I'm Sean Patrick
An LGBTQ+, neurodiverse,
Somewhere between living-your-best-life & investigative journalism, you'll find Sean Patrick; a self-proclaimed knowledge seeker and soul searcher who researches positive psychology, philosophy and spirituality.
His research, The Healthy Resilient Individual, earned him both an MSc and membership to The British Psychological Society (BPS) whilst his award-winning memoir That Guy Who Loves The Universe climbed the spiritual book charts in both the UK and USA.
He has appeared on BBC World News and has been featured in Sunday Times, Daily Mail, Men’s Health & The Huffington Post.
( MSc, BPS )
Interview with Rev. Michael Beckwith (from The Secret)
Los Angeles, California
BBC World News
World Mental Health Day
Chill The F*ck Out is an upcoming four-part podcast series where Sean Patrick puts life’s supposed ‘pillars of wellbeing’ under the microscope to dissect which elements are useful, which are toxic, and overall, how much they really matter.
With interviews from leading experts, Sean explores the platitudes of personal growth, the pressure to be positive, the illusion of enlightenment illusion and the struggle to find a single life purpose.
The Healthy Resilient Induvial is a psychological research study that explores new knowledge in the field of positive psychology by investigating the relationship between spiritual intelligence (SQ), emotional intelligence (EQ), mindfulness & Flourishing. 111 participants took part in this research, mostly those living in the UK or USA and thus further cross-cultural differences we anayzied.
The Healthy Resilient Individual
The relationship between spiritual intelligence,
emotional intelligence, mindfulness, and flourishing
&THAT GUY WHO
LOVES THE UNIVERSE
That Guy Who Loves The Universe
A Modern Tale of Setbacks, Second Changes
& Spiritual Enlightenment
In this award-winning spiritual exploration, anxiety-ridden twenty-something Sean Patrick takes an extended trip to Hong Kong hoping to make peace with his mind and track down inner peace. He soon finds himself amoughst unfamiliar religious rituals, swimming in the ocean at midnight and discovering supposed enlightenment in the most unlikely of places.