JUNE 2013



Jeremy Drayer - Albuquerque / New Mexico

Can you explain what the essence of man is, and what limits him from reflecting all that it represents?


Every human being is above all, a soul, a pure expression of the universe. Once incarnated on earth, he is imbued with a zest for life that represents both his divine essence and that of his individuality, particular to that incarnation. During the course of his life, he uses his unique qualities to expand and to create, for that is his true nature. He is, however, faced with multiple influences, such as his karma, genetic heritage, conditioned environment, and many more factors. When he identifies himself with these influences, he limits himself by fleeing from his fears, by satisfying other superficial desires, which prevents him from fully expressing what he truly is. It’s by learning to perceive each of our limitations as an opportunity for better self-discovery that we develop our true creative potential, and that we draw closer to the divine essence we represent.



Vihan Sudhir - Lucknow / India

In your first book, you talk about deep insights. What do you mean by this?


A deep insight is an impression having an origin other than in thought. It is an observation that is not preceded by intellectual analysis, but is rather a spontaneous perception; one that is not based on the content of our knowledge, and so, is void of opinion and judgment. It’s purely a neutral observation.



Gigi Wilson - Sydney / Australia

What can you tell us about children who are born with a considerably more evolved spiritual consciousness than the average person?


Some souls join the human race with a higher than average level of vibration. They incarnate on this planet embodying unconditional love. Their presence brings about beneficial changes leading to Ascension as a whole. Their mission is far from being easy, but they have the courage to come regardless of the difficulties awaiting them; the lack of respect, conflicting relationships, false interpretations of love, and other factors of the era we live in. These children’s parents, and the environment in which they grow, can assist them in accomplishing their mission. They need our support because they face societies that generally have little comprehension, and who, as of yet, have little means of adhering to these children’s level of evolution.



Linda Rybicki - Cleveland / Ohio

What is your advice on how we can contribute to a better world?


It’s by being and behaving in all sincerity with ourselves that we appeal to what’s just in the hearts and minds of humanity. It’s through our altruistic behaviour and generous deeds that we shed light on the false and unjust. This is how we participate in the purification of this world.