Steetwise spiritualism at its supreme best!! StuartWilde@Copenhagen 2000


If you have ever wondered how a morph of Wayne Dyer, David Icke, Bob Monroe, and Bill Hicks would sound like………..HERE HE IS

As long as you don’t mind bad language he will have you in stiches, and remember (when he is talking about the EURO) this was 13 years ago. ENJOY

RIP STU…’When you spent time with Stu it was not something you forgot – he loved a smoke, a drink and anything else that was going, but the man was a genuine seeker who wanted to know the truth and was willing to do what was necessary to find it. Now he doesn’t have to seek anymore – just remember and enjoy what he knew all along.’ – David Icke

‘Stuart passionately taught about freedom, love & respect for all human beings and for deep respect of nature. He was a relentless animal rights advocate. Also, it’s important for people to know that Stuart never saw himself as being a guru or above anyone else. He believed that he was merely a mirror that reflected love & peace into the world and a facilitator of wisdom from realms of existence that one could refer to as heavenly.”




Making the shift from Duality to Polarity


Knowledge attained can be valuable when taken from objective information  influenced by our personal judgment, however the deepest truths of our reality come not from this knowledge or the conditioning of society, teachers or preachers  but from personal experience and our own higher consciousness.         S Griffin

After several years researching content within (GATV) it became evident that this massive subject matter was just a small piece to an infinitely larger picture. Due to the  indelible way they affect our lives it is vital to be aware of the subject matters in GATV. There exists however an all important ‘piece’ that elevates us to view & better comprehend our ‘reality’ ; consciousness and our understanding of it. Content within a second site is another part of this piece.

Despite being unclear as to the exact meaning of consciousness when researching www.greaterawareness.tvintuition dictated an inner message that the finite answers to the human experience would be found within its understanding.

Synchronicity plays a leading role in the development of our lives. As we align to universal energy, entering the flow, the answers we search for suddenly appear to materialise ‘out of the blue’, until we understand  they had been turning up all along but, like a defective radio, we had simply not been picking up their signals.

A personal moment of synchronicity came when a recognised EXPERT on consciousness gave a lecture literally on my doorstep, a film of which is included on this site. The theories were initially  difficult to grasp however instinctively I knew that I would. I eventually came to the realisation that we are not in fact human beings having spiritual experiences but spiritual beings having human experiences.

I came to comprehend that, who we are is determined by what we feel in any given moment, with the quality of our feelings being determined by whether we believe in the simultaneous duality of goodness & evil, brightness & darkness, rich & poor, right and wrong, etc. or we are conscious that bad, dark and poor exists when love, light & abundance is lacking.  

The difference is subtle but massive. Einstein stated: “The most important decision we make is whether we believe we live in a friendly or hostile universe.”


Modern society teaches us through parenting, schooling, religion, TV, etc. there exists ‘good’ behaviour and ’bad’ behaviour, and that bad deeds are the work of bad people, and lead to ‘bad consequences, and that good deeds create good outcomes. As a result we conclude that there are good people and there are bad people in the world. Of course the nature of the good and bad has been determined by our ‘teachers’, not by us.’

Once we venture out into the world with these viewpoints we use them to judge the behaviour and circumstances of others,  influencing our beliefs and behaviour as to what is good and bad for ourselves and for those we have charge over.

This duality  process i,e, what is considered good and bad in society starts at home, then school, through to religion, served up by 24 hour world media coverage,  and is then carried into adulthood through our peers; they themselves having gone through the same indoctrination. It subsequently reinforces the ‘duals’ created by those with power, to first define a ‘problem’, as to create the necessary fear that make the subsequent  violent solutions more ‘palatable’ .

These circumstances manifest the belief that we live in a hostile world, as opposed to a friendly world where love is sometimes missing. It creates a ‘them and us’ mentality helping our egos  dictate the way forward. Such beliefs will greatly reduce our ability to lead fulfilled lives. 

As a result we believe we are independent beings, not connected to our source. We start worrying about what others think of us; I.e. we become what others think of us, whether it be their opinions about our jobs, our dress sense, our children, husband or wife, the amount of money we have; and they even have opinions about our opinions and the things we talk about.

Such a belief simply sets us up for disappointment. After all who are we, when we lose that great job, wonderful wife, or we have no money and cannot afford to keep up with our peers?  With such beliefs along with losses beyond our control such as the death of a loved one,  we are truly aboard life’s inhuman roller coaster.

