Cameron’s back ground includes 20 years in the outback as a policeman in aboriginal communities and as an entrepreneur in the Health and Wellbeing sector, he now gives back through his events and mens work and has worked to bring Communities together for over 20 years.
Cameron specialises in counselling sessions with men. To book a session phone: 0414 714 948 email: email@example.com
Yes I have a dream.
I dream of a wonderful community where everyone knows each others names, a community filled with amazing talents and skills where we can celebrate the diversity of being human.
Could we be so lucky to have such a community?
I started in the spiritual church community in 2009 and was astounded to see that even after years of sitting across the hall from each other they were still unable to know each others names, never mind the individual gifts that each person possesses and could bring to the table. OMG.
What if I could create such a community?
I started with the Facebook page called the South East Queensland Spiritual Connection and its’ exponential growth still leaves me with a boyish grin at its success.
But why limits us with the boundaries of South East Queensland?
My life has not been that great. I have had more than the average bears share of disappointments, heartaches and failures. I have thrown myself into obsessive behaviors more than the average male in order to distract me from the pain that I felt. The more I drank the harder I worked, and it never seemed to quench my sadness or sense of wanting more.
My desire for change never really seemed to get me where I wanted to go and was only short lived, with new locations, new ideas, and constant movement which stopped me from dealing with the now.
My last few years has been like living in a Harry Potter movie.
Mystical, magical, I searched and watched and wondered what do I have to do to be like all these magical people? The pain of not being good enough even drove me to a greater level of wanting.
I have been able to shed the crap that I have carried for the 48 years of my life (most of it anyway). I’m now at a point of peacefulness. The feeling of bliss which I once thought was only obtainable for the gifted few now flows in and out of my life, like the tide, and in time I am positive my dam of self worth will be full.
It has been frightening at times and amazingly painful. I can’t remember the amount of times I have cried, and could not work out whether they were tears of joy or sadness. It’s got to the point where it doesn’t matter, because at last I can feel!
As I close my eyes, I can feel my heart burst with the potential of the future that I’m creating for today. I have a long way to go but oh my god, I have come a long way.
I always thought I suffered foot in mouth disease but now I see this trait is my first baby steps at being authentic.
My quest to be more spiritual has in fact only kicked me where I needed to be kicked and has given me the gift of feeling.
I’m willing to stand up and risk the chance of falling and making a fool of myself, who really cares what other people think? I don’t think I do any more. The main thing is I am doing my best and I am doing it from the heart.
Join me on the roller coaster with its highs and lows, its joys and sorrows, in the pursuit of personal change.
Are you willing to come with me? I’d love you to come.
For the first time in my life I can actually say I trust in the process. Dare to make a difference and let’s see where we go. The possibilities are infinite.