Inner Life

I used to think I was like a ‘brick shit house’, without feelings. Then, out of desperation because of the misery I was leaving in my choldren, I found the key to an amazing door. The door was opened partly through dreams, and largely by learning to be nothing and letting Life show me the way. What I found, what I have called the Inner Life, was like ‘What happened in Mexico. It picked me up and shook me. It threw me on the ground and made love to me. Then it left me alone and I cried like a child.’ It was everything, always new, always unexpected and wonderful.

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A Personal View

Finding our Core and Living It Feelings and images arose leading me to the sense that enlightenment in our times is still about evolution. It is about touching that core of potential to find an […]...More

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Breakthrough to Memory

An excerpt from my book Eye Of Dreams “I dreamt I am walking along a cobbled road going slightly down–hill. I know as I dream that I am in Italy. I do not feel a stranger […]...More

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Fear is Another Word for Hope

The way towards freedom from fear was presaged long ago. As is clear in the Four Noble Truths, attachment is suffering because once we feel attached to something, even if we never lose it we […]...More

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Pathless Way

What follows is a quote from my book Yield. Part of it is a quote I used from June Dunlap's book Exploring Inner Space. I quote it all because I believe it sums up our Way. It starts in the middle of June's experience of living through the process of evolution, and ends with a realisation of a great...More

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The Strange Love Affair

Many of us have a strange love affair. It is almost as if, at our birth only a part of us was incarnated, not born with us. It is never expressed through our body and […]...More

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What our Dreams Mean?

Chris: How can we know what our dreams mean? Tony: Interpretation is not really useful if one simple thinks about a dream. You need to enter a dream in some way to find understanding. It is the […]...More

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My Mother’s Funeral

Chris: You told me that when you were at my mother’s funeral something happened to you that was very impressive. What was that? Tony: In describing this I have to say first that I did […]...More

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Death and Love

Chris:  Need that concept of death have the ideas of love attached to it? Tony: No, but that is what I felt. Maybe it is our definition of what we think of as love. Also, […]...More

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Opening Yourself

Chris: How would you describe what happens when you open yourself in that way? Tony: I believe that depends very much upon who you are and what you can tolerate. You can understand this by […]...More

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The Unconscious

Chris: When you mention the unconscious, what do you mean? Tony: Something that has struck me very powerfully over the years is how we as a people relate to what I am calling the unconscious […]...More

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The Spiritual Path

Chris: Enlightenment is usually seen as a fruit of the spiritual path or a spiritual life, so what do you see as the spiritual path? Tony: Lately I have found another way of thinking about […]...More

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A Look at Enlightenment

Chris: So what do you think of people who are considered very enlightened or who have special healing powers that have proved to be valid? Tony: I think they have simply grown a bit more […]...More

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