The Way

inner intelligence

The Way

Simon’s path in this life has shown him that self-realisation does not require that we relinquish the world, but rather, that we can grow and evolve even more quickly through our relationship and engagement with it.

“We are in an era of significant change in consciousness, and we need to realise that this isn’t about needing to go anywhere. It’s about right where you are… in the midst of the turmoil, in the midst of your family and in the midst of whatever is appearing for you in your life right now.”

Whilst he recognises the value for some in following certain spiritual systems and set teachings over long periods of time, or for certain stages in life, Simon does not believe in there being one path, or way for all. Over time, Simon has moved through working with various different spiritual and healing modalities, towards working without any.


Although Simon no longer teaches a system of practice, he still works with those tools of meditation, self-inquiry, contemplation, and prayer when called for.


He emphasises that awakening – of the heart and mind – is not linear.

“There is a risk of getting caught in spiritual systems. This happens because we worship the system and the modality, and not what the teachings are pointing to.”

What has become clear throughout his own journey and through journeying with others, is that everybody’s path is different and the only guidance that truly shows us the way, is that which comes from within intelligence itself.

“There is a great inner intelligence that knows the way, but many systems state you should do this, you should do that. It’s important that we learn to listen to the inner intelligence, which enables the individual to find their own way and discover their own spiritual autonomy. There is one path that is the most important and that is the path that you’re walking. This is the way.”

“The deep inner yearning within is love calling us back to itself, it is a call that will inspire and guide us home."

Simon Bailey

Simon does not often talk about himself and his past experiences, but recognises there will be value in this for those interested in journeying with him.

As we begin to listen to the deeper inner call of our being, we begin to realise that life is our greatest teacher. As we move through life we begin to glean the living wisdom.

Simon helps us connect to the wisdom within ourselves. Guiding us, to that which is available to all, but often seems inaccessible. The teachings happen in the field.