Akasha Think and Ervin Laszlo

I enjoy reading Ervin Laszlo, at least the books he’s written for the general public.  As a theoretical physicist working on the ToE (Theory of Everything) and a systems philosopher the details he works with go waaaayyy over my head.  However, what he’s working on, or to be more accurate, the results of his studies and that of dozens of other scientists from most other scientific disciplines is fascinating to me. …Details

Spend It All

This was written by a writer about writing, but I think it applies to all endeavors and life in general.   It’s something I try to live by everyday. “One of the few things I know about writing is this: spend it all, shoot it, play it, lose it, all, right away, every time. …Details

Holistic Healing through the Akashics

Beyond their surprise at the ease with which my students are able to access the Akashics in a meaningful and direct way, they are almost always surprised by the way they experience it because it’s never what they expect.  Most people on first working their consciously, myself included, tend to expect that it’s somewhat like going to a party at a friend’s house where you’ve never been to their house before. …Details

What Does That Mean?

Whether you are currently living a spiritually based life or not, everyone has experienced a moment when all the elements just come together, when a circumstance becomes a synchronicity, when some connection is made that is “too good to be true”, and then is done as abruptly as it started. …Details

Old Habits

Habits aren’t just something that we do, they are small bits of our identity.  They are part of the framework we have built our lives on and therefore not easy to change.  Life is a full body experience exploding with sensory input in every second, so much so that we need to shut off input for hours at a time not only to let our bodies recuperate, but to let our minds process everything we have felt and learned so that we can become. …Details

The Examined Life

I was on the phone (long ago in the landline days) with someone having an intense conversation. I don’t remember what it was about at this point just to show how amazingly relevant it was. However, in the middle of the conversation the line went dead.…Details

Going Into the Depths

There are some things about human beings that we have become amazingly distanced from due to civilization, urbanization, and mechanization.  The fact that we are mammals that prefer to live above ground, we are diurnal liking daytime and sunlight, and we are by nature social/herd animals who for safety and emotional well being live in groups. …Details

Liminal Space

One of the things which has drawn me to the writings of Charles De Lint is how he thinks of the movement between what we consider reality, and what lies beyond it.  His works of Urban Fantasy place the people and creatures of myth, legend, and story into our everyday lives and weave the connections giving us answers to “Why is that…?” and “What do we do now?”  I like that his characters are real, meaning flawed and living lives of decisions in the moment, making mistakes and correcting them and living…most of all living. …Details