The Physics of Common Sense

I am re-posting this piece as it appears to have slipped through the net. Enjoy!   Validating one’s moment to moment experience is an important thing. It underpins our sense of identity, and has the power to either reinforce or destroy relationships, and I refer to all interrelationships with others. When our individual integrity is […]

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The Science of Common Sense

Validating one’s moment to moment experience is an important thing. It underpins our sense of identity, and has the power to either reinforce or destroy relationships, and I refer to all interrelationships with others. When our individual integrity is called into question a pivotal moment is created in which evaluative decisions are to be made, […]

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Ploughing Through Life

Life can feel a whole lot like shovelling snow sometimes. It’s cold, wet, and unforgiving. You need to push really hard against it to make any real headway, and all it really does is create obstacles in what should preferably be a clear and unhindered path. Why do we often make life so hard for […]

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The Silence of Possibility

Excerpt from my book – untitled as yet. * Thursday, 29 December 2016 – 10:49am It’s fascinating to me that as I re-read some of the Seth material that I first began reading twenty years ago that it mirrors almost exactly what I’ve been writing about of late. Perhaps it could be said that all […]

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I’m back… again.

Afternoon All! After a very long hiatus in blogging, I’ve decided once again that I should begin channeling my energies thusward by way of keeping my hand in the creative writing pot. I get a little slack from time to time, despite the fact that I love to write. But as you know, everyday life finds […]

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Green Card Day

Yesterday was Green Card Day. That is to say that after a year and a half since I began the process of immigrating to the USA I received my official permit to reside here. It had been left on the doorstep in a red, white and blue Special Delivery envelope. The postal workers are always […]

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The Pride of Venice

What light through yonder window breaks? The artifice of all that’s fake. An understated memory of love gone bad; The window now shuttered and ivy clad. Wherefore art thou young cavalier, That you should rent such grief from here? Fair Romieta; young Julio wandering woods so dark and strange, In search of freedoms not yet […]

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Transformation

Countless shadows pass before me and I am stark naked in front of bright fire, ready, entrenched in the moment as a seed in the earth waiting to spring forth, to break with conditioning and lamentable action. To cast aside the tides of chains that have tethered me and my kin to the soil that […]

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