So strap up tightly everybody as the extremes between the highs and the lows of the ride will be determined by your understanding of consciousness and what you really are! (And aren’t)

So if duality splits an issue into two opposing sides, preventing compassionate and intelligent understanding, while encouraging conflict & violence – what is the alternative?

Polarity is the alternative, and is realised when we can experience two sides of an issue as being resonating and interconnected.  By using the trivium i.e. grammatical reasoning,  our consequent understanding can allow us to envisage greater dimensions & enhance our ability  to arrive at balanced conclusions.  When we focus on ideas without exploring both sides, our understanding falters and we reinforce the duality.  Choosing a side (i.e., either side), leads to anger and fear which interferes with the connection to subtle consciousness.

One of our greatest challenges is to expand our understanding of polar concepts.  From a grounded state, we are empowered to see the interconnection of opposing forces without having to take sides.  If one is  balanced and processing ones own actions we can attract new possibilities into our lives from the frequencies we radiate.

One example of this split mentality is “Judeo-Christianity versus Islam”.  While Islam is overwhelmingly viewed as a negative force (aka, duality) many are seeking to understand both sides (aka, polarity).  Pursuing understanding results in consciousness and intelligence, while promoting empathy and sharing deeply.

As long as we feed into the dualistic view of world and humanity, we reinforce it and inhibit our spiritual growth.  When we embrace a polar view of the world, we are able to employ the best of both sides.

This does not mean of coarse that  physical even violent action at times has to be implemented, however this should be a last resort solution and not a calculated one made before a problem even exists. Understanding polarity over duality will make it harder for those  making decisions on our behalf to fool us into believing their ‘good motives’ when forming home and foreign policies. As Terrance Mckenna once said “Sausages and foreign policy, two things that you should never watch being made”,

Modern science despite being held back by 20th dogma, has made massive advances in understanding consciousness, guiding us on a path of enlightenment as to who and what we are. Through the understanding of the unified field we have come to understand the foundation of the universe, the forces of nature, are all one, being ripples on a single ocean of existence. A unified non materialistic field called consciousness. A field of unity and polarity not separated through duality. A field that connects us all to each other and our source.

Each day the solutions we seek to take  earth to the next thriving level are becoming self evident. These new deep thruth’s are out there ready to be accepted. It is time to raise our consciousness and be enlightened. Its is time to wake up – we are all one.



The science of Epigenetics, and how it can save your life!


It’s great to hear a very well known ‘alternative’ scientist not only  giving an insight into this fascinating and game changing science but that he has the balls to say it as it is regarding the pharmaceutical industry. There’s a few other respected persons in the spiritual field that could take a feather out of his ‘spreading awareness’  cap.  SG

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timeBruce H. Lipton, PhD is an internationally recognized leader in bridging science and spirit. Stem cell biologist, bestselling author of The Biology of Belief and recipient of the 2009 Goi Peace Award, he has been a guest speaker on hundreds of TV and radio shows, as well as keynote presenter for national and international conferences.

Dr. Lipton began his scientific career as a cell biologist. He received his Ph.D. Degree from the University of Virginia at Charlottesville before joining the Department of Anatomy at the University of Wisconsin’s School of Medicine in 1973. Dr. Lipton’s research on muscular dystrophy, studies employing cloned human stem cells, focused upon the molecular mechanisms controlling cell behavior. An experimental tissue transplantation technique developed by Dr. Lipton and colleague Dr. Ed Schultz and published in the journal Science was subsequently employed as a novel form of human genetic engineering.

In 1982, Dr. Lipton began examining the principles of quantum physics and how they might be integrated into his understanding of the cell’s information processing systems. He produced breakthrough studies on the cell membrane, which revealed that this outer layer of the cell was an organic homologue of a computer chip, the cell’s equivalent of a brain. His research at Stanford University’s School of Medicine, between 1987 and 1992, revealed that the environment, operating though the membrane, controlled the behavior and physiology of the cell, turning genes on and off. His discoveries, which ran counter to the established scientific view that life is controlled by the genes, presaged one of today’s most important fields of study, the science of epigenetics. Two major scientific publications derived from these studies defined the molecular pathways connecting the mind and body. Many subsequent papers by other researchers have since validated his concepts and ideas.

