In a previous post, I chose Jeb Birdman Corliss as an extreme case of ‘follow- your- passion’ type. As I roam the Blogocean, some bloggers choose to navigate the highs and lows of their lives through poetry, it is true from the comfort of their homes, but it does not mean that this endeavor is void of any risk. Continue reading
I wish I were like my neighbor, the fitness instructor
Craving beets, mangold and parsley cocktail splendor
And all things green for a fortnight detox on the rocks
She calls this festival: the chlorophyll paradise paradox
Yesterday, I told her spitefully that I have a secret to both
Have my cake and eat it too Continue reading
Disclaimer: may be disturbing for some viewers
Is Jeb Corliss suicidal? From the fate of his professional adventurers mates who were less lucky than he, I am inclined to say “yes”, I admit. Continue reading
Thanks for the gentlemanly challenge, Jim [ michal i may, and i mean may, know more than anticipated about Ic and the technology-friendly-growth concept in Heu and about timing, and letting little things be, and understanding pushing boundaries on ones own and on and on if thats enuf to make sense without comment-section capacity pusheding…]
short blog-work of long lives
i am always going nowadays, a work
in progress, and god seems to work that way.
and blogs are a life in progress,
and progress creates lives that way.
you are a life-blog at work
and I am a player of words working at
processing blogging life, in a way
that shows progress, like a life-roll, every day.
and god works in you.
and you progress along your way
playing and working, and blogging
to work at life processes. and that helps
lifes blog-roll of time moving always on, to stay.
by jim aldrich
This Be the Verse
They FU@%||*#@ you up, your mum and dad.
They may not mean to, but they do.
They fill you with the faults they had
And add some extra, just for you. Continue reading
Visualization is a potent tool for transformation. Don’t forget there are rules of practice (ethics and safety). I will probably write about these soon. I’ve written about the language of visualization common to the language of dreams (metaphors) in https://happyheuristics.wordpress.com/2012/12/04/metaphors-coaching-with-right-brain-modalities/.
Academic knowledge of the mystical and metaphysical, whether through spiritualism and the study of scriptures or through science cannot be fully satisfying per se, except for the scholar or theologian. For everyone else it would only carry more meaning if it did something for them. While it could have an affect through changing mind-set and outlook, behaviour and relationships, the ordinary common folk would want it to go further in changing the very circumstances of life. They would like it to put it to practice and participate through some activity that could prove beneficial. they would want the practice to help things happen in their lives not only spiritually but materially as well.
If the Upanishads speak of a grand unity of which we are an integral part, Scientists speak of Implicate Order and Morphogenetic fields, why can we not connect with this benevolent matrix which they say is full…
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