Are You A Spectator Watching A Violent World You Don’t Want?

We live in a world of watchers not doers.

We’re all spectators in games we don’t realise are creating our world.

Conflict.

Drama.

Tragedy.

Killing.

We watch on our TV screens the kind of world we believe to be a fiction.

But here’s the big negative.

Are we unknowingly creating the real world we didn’t ask for.

That ‘other world’ of other people we passively watch and think “how awful”.

But what we don’t realise is, maybe our watching habits created that world.

Without realising it.

We need to stop it.

We need to realise that what we think is exactly what we get.

The good, the bad and the ugly.

Think about it.

Let’s change our habits.

That alone can change the world.

“With our thoughts we make the world” (Buddha).

Love and Peace.

Neil.

PS. Read my small 104 page book ‘Romancing Your Life & Changing The World’ HERE.

How Can We Change The World (Sustainably)?

I tried to change the world back in the ’70s.
With reverence for Nature.
Sustainably.
It was called Permaculture.
It was a brilliant concept.
To create a permanent, self-sustaining, life-affirming culture.
A culture that respected the land beneath us.
I’ve written a book about this and other sustainable concepts to change the world.
Ideas we can all, individually as well as collectively, use right now.
Get it here.

Permaculture is about working with
rather than against Nature.

Created over 40 years ago by two
academics from the University of Tasmania,
Prof. Bill Mollison and David Holmgren,
today it’s a successful worldwide
phenomenon that’s changing communities
and transforming lives.
Small communities are thriving where
before they were poverty stricken and failing.

Permaculture is greening the planet, a
little at a time, and I hope this social saviour
continues to change the world.

From whole communities to suburban
backyards it’s use of plants and clever design
principles is creating an intelligent solution to
the realistic use of Nature to enhance lives.
For years I’d been reading copies of the
‘Organic Gardening’ Magazine and studying
the principles of organic gardening, no-dig
gardening, chemical-free gardening and other
sustainable self-sufficient ways of living.
Then along came the new Permaculture
and I threw myself into learning about it.
I bought a copy of their new book
‘Permaculture One’.
I was there at their weekend workshop
in the Dandenong Ranges in Victoria where I
sat with other enthusiasts including Professor
Bill Mollison, one of the founders, and the
Deputy Prime Minister, Dr Jim Cairns, who at
that time was leader of the new Down-to Earth
movement and was leading the record anti-Vietnam War protests in Melbourne.
We bought a cottage on an acre of land
near the town of Daylesford fully planning to
create my own Permaculture acre and move
in to live my own self-sustainable life off the grid.

My dream never happened. Then.
For a few years my peaceful cottage in
Victoria’s Central Highlands was my sanity
retreat from the stressful world of advertising
in Melbourne which was heading downhill to
eventual land me bankrupt.
I had to sell my Permaculture dream to
help finance my fast disappearing business.
I never recovered.
Fifty years later I feel the time has arrived to look again.
“The only ethical decision,” said Bill
Mollison,“ is to take responsibility for our own
existence and that of our children.”

Buy my new world-changing book here.

Love and Peace.

Neil.

Trust The Universe, Change The World

Do you get it, understanding the ways of the Universe, I mean?

Until now our idea of the Universe in which we live has been mainly a physical one.

What we see is what we get.

It’s the visible universe that we tend to think of as our universe.

But what if there is another reality of our Universe and that is largely ignored.

Overlooked because we can’t see it or see pictures of it.

An invisible Universe.

A Universe that impacts us all, you and me, even though we can’t see it.

Which is all the more important to us and our lives because, instead of being ‘out there’, rather it’s more like ‘in here’.

Inside us and impacting our real everyday lives.

Like Pinocchio’s Conscience Jiminy Cricket.

Maybe it’s Newton’s Third Law of Motion.

For every action in one direction there’s an equal and opposite reaction.

The Law we know as the Law of Gravity.

Or a broader, less physical Law of Attraction.

Certainly in Quantum Mechanics.

Our reality is only what we see.

And what influences our reality.

But these are only the tip of the iceberg.

But hey, maybe the iceberg metaphor is another one.

What if the iceberg we see is only ten percent of the whole Universe?

Think about it.

What if these are invisible Laws of the Universe that, in their non-physical sense, we really don’t understand.

Or use to our advantage in our everyday lives.

That alone could massively change our world.

Love and Peace.

Neil

PS. Read my non-fiction book ‘Romancing Your Life & Changing The World’ HERE.

Life Can Be A Breeze.

I found a new way to live and it’s a breeze.

Live in harmony with the Universe.

Sound crazy?

Sounds ridiculous?

Believe me, I’ve done it and, without knowing what I was doing, it works.

And I’ve written the book of my discovery.

The whole world talks about it but what do we care.

Until now.

“All the powers in the Universe are already ours,” said Swami Vivekananda, “it is we who have put our hands before our eyes and cry that it is dark.”

I invite you to read my book, the true story of a man who had lost everything, and judge for yourself.

It’s the story of trusting the Universe.

It’s called ‘A True Paranormal Mystery To Change The World.’.

Find it HERE.

Love and Peace.

Neil.

PS order your copy of my other new times a-changing book ‘Romancing Your Life & Changing The World’ HERE.

Have You Ever Been Down And Out?

Are you disappointed with life?

Have you been struck a cruel blow?

Are you struggling to survive?

Do you feel your life has failed you?

This was how I felt when my life crashed and burned.

I was bankrupt.

I thought my life was over.

Then I came across this quote:

“Only at the bottom can you decide whether to live or die.”

I decided to live.

What about you?

Do you want to live or die?

I had decided to live.

But I had nothing.

I was at the bottom.

How can I live with nothing?

Alone and homeless.

I moved to the country and lived in an old caravan for the next five years.

With nothing.

People started to care for me.

I became involved in the town’s community.

I was alive.

Maybe for the first time in my life.

All the while feeling like a leaf in the wind.

Free and being blown wherever the wind took me.

Going with the flow.

Not forcing things.

Anything.

And the wind opened me to experiences I never imagined I would have living a ‘normal’ city life.

I was alone and free.

I had let go and allowed the Universe to take over.

Was this a new way to live.

Trusting something I didn’t understand?

Was I finally trusting the Universe?

Was my life’s disaster turning into a new way to live?

Trusting?

Going with the flow?

Small miracles started to happen.

I can see now that the Universe had taken over.

You too?

I’ve written everything that happened for you to read and learn from.

It’s here.

Because I’m a writer I have managed to craft a fun book that’s easy to read.

I still have nothing but, in spite of that, I’m leading an amazing life.

Read my book and let’s change the world together.

Quietly.

Love and Peace.

Neil.