They say Hard work Pays Off

But I think that this statement is wrong. I also tend towards working pretty hard. Paradox? Hold on. Hard work can pay off. Hard work might pay off. Hard work should pay off. We could add any number of modifiers to fix it, some that are reliably true, others that are...

The Inroads of Identity

Who you are is a dynamic, conglomerated heap of expectations generated in the center of ourselves…. The center that wants to be known, seen, held, respected, witnessed, honored. It is an image of the avatar you want to play in this game of life and duality. Most of...

The Power of Process

Sometimes you need it. Sometimes you don’t. Sometimes it’s six and one half and you know the saying. The processes I’m interested in are the ones of creation; the ones from which form the aspects of a world populated by manifesters. Creators with intentions and...

I Saw a Bird Yesterday…

…probably a robin or something equally prolific. It was darting past the window behind me, reflected in the mirror as I splashed water on my face to start the day. The water felt cool but somehow not as fulfilling as I had expected. Hallow maybe, or just not...

Let’s Have a Talk About Jealousy

This topic has been coming up a lot lately. It’s a sticky one that claws at us. Pulls our hearts green and makes them hard. Nothing seems to pollute a loving relationship as effectively as jealousy. What I am going to propose is probably edgy, especially if you’re...

Stories Set Us Free

When we share our stories with others there is a breaking of the rails and the lineage of an individual is amplified with the experiences of others. With access to the lives of others, we are no longer confined by the specifications of our own life, creativity,...

Navigating the Gap

How do you navigate situations where you’re experience and expertise is at odds with the logical world? First step: don’t panic. Second step: Keep stepping. There’s a considerable amount of intuition that needs to come into play here as well, but calling that a...

Swimming

I’m swimming in time-And through it-As the salmon slips the waterAs the sparrow cuts the breezeAs the wind cuts itself and whistles. In the space between momentsThere are more momentsComplete with remembranceComplete with recollectionComplete with all that we are. My...

Subjectivity: Assuming that the universe revolves around you as you yourself roll through space. It’s an easy mistake to make. Sensory input speaks volumes on the story in our minds about how the rest of the universe moves as we sit comfortably watching. But...

Value Comes and Value goes

Like the ebbing flow of the tides through coastal estuaries replete with all manner of life. It moves between ecosystems from individual to individual like some sort of global time share. Water in, water out. We measure it in all manner of ways, but the one that rules...