When I began my journey more than 24 years ago, I never set out to become a spiritual person.
I was just a geek and a gamer and a metal musician.
But at 17 years old I started having profound spiritual experiences after suffering a concussion in an icy parking lot.
Not warm and fuzzy experiences, like feeling peaceful and safe and happy.
Crazy experiences, like the ancient mystics and shamans…
Lucid dreams, out-of-body experiences, strange vision states, formless awareness, nonduality—states that Eastern religions refer to as “enlightenment.”
I never bought into the traditional philosophies. (I never could quit asking questions.)
But the experiences never stopped…
Over the years, I developed a savant-like ability to perceive consciousness as a stream of shifting geometric patterns.
These patterns helped me look past the conflicting beliefs of the old spiritual traditions. And I could see that the sacred experiences of every faith fit together like separate movements in a single symphony.
I could see which practices worked, which didn’t, and why…
How to get from one experience to another…
I could even create new experiences, like composing original melodies from individual notes.
Now, I help people discover these Motions of Consciousness.
To move their awareness with the expression and grace of an artist.
To journey into deeper perspectives.
And turn spirituality into something you do; not something you believe.
So what does that mean?
Basically, if you’re looking for a New Age guru, archaic philosophy, or fluffy platitudes to help you hide from life’s rough edges—I’m not your guy.
If you want a unique and irreverent perspective, ideas you haven’t heard before, and to learn what your consciousness is really capable of—you’re in the right place.
Despite the name, this site isn’t actually about me.
It’s about depth, and freedom, and authenticity.
It’s about finding a family.
An unlikely tribe of rebels, misfits and independent thinkers.
If that sounds like something you want to be a part of, here’s where to start.