I've been an author at heart since I received my first typewriter aged twelve and produced my earliest poems and short stories. I'm delighted with my other books on Psychosynthesis and Kabbalah and how well they have done, but my 'inner writer' finds real and deeper pleasure in these fiction books, which are not about something to do, but explore what we may be. In other words, rather than being about things I feel are important, they are about exploring the inner dimensions of life that are neither important nor unimportant but just what is, a world of magick, mystery, excitement and connection.
In fifty years of research and practice I have found Kabbalah and Psychosynthesis to be two of the most effective ways to guide and support personal and spiritual development and to explore the endlessly fascinating subject of being alive. They also point towards the ultimate goal of inner and outer freedom. We are interconnected and interdependent beings, and valuing one's own life and the life of others requires a commitment to act in co-operative and responsible ways. To embrace a spirit of inquiry is to be willing to engage with life as a process of life-long learning.