Dr. Lipton’s novel scientific approach transformed his personal life as well. His deepened understanding of cell biology highlighted the mechanisms by which the mind controls bodily functions, and implied the existence of an immortal spirit. He applied this science to his personal biology, and discovered that his physical well-being improved, and the quality and character of his daily life was greatly enhanced.

“People perish for the lack of this hidden knowledge…” – Law Of Intention


How Psychedelics Can Cure Our Collective Insanity


From YouTUBE

Amber Lyon, 3-time Emmy award winning journalist, describes how her work as a journalist covering social justice issues lead to her suffering from Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and how experience with Ayahuasca cured her of the disorder and led to a radical spiritual and career shift.

“I’ve never taken the traditional route in my journalism,” says Lyon “I spent a decade on the street covering some of the worst humanity has to offer whether it be war, slavery, drug trafficking, and I realized after a certain amount of time that I was just covering the symptoms of the greater problem which is our collective madness. We need healing at the individual level before anything is going to change when it comes to all of the destruction that we are seeing in this world. (…) I’ve decided that for the rest of my career I am going to attack the core which is this collective Insanity and collective need for healing; whether that is physical healing or healing when it comes to mental health disorders.

Lyon is developing a website, Reset.Me, which “strives to provide accurate journalism on psychedelics and alternative therapies for depression, anxiety, stress, PTSD, addiction, and other health conditions.

We seek to give those who need to hit the ‘reset’ button in life information for improving mental and physical well being.

Through the aggregation of content and production of independent journalism by experienced reporters, Reset.Me aims to create an open discussion surrounding psychedelics and alternative therapies.”


SHAMANIC PHYSICS (lecture by : Fred Alan Wolf)


From YouTube

Fred Alan Wolf (born December 3, 1934) is an American theoretical physicist specializing in quantum physics and the relationship between physics and consciousness. He is a former physics professor at San Diego State University, and has helped to popularize science on the Discovery Channel. He is the author of a number of books about physics, including Taking the Quantum Leap (1981), The Dreaming Universe (1994), Mind into Matter (2000), and Time Loops and Space Twists (2011)


The Transcendence of Time in Shamanic Practice, Michael Harner, SAND 2011


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Michael Harner Founder of the Foundation for Shamanic Studies Over tens of thousands of years, our ancient ancestors all over the world discovered how to maximize human abilities of mind and spirit for healing and problem-solving. The remarkable system of methods they developed is today known as shamanism. Shamans are especially distinguished by the use of journeys to hidden worlds otherwise mainly known through myth, dream, and near-death experiences. A core feature of shamanism is that the Universe is divisible into three worlds: the Upper, Middle, and Lower. The Middle World, in which we live, has both its ordinary and non-ordinary (or non-spiritual and spiritual) aspects, and belongs only to this immediate moment in time. The Upper and Lower Worlds, in contrast, are purely spiritual and are found only in nonordinary reality, where they exist outside of time. The trained shaman can make “out of body” journeys to these worlds, moving back and forth with discipline and purpose in order to help and heal others. In these journeys, the shaman transcends time, going back to look at the past or traveling into the future to seek assistance on behalf of others from compassionate beings found there. In these worlds, there is no separation between the shaman and everything else. He or she knows, as ancient Siberian shamans knew that, “Everything that is, is alive.” The Universe is experienced as a unified whole, and the shaman partakes of the love and the ecstasy of this transcendent reality. – See more at:

More Info on The Foundation for Shamanic Studies

Michael Harner: Shamanic Journey – 15 minutes solo drumming

SHAMANIC PHYSICS (lecture by : Fred Alan Wolf)

Fred Alan Wolf (born December 3, 1934) is an American theoretical physicist specializing in quantum physics and the relationship between physics and consciousness. He is a former physics professor at San Diego State University, and has helped to popularize science on the Discovery Channel. He is the author of a number of books about physics, including Taking the Quantum Leap (1981), The Dreaming Universe (1994), Mind into Matter (2000), and Time Loops and Space Twists (2011)


New Film Shows The Incredible Power Of Psilocybin Mushrooms To Heal Us, Physically And Spiritually



Inside a brick house in Oaxaca, Mexico, a wizened indigenous woman stands at a candlelit altar adorned with images of Christ, the Virgin Mary, the Pope and the Santo Niño de Atocha. A small group of Westerners watch raptly as she prays in her native Mazatec tongue:

“Sacred Heart of Jesus, Holy Trinity, Holy Saint George, give them your medicine. Give them your medicinal plant, your flesh, your host. I will search here for the place where they left their spirit, where they felt laziness, where they felt weakness, or if a wind blew on them, or if they were victims of gossip. I want you to have mercy on them when you give them your medicine, wake them up and support them.”

