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Useful Links

This page aims to help people research spiritual and/or intuitive development.  It doesn’t represent everything that’s out there but, nevertheless, seeks to assist where it can.

None of the organisations or individuals listed below have paid to appear on this page.  The list is alphabetically organised, and doesn’t reflect preference or value.

Finding cost-effective intuitive help

We can’t always one-on-one mentoring.  The Spiritualist network can offer effective support.  It’s not a uniform group so you’ll need to do some research.  Below are some sites that list Spiritualist centres and groups in Australia and overseas:

To find alternate health practitioners in Australia

Google or use social media to find alternate health practitioners.  There are so many ways to find good help.  The following sites also publish provider names:

Kabbalah & metaphysics

One can study Kabbalah in one of three ways – (1) in non-Jewish groups, (2) in Jewish lay-groups or (3) in rabbinically-led forums.  All can offer value but I’ve found Jewish programs to be more spiritually inclined.  

  1. non-Jewish groups – e.g. the Theosophical Society, the Rosicrucian Order, Gnostic societies, Spiritualist centres (see above).  These groups run forums on metaphysics and can offer interesting perspectives.
  2. lay forums in the Jewish system, Bnei Baruch runs classes, meetings and videos.  Some Rabbis also mentor non-Jews (see below).
  3. rabbinically-led classes discuss Kabbalah more subtly.  This, in my opinion, is where the fun is!  You may find classes run in or outside of synagogues.  Enquire about this at your local synagogue. 

On the web, check out:’s Kabbalah classes –’s Tanya or Zohar classes –

Gal Einei –

Tanya classes –

Spirituality as taught by Jewish systems

Whilst there are many ways to study spirituality, Psychic & Energy Work leans towards rabbinically-led forums.  They often contain a subtle energetic bent and offer a few pathways based on gender and spiritual leaning.

For non-Jews who are monotheistic (i.e. who believe in one G-d), Noahidism might appeal.  A few websites help non-Jews become “righteous gentiles” – i.e. live as non-Jews who follow the laws of the Torah (Old Testament) – e.g.,,

Rabbi Eli Cohen in Sydney ( helps non-Jews in their spiritual development and presents to non-Jewish groups on request. 

Rabbi Yehoishophot Oliver is a great contact in the USA (

Some forums that cater specifically to the Jewish community also welcome non-Jews.  Some are synagogue-based; others run outside of synagogues.  There may be limits to what you can attend or how you can participate, but there’s usually someone to help you.

Understanding the background to you and your day

Sometimes, it helps to read – on top of any mentoring.  They won’t necessarily offer all one requires but astrology and numerology can help.

Great astrology websites:,,,,

Chinese/Eastern astrology provides yet another edge.  Theodora Lau is worth referring to –

Whilst Fran uses numerology, she hasn’t researched what websites are available.  Notable authors include Juno Jordan and Faith Javane.  Get in contact to request a chart or reading.

Have you tried to focus?

“Focusing” helps people process things on the energetic, emotional, mental, physical, intuitive and spiritual level.  It’s a technique developed by Dr Eugene T Gendlin and outlined in his book, Focusing (Bantam Books, 1981).  There are a few versions available – for adults, children, teenagers and practitioners, as well as courses and accreditation programs.  Visit to learn more. 

A last word…

Wherever you are in your spiritual search and for whatever system you follow, remember to use your out-breath when you’re processing life or seeking divine guidance.  Dare to release all mind and egoic self – yours and others’ – using out-breath (through mouth).  It’s amazing what shifts and evolves when you let go of what you hold.

All the very best.

Don’t hesitate to get in contact.
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