Manifesting your partner The first thing to note is that if you reflect neediness, you’ll get someone as needy as what you resonate as. This leads to problems in relationships – dependent relationships can be very draining on both sides. If you express abundance, you’ll get a partner who is as abundant as you are. It’s literally one of the most visible ways in which … Continue reading Here’s Valentine’s special.
All too often we focus on the negative aspects and problems in society. Although it’s important to address many of these subjects it is equally important to acknowledge the good in the world. Like raising a child discipline is a necessity but is only effective when paired with support, expressed appreciation, and praise. For this reason I’m deciding to write out my adoration for humanity. … Continue reading I Have Full Faith In Humanity ❤
“Being mindful is not a matter of thinking more clearly about experience; it is the act of experiencing more clearly.” – Sam Harris Most of the stress we face in our lives is due to habitual, reflexive thought patterns. These thought patterns are not useful or productive and often lead to distress and anxiety. One way to free yourself from destructive thought patterns is to … Continue reading Thought observer
Stop Trying To Wake Up The World: A message to the newly awakened. If you are on a journey of self enlightenment like me you’ve probably fallen into this trap: However it manifests you find yourself in tune with the universe/God, and it just feels fucking amazing. It feels so good in fact you want to share it with everyone. You look at the world … Continue reading “The Big Bubble” the universe
What are some of the common factors between religious beliefs, modern literature and thought, mythology and existence itself? Let’s talk fundamentals. Perhaps the most obvious motif common to most religious and philosophical traditions is the black/white, on/off binary flop. The symbol of the Tao is a good visual metaphor. All opposites mutually arise, all phenomena mutually depends on all other phenomena. Other examples of this … Continue reading The great game: Human beings, God and Dualism
Big mind, singing mind, mind without border or limit, spread edge-ways across the observable universe, moss growing silently on rocky plateau in the Andes, tree frog glistens, croaks song in the Amazon night, love of mother penguin for chicklet in freezing Arctic the first rubs of Cicadas wings after seventeen years of hibernation, ecstatic lovemaking in the insect kingdom, the lights on Fifth Avenue shift … Continue reading Can I sing to You?
-Introduction: Today’s lesson is designed to give you access to a larger portion of your consciousness you likely never knew you had. Modern science claims at least 96% of the universe is completely invisible to our perception. We don’t know what this 96% is but we’ve deduced mathematically, according to our current cosmic models that it has to be there in order for the universe … Continue reading Look deeper With Your Mind, Not Your Eyes.
I have been mulling over the rhythmic content of human speech and poetry and have come to some tentative conclusions. When we speak and use rhythmic expression, we are stroking the nervous system into a new vibration pattern using the breath and the force of sound. It is my starting assumption that basically the cosmos is a vibratory phenomenon, that it is form in motion, … Continue reading Rhythm and Poetry
“Don’t give yourselves to these unnatural men — machine men with machine minds and machine hearts! You are not machines! You are not cattle! You are men!” – Charlie Chaplin — What we need as a culture, as a species, is ego dissolution. We have been sold this idea that we are our egos, we are our image of ourselves, that we are isolated somewhere … Continue reading Culture and Ego
Big mind, singing mind, mind without border or limit, spread edge ways across the observable universe, moss growing silently on rocky plateau in the Andes, tree frog glistens, croaks song in the Amazon night, love of mother penguin for chicklet in freezing Arctic the first rubs of Cicadas wings after seventeen years of hibernation, ecstatic lovemaking in the insect kingdom, the lights on Fifth Avenue … Continue reading A Song for Autumn