Tag Archives: voluntary evolution

No Thoughts on Work and Soul Food

The Great Work is not social work. It is not artistic creation, much to the chagrin of my artistic self. It is not what I once thought it was. In fact it’s not anything I can think. Anything I can … Continue reading

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Tea, the Heart, My Path of Art

My life has always been full of magic. As a child I had visions and things happened that started me seeking answers to big questions. It has always seemed as though the Universe will have it no other way but … Continue reading

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Moving Into Stillness

Recently I’ve been keen on observation of thought response pattern and the sensations that are connected to these conditional thought habits. From an inner work perspective my learning in Flamenco has revealed much classified as emotion falls under this category … Continue reading

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Seeing

If I remember correctly, in one of Carlos Castaneda’s books that I read long ago, training was given in the art of seeing. Specific techniques were used to practice under certain circumstances with an aim to increase accessibility and awareness … Continue reading

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Sick of Scripture

When I tell people details of my memory recovery, there tends to be mouth opening, aghast, or a glaze over that stops further communication. I have received confirmation that has been helpful, because otherwise it could be crazy making. At … Continue reading

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Movement Into Heart Intelligence

In discussing an upcoming Journey show, I was reminded that there is a distinction between what I am calling heart intelligence and emotional intelligence. Emotional intelligence is applicable to the life of the machine. Having a wide emotional palette might … Continue reading

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Away From Hollywood

In this western culture there are strong stereotypical impressions of artists, actors, dancers, and musicians who live the life. The starving artist, the drug and/or angst ridden genius, the temperamental A type creator whose displays of alpha chest thumping are … Continue reading

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