We Too Easily Forget That We Live In A Nearly Endless Universe
In our daily mundane lives it is entirely too easy to experience an amnesia as to our very limited placement in a nearly-endless universe.
Fear & Fantasy | The Magic of Beginnings
We tend to think dualistically of fear and fantasy; the two great opposing psychic forces that do battle for our higher focus…
Nature & The Illusion of Separation | Earth Day 2022
When were humans and our subsequent tools and creations separated from Nature?
The Death Of Meaning & Wonderment In The Mundane World
We have developed a society that prioritizes what works mechanically and functionally over meaningful experiences and routines; we have lost value in the meaning of things.
Are You Living Your Own Story?
We tend to think that we write and live out our own stories, but the reality is that as soon as we are born into this world we are thrust into a world of programs — some of which have existed and evolved with us throughout human history.
The Mythological Unfoldment of Self
Ancient and modern tales act as meta teachers, property of the collective unconsciousness, reminding us that all great stories involve the full spectrum of life’s offerings.
Is Mutual Understanding & Connection The Antidote to War? | Ken Wilber’s Message
I don’t have to agree with everything you say, but I should attempt at least to understand it, for the opposite of mutual understanding is, quite simply, war.” – Ken Wilber
Semi-Improvisational Solo Guitar Loop: Life Moves So Fast
This recording was made with what’s known as a loop pedal, which — once stomped — takes in portions of the guitar parts played and puts them on repeat.
You Were Not Born To Just Go To Work, Pay Bills, And Die
There are around 125 billion galaxies in the observable universe, each with 100 thousand million stars. The universe has a near-infinite potentiality for its expression of life. Yet we think we are locked in to only one rigid way of life?
Examining Our Perceptions | How Perceptions Get In The Way of Reality
s it possible for us to view something for what it is, or one another for who we really are — or are we really looking through the thick fog of our own perceptions and making out the rough shape of the thing that we think we see?