by Neale Donald Walsch
After the publication of Con¬versations with God, the ques¬tion that I was asked more often than any other was: “Why you? Why did God pick you?” And, al¬ways, I’ve responded with, “God did not pick me. God picks every¬one. God is speaking to all of us, all the time. READ MORE

The Answer Is Within You
by Dr Michael Beckwith
What happens when you cross a spiritual visionary with a social revolutionary? You get a mind of enlightenment and a heart of compassion named Dr Michael Bernard Beckwith, founder and spiritual director of the Agape International Spiritual Center in Los Angeles. READ MORE

Today Is Yesterday, Tomorrow
I was sitting in a coffee shop with Enza the other day, and just as I looked up I saw a person walking by wearing a T-shirt with a message on it, but could only read the top line: "Today is ..." READ MORE

Being Here, Right Now
by Dr Graham Williams
It’s surprising when you discover how much time we spend lost in our thoughts. Tests have shown that, on average, we are directly in touch with our senses for only about five minutes in every hour. Most of our lives we are thinking about the past, or planning the future. READ MORE

You Cannot End the Story in the Mind
Q: I know that the self I believed myself to be is not real, and yet I continue to suffer … READ MORE

Change Yourself Change Your World
by Don Miguel Ruiz
The author of The Four Agreements reflects on what it takes to change the world―and yourself. READ MORE

Exploring Inner Space
with Dr Graham Williams
Going within is a wonderful and exciting journey. It’s thrilling, ecstatic, blissful and can at times be as turbulent as white water rafting and at others as deeply peaceful as floating in a clear, still ocean.

Discovering the wisdom we were born with
Some people feel that they have to have a big bang enlightenment for it to be real; one second you are normal, and then suddenly it is like we walk through a gate and are awakened never to walk back through that gate again. READ MORE

The Alchemy of Mind Body and Sound
by Miranda Munro
You finally make it home frazzled, tired and in a state sensory overload, perhaps without even recognising it. Your day has been an onslaught of clatter and chatter, bathing you in a constant soup of noise, a barrage of vibrations. READ MORE

Damanhur - A spiritual community
by Dino Dalbello
Damanhur is a Federation of spiritual communities, with its own Constitution, culture, art, music, currency, schools and uses of science and technology. Its citizens are open to sharing their knowledge and research with other groups and cultures of the world, with anyone who is interested in exploring these themes.READ MORE

Music & Mantra
with Dr Graham Williams
Music is the great mantra tradition of our own culture and I’m including in this all the different kinds of music we hear each day – popular, jazz, rock, classical, dance, rap, military and film music. The word music is derived from the word muse which means “to meditate on something”. So music is a form of meditation.

with Dr Graham Williams
Experiencing the deep inner peace which lies at the core of our being is one of the great discoveries of meditation. When people learn to meditate they realise that this doesn’t have to be left to chance, but is something they can learn to do for themselves whenever they choose.

Sadness as a Meditation Leads to Peace and Calm
by Osho
Sadness as a Meditation Sadness can become a very enriching experience. You have to work on it. It is easy to escape from your sadness — and all relationships ordinarily are escapes; one simply goes on avoiding it. And it is always there underneath... the current continues. READ MORE

Where Terrorism Ends
with Alan Cohen
Terrorism is running rampant on the planet because it is running rampant in our minds. We must pluck it from our hearts before we can pluck it from the world. READ MORE

Life, Love & Awakening
by Ben Lee
Much loved singer-songwriter, multiple ARIA Award winner and humanitarian Ben Lee returns to Adelaide in November for a diverse series of events from workshops to lectures and live shows at the WHOLE LIFE EXPO on the 25-27th November 2016.

A Powerful 2-Step Meditation for Inner Peace & Calm
with Gregg Braden
New York Times best-selling author Gregg Braden shares with us a a powerful technique that will allow you to shift from stressed-out to instant inner peace and calm. READ MORE

How We Learn
with Mark Nepo
There was a young man who was eager to learn all he could about life. He was sincere and devoted. Soon after leaving his family, he came upon a baker and became his apprentice. He watched as the baker used a sieve to sift and refine his flour and sugar. READ MORE

Spiritual Tools for Coping with Pain
Q: How can I work with chronic pain? If everything is “perfect as it is,” how could a body be created that does not function perfectly all the time?READ MORE

The Path of your Dreams
I realized that despite the fear and the bruises of life, one has to keep on fighting for one’s dream. As Borges said in his writings “there is no other virtue than being brave”. And one has to understand that being brave is not the absence of fear but rather the strength to keep on going forward despite the fear. READ MORE

You are what you seek
Q: I have been searching for over 20 years, and in that time I have read many great spiritual works and had great teachers. I know that awareness is the only thing that is eternal, however, even after all this time and with this understanding, I have not made the transition from an ego-centered unit to awareness...READ MORE

Compassion is not an act that we do; It is what we are
with Enza Vita
Q: If who we truly are is perfection, then how can there be so much human suffering? I cannot detach myself from the geFnocide, murder, and starvation that exists in our world. Isn’t service and caring about others important? READ MORE

A Meeting with a Mysterious Franciscan Monk
with Leo Drioli
Standing in the grounds of Sacro Monte (Sacred Mountain) a Franciscan monastery in a small town near Stressa in Northern Italy, Enza and I are approached by a young monk who begins to speak openly and directly to us about God, READ MORE

by Enza Vita
Did you know that there are actually four streams in the meditation tradition? They form a complete package containing all the different ways you can apply the skill of meditation. READ MORE

Two Birds of a Feather
How a Song is Birthed

by Leo Drioli
Did you know that there are actually four streams in the meditation tradition? They form a complete package containing all the different ways you can apply the skill of meditation. READ MORE

with Dr Graham Williams
Reason, love and will are ingrained in the fabric of Western culture and they have each taken turns at dominating throughout our history. As well, we all tend to identify with one of these human qualities and then tend to ignore the others, or believe they are not important.