The shaman at the altar, Natalia Martinez, is the focal point of the hour-and-38-minute-long documentary Little Saints. Shot over the course of three consecutive summers, the film chronicles six Los Angeles residents’ collective journey to the Sierra Mazateca region of Oaxaca to take part in veladas: healing mushroom ceremonies central to the religious tradition of the Mazatec people (“people of the deer”) who inhabit the area.

Photo: Natalia Martinez.

After Martinez invokes various Catholic figures, each participant eats a large batch of psilocybin mushrooms. Martinez then uses a combination of prayer, talk therapy and visualization to help the Westerners find the sources of their ailments and discomforts, which include asthma, stomach pains, social anxiety, depression and drug addiction.

One of Little Saints’ most poignant scenes finds bodyworker Lorrie Wessel coming to the realization that her social anxiety may not actually be a disorder. Weeping softly, she reveals, “It’s gaining in my awareness that I picked the perfect environment to assist me with my growth and what I wanted to learn, and that nobody’s at fault. And that’s [true] for all of us. The mistakes we made are not really mistakes, because it’s the best we knew at the time.”

In one of the film’s lighter moments, Sergio Diazvelez, a lawyer who has come to Oaxaca in search of relief from depression stemming from a divorce, attempts to recite the Lord’s Prayer at Martinez’ bidding. “Yes, but everything is moving!” he laughingly blurts out.

Director/producer/editor Oliver Quintanilla shot Little Saints with the support of National Geographic’s All Roads Film Project and various contributors. His main reason for making the film was to help spread the word about these mushroom ceremonies to people who might benefit from this form of healing.

Photo: Director/producer/editor Oliver Quintanilla.

If you’ve never heard of it, then you’re going to go through traditional Western medicine without knowing that there might be an alternative that could be more fitting for you,” Quintanilla said to Reset.

In the interest of helping skeptics open their minds to the notion of psychedelics as medicines, Quintanilla has interspersed Little Saints’ ceremonial scenes with interview commentary from academic and medical authorities like author/anthropologist Jeremy Narby, Ph.D, psychiatrist Stanislav Grof, M.D., Ph.D. and UCLA School of Medicine professor Charles S. Grob. M.D.

“I could have done a narrator type of thing and said it myself, but it wouldn’t be as powerful as if someone who has medical credentials says it,” the director offered. “If they [attest to the curative properties of psychedelics], they can probably change the views of many more people than I could do myself.”

Photo: (Left to right) Oliver Quintanilla, Natalia Martínez, Martha de Martínez (Daughter in law from Natalia), Fausto Martínez (Natalia’s son).

Quintanilla added that people are more likely to have negative experiences if they use mushrooms recreationally as opposed to sacramentally. For this reason, he hopes his film will introduce some viewers to the notion of psychedelics as sacraments. The titleLittle Saints is an extension of this idea: as Catholic priest José Luis Sánchez explains early in the movie, this term is a loose translation of the Mazatec name for the mushrooms. “Little” is a term of respect rather than a diminutive, and the latter half of the name is sometimes interpreted as “sacred things” instead of “saints.”

Quintanilla, who moved to the United States from Mexico when he was in his early 20s, traces his interest in Mazatec shamanism back to 1999, when he took mushrooms for the first time.

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“It felt like I went to therapy for a whole year in one single night,” he recalled. “At the time, I considered myself an atheist, [yet] I had some visions about God, our existence and where we come from. It was very spiritual. The next morning, I asked myself, ‘If I am sure that God doesn’t exist, why am I getting all these thoughts? Where do they come from? They cannot come from myself, because I am sure — or at least I tell myself — that God doesn’t exist.’”

His curiosity stoked, Quintanilla went to the public library every day for a week straight in search of knowledge that might help him make sense of his experience. In the process, he became aware of the Mazatec people for the first time. “Even though I was from Mexico, I had never heard about indigenous people using mushrooms for spiritual reasons and for healing,” he said.

