A lifelong spiritual explorer and a student of the esoteric mysteries, occult sciences and the Ageless Wisdom, Tim Wyatt has spent five decades working as a journalist in all sections of the broadcast, print and online media. A dedicated student of consciousness research, he is the founder of the Leeds-based School of Applied Wisdom.|
As its name suggests The School of Applied Wisdom focuses on understanding practical aspects of the Ageless Wisdom, identifying how we can use key ideas and cosmic laws in our everyday lives. Each session examines how esoteric theory can be applied successfully to virtually all aspects of modern human activity. The school runs interactive workshop sessions for those interested in gaining a greater depth of understanding about themselves and the wider cosmos.
Tim travels extensively giving talks, seminars and workshops on occult topics to the Theosophical Society in England and many other groups.
Despite or perhaps even because of, having no recognised academic qualifications whatsoever, he has won awards for his plays and television documentaries. Tim is also the author of numerous novels, short stories, articles, non-fiction works and poetry. He is the founder of several publishing companies and two record labels.
His other diversely chequered roles include film director, radio talk show host, car designer, public relations consultant, funeral celebrant, TV and film actor, musician, death counsellor, barman, teacher, DJ and advisor to government departments.
Tim is an avid walker, animal lover, book and art collector and naturalist. Apart from brief stints in London, Thailand and North West England, he has spent most of his life in the Yorkshire Pennines. These days he makes only rare and reluctant visits to cities.
Tim is the Treasurer of Leeds Theosophical Society, and a National Lecturer for The Theosophical Society in England.
Death is many people’s worst fear but it shouldn’t be. Death only prompts terror until it is correctly understood. Death as final annihilation, extinction or oblivion is a total myth and pernicious untruth. It is simply a change of state from the physical to the non-physical. Moving beyond the physical body into more subtle realms of being is not a tragedy but part of an inevitable cycle.|
Members of some religions do indeed believe that life continues eternally in either heaven or hell but this is entirely illogical to those willing to think deeply about it. The truth is that we have all died and been re-born numerous times before but somehow we still haven’t got used to the idea.
We never stop living. The human spirit spends time not only in flesh and bone but in other non-material realms. Each new life is on Earth is a crucial learning experience which moulds subsequent re-births – all controlled by the Law of Karma or cause and effect. In some lives we make definite spiritual progress. In others we may backslide. But our overall goal is to evolve our lower and higher natures through a succession of lives until the need to return to physical form is superseded.
The purpose of this talk is to de-mystify death and redefine it as an important part of an endless voyage.