Musings on Science and the Akashics

startreesIt’s interesting to me to watch the scientific process, or at least as much of it as gets reported, as its reacting to and on this information age and the ongoing technology explosion. We’re taught to think of science as a linear progression, figuring out one piece of the puzzle which leads us to finding another piece and so on until we can see the entire picture.…Details

Time To Quit

If you can't do something smartI’m all about follow through.  Keeping your promises. Do what you say you will do. See things through to the end. All that stuff.  But like with most everything, too much of a good thing can be too much.  Life is not about absolutes and one size rarely fits all and sometimes not even some. …Details

Combating the Inner Critic

Permission to live a creative lifeFrom Big Magic: Creative Living Beyond Fear by Elizabeth Gilbert “I believe that this good kind of arrogance-this simple entitlement to exist, and therefore to express yourself-is the only weapon with which to combat the nasty dialogue that may automatically arise within your head whenever you get an artistic impulse.…Details

What’s To Be Done

Sea StarIt can be overwhelming. In our every increasingly global community where news is instantaneous and we are impacted by the tragedies of others both catastrophically natural and man-made we are faced with the challenge not of how to feel deeply, but who and what we should feel deeply for.…Details

Looking Beyond the Boundaries

Stone MosaicsPeople make structure out of chaos.  That’s what our highly developed brains are supposed to do.  It’s our one weapon for survival in this dangerous place we call home.  We have no fur to keep us warm when temperatures drop, we are slow-moving, we have no defensive weapons, we basically have our brains, opposable thumbs, and the ability to stand on our hind legs which is a minus when it comes to speed, but a plus in other areas. …Details