Friday, February 20, 2009


Hi. My name is Jane Smith. Once I was pretty much like most people. I was PA to the CEO of a company called IOU Solutions - a financial concern registered in the Cayman Islands. I "drove" a 1974 Suburu and once bought "Ironic". I lived in an apartment off the wrong end of the runway at the airport. My place was tiny, yet somehow still could get pretty untidy. Maybe that was why I never had any friends. I didn't have a boyfriend, but at weekends would go out to bars and haul back a man with all the personality of a clubbed seal.

In other words, I was in a mess and going nowhere.

So I did what any sensible girl would - I went somewhere. I maxed my credit card and flew to India to see if I could find out if I could find out what was missing from my existence.

There I met a great holy man and teacher called Kea, and learned about his philosophy of domestic interior design, shelving and storage, which literally saved my life. Kea believes that if we  properly organise our outer worlds, where we live, our inner spiritual worlds will take care of themselves. Or as he put it in his famous book and CD set "I, Kea" - 'Out is Good, then In is Good'. A pretty practical world-view for a guru, I think you'll agree.

On this blog I'll be telling you more about Kea and my adventures with him and his teachings, and soon you'll be able to read about it in my own picture book, called "Finding The Shelf Within".

Until then, my Blissings upon you all.