Tuesday, November 18th 2008, 2:30 PM Jackson/Reuters The prince of Bahrain shelled out $350,000 for a guru to help get the creative juices flowing for Michael Jackson. Jackson's guru, Tony Buzan LONDON - A sheikh subsidizing Michael Jackson spent almost $350,000 on a brain-power guru to help the singer's creative juices flow. "Mind-mapping and motivational guru" Tony Buzan came to Bahrain for a week at the singer's request, said Bankim Thanki, lawyer for Sheikh Abdulla bin Hamad al-Khalifa, who is suing Jackson for $7 million in a breach-of-contract case here. Buzan "did not come cheap," he noted in court today: Buzan charged $37,000 a session for a total of $343,000. "Who paid for that? Yes, Sheikh Abdulla," said Thanki. The 33-year-old sheikh - son of the king of Bahrain - alleges that Jackson took millions in advances from him but failed to deliver on contractually agreed projects, including an album, a "frankly personal" autobiography and a musical. Michael Jackson and a Bahraini sheik who sued him reached a deal Sunday to end the $7 million lawsuit, a spokeswoman said. The Gloved One was set to board a plane to London for a highly-anticipated court date set for today when his lawyers were able to nail down a deal. Sheikh spent $350K on Michael Jackson 'brain guru'