Nice to meet you.
Take some time to get to know me.

Tom Lancaster

I grew up being told I would do great things, but never what those things would be. Bullied at school and never knowing how to ‘fit in’, I only knew how to feel alone and unsafe, and spent most of my life battling depression, despite coming from a loving and caring home. The one thing I knew for certain was that I was here to have a huge impact, somehow.

I found healing in the great outdoors, starting when I learned to rock climb at 14. Natural environments provided a surrounding where the rules of family, school and work no longer applied. Where I was free to just be. Where my sense of destiny and purpose had space to breathe. An opportunity to constantly test my edge, and learn from what I discovered there. A deep spiritual connection to something bigger than myself.

I found fulfilment in the unknown.

Over the course of 25 years of adventures, and over 15 years of leadership and dedicated spiritual practice, I have come to realise that they are all the same thing. That you can’t have one without the other two. And all demand curiosity, courage, a willingness to be uncomfortable, and a desire to step into the unknown.

My greatest joy in life is seeing someone step into more. Becoming something they never thought was possible for them. Whether it’s learning a new skill, building a business, finding the relationship they’ve always yearned for, or simply discovering fulfilment in life, it’s what I live for.

I help unsatisfied over-achievers navigate the greatest adventure life has to offer – the journey home to themselves. I’ve spent my whole life in the unknown, making sense out of chaos, and I’ve learned to be comfortable in the liminal space, that magical space between here and there, between what was and what will be. 

A place where we leave behind what no longer serves us and become something new.

It is in this liminal space that magic can happen.

I’m your guide for stepping into the unknown and creating the life you’ve always dreamed of.

The point in youth, and at any point in life, is not to avoid trouble at all costs. The point is to find the right trouble to be in; for when in trouble we are closer to inner resources we did not know we had, and nearer to the knowing spirit that brought us to life in the first place

Michael Meade, The Genius Myth