I am certain that Jesus has been seriously misrepresented by religion. The teachings of Jesus need to be revisited, because they are not only magnificent but our world is in dire straits because of our ignorance of them.

Education and work:

I was educated by nuns from the age of two-and-a-half at a Montessori school in Tilburg, The Netherlands. By the FCJ nuns at the parish school of Deepdene, Melbourne, Australia, then by the same order of nuns at the Ladies’ College in Vaucluse, Richmond, and graduated from Sedgley Park College, Manchester, UK after three years of teacher-training. I dropped out of university mid-way to an Arts Degree as a protest which I have sometimes regretted, but my life would perhaps not have been as creative as it has turned out to be! I taught full time and part time for several years, held groups at my home for metaphysical studies and wrote a regular newsletter, which was, in those days, posted to members. In 2010 I completed Cert IV in Mentoring with the Cosmosis Mentoring Centre while writing continued to be my first love. I have kept up journal writing from the age of twelve.

At one time I became a full-time cleaner of houses, using my body in a way I enjoyed, creating order in my clients’ homes. This tired me in a good way, but I still learned the skill of Swedish Massage, unbeknowingly preparing me for another calling: that of a sex worker, which eventually brought me to profoundly heal my abusive past. When I accepted my first computer as a gift in return for the promise to write my life story, I felt honour-bound to complete it. That took 15 years, but actually it could not have ended before certain life-transforming events changed my entire perspective of the past.

In the end the only questions that will be asked will be: How much did you love? How much more love is there on the planet because you were here?