Gregory Charles is dangerous. Not only is he a good thinker, he is a good writer.

Dr. Hunter S. Thompson
Journalist and Author
"Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas"

Going Down Under will inspire you and leave you begging for more. Gregory Charles is a must read for anyone seeking a roadmap to navigate these challenging times. He turns the Mahatma Gandhi philosophy--to change the world you first have to change yourself--into a new way of living. How can you blame everyone else when you realize you create your own reality? Gregory loved the activism of the 1960s as I did. Now he takes you on a new journey to discover the 'inside job' of the next great frontier. If you feel ready to organize a personal prison break out of the limitations of the human condition, Gregory Charles is passing out keys to anyone who reads this book.

Rennie Davis
Foundation for Humanity and
Chicago 7 Member

"Gregory Charles has plumbed the depths of the human experience to a level few souls have dared to go. He brings wisdom and a rare authenticity to his work as a spiritual teacher, with a message of profound significance for the times in which we live."

Swami Brahmananda
(In The Lineage Of Swami Muktananda )

"Gregory has spoken at the university on a variety of topics. His knowledge and insight gives his perspective and opinions a power that opens up new ways of seeing the world. He always leaves everyone engaged, alive, and seeing with greater clarity the world and their lives and place in it. He uses humor, directness, wisdom, gentle support, and encouragement to guide participants toward their declared goals."

Glenda. D. Walden, Ph.D.
Instructor in Sociology, UC Boulder

"Life is becoming more twisted and surreal every day. Into this maelstrom appears the wizard Gregory Charles. He is a dreamer and visionary of high order, an urban shaman, mystical yet rational. His gift to 'see' how your genius can express is uncanny. His insights provide guidance you'll need during these weird times."

Bobby Richards
Hi-Tech Entrepreneur

"I was Head of Development for the Bank of Ireland and am now a self employed International Consultant. I want to thank you for your considerable input to where I am today. You gave me a new perspective on life and I haven't looked back since. People who know me well tell me I've become a new person. As well as work I have become much more open in relationships. I genuinely believe that you can add value for just about anyone in any situation."

Niall Crotty
International Consultant