Of a fire you tended long ago When your hand enfolded hers And you reached out to catch a spark. How your eyes danced With the thrill of the game. Show her the tendrils Of finely combed hair That fell across your faces When you spun through whirling leaves And sang…

‘They Hold On’ (a Poem)

They are an eye Glimpsed through twitching curtains Grasping for a freedom They have never found. They are words you may remember As a force that held you back: That called you limited And said, ‘no further can you go Than the wall of your own fears.’ Now your wings unfurl Yet they hold on…

‘You Are Still Here’ (a Poem)

Above the screeching vortex of argument, Songs still shimmer: Heard faintly, through muffling clouds Yet bolder by the day. You still know the horizon. Quiet words of kindness Hum through the restless din. Children call out friends’ names Run through the streets with dogs in tow: The soft pat of paws against stone. And you…

When Atlantis Descended, Humour Guided Us Home (Video)

Today, I published the latest instalment of my video series on the teachings I associate with the Atlantean High Priest Vosloo. Its title is ‘When Atlantis Descended, Humour Guided Us Home’. ☀️ This video explores how, during one point in the Atlantean experience, when corrupt behaviour was setting into the priesthood, Vosloo recommended humour as…

‘The Way You Were’ (a Poem)

There is a promise in her eyes: A word you heard long ago, perhaps, On your night of yearning and tenderness When hope bloomed before your feet And held its breath in the air above.

‘The Importance of Being Humorous’ – a Response to Coronavirus

‘The Importance of Being Humorous’ is the fourth instalment in my series on the teachings I associate with the Atlantean High Priest Vosloo. Given how drastically the world has changed since I made Honouring the Inner Sun, I asked Vosloo whether there was a general message that could be brought through, about how we can…

‘When You Return’ (a Poem)

Remember leaves underfoot: How they crackled and slid Above displaced earth During the autumn of innocence. Remember the warmth of laughter: How it felt to rise to your feet In a much-loved café To embrace an old friend. Remember the wisdom in your elders’ eyes: How their love lifted you In every greeting exchanged, Every…

Rewilding the Earth: a Coronavirus-inspired Message

We are living through an unprecedented time. In light of the ongoing uncertainty and anxiety that has been generated by the coronavirus pandemic, I felt the need to speak. The video below is all about spreading a message of hope. In certain places, the Earth is showing signs of surprisingly rapid recovery from the damage…