BOOKS

The Bridge Trilogy is made up of three books

  1. The Bridge to Tomorrow
  2. Across the Rainbow Bridge,
  3. The Bridge of Air

   

These books were written as a ‘channelled’ book, but I make no real claims about this and would sooner as the reader to make up their own mind. See if this helps you live your life more fully and then, if it is still relevant, make up your own mind about where this came from. What you see is exactly what came through. There was no planning involved, minimal editing (and then only for clarity’s sake) and any continuation of ideas or themes from day-to-day is entirely to the credit of the source.

I suggest that you will derive most benefit when reading this to do so one day at a time, and internalising the contents, rather than reading it from cover to cover. Dip into it and let your intuition guide you to the bits most relevant to you today. You may find it helpful to keep a journal of what you are feeling, what page you get, and what that makes you think /feel. If you subsequently come across the same page it may well lead you to different insights & feelings, and note the differences.

The Seven Steps is different.  It was a real experiment.  I wanted to see if it was possible to write a story using this guided method of writing.  I discovered this story rather than authored it.  I had no idea how it would resolve itself.  The only conscious decision was that where seven steps in this journey.  It is an allegorical tale a little in the style of The Celestine Prophecy.

These are all available as eBooks on both Amazon Kindle and Lulu.com

    Reviews:

“Richard has a fabulous unique style of blogging as if he is talking to just you. I recollect about 2 years ago that the content of one of his blog’s was so poignant and remarkable to me at that point in my own journey of change, that it directly impacted on my thought process, and even kept me awake one night – it created a moment of realisation. His words simply resonated.

You can guarantee that Richard creates a trail of wisdom that come not just from his insightfulness and passion for his work, but directly from himself and his own experiences. I can imagine that once he has a nugget in mind he wants to share and make a difference with, the words simply transfer effortlessly from brain to typing fingers with little pause, such is the flow and spontaneity of his writing. I recommend his work and writing to anyone, individual or business in a period of transition looking for clarity and heart. Further examples of his depth and talent can be found in his self published works on www.lulu.com”

Ruth Edwards

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Great writing, thought provoking reading, 23 Jan 2011

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Sally AslingSee all my reviews

This review is from: Change & Stuff (Kindle Edition)

I thoroughly enjoy Richards blogs.
Richard helps people find clarity where there is confusion, turn inertia into action, and help transform talk into communication!
I am sure you will be inspired by Richards blogs as I am…….well don’t take my word for it, see for yourself!

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5.0 out of 5 stars Great insights shared!, 23 Jan 2011

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CornelisSee all my reviews

This review is from: Change & Stuff (Kindle Edition)

Richard writes great blogs, even for a non native speaker of English as I am, I really enjoy them very much. Richard is able to take you “on the journey” with his written stories. His blogs are making sense and that keeps me coming back and reading them. Richard keep up the good work by sharing your insights and your contributions to make this world more beautiful!

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5.0 out of 5 stars Stuff happens .., 23 Jan 2011

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.. which often initiates Change
Richard’s writing style is thoughtful .. entertaining and attractive.
Just like RDC IRL :o)
Enjoy !

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5.0 out of 5 stars Richard’s blog, 23 Jan 2011

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Steven Healey “Steven J” (Stratford UK) – See all my reviews
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I have enjoyed reading Richard’s blog for over 4 years now .
I have found them to be informative and thought provoking .
They cover a wide variety of topics , based on Richards expertise and experience.
The blogs are well thought out and designed , each once covering topics which affect us all.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Definitely take a look, 23 Jan 2011

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Mary HopeSee all my reviews

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This blog is full of wisdom and always food for thought. I highly recommend that you give it some time. It is informative,interesting and thought provoking. Always enjoyable.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Heartfelt connection, 28 Jan 2011

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A. K. Figiel (UK) – See all my reviews
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There is something uniqely elegant about Richard’s blogs which is hard to describe. In a nutshell I think they’re original, from the heart, clearly thought out, beautifully expressed and wittily illustrated with a photo. Richard creates connection with his blogs, so go on – connect today!

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5.0 out of 5 stars Wisdom In Small Bites, 27 Jan 2011

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Stephen BraySee all my reviews

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Richard has been writing blogs almost as long as I can remember, or so it seems. They have a remarkable self-effacing quality that is totally human. Richard’s strength is that he allows himself to be completely vulnerable simply in order to help you. Indeed his writing in some ways has the quality of a Beatles song, but without the brashness.
In short he does what decent bloggers are best at. He keeps a diary of his life and posts it for all to read, and then as we are challenged by his experiences we find that no longer are we solitary individuals but rather complex human beings, linked through compassion, working out change one day at a time.
Stephen

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5.0 out of 5 stars Something to make you think, 23 Jan 2011

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Tim O’Donnell (Borgoricco, Italy) – See all my reviews

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Reading Richard’s writing is a welcome moment during my working day. He approaches important themes in a subtle and gentle way which stimulates reflection. His blogs are something to look forward to.Change & Stuff

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5.0 out of 5 stars Go for it!, 3 Feb 2011

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Zara LockwoodSee all my reviews

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Richard is a great blogger, I’ve know him via social networking for at least 5 years, his blogs are interesting, informative, and won’t patronise, if you are looking for a good cyber friend to walk with you on life’s journey – download this app!

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