STEPS Foundation Programme


The Dynamics of Spiritual Flow

Everything in the Universe is connected

and governed by natural law.

Planetary Grid

According to the Journal of USSR Academy of Science ‘Chemistry of Life’:

‘Examination of the Earth’s surface from space photographs reveals that the planet projects from within itself to the surface, ridges and geophysical features which form a dual, geometrically regulated grid of twelve pentagonal sections superimposed over a system of twenty equilateral triangles.’  This is the physical component of a multidimensional subtle energy web linking planetary consciousness.

The present climate of world conflict and fear in the 21st century is a reflection of individual and collective disrespect for the divinity of life, manifesting in the rise of materialism.

If there is no acknowledgement of the spiritual dimension the material world becomes our god.  Immersed in the physical universe and distanced from our spiritual essence and origins we can become lost in admiration of what we have created rather than lost in awe at the wonder of Creation.


A reluctance to live in harmony results in dissonance.

A harsh, disagreeable environment defined by discord, lack of agreement and inconsistency resulting in a state of unrest.

If we do not understand the factors which create dissonance we can never correct it.


Today lip service is paid to healing the planet.  True planetary healing will depend upon our ability to heal ourselves through an awareness of right relationship, first to each other and finally to the planetary platform which sustains all life-streams.

Today much of humanity has lost its spiritual connection.  We have become immersed in our own selfish view of what is our right with little consideration given to responsibility and obligation.  We do not understand divine connection and consequence of action because we have removed ourselves from the circle of life and mutual dependence.

There is perhaps no better way to re-acquaint ourselves with the mystery of life and our role as stewards than through the study of the North American Indian principles of ‘respect for life’.

A presentation, interpreted and narrated by Wes Felty:
Chief Seattle's reply to a Government offer to purchase the remaining Salish lands:


Do not take without giving

If you break the web of Life mend it

Choose good company

Use words wisely

Avoid criticism

Do not judge others

Respect all

Sitting Bull

Holy Man of the Hunkpapa Lakota Sioux who led his people as a war chief during years of resistance to United States government policies.


“The white man knows how to make everything, but he does not know how to distribute it.”

“What white man can say I ever stole his land or a penny of his money?  Yet they say that I am a thief.  What white man has ever seen me drunk?  Who has ever come to me hungry and left me unfed?  Who has seen me beat my wives or abuse my children? What law have I broken?”

“What treaty that the whites have kept has the red man broken? Not one.”

“They claim this mother of ours, the Earth, for their own use, and fence their neighbors away from her, and deface her with their buildings and their refuse.”


Chief Joseph

Renowned as a humanitarian and peacemaker for his principled resistance to the removal of his people from tribal lands to reservations.

“Let me be a free man, free to travel, free to stop, free to work, free to trade where I choose, free to choose my own teachers, free to follow the religion of my fathers, free to talk, think and act for myself -- and I will obey every law or submit to the penalty.



Mankind has free will to determine whether to live in

accordance with natural law or to remain outside of it.

Observance of the law results in

Harmony  and  Synchronicity

Denial of the law results in

Disconnection           Isolation           Disharmony

Health and well-being are dependent on unimpeded energy flow.
The 7 chakras link to the higher aspects of consciousness beyond
the physical and sensory bodies and the logical mind.

Whenever the white man treats the Indian as they treat each other then we shall have no more wars.  We shall be all alike -- brothers of one father and mother, with one sky above us and one country around us and one government for all.  Then the Great Spirit Chief who rules above will smile upon this land and send rain to wash out the bloody spots made by brothers' hands upon the face of the earth.  For this time the Indian race is waiting and praying.  I hope no more groans of wounded men and women will ever go to the ear of the Great Spirit Chief above, and that all people may be one people.  Hin-mah-too-yah-lat-kekht has spoken for his people.”

[At his surrender in the Bear Paw Mountains, 1877]

“I will fight no more forever.  Tell General Howard that I know his heart. What he told me before I have in my heart.  I am tired of fighting.  Our chiefs are killed.  Looking Glass is dead, Tu-hul-hil-sote is dead, the old men are all dead.  It is cold and we have no blankets.  The little children are freezing to death.  My people -- some of them have run away to the hills and have no blankets and no food.  No one knows where they are -- perhaps freezing to death.  I want to have time to look for my children and see how many of them I can find.  Maybe I shall find them among the dead.  Hear me, my chiefs, my heart is sick and sad.  From where the sun now stands I will fight no more against the white man.”


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