Brian was born in Detroit, Michigan on February 19, 1948, at 2:57 pm. He graduated from the University of Detroit Mercy with degrees in Philosophy and Religion in 1993 and 1996. After continuing his education at Windsor University in Canada he realized that his professors had no real experience with higher consciousness. Therefore, he realized he must continue his research on his own. He sent a one line resignation to the Philosophy department at Windsor University which simply said, “I do not need to do this anymore.”
Having had many mystical experiences before and after University study, he began to study more intensely the writings of Rudolph Steiner and Helena Blavatsky. Later, after he had understood the fundamental concepts of both Theosophy and Anthroposophy he moved on to other studies.
At John Madera Productions in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Brian worked as a musician, songwriter, and vocalist on several record labels, Columbia Records being the most prestigious. These were lean years financially, but full of spiritual experiences at the same time. They were both dark times and bright times.
Brian worked as an automotive designer and CAD instructor for General Motors, Ford, and Chrysler for twenty six years and several more years as software support person for Electronic Data Systems. It was at the culmination of all this experience that he was driven into Massage Therapy and Bodywork, first as a student and later as an instructor licensed by the State of Michigan.
It was the bodywork that made his spiritual mental acuity objective. Rather than mentally accenting to the fact that Chakras existed in the energy body and influenced the physical body, he was able to experience them first hand with his clients. This opened up a whole new world of study for him. Enlightenment is in many respects a subjective experience, even if it is first person. Working on living bodies with others gave the content of both second and third person witnesses. This objectified spirituality for him.
Today, he teaches seminars on spirituality with his wife Linda and also shares his work with the world through his writings. He believes that compassion is a choice, not a given. For those who reach the state of unity and non-dualism, realize that they do not have to help anyone. However, those who do decide to come back into incarnation for the sake of all sentient life are the greater souls between the two. This is the true path of the Bodhisattvas of Kindness. Eventually even the matter of this current dimension will be redeemed and transformed by the kind compassion of such beings. This in the most simplest of words is what Brian has learned and currently perceives.
Brian can be contacted at Brian@BrianJohnPiccolo.com.
Linda Fisher-Piccolo's Website can be found at by clicking her picture below.