Author - Miguel Dean

Home in Avalon

So it seems a little odd that amidst a global lockdown when the majority of people are staying put I find myself undergoing what feels like a big and hugely significant move, a transition and a homecoming. It seems a little surreal but never the less here I am! Just before lock down I was in Glastonbury to celebrate the Spring Equinox which was my way of compensating for the change of plan in which I had thought I would...

Three Opportunities and Blessings of Coronavirus Adversity

We live in a world of duality and just as there are two sides to every coin we have the opportunity to view the impact of coronavirus through a positive or negative lens. Both are valid but while it is important not to spiritually bypass and be in denial about the suffering and fear that is now present, I know which lens I choose to look through, with the help of the guidance of my emotional well-being, which gives...

Coronavirus (Another) Wake Up call For Humanity

When I look back over my own personal story I can see clearly that every crises in my life was also an opportunity. It was a kick up the ass to alert me to the reality that I was not living in alignment with Love’s intention for me to realise my highest possible potential. Pain and crises is always a wake up call, a flashing red light and siren to bring our attention to the fact that we need...

The Lover you Seek is Inside You

The world teaches us to acquire, accumulate and strive for love, peace and happiness externally. The next job, the next holiday, the next healing technique; the next partner promises to be the one that will brings us peace, happiness and contentment. The truth is that everything we seek is an attempt to feel union, oneness and a direct experience of what it feels like to be loved. We have arrived from beyond the veil of formlessness and Oneness and arrived...

Warriors of the Heart

It takes courage to be a warrior. It takes courage to raise your sword to fight for what you believe in, to fight for your self or your loved ones. But do you know what takes even more courage? It takes even more courage to put down your sword when you have been wielding it for so long that if feels as if it has become a part of your arm. When man got lost and began using his physical strength...

The Closed Door

The moon had waxed and waned and time had slipped away down to the ocean and my leaving you has been a great liberation. And yet the day came when I missed you so much and I wanted you to know, so I wrote and told you. And there was a softness in your response that en-couraged me to come to your door unannounced, such was the yearning in me to see you, hear your voice, inhale you and perhaps steal...