Waking Up from the story of our life
by Enza Vita
I keep reading conflicting advice from spiritual teachers. Some tell us that practice is necessary while others says that it is not. It is all so confusing... READ MORE

Natural Wakefulness - The Wisdom We Were Born With
Q: What happens when someone reaches enlightenment, liberation, realization? A lot of people talk about it, but they don’t define it. READ MORE

Practicing the Lost Art of “Dolce Far Niente"
There’s that old Italian phrase “Il Dolce Far Niente – the Sweetness of Doing Nothing” that comes to mind quite often for me these days. Not to say that I actually do a lot of nothing as most of my days are quite filled with plenty of things to do, but, deeper down below the surface, this ancient practice lures me in, and with it an attitude of not only doing nothing, but being it. READ MORE

Entering Midlife - Let’s Make a Plan
by Marianne Williamson
Q: You call midlife “the age of miracles.” Does realizing the miracles require conscious choice? READ MORE

Ever in God’s hands
One breath and you're Here. This is the natural state. This is the place where we cease diminishing who we are by thinking we are something else ... smaller, bigger, stronger, better, more loving, more pure. READ MORE

Seeing Joy
by Susanne Marie
At the moment I am in Queensland. When I am other than in the Adelaide Hills it gives me the change to step back and assess what is important and what is not. A couple of years ago I wrote about the changing seasons and how it parallels to the changes that occur in our lives. READ MORE

Clearing & Re-adjustments
by Fran Tomlin
This brings up an old theme of mine which is “As you say it, so it is”. It can, to my mind, never be stated enough. Its all about your belief systems. READ MORE

Discovering that which never goes
Q: Sometimes there is clarity and a knowing of what I am. At other times I lose that clarity and I become completely involved in “me.” READ MORE

Be as the Quail in the free fields of spring
You came to me the other night to remind me of the importance of caring and connection. You sat quietly in that precious space of pure being … interbeing. And I sat quietly with you, mostly in silence and stillness. READ MORE

The wisdom of no escape
by Fran Tomlin
If you haven’t heard of, or read, Pema Chodron then I encourage you to do so. Her teachings are easily understood, basic, simple and profound. They get to grips with the real issues that we, as individuals, and as a species deal with in seemingly never ending cycles. READ MORE

There is only one reality and you are that
I recognize that I am awareness, but I don’t truly identify with it yet. What is the shift that needs to take place before I can totally “be” it? READ MORE

The 1st time - Again
You have recorded in both the mainstream and spiritual musical traditions, how do you see yourself as an artist in the world today? For me, true art delivers an experience that transcends logical boundaries. READ MORE

Why Dig a Well to Find the Sky?
Even though I can access awareness, and I do experience its vast, spacious, blissful nature, it never seems to last long before my thoughts begin to intrude again...

by Dr Graham Williams
It’s true that we all get caught up in our thoughts from time to time to the point where we get stressed. It’s also true that our lives tend to be run by the undercurrent of emotions which they generate. And yes, they can drive us completely crazy. But thinking is what we human beings do. It’s what made us the dominant species on this planet. READ MORE

Listening with the Ear of your Heart
See the one you’re with. Do this today if loving them is a challenge for you right now. You know, what isn’t lovable is not that one before you, it’s your image of them that obstructs the truth and beauty of what’s right in front of us.

I Don't Know - A Very Healthy State of Mind
If you know what you know, it’s not very important. >The Knowing we're looking for here is eternal but it never freezes in the mind, it's never fixed.
Once you realize what real Knowing is, you welcome in the mini deaths that upturn and uproot the constructs.


with Dr Graham Williams
Saying that everything has an end seems so obvious that it’s almost naïve. So you would wonder why anyone would bother saying it at all.

Rumi’s Secret The Treasure and the Veil
O travelling pilgrims
Where are you?
Where are you?
The Beloved is right here,
Come ... Come ...

with Dr Graham Williams
There are reasons why the old religions have survived. One is that they hold the stories and memories of a culture, giving it the depth, richness and continuity of its ancestry. Another is that they all have in common an understanding of a path of love.

by Dr Graham Williams
Did you know that there are actually four streams in the meditation tradition? They form a complete package containing all the different ways you can apply the skill of meditation. READ MORE

Walking Meditation
by Thich Nhat Hanh
Non-thinking is an art, and like any art, it requires patience and practice.
Reclaiming your attention and bringing your mind and body back together for even just ten breaths can be very difficult at first. READ MORE


with Dr Graham Williams
There are three completely different ways in which you can use the incredibly versatile tool of meditation, and they have very different goals and outcomes. Firstly, over the last 30 years or so, meditation and mindfulness have been shown to be very valuable complements to therapy when used skilfully and wisely. READ MORE

The God Self
by David Lane
The information that I am about to share with you (as of Aug 2015) has slowly unfolded this year. It has given me a greater understanding of our individual relationship with the Oneness/Creator. This concept is slightly different from others that I am aware of. It excites me and I would like to share it with you. READ MORE

7 Ways A Retreat Will Transform Your Life
by Jayme Barrett
Are you craving adventure, new experiences and fresh energy in your life? Are you tired, uninspired or overwhelmed? Are you in need of healing or time to do whatever your heart desires? If you’re feeling any (or all) of the above, a retreat could be your ticket to happiness and renewal. READ MORE

It’s All sacred
by Leo Drioli
It’s all sacred. When it’s realised that without is within, it’s realised that it’s all made out of the very same fabric of creation or God’s Presence as consciousness. When it’s seen that everything that arises within your consciousness is being created out of the very same living divine Presence … READ MORE