great love

Reading a book titled Gesture of Great Love, the newest in the Time Space Knowledge series by Tarthang Tulku. It’s quite a different tone from TSK (my ‘favorite’), and Immediately and refreshingly arrives at the necessary urgent tone for our times. It somehow also has a friendly feeling, similar to a book given to meContinue reading “great love”

gestures and thin moments

In line at the market, buying writing icing for the Congratulations cake we bought to mark successful getting of the big job by a family friend (intensive process they went through beforehand, getting a hotel to prep, for weeks, basically falling off-grid). An older gentleman looks back to ask if I’m in a hurry, gesturingContinue reading “gestures and thin moments”

Too Late (TSK Journal – 3)

I’ve been watching the effects of the letting go I’ve done this year so far, of ‘supports’ of a certain kind. Going down to once every-2-week therapy sessions is one thing. I definitely see the effects of that, because I do write more and try to lean out more into more public expressions of myContinue reading “Too Late (TSK Journal – 3)”

Compelling Patterns and Liberating Knowledge

“The fact and the particular character of a temporal series are entirely due to the view that is taken on Great Time. This does not exactly mean that time is a subjective phenomenon, because the ‘subject’ in a lower space is also a result of a particular ‘knowing’ of ‘Time’. But certainly, the observer’s egoContinue reading “Compelling Patterns and Liberating Knowledge”