Where your old perceptions end and your new journey begins.
We are here to make you think, here to make you
question – question everything!
“Why is it we have allowed our belief systems to define who we are, when we know nothing about ourselves? Before you begin believing in anything, your priority should be, knowing yourself. ” – Henry G. Noel
The irony about this reality check is, that we all do think we know ourselves. We all believe we know who we are. The fact is we don’t have a clue who we are because we are the product of a lifetime of learning. These learnings turn us into what those who taught us wanted us to be.
This site provides a life-transforming journey of self-renewal, re-identification, and wakening. This journey will turn your world upside-down and inside-out as we take you from your childhood through the present. We’ll delve into why you have been living someone else’s life and never realized it.
The reason behind this site is to guide you in developing a better understanding of yourself and your world, or at least your perceptions of it. You will learn how your perceptions of the world and the perceptions of yourselves are the result of your up-bring and have all been taught to you. How you view yourself and the world has nothing to do with who you are. You have spent your life developing these perceptions, and it will take a concerted effort to change these perceptions if you so choose.
I created this site as a resource for those who are trying to discover who they are and how they can affect change in themselves and the world.
How you perceive the experiences you are having is the total of your upbringing, your learning, and your personal experiences. This learning has led you to the development of the belief systems you use to define yourself and function in this world. Your belief systems are responsible for your perceptions, and your perceptions are responsible for how you see and interpret the world, your life’s experiences, and the way you react to them. Your perceptions are why you have emotional attachments to the experiences you have lived. Why you are fearful of so many things, what fear does to you, why you express emotions the way you do, and why you judge others, all connect to your belief systems, your learnings, and your perceptions.
This transnational journey will not be an easy one and will require you to open your heart to the possibilities. Open your minds to the what ifs and why not’s of our existence. You will come to realize your fears are responsible for your ego. Your ego is responsible for the reactions you demonstrate. Your ego is also the reason you require belief systems through which you learn to hate, discriminate, and judge. It is through this ego-mind that you perceive the world and yourselves.
Your travels through this site will result in your questioning. At first, you will question this site and the information herein. As you delve deeper, you will come to understand the information this site has to offer makes sense. This is when you will begin to question all your learnings and all your belief systems. You will learn that you are the product of your learnings and belief systems, and these learnings and belief systems control your very perceptions of the world you live in (and how you react to these perceptions). To develop an understanding of yourself, you will have to take a good look at your learnings and belief systems and prepare to change (unlearn). Once you have unlearned, you will be free of the myths you define yourself by and will begin to identify why you must begin the process of relearning to discover who you actually are.
It is most vital that you realize none of what created your past is your fault. You are a victim of others projecting their learnings and belief systems on you. However, once you understand this, it does become your responsibility to act on it and change the way you live your life. When we ask questions to seek out answers, it becomes essential we accept the responsibility that comes with finding out these answers.
Change is the most frightening word we know, and the prospect of the experience induces a state of panic. For myself, and most people, “change” has been a challenging exercise. Change requires us to set ego aside and lose the defensive mechanisms we use to justify not changing. Changing elicits stress and an uncomfortable feeling that we have failed (or better yet, we are wrong) and that we are not in control. The very thought of change creates an air of defensive concern, fear, and feeling lost. When we attempt to implement it, ego rears its head in defiance, encouraging us to resist the change. Change requires of us a purposeful commitment of honesty. We will have to be honest with each other, of course, but above everything else, we must be honest with ourselves.
Through the use of live broadcasts, recorded podcasts, written communications, classes, and seminars, I will lay down the approach we will use to accomplish this life-changing task. Much time will be spent in self-reflection, as this is the key to who you think you are. Self-reflection is a humbling experience because you discover why you feel, perceive, blame, act, and react the way you do,
We will begin by doing a life assessment from childhood to the present. The reason for this is to identify the earliest recollection you have of your present learning. Many people can’t remember their childhood, and there are reasons for that. Our purpose is to elicit these memories so we can recognize the learnings and experiences are not of your making. Once accomplished, we can change without fear of ego getting in the way.
“If you can see your path laid out in front of you step by step, you know it’s not your path. Your own path you make with every step you take. That’s why it’s your path.” – Joseph Campbell