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The Cosmic Sea
The Buddha Taught
Mani stones, Ladakh
The Kumbha Mela 1856
Dalai Lama

The Voice of The Teacher

From Sydney Goodwill Newsletter – March It is spiritual sensitivity that must be cultivated. Sensitivity to impression involves the engendering of a magnetic aura upon which the highest impression can play. Dear Friends, It’s been said so often that life’s … Continue reading


Heaven on Earth Living in the country I have witnessed many animals come and go. All were my friends. What you realise in their living and passing is that they are more than just animals. They are pure entities that … Continue reading


[portfolio_slideshow exclude=”1044,866″] Deva (or Angel) A God. In Sanskrit a resplendent deity. A Deva is a celestial being, whether good, bad or indifferent. Devas are divided into many groups and are called not only angels and archangels but lesser and … Continue reading

The Cosmic Sea

The Cosmic Sea In love we find each other Sows the seed of infinite kindness The love that you see and feel, is that very you. There is no other It was never created It will always be It will … Continue reading

The Dharma

The Buddha cracked the mystery of human suffering when he realised what he called “the three marks of existence” – three characteristics that apply to all human beings: One, impermanence: nothing on earth endures in its present state forever: everything … Continue reading


“OM MANI PADME HUM” A mantram is a combination of sounds, of words and of phrases that, through virtue of certain rhythmic effects, achieves results that would not be possible apart from them. The most sacred of all the eastern … Continue reading

The Great Unseen Hand

  In the early eighties we travelled to India to film the great Indian festival The Kumbha Mela on the banks of the Ganges River in the state of Hardwar. This extraordinary event is held every twelve years and is … Continue reading


Buddhists always pray that all sentient beings may be free from suffering and attain enlightenment. The practise of discipline, of compassion, the practise of morality is the means, which you recognise as the essential nature of phenomenal existence. When your … Continue reading