Greg Branson

Greg BransonGreg Branson arrived in London in 1973 and knew immediately that he had to develop as a trance medium. His early training was with Ivy Northage at the College of Psychic Studies, and later with Maisie Besant. Greg has done little public work, preferring to focus his abilities into developing the Helios Centre, a holistic healing charity which looks after people with serious illness, particularly HIV, and runs a healing school dedicated to developing new forms of healing appropriate for the Aquarian age.

Helios started in one room on Warren Street in 1976, and has since occupied a number of venues in the Camden & Islington area, the plushest of which was in a very grand Nash house on a ley line opposite Regents Park, and the least well appointed was a disused fire station in Finsbury Park. When we asked spirit why we were drawn to some of London′s least attractive areas, we were told that it is those that need the most help. And so, in 1992 we settled in Kings Cross, initially in a rather seedy environment.

Greg’s work has been highly innovative and well-regarded, and now he wishes to bring his understanding and expertise into a wider arena. To achieve this, he is intending to step down as the Director of the Helios Foundation to concentrate on the Maisie Besant Foundation, which is committed to bringing spiritual teachings and practices to a wider audience via workshops and the small publishing venture, the Eye of Gaza Press.

Mainly, he would describe himself as a kind of spiritual trouble shooter who goes to various places around the world clearing the blocked karmic energies that are there, and helping others to build up centres of light in those areas. He is currently concentrating his energies with the aim of setting up one such centre in Warnham, just West of Horsham, and another near to an old Lemurian site in the hills above Perth in Australia.