Tag Archive | conditioning

Cat Mastery: Felines teach detachment, surrender, trust, the importance of freedom

Cat Mastery: Felines teach detachment, surrender, trust, the importance of freedom


Dearest readers, When the student is ready, the cat will appear. In my case, on October 1, 2019, a 4 month old male kitten, Titi Snowth, showed up on my patio, hungry. I took pity and started feeding him once a day, promising myself I wouldn’t get too invested. I don’t usually feed wild animals. […]

The Secret Truth that Sets You Free

The Secret Truth that Sets You Free


Dearest readers, Over 2000 years ago, a man called Yeshua talked about a truth that would set humanity free. Yet to this day, it seems like very few humans have truly gotten the message and have applied it to their lives. Yeshua, or Jesus, was a master of consciousness. Some call him a master of […]

Women and self-love

Women and self-love


Dearest readers, Why is it so easy to love a dog, a cat, a flower, even a dress, a tree but so hard to love yourself? Why are humans so hard to love? Women always talk about looking for love, but love is not something that exists outside of self. The nature of reality is […]

The Awakening: Free Will and the Purpose of Fear


Hello dear readers! If you are among the awakened, then you know that we are now breathing in the pure energy of 2017, a new cycle which promotes human creativity in an atmosphere of elevated benevolence and support. If you are just beginning to awaken, then this post may be of crucial help to you. Dear […]

The importance of sharing our talents


Hello readers, This blog is about the nature of reality. What we are taught as children often forms lifelong beliefs which condition us into either a life of creativity and joy or a life of toil dominated consciously or unconsciously by fear and anxiety. In America, we are taught to think about personal power in a certain […]

Paying guesses (a poem)


A crooked lady lived in a crooked house in a crooked land among those hills lay towns where good money was paid for the graces, ticking days, living flesh of inmates in this land, the dead were sold for profit and the souls of the poor and neglected did not matter disposable crooked almost zombies […]

Terror and Pain: Cultures and Shadows


Hello readers, The other day I was listening to NPR (National Public Radio), and a reporter commented on the irony of the fact that the recent measles outbreak in southern California began at Disney World, a place from which all shadows and darkness have been banned.  The sunny and optimistic outlook seemingly characteristic of American […]

Experience of the real and NDEs (Near Death Experiences)


Hello readers, I’ve never personally been through an NDE (though I’ve had a few close calls in my life!)…but I’m fascinated with all explorations and perception of the real…and the limits of human experience, including intuition and extra-sensual experiences.  What does it mean to be human?  What does it mean to be alive?  How are […]

miss-seen (a poem)


roots broken into shrunk wrapped bubbles harvesting water from the pool of  a half-evaporated puddle my eyes, my skin take in the view through the lense of a partially shed tear… tearing my gaze from that misshapen tree I happen upon a clod of earth, no bread, no paper its form calling my attention to […]

Love and Being (in a physical body)


Hello readers, I suppose I am moderately obsessed with trying to understand my purpose in life.  This nagging feeling that I have something important that I must contribute keeps me from being contented at simply functioning as an employee.  Currently, I am reading a book about astral projection – or being in the real through […]

Some Thoughts on the Power of Fear and Negativity…and How to Go Beyond


Hello readers, While I was rinsing some beans at my kitchen sink the other evening, the thought came into my mind that the many stressful challenges and “negative” experiences that have peppered my life were expressly chosen by me before coming to this Earth and this lifetime for a specific purpose.  I often wonder why […]