Jul 25 2017

When Bart and Dr. Williams spoke at Akasha’s Den in June, Bart closed the evening with this beautiful prayer. Here he shares it with all of you.


I am not the limitations of my heart.
I am not the limitations of my mind.
My heart has not even risen to the greatest potential. And I am ready to dive into the greatest part of me until I am drunk. Drunk on God. Drunk on life. And drunk on the possibilities that I have not discovered within myself.

Jun 06 2016

How do you believe that you have changed from your ego identity? How we saw the ego 10 years ago was that we needed to get rid of it, but that would be utterly ridiculous because you need to understand you’re God and you can’t really understand you’re fully God without the opposite side of the ego. The lower ranges of the ego are very narcissistic, they need to be in control, need to run on the adrenaline of your emotions, and make us very addicted.

You’ve all evolved. Instead of saying: I need to kill that part of myself, to: well I’m not being very attractive right now, I wonder why? You’re looking at the ego, the personality, and the characteristics more as a guideline of wondering hummm, what’s that all about? I am being quite aggressive, I feel wounded, abandoned, I’m stuck in my own little story. We understand now that these are landmarks that tell us: hey, pay attention, something is going on!

May 22 2015

The frontal lobe was designed to keep us constantly connected into the universe. This lobe and the heart have an extraordinary connection. The frontal lobe is designed to create repetition. The frontal lobe says: I’m going to worry, so we worry and we worry and the frontal lobe creates this. But instead, the frontal lobe is actually there to experience: I’m one with the universe, I’m one with the universe, I’m the universe, I’m the universe, I am God, I’m divine, I’m whole, I’m well. The frontal lobe was designed to create repetition between us and the universe.