Know ye not that ye are Gods. ~ Moses (the dude, not the dog)

Thomas Merton to Aldous Huxley during their discussion about genuine & pseudo-mysticism:  What I would call a supernatural and mystical experience…has in it very essence some note of a direct spiritual contact of two liberties, a kind of flash or spark which ignites an intuition…plus something much more which I can only describe as “personal”,... Continue Reading →

I Don’t Know Jack

I really don't know jack about some shit.  What follows, naturally, is I don't know Jack Shit. In particular, I don't know Jack about a good bit of this otherwise-called "spiritual" stuff.  Some folks expect me to because I've chosen to add  the label of "healer" & "teacher" to the alphabet string after my last... Continue Reading →

Spiritual Naivety?

There are those who think of me as 'merely' naive when it comes to things of spirit.  Here, I ask they consider their own limitation of expression that appears bound by others' ideas & ideals. The string of logic posed by quite a few is that I've not studied spiritualism, metaphysics, any aspect of any... Continue Reading →

This Morning Say I AM You

When I woke up this morning, I felt my body pulsing in a manner not entirely my own.  It's not an unusual thing for me.  I always know I'm connected to you, he, she, that thing both within and without that connects us all.  It's not unusual for me to feel another's heartbeat alongside mine,... Continue Reading →

On being childlike

This post is inspired by two events last week.  The first involved a session with a new client; the second, a reminder from Panache Desai to play like a five-year old. On Saturday, a new client came to see me for a number of reasons--some shared, some not.  He happens to be an older gentleman,... Continue Reading →

Finding my voice

Simplicity seems to baffles many folks. Because we want to understaaand stuff.  The hows of stuff.  The whys of stuff.  How does it fit with what I think I already know?  Which box of life-data do I put this information in so that it makes sense to me? This concept has become stronger over the course... Continue Reading →

A Baby’s Hug

A Lesson on Judgement, Openness and Love sent by a friend via email and I thought it worth sharing!!  Thanks, Jackie! We were the only family with children in the restaurant. I sat Erik in a high chair and noticed everyone was quietly sitting and talking. Suddenly, Erik squealed with glee and said, 'Hi.' He... Continue Reading →

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