Posts tagged: philosophers

“A magnet ever receives energy from the direction of its generation”

  This is true. I read this today when reviewing Dante’s perspective on desire and thought it a lovely illustration of the importance and worthiness of living true to our values. Our actions diligently describe our values far beyond what our heads ever tell us, although our minds sometimes disagree. There are activities we pursue […]

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Empyreance … I took the red pill

Do you know the whole story? … well enough of the story to feel satisfied in life? Those who know me are aware of my insatiable thirst for knowledge to teach, well right now I’m taking a breath in between bouts of discussions of neutrinos, quarks and Planck’s length (the raw material of everything), analysis […]

30 minutes of Wisdom … distilled for your consumption pleasure.

I’m at the Empyreance workshop this week with Dr John Demartini in Sydney. Currently he is my favourite (and only) teacher disseminating universal laws I’ve identified; ten days learning from the greatest by standing on the shoulders of giants. Quotes from Plato, Einstein, Keats, Anaximander, Freeman Dyson and many others massage our psyches creating relief, […]

Burning Man – 7 days in a desert …

Burning Man is a unique art-induced desert festival held once a year in Nevada. As I sit here on this comfy couch in an exquisite private hillside haven, the lighthouse of Byron Bay is winking its eye at me across a motionless ocean. The twinkling Milky Way shares it’s magic with occasional shooting stars and […]

Do you really want a more simple life?

Descent of the Species This is a story by David Eagleman from his awesome book, Sum, Forty tales from the afterlives. He has taken the concept of the afterlife and turned it on its head, offering a range of alternatives to life after death. This is one of my favourites and Trudi Woodier inspired me to […]

Can you live on 24 hours per day?

A recent post from Emily Gowor reminded me of this piece by Arnold Bennett. A great reminder about what we’re up to in our time … Philosophers have explained space… … they have not explained TIME. It is the inexplicable raw material of everything.  With it, all is possible, without it, nothing.  The supply of time […]