Posts tagged: raw material of life

The Integratron… soaked through the skin in a Sound Bath

The other day Erin and I went on an adventure to Joshua Tree which is a small town in the Mojave desert about 3 hours drive east of Los Angeles. One of our primary intentions for the weekend was to visit an unusual building called the Integratron for a sound bath. The structure of the […]

How you can change time with your mind

Depending on your level of magnification, events are happening at considerably differing speeds.  Knowing and appreciating this can alleviate suffering at many levels. From where we are as humans, when we look at one lifetime of about 70-80 years that probably seems like a long time. That same period in the context of biology to […]

Sunday June 30th, 2013 in , , , | No Comments »

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 […]

Play Hide-and-Seek with me …

“God also likes to play hide-and-seek, but because there is nothing outside God, he has no one but himself to play with. But he gets over this difficulty by pretending that he is not himself. This is his way of hiding from himself. He pretends that he is you and I and all the people […]

Wednesday March 28th, 2012 in , , | No Comments »

Your best friend and worst enemy … are the SAME person

There’s somebody you see every day, but chances are you don’t think you know them very well. You probably don’t think of them as a friend and to be honest, you often treat them worse than any enemy. You talk to them interminably, but frequently only to chastise, berate or criticise their behaviour, the way […]

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 […]