Category - Michael Roads

Born in England in 1937, Michael Roads discovered at an early age he was able to communicate with nature and go beyond linear time and space. He immigrated to Australia in 1963 where he was a beef and dairy farmer, and prominent in the early organic movement. He wrote the first book on organic gardening in Australia, which was an immediate best seller. After a spiritual awakening in 1986, Michael wrote about his metaphysical experiences and has since published 14 books, and travels the world giving talks and 5-day ‘intensives’ on unconditional love and emotional balance.

Connect with Michael at www.michaelroads.com

Consciousness Rules, Okay!

By Michael Roads Guest Writer for Wake Up World I remember when, many years ago, I used to listen to one of my friends talking about Krishnamurti. He was into Krishnamurti’s teachings exclusively...

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Learning to Trust

By Michael Roads Guest Writer for Wake Up World During my world tour each year as a spiritual teacher, I spend plenty of time talking with people who are on their spiritual path. They often mention...

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Free Will – How Free Are We?

By Michael J. Roads Guest Writer for Wake Up World What is free will? Is it the freedom to do as you will? This is what is implied. Does this mean we are free to flout the laws of the land? Obviously...

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It Really Is Time To Wake Up World

By  Michael J. Roads Guest Writer for Wake Up World Years ago, I remember hearing a story of how God came to Earth to see how humanity was developing. Having created us, it is obvious that God had a...

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Relationship Between Garden and Gardener

By Michael J. Roads Guest writer for Wake Up World There are many gardeners in the world, but few are outstanding. What is it that makes one particular gardener stand out from so many others? First...

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Be Careful, Consciousness Is Listening!

By  Michael Roads Guest Writer for Wake Up World Walking into a pet store the other day, I told the woman at the counter what it was that I wanted. “Too easy,” she said, getting exactly...

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