“If you lose your wealth, you lose a little. If you lose your health, you lose more. But if you lose your inner peace, you lose everything.”
What’s standing in the way of your inner peace? Maybe I can help you clear the blocks?
Do you have an overactive mind—a gazillion thoughts running riot through your head all day long that won’t leave you in peace for a moment?
Perhaps you’re being held hostage by emotions such as anxiety, fear, self-doubt or depression and don’t know how to shake them off?
Or maybe, despite being outwardly successful, you feel a void inside you that no amount of worldly success ever satisfies? You sense there’s ‘something missing’ in your life but don’t know what it is.
I’ve experienced all of the above and would probably still be trapped inside my own head if I hadn’t been fortunate enough to have had some very wise and conscious teachers over the years—mentors who have themselves walked the path to inner freedom.
Some years ago, when I was training to be a monk, I discovered something about the mind that was literally life-changing— one simple understanding that enabled me to experience more peace than I’d ever known before— something so simple, it’s amazing I hadn’t seen it before (more below).
When you find the key to your own peace, it’s natural to want to share it with others and that’s been my passion for the past 17 years— to help anyone with ears to hear find more inner peace and awaken to a richer, more authentic experience of life.
During my years as a monk, I ran countless meditation retreats. These days, I focus more on helping individuals like yourself through one-to-one coaching.
If you’re feeling overwhelmed by challenging thoughts, feelings and emotions, I will show you a clear pathway to finding more peace, joy and inner freedom.
For years, I thought that I needed to have peaceful thoughts, feelings and emotions in order to experience inner peace. And since this wasn’t my experience a lot of the time, I believed there was something ‘wrong’ with the way I was —something that needed fixing.
After years of trying to fix my mind (a never-ending task), I made an amazing discovery.
I discovered that it’s possible to experiencepeace just as you are right now.
Give me two minutes of your time and I’ll demonstrate this to you.
Your thoughts, feelings and emotions are NOT the root cause of your trouble and unrest.
It’s the way you RELATE TO your mind that’s the real issue.
I’ll help you change your relationship WITH the mind—to relate to your thoughts in a new way that makes ongoing peace possible.
Booking Your Session
Click on the button below to schedule a FREE introductory chat on Skype or Facebook. The first call will last up to half an hour.
On the initial call, we’ll discuss what’s going on for you, the things you’d like to work on and what you’d like to gain from coaching.
I’ll share a little of how I work and what I can offer.
It’s an opportunity to get to know each other a little and to have any questions you may have answered.
What’s The Cost?
Individual sessions cost $80 US (£60 GBP). Sessions generally last 60-75 minutes (I’m pretty relaxed with timekeeping!).
25% discount for multiple sessions (we can go much deeper into the work with further sessions).
A block of 4 sessions costs $240 US (£200 GBP) —to be used up within a 3 month period.
If you’d like to work with me over a longer period, we can discuss costs.
What Happens During A Session?
Sessions are spontaneous. Having also worked as a healer for many years, I’m pretty intuitive when it comes to tuning into the needs of the individual. I have a large toolbox of techniques to work with.
Sessions may be mainly conversational—with advice on dealing with specific thought patterns, emotions or situations.
They may contain guided meditations and focus on ways to be more present and connect more deeply with your true Self (the real source of your peace).
At times, we may simply sit in Silence together.
Anything can happen. It depends on the flow of the session and the needs and wishes of the individual.
I’ve been studying Advaita Vedanta (Indian non-duality teachings) and sitting with modern masters such as Mooji and Lisa Cairns for many years so it’s a topic I’m also happy to dive into.
“I first came across Richard in November 2016. I was so blown away by his articles on meditation, overthinking and peace of mind, that I purchased and read his book “Kick The Thinking Habit” immediately! The results from simply reading this book were mind blowing! I came off the anti- depressants I was on within days of finishing the book. I felt a tremendous sense of freedom, happiness and my mind was so still and quiet. I then booked some one-to-one coaching sessions with Richard and the sense of peace I always felt was tremendous. I came to understand the truth of the thinking mind and the cause of suffering. The changes stuck and I went on to recommend Richard’s books and coaching to all my friends and family.
Richard is incredibly knowledgable and has the most beautiful presence. He is a pleasure to work with and gently holds your hand through the whole process as your understanding deepens, leaving only peace. Thank you Richard, if it weren’t for you, I would still be struggling and living a life of misery.”
Alys P. (Worcs. UK)
“Thank you so much Richard. After our 4 sessions together, I have to report that it has worked! The constant chatter that’s been tormenting me for as long as I can remember has faded way into the background. It’s not gone, but learning how to withdraw my attention and not engage with it has made such a huge difference. I’ve learned so much during these sessions with you. I thank you for your warm heart, your still presence and your humour. I still can’t believe I’ve found a way to stop this damned chatterbox. Beyond relief!”
Grant T. (Perth, UK)
“I found Richard’s articles and books so inspiring, so full of ideas that were new to me that I approached him to be my coach. At the time, I was rigid, judgemental and suffered from wanting to control everything in my life. Now, 9 months later, I can’t believe the changes that have happened. More and more, I am replacing being reactive with being present. I’m learning to let people and situations be as they are. Thanks to Richard’s wonderful wisdom, patience and humour, I now see my mind in a completely different way. I’ve learned to step back from the drama and allow the “little cartoon character” (a helpful image) with all his should’s and shouldn’ts and control issues to do his thing, without me needing to get involved. I know this journey is tough but his guidance is helping me a lot in moving through the obstacles. Thank you Richard.”
Ramesh B. (Chennai, India).