Video clip of author talking about the book removed and to be replaced soon with a better, shorter – and scripted! – version

The front cover of the book

eBook now available at the following stores:
(clicking on most of the sites below will take you to the relevant store)
Amazon (Kindles and Kindle apps)
Barnes & Noble (Nooks)
Inktera (formerly page foundry)
Gardners Extended Retail
Baker & Taylor (Blio)
Gardners Extended Retail
Baker & Taylor (Axis 360)

The printed book will be a 10″ x 8″ hard-cover book expected to be out at the end of 2017 or early 2018

  • • Why should we be concerned about spirituality anyway? Isn’t this physical world we occupy more ‘real’ and therefore more relevant? Unfortunately, spirituality is typically seen as the propriety of religion alone and therefore something to be reflected upon only in places of worship once a week or more. Other than that, we focus on…


    May 15

  • • It’s more plausible to consider consciousness as something that arises in the brain. What evidence do you have that consciousness is some vague ‘field’ phenomenon or indeed an "ocean"? Our methodical way of examining the world around us (scientific ‘method’) relies heavily on observation and experiment. This is relatively easy when examining the gross,…


    May 08

  • • Connected to the theme of empowerment, the book examines an alleged practical approach to conflict resolution and reduced crime and violence in the world – the phenomenon called “The Maharishi Effect”. Tell us more about this proposed method of creating more peace in the world? When I first heard about this “effect”, I was…


    May 05

  • The Subject of ‘Evil’ – What should we make of it? In my last post, I referred to the Gospel of Mary Magdalene. I was inspired to read that manuscript after viewing the recent movie ‘Mary Magdalene’. There was another comment made in that Gospel that supports what has been written in ‘Ocean of Self’.…


    April 23

  • The movie "Mary Magdalene" Becca and I recently saw the biblical drama film Mary Magdalene, directed by Garth Davis - the Australian director who also directed the excellent film “Lion”, about a five year-old orphan brought up in Australia who managed in later years to find his biological mother in India. The film inspired me…


    April 13