In September 1999, two weeks after his first psychedelic experience, Quintanilla journeyed to Oaxaca in the hopes of meeting a healer. While wandering around the town of Huautla de Jiménez, he met a man who brought him to Martinez’ door.

Photo: Natalia Martinez.

The ensuing experience was, in Quintanilla’s description, “very, very impressive.” Martinez prayed for 15 or 20 minutes before handing the film director 16 fresh mushrooms on a tobacco leaf. Once the psilocybin took hold, Martinez began to ask Quintanilla about his life in Los Angeles. This led to a discussion of the bouts of depression he had recently been experiencing as a result of some substance abuse on his part.

At this point, Martinez asked Quintanilla a question that initially struck him as a non sequitur.

“She said, ‘Why don’t you have a girlfriend?’” he recalled. “‘You’re not ugly. You could find somebody to spend your time with. If you had someone in your life to live for and care for, you wouldn’t be occupying your time going to parties and taking drugs.’” Martinez then prayed for Quintanilla to find a partner.

Within six months of that event, the director had met his life partner, and his drug use had ceased. The following year, he returned to Oaxaca with the woman who was now his wife. Though they had been officially married a few months prior, the couple performed a spiritual wedding ceremony at Martinez’ home.

In reference to the drug abuse that he and Martinez discussed, Quintanilla noted:

“Some people might say, ‘It’s kind of ridiculous that you go and take mushrooms — a drug — to stop doing another drug. But it’s important to differentiate: although a lot of people think of the mushrooms as drugs, within this particular culture, the mushrooms are considered extremely, extremely sacred. It’s amazing that they can be used for addictions, depression or other things that are mainly psychological in nature.”


The morning after Quintanilla’s first velada, he asked Martinez’ permission to make a movie about her shamanic work. She gave me a very stern look, turned around and walked away,” he said.

The filmmaker returned to Oaxaca every year to participate in veladas with Martinez. Each time, he asked the shaman’s permission to film her. After refusing his requests for five years straight, Martinez finally acquiesced.

“I guess it took that long because she took me through my own healing process, and also gaining the trust from someone who was not from there,” Quintanilla ventured. He added that some negative experiences have left the Mazatec people extremely wary of media infiltration.

Asked about Martinez’ use of religious icons in her rituals, Quintanilla said that in his view, the specific imagery that one uses in ceremony is less important than the intention that one holds.

“It doesn’t have to be Catholic,” he opined. “You can replace Jesus with Krishna, Buddha, Muhammad or Moses, and if you believe in them as your guide or savior or as a model or archetype, it could be of benefit.”

Quintanilla, whose Catholic upbringing left him with some misgivings toward that religion, admitted that he was initially put off when Martinez asked him to sit in front of Catholic images and pray during his first velada. He noted, however, that the following morning, “regardless of the Catholicism within the ritual itself, I did recognize the benefits of the whole experience, and I recognized Natalia as having healing powers and knowledge that she gained through many years of experience, from her father and her own culture.”

Photo: Natalia Martinez.

He also recognized the power of the mushrooms to facilitate the direct experience of a divine presence that transcends human symbolism. As he says in one of Little Saints’opening scenes:

“The important thing is to experience God — not to think of God as some bigger figure that we normally see in [religious] images… something out there. I think we canexperience God. We can experience the universal energy and let that energy flow through us.”

Little Saints is currently screening at select theaters. Watch a trailer for the film below and visit the film’s website for more information.




Alan Watts – The Principles Of Parents To Children


From YouTube

A pilgrimage of inquiry from which there is no return

The mind that has really gone into all this, that has entered upon a pilgrimage of inquiry from which there is no return, that is inquiring not only now, during this hour, but from day to day – such a mind will have discovered a state of creation which is all existence. It is what you call truth or God. For that creation to take place, there must be complete aloneness, an aloneness in which there is no attachment, no companionship, either of words or thoughts or memories. It is a total denial of everything which the mind has invented for its own security.
The complete aloneness, in which there is no fear, has its own extraordinary beauty. It is a state of love because it is not the aloneness of reaction; it is a total negation, which is not the opposite of the positive. And, I think it is only in that state of creation that the mind is truly religious. Such a mind needs no meditation: it is itself the eternal. Such a mind is no longer seeking – not that it is satisfied, but it is no longer seeking because there is nothing to seek. It is a total thing, limitless, immeasurable, unnameable.