Consciousness

Clearing Cords – How Cathy Smoothed Her Groove Back

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Last week we covered the idea of grounding your energy, having your body synced in to the moment, rather than resonating from some other time - the There and Then.  It's a great habit to...

Birthday, April 14, 2010

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An image has come unbidden into my consciousness this week, and I've finally figured out why. I keep seeing Gale's steel-blue eyes smiling at me from above a pristine white surgical mask. He is...

What She Said

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She said, "I am the Power, I am the Shakti, I am creating a new earth. "I do not bring change in the old way, through your activism, politics, or religion. I am subtler and...

Your Opening: An Easter Poem

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The garden is not grateful to the gardener. The bud does not cry, 'Open me!' Darkness untangles threads of light without God's fingers, filaments of pollen spilling from the reckless void. The gardener is grateful to the garden. Only...

Anger, from the “JuBuSto” Perspective

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  Psychologists and psychiatrists are familiar with intense, pathological anger in the context of several types of personality disorder; for example, patients with Narcissistic Personality Disorder may exhibit so-called “humiliation rage” when their already fragile...

the path and the way

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The path and the way The ways the deer take are so clear and quiet feeling. That’s the way I go. I aimed for the river, Found the way, Hearing the water. Now to back track and make a path...

To the Great Unknown

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Julian Barnes’ Book Nothing to be Afraid of begins with these words: “I don’t believe in God, but I miss Him.” That’s how I’ve felt since seven years ago when I quite simply woke...

Are Wars Inevitable?

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"We've always had wars. Humans are a warring species. Without an army to defend us, someone will always try to conquer us." These assumptions have become axioms of our culture. They generate despair but also...

This I Believe: Beliefs Divide

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What I believe isn’t important.  The fact that I can put order to my thoughts, sort them into opinions and fan them into beliefs is hardly impressive.  In fact, such thinking is unavoidable.  It’s...

What We Talk About When We Talk About Meditation

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I talk about a lot of things with my friend Roxanne.  I was friends with her before she became a doctor and I'm friends with her still.  She listens more than she talks. A couple...