Monthly Archives: December 2013

Lost in the Snowy White Limbo?

This is the time of year when we can wind down, go to the starry night within, and get a feeling of our human experience: contemplating this holographic, mathematical universe of which we are one tiny fraction, and yet the … Continue reading

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The Missing Fullness

“A life without love is a waste. ‘Should I look for spiritual love, or material, or physical love?’ Don’t ask yourself this question. Discrimination leads to discrimination. Love doesn’t need any name, category or definition. Love is a world itself. … Continue reading

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Did Charity Wander Off?

I remember walking down the boardwalk at Venice Beach, and seeing a woman sitting on the sidewalk with her two small children, holding a sign that asked for charity. It was shocking to me, as I felt, deep inside, the … Continue reading

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The Solstice Vibe

The season of peace, the solstice, the inward time, the feeling of the womb; there we know that night is equally as beautiful as day. When it is quiet, and dark, and we are together and trusting, heart-centered exchange of … Continue reading

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Let’s Help Light the Matrix

There are times, in my books and articles, when I talk about an external control system that many of us are aware of, and others are awakening to. I ask readers to examine how we are socially and culturally conditioned, … Continue reading

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