Bob Epperly


Welcome Message

Hi, my name is Bob, and I’m here to support you in your unfolding process. Over these last 8 years, I have found this work to offer an orientation to my life’s journey that energizes and enlivens me. My life has been filled with many blessings, and I have a strong desire to give back and help others.

I had a conventional life as a business and family man, until I was 50. At that time, I left my company of 30 years, and my wife and I moved to a new community where I had a new job and eventually became CEO. I started questioning many of my assumptions about life, and I initiated exploration of new directions including Landmark Education’s The Forum, work that I did intensively for three years. In hindsight I see that I was starting to change my focus from work to life broadly. I realized that my business success had also taken me from my family too many times and that at the core level there was never going to be enough external success to fill the emptiness I felt within me. I started to focus on that emptiness and feelings of being unlovable that developed very early in my life. I also renewed my interest in landscape photography, because I had always felt the presence of God in nature.

In 2012 I became interested in Waking Down and was on Saniel Bonder’s first Heart Team throughout 2013. During that time, I published, Growing Up After Fifty: From Exxon Executive to Spiritual Seeker. I continued unfoldment in this work when Trillium Awakening was formed, and my Whole Being Realization came in 2015. Trillium has helped me feel the acceptance I have yearned for since childhood and also to relate more meaningfully with others, seeing and enjoying their Divinity.

If you choose to work with me, I promise to hold a safe space for you, one in which you will feel free to share. I’ll be an active listener and will hold you and your unfolding life in my heart, reflecting what I see and feel in your sharing. In these ways, I will walk with you on your path of self-discovery as you work with your teachers.