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New Novel
Out Now

"Who's the driver?" is the second part of the Road Gloria story.

Picking up where the story left off in Volume 1,  this novel takes a deeper look at the oceans of consciousness that we swim.


I love stories and the fact is we all have many of them. Stories about our past, stories about our family, friends, partners, even about our future. Sometimes they are true, sometimes they can get in the way of what is true and our first development is learning to tell the difference. But this is only the start.

My writing and my coaching sessions, are dedicated to that process of better understanding our story and how it plays out day to day.

Right now there is nothing more important than understanding where we fit in the grand scheme of things. There are so many answers swirling around the internet, in tea rooms, magazines, universities, on TV's and in bookstores but the reality is, real understanding, real settlement can only come from building a different relationship with ourselves. 

This site and my work are dedicated to that purpose.


Joel Levin
      - a deeper look at life

The Gift of

A selected range of illustrations from "SHORT STORIES FOR BIG QUESTIONS" are available as posters, canvases or



You can wear them, hang them on your walls or give them as gifts.

Each illustration carries its own powerful message and a reminder of our innate delicateness and power.

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Coaching Sessions

In Person, over the phone or on the internet, coaching sessions provide space for you to reflect, plan and implement new ways of tackling different situations. 

Yet, Joel's approach comes with a twist...

My writing and coaching is informed by some simple, yet ageless wisdom:


  1. There is more to us than just physical form;

  2. To understand ourselves we need to understand all of who we are;

  3. The essence of who we are is within and untouched by life, we just don't connect to it consistently enough;

  4. Our greatest source of tension and dis-ease can be traced back to the gap between what we live and who we are in truth. ​


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