Transformation Through Knowledge

Life can sneak up on all of us. One moment you are in high school dreaming about the pretty girl or cute boy in your science class and imagining a life of success, happiness and maybe wealth or fame. Then one day you wake up when you’re 30 or 40 and you wonder “what the hell happened?” Maybe you hate your job, or you’re in a relationship that is more of a struggle than a joy. Maybe you’ve gained weight, you may not like yourself much and none of the things you thought you would be doing at this stage in your life seems to have turned out. All those hopes and dreams of youth seem to have faded away and you’re left feeling unsatisfiedunhappy and maybe filled with regrets of not having lived the life you dreamed.

“Life is a moving, breathing thing. We have to be willing to constantly evolve. Perfection is constant transformation”  ~ Nia Peeples

However, this does not have to be the end of the YOUR STORY. This bleak state of existence does not have to be the end of YOUR life story. It can be the beginning of a path towards the life you always wanted to live, and becoming the person you have always known yourself to be.

Whatever your dreams or goals in life, it is possible to transform beyond the shackles of social, occupational, relationship or family pressures which have been holding you back from becoming who you strive to be. The person, the human being, the authentic and perfect “self” that speaks to you from that place deep inside. Although our initial sense of self and identity are formed through our parents, family, nationality, gender, occupation, social status etc, it is still ultimately controlled by our own consciousnessand value/meaning systems. What is important and most valuable or meaningful to us, tends to drive our life goals, sense of purpose and ultimately our identity and sense of self.

Personal transformation can and does have global effects. As we go, so goes the world, for the world is us. The revolution that will save the world is ultimately a personal one.” ~ Marianne Williamson

And this is not about quitting your job, leaving your wife or family or hibernating from the world in a mountain cave. This is about no longer pushing and striving against the world and recognizing that the only real and long lasting change comes from within. Personal transformation begins by reconnecting consciously with what you value most, and then taking that first step towards change – knowledge.

What if you could begin a career helping others to identify, nurture and express their true authentic self? What if you could begin a career helping others to live a life of personal, emotional, psychological well-being and deep harmony? What if you could have a career helping others identify and ultimately nurture, their deepest creative, expressive and passionate voice? What if you could not only learn about the psychology of human consciousness, spirituality and ultimate flourishing in life as part of a course or graduate degree, while also encouraging your own personal transformation?

Transformation literally means going beyond your form.” ~ Wayne Dyer

Well YOU CAN and the field which studies these deeply human aspects of life and wellness, is called Transpersonal Psychology. Taking courses or obtaining a formal education or degree’s in transpersonal psychology is much more than an education, it is a transformational experience as you directly engage with the material and integrate those aspects which resonate most with you, into your own life.


A Jolly Mystic Dude and Old Hippie. At 15 I was introduced to spirituality, shamanic practices and non-ordinary states of consciousness through the writing of Carlos Castaneda. Those teachings and practices not only provided psychological tools to help me survive early childhood abuse, trauma and mental illness, but laid the foundation for a life-long curiosity about spirituality, non-ordinary consciousness and psychedelics. Those early experiences with psychedelics and a transformational near-death experience at 24, solidified my interest in psychology and consciousness to where I began to pursue formal studies at 25. I have an academic background in neuropsychology, applied statistics & research, spirituality, consciousness and transpersonal psychology as well as decades of business technology experience. I hope to combine the wisdom of personal experiences with my education and studies into spirituality, consciousness, transpersonal psychology and technology, in the support of others on their journey’s of healing, wellness, spiritual growth and transformation. I am also hoping to engage with and support major research organizations in spreading awareness of and the science behind, psychedelic medicines.

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