“Wisdom is not manufactured on demand. It takes time and patient cultivation.”
It’s my privilege to serve
Discovering fully who you are is the adventure of a lifetime. Regardless of how successful we are most of us have a sense that there is more to achieve and that there is untapped potential within us. Knowing what it is and how to realise it is the key to a fulfilling life.
I get to work with clients in 1 of 3 ways
Online Courses & Programs
Expected launch date of online courses autumn 2018. Watch this page for updates.
My workshops and Life Strategies coaching is based on the ancient Dharma model. Get acquainted with it using the interactive graphic below and by reading about previous participants’ experiences.
About the Dharma Model
The 4 Principles of the Dharma Model
Dharma is an ancient model of sustainable and harmonious living. Learn about its four principles with our interactive model on the right.
What participants have said …
“The content was particularly relevant to my life at the time I took the course, which proves that ‘when the student is ready the teacher appears’. …
… I have become more aware of how the Dharma principles work in my daily life. So that when I feel out of balance it is easier to identify what area is causing this, helping me see things clearly. This helps me remove obstacles and makes it easier for me to take the steps to put things right. …Michael’s advice on how to implement the changes has been invaluable.”
Founder of Sacred Earth Training, anniepenny.co.uk
“Michael is a wonderful educator and extremely knowledgeable. He is very calm when he talks. So, the information is easily absorbed…
… Michael’s workshops are well structured. I would recommend his workshops to anyone who wants to know more of the value of life and how you can make a difference to yourself and others. Creating a happier environment for All to live in.”
Body Movement Coach, catherinechevalier.co.uk
Read my Dharma Reflections blog
FROM THE BLOG
My latest thinking …
How does Dharma relate to spiritual life? You talk about making a better world, but I have my doubts.” […]
“Like a hand in a glove. The four stages of team formation map very well to the principles of Dharma.” […]
“What is my truth? Does my truth change over time? Or is there a deeper unchanging truth in me that I haven’t yet discovered?” […]
… if we agree to shed the weight of old patterns that hinder our progressive journey to authentic selfhood. […]
“I’m ready to give it a try. Nothing else is working. I am desperate and feel like I am living in an ash heap.” […]
We can try to fix the outside, but our control is limited, temporary and often illusory. Wisdom tells us that we transform the world when we transform ourselves.” […]
“My values define me. Staying true to my values means not compromising them, even if an opportunity is lucrative. Because of this I’ve been labelled […]
“Tears, fears, blisters, twenty-mile days, cold, heat, sun and rain and iffy food (in places) were some of the hard bits,” she told us with a smile on her face. […]
Jack’s transition to another life left me no choice but to find myself, and it was the wisdom of Dharma that helped make that possible. […]
“Being well. Doing well.”
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