Tag Archive | imagination

Art and healing the collective body: reconfiguring controversial public art


Dearest readers, A friend and very talented and compassionate fellow writer recently shared with me the fascinating and horrifying true story of her ancestor, Massachusetts Puritan Hannah Duston (1657-1736). Hannah Duston has been commemorated and was at one time celebrated for her brutal and vengeful acts of scalping and murdering in their sleep 10 Native […]

Creativity in the time of COVID-19: Why be creative only in times of crisis?

Creativity in the time of COVID-19: Why be creative only in times of crisis?


Dearest readers, I celebrated (in my own way) my 53rd birthday this April 4th. 4/4/2020 is said to be the day of perfect balance in the year of perfect balance. Although the world seems chaotic these days, we are clearly shifting in the physical or most dense areas of life on Earth to a new […]

Triggered: Healing codependency through the ascension process

Triggered: Healing codependency through the ascension process


  Dearest readers, Do you feel like the number of times that you are emotionally triggered has increased over the last few years, months, even days? If you do, you are not alone. The ascension process is a gradual awakening of the human being, and a transition or healing process as well, taking us from […]

Playing with toys to channel higher self

Playing with toys to channel higher self


Dearest readers, There are many ways to connect to your subconscious mind, intuition, and what New Age teachings call your “higher self”. Today, many people publish YouTube or Facebook videos, blogs, vlogs, and charge money for personal or group sessions to either share channeled information or to assist others in their personal development and awakening […]

Trust, freedom, and power: the price of conditional love

Trust, freedom, and power: the price of conditional love


  Dearest readers, I’ve been musing about belonging and freedom. Naturally, we should be easily able to be part of a family or group and also maintain our individuality. At least it seems simple on the surface. Thousands of years of conditional love have robbed us of our spontaneity, our ability to love self and […]

People, power and the end of worship


s  Dearest readers, When I first began this blog, it was the intuition that reality is not at all what it appears to be which motivated my desire to explore human consciousness and the nature of reality. As it turns out, my explorations of reality have brought me on an ever more inward spiral through […]

Creating realities that support joy


Dearest readers, I was just thinking about how we, as human parents, try to extend childhood for our kids. It wasn’t always like this, and in many places it still isn’t. Children work and are even slaves in many places around the world today. But the point I would like to make is this: the […]

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 […]

Artistic expression and the immune system


Dear readers, Arts programs are the first to be cut from school budgets when the economy is tanking, yet the arts are extremely important for our minds, hearts, and even our health. Artistic creation includes an exploration of the unconscious mind, which is a collection of energies, positive and negative. Artists seek to create harmonies […]

Coming Soon: The Fall of Big Pharma & the Rise of Natural, Intuitive, Self Healing


Dear readers, We live in a very special time, and we are playing an important role in an unprecedented rise in consciousness of the human species. This is a momentous event. Humanity has lived in brutality, darkness, and chaos for its entire short history, with brief moments of beauty and small pockets of evolved awareness along […]

Survival or success?


Dear readers, Some of you may know, and some may not yet have noticed, but today we are living in a very special time of great change and great opportunities for self-mastery. Until very recently, survival was the best we could muster, and only few were either handed an artificial form of success based on […]

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 […]

When the Chair Came (an original short story)


Sheltering shadows from the outstretched arms of the evergreen provided a protective umbrella from the harsh August sun.  Abella cultivated her mind alongside her shade garden, protective of her privacy and of her plants. The branches of the tree flexed with their own weight, causing the outermost tips of the slender bark-covered fingers to touch […]

Krill: A Short Story


The beach was littered with glass eyes.  Not the kind that fit into the orbits of human skulls, but rather the type that look like buttons adorning the faces of ragdolls.  Seagulls homed in on the sandy strip, lunging for tender tidbits of raw flesh, hoping to satisfy their cavernous appetites. The air was calm […]

Beloved Connection: Scamming for Affection and other Modern Past-times


Hello readers, Each time I visit my blog, I check the statistics page to see how many people from how many countries have visited.  It touches my heart and amazes me that, so far, at least one person from 56 different countries from all over our Earth have at least peeked at my blog.  I get […]

Cavewoman with Potatoes: a drawing


Balancing the masculine and feminine


My motivation for starting this blog is my observation that people around me seem to be seeking happiness, or a sense of purpose for their lives in the wrong places.  Being human involves a lot a suffering, and  suffering is necessary for growth.  Growth means maturity – taking responsibility for who we are as a […]