It must be quite hard for people who have not had to revisit much of their psychology, to understand those like me…
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”
Finished a book today, titled Peaceful Revolution. This is a book I’ve had on my Kindle for well over a year, purchased in a thrill of finding Paul K. Chappell on social media after years of lightly asking around, something like, “Well, he’s a soldier with an interesting multiracial background, had a talk on Book TVContinue reading “Peaceful Revolution”
What has happened in my country is complex. Many are facing the reality that blind spots and complacency are sometimes not just shocking, but dangerous. The truly tender-hearted, who may have voted or not voted, who may have stood on one side or another but not taken seriously the threat of latent bigotry that isContinue reading “Here is What I Know, for today”
Have continued to attend the library meditation. Eyes open meditation in a group with others is a unique and powerful experience, not because anything unusual happens, but because you all are just there with what is. Although one couldn’t call the group secular, the meditations are, as is required. Usually there is a recording, andContinue reading “music alone”