“We want you to know that you needn’t suffer and that freedom is possible. We want you to know that true awakening is a very real possibility, and when you’re done with all the dead ends and false starts then maybe you’ll be ready to come to the end of your seeking by discovering the truth of your being.”

– Imogen & Martyn –

Are you ready to wake up?

In the pursuit of lasting happiness some may find themselves on a spiritual path, often for many years, and for many it might seem that the fulfilment they seek is forever ahead of them, forever elusive. It may be that they continue their spiritual practices with a heavy heart, or even abandon spirituality altogether, but all the while the yearning for wholeness and completion persists.

 

Others may rationalise away the spiritual goal of enlightenment, concluding that it was never possible or real in the first place, or they’ll resort to some mentally constructed notions or comforting thoughts, believing this to be the best that can be achieved. But mere psychological or philosophical positions are insufficient substitutes for lasting peace and happiness, and in the end these strategies can never satisfy.

 

If you find yourself here then it’s possible that you’re a well-seasoned ‘seeker’. You’ve read all the books, done all the meditation practices, been to retreats, sat in countless satsangs. Or perhaps you are new to spirituality and are simply drawn to the possibility of a life of openness, acceptance, peace of mind, and natural joy. However you came to be here, we are here for those who are finally ready to be done with ‘seeking’ by discovering the truth of their Being.

 

 

About

As spiritual guides and mentors we each have our own different but complementary flavour of expression and style of pointing that supports the realisation and understanding of the awakened view. We generally hold separate one-on-one sessions but our students often have sessions with each of us and we’ve found this can give a well-rounded and grounding experience.

Imogen

Imogen has a very straightforward, down-to-earth and practical style of teaching and mentoring that is very heart-centered and intuitive based. She focuses on integrating, accepting and embracing all aspects of the human experience, bringing the lofty ideals of ‘spiritual attainment’ back down to a grounded experience of Self. She’s been described as having a quiet, soft and compassionate style that holds space for her students to be as they are, while not being afraid to cut through the crap with a very straight talking, ‘no holds barred’ approach when called for.

Martyn

Martyn helps people discover their true nature and essential freedom as boundless, ever-present awareness. He draws on many years of study and practice in different traditions and teachings, but ultimately shares from his own direct experience of the non-dual nature of reality. Martyn’s approach is spontaneous and natural and his keen discrimination lends itself well to a deep inquiry into the nature of present moment experiencing. Martyn’s approach can be very direct, but always comes from a place of deep compassion and open-heartedness.

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