Are you a ‘creative’ looking for inspiration, energy, and self-confidence from deep within your own soul?

Fulfil your ultimate destiny and achieve lasting happiness, through producing life-changing, creative work:

Are you a writer, actor, director, producer, teacher, coach, facilitator or someone with a burning desire to express yourself creatively – but who sometimes gets stuck or weighed down by self-doubt, need for validation, loss of inspiration, or ‘lack of time’?

I offer individual mentoring, coaching and workshops for ‘creatives’ looking for inspiration, energy, and self-confidence from deep within their own soul.

Do you ever feel there’s ‘something more’ in you that you can’t quite grab hold of and often end up exhausted and disappointed – even when you’ve given it your best shot?

The muse of fire is one of Shakespeare’s myriad poetic metaphors for the creative life force of the soul, the sonic vibration of all creation, available to all, that flows through many of those we call ‘genius’ – including Mozart, Beethoven, Da Vinci, Michelangelo, and the one known as ‘William Shakespeare’.

In our work together, we will put your destiny, fulfilment and happiness first, and clear away the detritus that limits the infinite supply of creativity that lies within you. Based around the discoveries in my book, Shakespeare’s Revelation, we will work together to apply the wisdom and spiritual principles of Shakespeare in a way individually tailored for you. We will find imaginative, original ways to harness this life force and direct it into fulfilling your power and potential to usher your unique brand of being into illuminating up this harsh world with your bright light.

My ‘muse experience’

For whatever reason, a couple of years ago, I was blessed to have been ‘visited’ by what I can only describe as a ‘muse’ to tell the remarkable story hidden between the lines of Shakespeare’s works for 400 years. I was on fire like never before for months of sleepless nights and feverish days. It took just 6 weeks for the splatterings of the first draft to be staring back at me from the screen. The energy, deeper insights, revelations, and realisations seem to have no end. I call this burgeoning, multi-layered, cream-filled, mille-feuille: ‘Shakespeare’s Revelation – Volume 1’. I have no idea how many more books on this will write themselves with my hands.

On one level this book reveals the forbidden truth behind the myth of the loss of the ‘Holy Grail’, its restoration by the ‘Spiritual Warrior’ (Presumably Jesus the Christ!) and (way, way, way beyond the restrictions of Christian dogma) what this really means for you and me right now – regardless of religion, non-religion, race, colour, or sexual orientation.

On another level the book reveals not only the three core archetypes that breathe such unstoppable life into his key characters, but also the fundamental intention that ignites all his plots and poetry.

For any creative who aspires to learn from a true master the practical way to authentic greatness, these are priceless keys to unlock the limitless well-spring of your soul’s passion, love and beauty.

Relentlessly, mercilessly, brazenly, Shakespeare defies the orthodoxy, and risks his life using poetry, anagrams, homonyms, puns, and many other devices to shake awake the sleeping soul and vanquish the mental-emotional tyrants that imprison the soul and terrorise our inner and outer worlds.

In invisible ink he regenerates the original theology given by the ancient masters deposed by the church, extirpated from our language and thought through centuries of religious tyranny.

I do not pretend to understand how it works…the ‘message’ seems to travel on the vibrational energy of the rhythms and music of the verse – so as the outer story is being seen and heard, the inner story resonates with our soul. And, having said that, there are consistent archetypes, patterns and structures he uses throughout that seem to be essential elements in the unforgettable impact he has on audiences. Elements reminiscent of the 12 stages of the ‘hero’s journey’ – but founded on deep, deep, archetypes and ancient knowing that pre-dates even the Bible! Elements that, say, writers could also employ to add substantial impact and engagement through their sub-text.

Example: just put your traditional religious or secular beliefs or dis-beliefs aside for a second, stretch open your mind and heart really wide as you compare these two lines of verse – one from the New Testament, one from Henry V – and let the muse of fire rush in.

N.B. Remember the back story: After Jesus died, he resurrected, after he resurrected, he ascended, after he ascended, a ‘tempest’ was released upon the disciples as ‘tongues of fire’ that spoke through them AS DOES A MUSE speak through us when we are on fire with love and creativity.

‘And when the day of Pentecost was fully come, they were all with one accord in one place.  And suddenly there came a sound from heaven as of a rushing mighty wind, and it filled all the house where they were sitting.  And there appeared unto them cloven tongues like as of fire, and it sat upon each of them. And they were all filled with the Holy Ghost, and began to speak with other tongues, as the Spirit gave them utterance.’ – Acts 2: 2-4 (KJV)
‘O for a muse of fire that would ascend the brightest heaven of invention.’ – Henry V, Act 1, Scene 1, Line 1

What was Shakespeare really telling us by associating ‘ascend’, ‘heaven’, and ‘invention (creation)’ to introduce his ?

The best way to stretch your mind with Shakespeare’s paradigm-shifting challenges might be to read the book. You can buy it here, now.

Or simply get in touch to receive the free eBook and fix an exploratory conversation to see if there’s a spark. We should know immediately if we have a match or not (no pun intended!).

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