Diane’s ‘need to know’ resulted in a wealth of powerful and revealing experiences, many profoundly humbling or joyous, some challenging, but always full of discovery. She reflected her pursuit to help a Greater Plan into so many areas – intuition, meditation, inner communication, the afterlife, consciousness, reality, illusion, the paranormal, other worlds, time and space .. and so much more.
Diane challenged the very core of ‘reality’ and ‘belief’ to help bring the light of awareness into our lives so, in turn, awareness of The Journey Home could reach far and wide, and help seekers like herself wake up to the illusion of their reality.
Diane’s books hold powerful and profound messages for all of us, and this website is a continuation of her life’s work. As her husband, I am continuing on in her name, and in the name of The Journey Home. Because for those who recognise what Diane is saying, and what I am saying – it is time to wake up, and time to go home.
Diane wanted to share the story of her extraordinary life.
Diane wanted her many experiences and discoveries to give insight and inspiration to others, to inspire and empower the need to look further, dig deeper, and ask questions about what resonates within you. Have the courage to challenge the superficial ‘depth’ of so many things, and have the freedom of mind to search for – and find – answers. Life is not what we are told to believe it is. Not at all.
Diane’s life was an exploration of experiences, embracing change and overcoming great challenges. Her life was not easy, because she chose to keep moving. Diane never gave up, and nor should any one of us who seeks to remember. To give up is to allow the sameness of life to decide your fate. We all have to be willing to let go of beliefs in order to grow, and remember a greater part of ourselves.
Diane walked her pathway with strength, grace and humility .. and kept moving on her journey, no matter what. That, I believe, is one of the most important virtues we can embrace in order for each and every one of us to find our way ‘home’.