Authentic Living is not about telling you how you should live, or trying to convince you of anything. It's about discovering what is possible for you through simple tried and tested means, so that you live and move in wholeness, responsively, from the real centre of your life.
Authentic Living is...
Imagine being free to be truly yourself, to be able to live life without masks, while being powerful, responsive, and centred in grace in every situation you find yourself in.
In order to get to know our authentic self, it is helpful to access effective simple human tools so that we begin live from our true centres. We then find ourselves living life much more on our own terms, while being able to move outwards in the world, meeting others in the spirit of real truth. Life becomes ours again.
Our retreats, classes, sharings, counselling, healings, and teachings, exist as a sanctuary and support to encourage anyone wishing to live more authentically, by helping them in their awakening to the joy and beauty of their truest self.
Freedom is in everyone’s heart, it is not an add on, an act of will, it is not an attainment to be achieved, or a 'spiritual' lifestyle you can adopt. Sadly very few people allow themselves to embrace their natural wholeness and inheritance. We strive to live from ideas and beliefs, which have their roots in the familial, cultural, and societal programming we've experienced over the course of our lives. We unquestioningly come to believe these things are who we are, and live in separation from the source of life and each other, this is the root of personal and global suffering. The good news is that, no matter who you are, or what your story is, it is profoundly and nourishingly simple to start living your authentic life here and now.
Meditation, Reflection, Yoga, Healing, Self Realisation and Wholeness are for all people, we welcome everyone, especially if you have been made to feel unwelcome by some of the presentations of the sacred path elsewhere. We are only concerned about life, not lifestyle.