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The Five-Year Experiment Has Reached the Critical Phase

The background noise in my head was negative. Maybe mantras could help me break the negative thinking habit. That was the beginning of the journey to facing my fear of silence. . . . → Read More: The Five-Year Experiment Has Reached the Critical Phase

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Toward a More Perfect Union

What if we get our heads together over here in the corner and redesign how the country works from the ground up? We can use the Constitution as a starting point and assume that there is a spark of useful perception in every point of view—however misguided any proposed solutions may seem to us. . . . → Read More: Toward a More Perfect Union

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Taliesin and the Mystery of Brewing Beer

“The desire of the moth for the star, Of the night for the morrow, The devotion to something afar From the sphere of our sorrow.” ―Percy Bysshe Shelley . . . → Read More: Taliesin and the Mystery of Brewing Beer

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Mistake 4: That I see what you see

If you know where this image came from, please let me know. I want to give credit where credit is due: both to the photographer and the architect.

Today I’d like to muse over interior experience, the nature of perception, and the nature of reality.

Sharks and duck-billed platypuses perceive electrical fields. Many species . . . → Read More: Mistake 4: That I see what you see

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Mistake 3: Believing there is TRUTH

There are profound truths (but not the whole TRUTH) in each system and I wonder whether deity (on an imaginary day of creation) tried first to present humanity with all understanding at once and all the little human brains exploded. . . . → Read More: Mistake 3: Believing there is TRUTH

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Mistake 2: Thinking that other people know what I need better than I do

When you’re a kid, you’re kinda stuck with the knowledge and wisdom of those older than you. Yet a lot of the time, that wisdom and knowledge is based on who they are/were which can be desperately different from who I am/was. . . . → Read More: Mistake 2: Thinking that other people know what I need better than I do

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The First of 12 Mistakes (Lies, Delusions) that Distract(ed) Me from Reality

With so many conflicting rules and descriptions of reality, I wondered how other people knew when which rules applied. (Perhaps this is one reason I took so enthusiastically to reading. Books were internally consistent.) I fell into the habit of trying to anticipate what would be expected of me at any given time. And I was wrong more often than not even with the few clues I accumulated over time. . . . → Read More: The First of 12 Mistakes (Lies, Delusions) that Distract(ed) Me from Reality

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Astrology: From Judgement to Compassion

Jinjer discovers there’s more to life than science and logic. Astrology cracks open her understanding of the nature of reality. . . . → Read More: Astrology: From Judgement to Compassion

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The Nature of Power, or, why Morticia Addams is My Role Model

The nature of power. . . . → Read More: The Nature of Power, or, why Morticia Addams is My Role Model

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Refocusing the Blog

It’s been a while since I’ve written a post. This is because, much though I love yoga, it’s been difficult to focus adequate attention on coming up with new things to say about yoga—especially since there are so many other really fine information sources out there. I will still post occasionally about yoga, but there . . . → Read More: Refocusing the Blog