John responds to a woman who has begun to fear her sexuality when it comes up around others, knowing that her way of controlling it isn’t true.
How do you say “no” to a child in a way that doesn’t feel restrictive and frustrating? John shares the magic of the “no” that is full of “yes” … a clarity that opens a child to its deeper resources of goodness and love.
“You’re naturally coming into what many people spend a lot of time and a lot of money on, without result: profound awakening.” John speaks to a person experiencing the fear and vulnerability of deep, inner change.
The terms of this man’s new relationship feel frustrating and unacceptable to him. Why is it so painful and what can he do? There’s only one way, and John explains.
The feeling of spiritual fulfillment easily flows into a wish to teach or share with others, but what makes a person ready to take such a step?
Being a ‘love team’ sounds so good! But what does it take to be in such profound harmony with another, and how would it change both you and your relationship?
There’s a magical moment right at the tipping point to sleep, where we are being what we really are. John describes how this unpolarized state is the key to the integration of our conscious and subconscious self.
In a meeting in St James’ Church, in the heart of Piccadilly, London, John responds to questions about what we really are and how to live for that in this world. In this conversation, he’s asked how to resolve the conflict between the higher self and the ego.