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Interview with Ron Young (part 1)


This is a transcript of an interview with Ron Young from 《綠色心靈力量》- EP158 at sourcewadio. He shares about about the healers he's worked with and his experience with healing chronic illness.

Source: Sourcewadio 《綠色心靈力量》- Episode 158

Aired : 11 June, 2018

Hosted by: Dr. Simon Chau, with Hofan Chau

Guest: Ron Young

Transcript of Interview #1 with Ron Young 

Simon: Hello Ron, Welcome to Hong Kong. Well, here at Villa Paloma we have Ron. our visitor, and Hofan. Both Hofan and me joined Ron’s class a few months ago. Ron, this is your first visit to Hong Kong. How do you find the audience in Hong Kong as opposed to the audience in the mainland or Taiwan?

Ron: Well the audience that comes to me is seeking to understand themselves spiritually very deeply, and they’re very sincere. And they’re working very deeply to use their hearts in their life and their work.

Simon: And compared to other parts of China?

Ron: Well, normally the people coming to me wherever I am are very serious in seeking their inner self.

Simon: That’s what you found.

Ron: Yes.

Simon: How would you like to be described? Are you a healer, or a teacher, a meditation master… which label do you like?

Ron: One of the teachers used the term ‘brother guide’, so that for me works. And he was, what many people considered… he was born enlightened. But he only called himself ‘brother guide.’ So that works for me.

Simon: So you would like to be seen as a guide.

Ron: Yes, just a guide. I’m there to assist people into their pathway. Everyone has a different pathway. My teachers were very good in that they worked with each one in their development. They didn’t try to make everybody just like them. That’s a good teacher. A bad teacher is ‘you copy me, you do what I do, say what I say.’ And that’s a bad teacher, because no one gets to get their inner voice into the world or the gifts they were born with to give to humanity. And every path way is very different.

Simon: You mentioned teachers. One thing I noticed that you’re different from other masters I’ve met is [that] you followed various teachers in different stages of your life so far.

Ron: Well, they were all, you know, I had different teachers who worked with me for literally thousands of hours, developing me. Some of them worked simultaneously in the same week and months and years, and some of them were overlapping. But I saw it as a movement of one consciousness. You could say that there was one being present through the many. Because they each had different gifts, and different offerings to me to develop me and the different aspects of me. I considered them Masters, a number of them were quite famous in the world. So I prefer the term ‘brother guide’ or ‘guide’ as opposed to ‘Master’. Because I see them in their extreme in the Mastership that they lived and maintained, 24 hours, day and night. Hilda Charlton would take her thumb and put it on your forehead for one second, and you go to the doctor and the cancer is gone. Daskalos who was known as Stylianos Atteshlis, he was in Cyprus. There is a book called The Magus of Strovolos, you can read it in English. He was called Daskolos, which means ‘teacher.’ He would look at you and say, “You have no disease, go!” And you would be yelling at him that you had a disease. And then you would go to the doctor and then find that you had no disease. So that’s a Master level of conscious – beholding the source within you without humanity of disease or illness out of time and space and bringing that reality to every cell. It's beautiful and it opens your mind very deeply.

Simon: You mentioned that you are working as a guide, leading people to a higher level of consciousness in their lives. What do you do to them to achieve this?

Ron: I tell a lot of jokes. (laughs) I’m joking… but I do tell a lot of jokes. The main thing when you’re working with people, the job is to empower people. If you have students, your work is to recognize who they are through their spiritual nature and to hold that as a reality. Not their personality. And then they move right into that. You empower them to take their place in the creative consciousness with authority, to step out of their victim consciousness, out of their emotional collapses and abandonment and guilt and fear and shame. And to learn to work to hold the field, and to bring the creative field, the spiritual field into life and to live that during the day. My teachers would tell you that you have your morning meditation, and you have your evening meditations. But the big meditation is all day long. And so to realise your destiny, literally you're learning to bring the heaven root to the earth and stabilize it. Most spiritual practitioners and most paths cannot stabilize it. They get a lot of highs and lows -- a lots of peaks and valleys in their practice. And this work you're learning to stabilize the field so you’re working to maintain the creative field. So many times, whether I’m working with the seriously ill, or creative people. I worked with many, say for instance in the States, screenplay writers, playwrights, musicians, classical musicians. They all won top awards in their fields using this work. At the same time, [in] education, I’ve trained students to study using this work. And instead of studying seven hours a day they study a half hour up to a maximum an hour and a half. And they have perfect grades. I have people graduate in Europe four years of university – eighty exams in four years, and then in one year, perfect grades. Right now I have a young man in one of the top schools in America, he has perfect grades, he studies a half hour a week. So you know, it’s applicable to everything. But most of all you have to apply it to yourself.

Hofan: Yeah, one of the things I’ve really learned in your workshop is to really see the sacred in the other person. And then to see the sacred in yourself.

Ron: Yeah. That’s right.

Hofan: And I was like, wow!

Ron: Right, but you have the utmost respect. Because what happens for the human being is that we’re always seeing our self in everybody else. And so you never really get to see the person. And in that way there’s no respect. There’s no respect for you as a person, yourself. So you can’t see another human being. You can’t love or see them, you can’t love and respect them. And that’s something that needs to start from your own sense of self and boundary. Again, most spiritual people do not have a sense of boundary. Their immediacy is the other person. They feel how the other person is, they have a solution for the other person immediately, but everything is through their own field, their own experience. Which means they’re not seeing the other person. You have to step back and t