“Hide and Seek — most of us
The late American poet T.C. Armstrong penned these words for and about Washuntara—he is: “a man who does not hide from life.”
A global citizen, Washuntara brings together a successful and thriving musical career with over three decades of service and spiritual leadership to the community. With an unforgettable voice and powerful songs, this vital Australian’s music, mirth, and message has garnered a grassroots following across the world.
Off stage, his innate ability to “meet people where they are,” finds him at work in the world, a Spiritual Educator, Mentor and Guide challenging people to wake up and reclaim the happiness in their lives. As co-founder of the international not-for-profit organization, “Circle of Men,” he has led the fight against social isolation and loneliness in men for thirty years. In response to the need for better communication between men and women, he created “He She We” relationship workshops that offer a rare opportunity to discover more deeply how the genders tick. Despite all the seriousness in life, as Washuntara says, “We don’t really grow up until we’ve had our first good belly laugh at ourselves!”
The name “Washuntara” means Fire and Strength. It comes from his peaceful Buddhist practice and is a testament to the grace and grit of a man whose life purpose is to “Co-create passionate, powerful and authentic lives that work.”