-Do You Feel Like You’ve Lost Your Way? Are you trying to get back in the saddle but nothing is seeming to work? During times of great change and unpredictability, it is easy to become ungrounded and imbalanced. Often times it may feel that the more you attempt to get yourself back on track the more you seem to fall off the path. This can … Continue reading Breathe In, Hold, Breathe Out
It’s not going to be an easy road, which is why we have pushed it off, but the time is now…. Allow me to set the stage: The year is 2017, humanity lies at the crux of a third and assuredly final world war. The governments whom preside over the people have been hijacked by a band of psychopaths, hellbent on controlling not only every … Continue reading It is time to start waking up and taking this world back for ourselves!
Sometimes I like to cross my eyes and analyze the variances in the dual image. In doing this you break the automatic corrections your brain makes in its own interpretation of the dual information. The first things I notice are my left eye’s imagery has a much better resolution for detail, while my right seems to pick up a more vibrant pallet of color. My … Continue reading How limited eyes really are!
Look around you. Direct your gaze over towards the low hill of politicians and gamesmanship and tell me what you see. Liars. I’ll tell you what I see. I see toddlers in men’s suits, conning other toddlers into that painful fiction. I see grown men yelling across expensive tables loaded to the brim with complex law volumes the pages of which are as clean as … Continue reading We are reeling the liars in
The wedding day, 5th July Let the family make all the arrangement, For the day has come after several months of engagement. Let the Guests be welcomed, Let the decorations be made, For the day has come when relations will upgrade. Let the henna give its color, Let the face be bright, For the time has come when he’ll be the groom and She, the … Continue reading The wedding post, Part – 2
Hey my reflections, It’s been a while since I last wrote in these hallowed online pages. Why? Solely because I’ve felt too occupied in the present to want to reflect and be reminiscent. What’s new you ask? I got married. Still, have the stuff to do, but at least I am getting somewhere working on things with a strong focus. Overall, I’d say I’m in a … Continue reading It’s been awhile
We are all creators, every one of us creating and contributing our own portions of the universe in a homogenous single gallery of everything. Imagine yourselves as painters, and the world as our canvas. We paint our way through the world leaving behind our trail of work for others to come witness and discover. Your life is both an ongoing collection of personal deviation and … Continue reading Creators
In the beginning of the twentieth century, a peculiar stirring in the universe, one Salvador Dali. Born to Catalonian (community of Spain) parents in the north of Spain, Dali was the couple’s second. Their first had died prior to Dali’s birth, and it was into this bizarre situation of overshadowing that the young artist was thrown. Salvador Dali is perhaps best known for his work, … Continue reading Salvador Dalí and his Mystical world – Hard and Soft
The now-famous counterculture mystic Alan Watts has a funny phrase he uses to describe the kind of insincere, plastic progress we see popping up everywhere in display homes, shopping center refurbishments, “reality” television and so on. He calls this process the “Los-Angelization” of the world, referring of course to the excessive and desire-oriented urbanization of the American city of Los Angeles. I feel that we … Continue reading The Los-Angelization of Love
As I sit here with the wind rolling past my mountainside home, warm sun slowly reanimating the dormant insects and reptiles, first stirrings of cars in the distance; I am reminded of the pure and natural expression of the spiritual mind that can be found in the works of the Chinese sages of old. Simply put, the Tao is an unspeakable experience. It cannot be … Continue reading A tale of riverway