After a long conversation with a fellow in the neighborhood, I ran to my keyboard to write about the disconnected thoughts and questions it evoked.
It must be quite hard for people who have not had to revisit much of their psychology, to understand those like me…
Some of you may have noticed I keep changing my themes and formats for this blog. This is because I myself am still in a somewhat intense period of learning and shape-shifting. All of us have many aspects. In different mediums, with different others, we take on different expressions. I happen to change a lot,Continue reading “changing on stage”
My reflection on 2017 is not complete without writing at least something about Twin Peaks: The Return.
First, credit due. At the end of 2016, there were just a few things I was totally sure about. I’d finished reading The Universe Has Your Back and had moved into A Course in Miracles. I’d begun to feel a release from integration work, and to be more forward looking, open to making new connections,Continue reading “Looking Back (2017)”
There are transformative, ‘holy instants’ happening all the time.
I have a dear friend, or believe that I do… someone I love from afar these days, unable to quite trace the steps back to where we left off. It was probably where the convenience and shallowness of Facebook entered the picture. FB should be renamed Time Suck and Deflection since, as it turns out,Continue reading “The Next Turn”
This year, I embarked on an adventure. Several constant patterns having dissipated, it felt like time to consider a few new areas of learning — the idea being that with further integration of the practices I’ve been working with for so long, and by letting in further related associations, there would come a better senseContinue reading “Disparate Stories”
The water lily you see in the photo was taken in the tended portion of an otherwise now stagnant garden that for most of my childhood had bustled with all manner of life. Bright blue crabs and slippery turtles would scuttle through layers of coral rock beneath the foliage, while peacocks wandered above on theContinue reading “unintended”
Kyoto, 2010 “Nothing real can be threatened. Nothing unreal exists. Herein lies the peace of God.”– A Course in Miracles