He came across as irreverent and very funny, the vernacular more akin to a guy leaning against the bar in an old English pub than the robed monks of yore.
No longer was spirituality just for overly-serious and introverted men chanting over dusty prayer books while rubbing worn beads together.
He taught liberation and personal freedom.
Stuart was teaching about the invisible fields of control and how to escape them, twenty years before words like “the Matrix” were ever even heard of.
He taught about the inner worlds and actually showed people how to experience and perceive those dimensions for themselves.