The Challenge

Life is not a chess game.  It is rather more complex. The opponent, nature, has too many moves and is constantly adjusting  at a sub microscopic level presenting new and different states with apparent abandon.  We must, therefore, be better able to anticipate nature and, more importantly, anticipate the responses of other people’s attempts to deal with its ever present challenges.

It becomes even more complex when we consider that people will react to nature differently, and frequently will create greater confusion or turmoil than that which they were trying to tame.  They will also react to other people’s reaction or their planned methods of making their reality safer for them, often with heedless disruption to the reality of others.

You are invited, under supervision of your counsellor if you were sent here by one, or with one of our in-house counsellors if you came here on your own, to use this platform as a means of realizing, augmenting, and purposefully using your mental strength to let you be master of your own life.

Professionals and Parents are invited to explore these discourses as a tool to augment their counselling, parenting, and analytic skills.

Know the Impositions

nature’s relentless volatility,  the purposeful or unwitting attempts of other people to save themselves – even at our expense, or the options we choose or are burdened with as we try to stay alive or feel less oppressed.







Know our assignment

our Assignment

Discover ourselves

Discover our world

Discover our being

Discover our purpose

Confront Reality with courage

Relate to people with composure

First, let us examine the challenge

how we do it

BE the


of your life

Like all lower life forms, every human being is born with a body that functions naturally.  We do not have to learn to beat the heart or guide the liver to function.  Unlike the lower life forms, however, we are born with a mind, a capacity for reason, but it is rudimenmtary.   It is the only quality within ourselves we can build and are required to build.  And what we build belongs only to us. It is as strong as we have given it the energy to be.  Let us put our focus, therefore, on what matters – building mental strength so we can be as strong and as capable as we have given ourselves the right to be.