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Rebellion as Rebel Lions – Seeing in the Dark

I had a struggle with this title because there is so much to be said in the idea, which includes a journey to the Nether, which used to be a good thing. In Buddhism, the journey to the Void or... Continue Reading →

Cut and Paste Pushers

This post is part one of three: This one - Cut and Paste Pushers then Buzz Word Bull and Band Wagon Kidnappers (coming soon). Cut and paste pushers are active all day long and so many follow this drug without... Continue Reading →

Broken Hearts – Something other than what we think? Soul Contracts?

There is probably no one on earth who has not felt the pain of the loss of a loved one, a pet or even a thing, maybe a job or other changes in life. And, funny enough, (or not so... Continue Reading →

Thought Power, Being in Your Head and Spiritual Masters

Sure, we all know what 'being in our heads' implies, but I came across a statement yesterday that counter-bumped with a book I am reading. The Statement: "Most of us spend WAY too much time in our heads thinking and... Continue Reading →

Is the Modern Day Tower of Babel – Labels?

Naming everything might have been a great pastime for the last 2,000 years but what are the side-effects on how we think? Do we lose soul perception when labels and meanings (naming) takes over our lives? Can our soul's really... Continue Reading →

The Pyramid View

What does the pyramid represent for the ascending person's perspective? Is it only about reaching the top? There is an extended journey this article shares. The shape of a pyramid offers great metaphors for how we view things. Cultures besides... Continue Reading →

Unnecessary Visions

Have you ever wished the random thoughts in your head would cease? I had a good friend who taught me a new technique for shifting random thoughts in the mind to other thoughts that were worthy of contemplation. In other... Continue Reading →

The Inner Song

I love poetic writers. I'm not speaking of writers of poetry. Have you ever come across such artist's of words? I'm reading a book by  John O’Donohue, called, Anam Cara.  He offers a prime example of a tongue painting exquistic... Continue Reading →

The Ping and Pong in the Mind

Using a visual of the game of ping pong, one can get an idea of how the mind also has been trained to go back and forth relentlessly between this and that, this and that without thought to the many... Continue Reading →

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