Paul has previously worked as a professional musician and in business, where he helped a technology company grow annual revenues from £5m to £25m. Paul has always had a fascination with psychology and philosophy and during his time in business, came across the work of Sydney Banks. Since 2011, Paul has continued to immerse himself in learning and, as a result, has experienced profound changes in all areas of his life.
In 2014, Paul launched Innate Thought. Paul has a passion for helping others to rediscover themselves and achieve a sense of purpose and to realise peace of mind. Paul has since worked with people from all walks of life, from CEO’s to prison inmates, helping them to tap into their abundance of inspiration, presence and creativity.
Paul trained at the One Thought Institute (2013 to 2016) with Linda Pransky, Mara Gleason and Dr. Aaron Turner, along with a wider faculty of coaches, psychologists and psychiatrists. Initially as a student and then as a mentor to other trainee practitioners. Paul attended the Three Principles School on Salt Spring Island, Canada in 2017 and has also attended and spoken at many conferences and workshops.
Paul discovered a passion for painting in 2012, and now spends much of his time in his studio. Paul’s work is hung in private collections around the world and he has held two solo exhibitions in Fitzrovia, London. For more information visit: www.paullock-art.com
Paul has also worked with the pioneering social enterprise, Beyond Recovery who are changing the way the criminal justice system treats and views mental health and addiction. Paul has delivered programmes to hundreds of men in custody and to staff working in this often challenging environment.
Paul is married and has a daughter, who he will often cite as his greatest teacher!
“I have come to realise that psychological health isn’t something we have work to gain but something we can all uncover, regardless of our circumstances and pasts. It is our perceptions that create our individual realities, though our perceptions can only ever be subjective. Our lives can never be taken for granted, nothing is finite, yet it is so easy to assume an absolute reality. The most beautiful thing we can do is to realise the simplicity of life and who we truly are.”
A moment of insight and inspiration
– a new innate thought
Imagine… waking up and feeling more comfortable and confident being you…
Innate: natural, inborn, intuitive… A moment of insight and inspiration – innate thought
Live with a clearer, fresher and a more spacious mind…
Enjoy more inspiration, presence and happiness…
Feel more comfortable and confident being you…
Experience the freedom of mind and wonderment that you once felt as a child.