A Short History:
The Ashton Wylie Charitable Trust was established following the death of Ashton Wylie in 1999. Ashton Wylie, an Auckland businessman, was a philanthropist with a wide range of interest particularly in the area of spirituality, personal development and positive relationships. Read More »
Of his many interests, Ashton singled out the "purpose of assisting people to become more perfectly loving" to be the principal purpose of the AWCT.
These instructions have been formalised into the AWCT Objectives.
About the Trust
The Ashton Wylie Charitable Trusts was established in 1999 with the objectives to:
- Educate and assist people in New Zealand to become more perfectly loving in accordance with the nature of God.
- Educate and assist people in New Zealand by providing inner empowerment to disintegrate fear and related negative activities and qualities in their lives by the activity of bringing the creative quality of love and relating positive activities and qualities (such as deep breathing, experiencing nature, caring, consideration, compassion and understanding) into their experience of negativity.
- Educate and assist people in New Zealand to disintegrate the negativity arising from other people with whom they are in relationship by bringing into their experience the quality of compassion and understanding (or unconditional love) of such people with whom they are in relationship.
- Educate and assist people in New Zealand, to better understand the nature of God and in the process to receive inner personal empowerment.
- Promote in New Zealand such other purpose or purposes which are, in the opinion of the Trustees, as near as practicable to the aforesaid purposes.
Adonia Wylie the widow of Ashton Wylie shared his passionate interest in spiritual evolution. Adonia is a
Reiki Master, a Body Electronics Teacher, a Theta Healer and is a clairvoyant and clairaudient spiritual healer.
She is the author of the book "Power" Our Evolutionary Path to the Divine Creative Field.
Roger Booth is Associate Professor of Immunology and Health Psychology, Academic Director of the School of Medical Sciences and Deputy Director of the Medical Programme at The University of Auckland. As well as conducting research into the health consequences of mind-body relationships, Roger has a passion for teaching. He has received both faculty and university distinguished teaching awards, and teaches widely within the University in medicine, pharmacy, nursing and science undergraduate and postgraduate programmes.