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One Last Ride


I knew that when I began Tessera I would make lifelong friends.

Friends that I may or, would most likely never, meet in person.

But that was, and still is, okay with me.  Just making these connections has, and will always be, enough.

However, as with everything else in this physical life, all comes to a point of transformation.

That transformation came for our beloved fellow Tesserean Colin, on Dec 31st, 2015.

We had been friend for years, engaged in countless emails, and even talked over the phone.

He was, without a doubt, one of the most important and cherished people I met since I officially launched Tessera back in 2010.

He has purchased everything I’ve ever created, and supported me more than any other artist, speaker, or creator in my field.

For that, I am forever grateful.

Furthermore, his wisdom and reflections on my work (and no, not always easy to swallow), was priceless in helping me see the things I was too hard-headed to see myself.

Below I have attached an ebook that Colin wrote and hope it finds you well.

It’s the very least I can do for those of you who knew him, or have never met him.

I do however, still have countless photos of him and his motorcycle adventures which, I will cherish forever.

Lastly, death is not what it seems.

I know we hear this a lot, especially out of ignorance.

And yes, Colin and I talked about this a great deal.

But mark my words.  I’ve done too much work, experienced far too many breakthroughs upon my journey, not to know this as truth.

And soon, I will show you the exact model I am talking about with Oracle.

In the meantime, enjoy Colin’s ebook, and never lose the moment.


CLICK HERE for Colin’s Ebook (Meditation a Guide for Beginners)


Taken at Port Renfrew Vancouver Island. Colin’s Quote “This was taken from the last of several single lane wooden bridges on the way to Port Renfrew out on the west coast of Vancouver Island. I travel to this exact spot 15 to 20 times in a year and have never stopped to take a photo… a week ago I decided to do so.”


  1. Jan

    Absolutely beautiful. Thank you, Adam! – and Thank You Colin!! Grateful for all of this.

    • Adam King

      You’re very welcome Jan. It’s the least I can do.

  2. Sataly

    I will never forget Colin. From my perspective he was worldly wise and gentle. He was a compassionate challenger. He was sincere, honest and spoke from the truth in his heart while always honoring the path another chose. He lifted my spirits many times. I admired his courage in seeking all sorts of life experiences with insight, foresight and hindsight. And I always appreciated what he had to say. I hope we meet again on the other side.

  3. Angela Russell

    I recently read that the words someone writes have a timeless existence as the thoughts and energy of the author from the moment they are written. I like to think that Colin is timeless and his writings will keep a small part of him near us always. Though I knew him for such a short time I enjoyed his wit and wisdom and thought of him as quite an extraordinary person. He must have made an incredible impact on many people during his time here. I have missed him and appreciate the opportunity to read his words on something he valued. Thank you, Adam!

  4. Blackie

    I’ve known Colin since he was 17 and we have been very good friends since. We spent many ventures together in life. Colin was a Master in his own world.

    • Adam King

      Thank you for sharing that Blackie. I can’t imagine him back then. He was a great guy, is a great guy.
      Can’t tell you how much we got to know each other just over the last few years.
      Wish there were more like him, but am grateful to have known him for the short time I did.

  5. Jonnie

    I’m Colin’s sister and would like to thank everyone for their kind words and making my brother so welcome in your world. xo

    • Adam King

      It’s just amazing (and I’m grateful) to see you here.
      I can’t stop thinking of how much Colin could have never imagined us (all of us) coming together like this.

      It’s just way beyond the coolest thing I’ve experienced in a long time.
      Just…..ah… love with this moment.

      Thank you so much for making a post and coming forward.


  6. Margot

    Thank you for sharing this with us, Adam.

    I never met Colin in person and I don’t think I ever heard his voice. His observation didn’t need that, in most interactions he went right to the core (no wordplay, even though we met in CORE) of it. Many of his words had long echos or evoked true reflections. For that I will always be grateful.

    We stayed in touch, although we didn’t connect often, there was always depth. His last email to me is dated December 23rd, 2015 in which he shared his ideas about what he thought I should, could, create and share with the world. This is one of his suggestions. That suggestion also portraits Colin for me:

    Making Sense of the Personal Growth Experience: New Perspectives on Why We Feel the Need to Continually Grow and Improve When We are Already Exactly the Way We are Supposed to Be.

    We shared that insight. I take that suggestion to heart. Even though it may stay inside of the heart, the fact that he mentioned this, has impact on how I share what I share.

    Thus, indeed, we all live on. To begin within the people we touch… And I am grateful that Colin crossed my path, being exactly the way he was supposed to be…

    • Adam King

      That is a beautiful reflection. And he’s right, of course.

      He was helping us all right to the end.

      As for his voice, he had a surprising calm, professional, and masculine voice.

      All with the occasional “a” or “right on”, as he is Canadian after all. 🙂

      Thank you for sharing this too. It seems he spent those 48 hours (at least between the 22nd and 23rd) contacting a lot of us and offering support and suggestions.

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