Life Death & Purpose

A cloud does not know why it moves in just such a direction and at such a speed. It feels an impulsion... this is the place to go now. But the sky knows the reasons and the patterns behind all clouds, and you will know too, when you lift yourself high enough to see beyond horizons.

Richard Bach, “Illusions”

Life Death & Purpose

About the course

If you have spent time on that elusive search for personal meaning, you may have already discovered that effective personal development is about taking full responsibility for those things you can control, and fully experiencing those things you cannot. But maintaining this balance between integration and expansion can prove to be a difficult spiritual discipline.

It is often easier to resist both, and to find solace in clinging to memories of past glories or dreams of a better future. But that option invites us to live a mediocre existence as every day, life and its myriad of opportunities pass us by.

Everything you ever wanted to know about life, death and the search for personal meaning can be explored on this program! Based on direct experience with over four thousand people, and other research and reading, Robert Prinable has developed a practical, non-religious hypothesis for spiritual development and exploring the meaning of life.

The program is more practical than theoretical, and your learning will be through personal experience within a structured environment.

It is recommended for anyone interested in finding more meaning in life, anyone in need of coming to terms with the reality of death, or anyone who is just plain curious.

People intrigued enough to be there will explore the practical implications of leading a personally meaningful life - well lived to the very last day.

The program aims to “lift you high enough to see beyond horizons”.


  • Explore and experience another perspective on the process of life, and draw on this experience to bring more understanding to your life now.
  • Come to a fuller awareness of your personal purpose in living this life.
  • Explore your attitudes to death as a very real part of life.
  • Challenge yourself to consider that your life may be something more than just random experience -- that it carries a sense of continuity and meaning.
  • Deal effectively with unresolved relationships which involve death.
  • Investigate the possibility of past lives, between-life states, and future life experiences.