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Vibrations of Life

VIBRATIONS OF LIFE REQUIRE MORE THAN 140 STROKES ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~  What I have to write about today cannot be written in 140 keystrokes. Experiencing the richness and depth within us, which connects us to the vibration of life that exists in all of us, requires more than the way most people normally communicate in 2014. Not… Read more »

Reflections on the Yellow Wood

I am aware that I have been in a reflective period for a while, as probably is the case for most of us when things like Medicare and Social Security, which used to be something for old people, are no longer on the horizon but are, or are soon will be, crossing the threshold of… Read more »

WHAT IS LOVE? PERHAPS IT CAN B E FOUND IN 11:11

Language has become the most common way for our species to explain experience; however when we attempt to use words to explain the most meaningful experiences, words, too often, fall short of communicating the wholeness of the experience and are more like splintered, shattered, and scattered shards of a reflection in a mirror. Because LOVE… Read more »

Articles Focus on Self Discovery

Whether the articles below are true stories from my life, like Samuel’s Gift or Darling Darla the Dragonfly, are Blog style articles such as Impending Doom, Mirror of Evil, or Letting Go of Financial fear…or more academically oriented articles such as Heuristic Self-Search Inquiry, what all the articles have in common is they provide pathways… Read more »

Your House as a Prison

  Hugh Laurie played the role of tormented, but brilliant, medical doctor, Gregory House, on the 8-year television series, House. His character suffered from unrelenting, nearly unbearable physical pain because of a medical misdiagnosis that resulted in part of his leg tissue dying and soon thereafter being cut out while he was in a coma. The… Read more »

REFLECTIONS ON THE YELLOW WOOD

I am aware that I have been in a reflective period for a while, as probably is the case for most of us who are a part of the circa baby-boom generation when things like Medicare and Social Security, which used to be something for old people, are no longer on the horizon but are,… Read more »

Heuristic Researach: A Review and Critique of the Moustakas Method

Heuristic Research: A Review and Critique of Moustakas’ Method   The Last Frontier The idea of investigating the last frontier may create images of climbing to the heights of rugged mountain peaks or exploring the depths of the ocean’s floor, of developing far more powerful telescopes to peer into the farthest reaches of outer space… Read more »

Suicide and Ropes

I had been drawn to a discussion stream on the Linkedin Website under the Spirituality and Consciousness group heading. The discussion had to do with suicide. A member had experienced having a brother who committed suicide and wished to talk about it with others because she still carried pain and depression from what had happened…. Read more »

Laura Died at 96

  My mother died one week ago, today. She slipped away in her sleep a few minutes after 3:30 in the afternoon Pacific Time on October 12, 2012. One of her last statements was, “My bags are packed and I am ready to go, but the plane has not come for me, yet.” Not long… Read more »

Genetic Darkness

By Dr. Sandy Sela-Smith      If it is true that our essence is something that exists beyond physical limitations, eternal, or connected to the eternal…spiritual beings having a physical experience…where has the darkness come from that seems to permeate nearly every front of our individual and collective experience? Whether we want to admit it or… Read more »