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Tuesday, February 22, 2011


Awake inside the dream or maybe dreaming while awake. I can't help but feel many in this world are caught between realities. Buddhism describes those trapped within this dreamlike state as Hungry Ghosts.

Transfixed on the past hungry ghosts wander this world tormented by cravings of an incomprehensible emptiness related to the unfulfillable desire of correcting past events. Incapable of living now and appreciating what the moment has to offer, I believe we all go through this state at some point in our lives.

Change is the foundation of the everything.
To accept change is to accept all.
To accept all is to love.

Please wake up.

Wednesday, October 27, 2010


Everyone's handwriting is unique. An extension of the body used to secretly show the true thoughts of the person writing. Their feelings, their motives, their thoughts; a writer's subconscious may turn words crooked or tidier giving a hint or clue at what lies inside. Just as an artist places a bit of themselves in their work, so to do we as writers. Writing by hand is not just a transference of symbols directly from the mind's thoughts, there's a whole dimension to it regarding the actual craft of placing the graphite on paper.

A person's hand writing is a reflection of their soul.

Thursday, October 14, 2010

The Myth of Growing Up

No one truly grows up, we only learn how to act in public. Whether it be 14 or 44, you're still the same person throughout your life. Sure perception of the outer world changes, but the framework of the inner remains the same. Society in general infringes limitations that pander our behavior, thoughts, and emotions. As a human grows older it doesn't naturally change its behaviors or attitude, it only accepts the limitations society emphasizes in order to play an expected role.

Spend a good deal of time in isolation away from society and slowly the shackles that restrain truth and openness fall apart.

Thursday, October 7, 2010

Music & Life
Alan Watts narration over Matt Stone & Trey Parker animation, if you get the chance check out some of his other lectures / audios.

Wednesday, September 29, 2010


You are what you eat.

No part, no cell, no molecule is the same as it was when you were first conceived. Every bite taken, every breath breathed, every everything that goes into your body is metabolized and assimilated to form what is "you". From one moment to the next cells in the body die only to be quickly replaced as the cycle of a slow but continual rebirth as occurs. In this sense you are never finite, static for a only moment, one with the everything.

"Go ahead take a full breath, the Universe is generous. After all, you will give it back soon."
-Victor Littlebear
Please read some of his poems at

Friday, September 17, 2010


Luckily they live without their thoughts sifted and maintained by systematic reasoning and have a full direct perception of what the world truly is.

An excerpt from Kundalini Rising

"Each one of us has a set of gifts and skills that are perfect for the time, place, and relationships we find ourselves in. Imagine a world in which everyone did what they loved to do. Imagine there was an unlimited awareness in each of us for what those who are special to us need from us. Imagine that money was neither a priority nor a solution, and that the real priority in life was managing ourselves and our resources so that everyone is cared for. Imagine that instead of going to a corporate job each day, we simply met locally to find out what needed to be done that day, then did it." 

A greater awareness of mind, body, and other comes from the practitioning of knowledge gained through changes in perceptions who's origins are insignificant.