“You need to be as mad as a hatter”

The question is: Do you see your beliefs, or do your beliefs tell you what to see?

As you read, remember…

Every word written is metaphorical, there are no absolutes. I do not “believe in” anything, I merely consider the plausibility of all things and make applicable, the assumption, as it renders itself necessary at any given moment. I allow momentary convictions room to breathe and give my mind permission to be malleable. For the great mystery is unknown to those that know it and known to those that know it not.

EtymologyFear
January 25, 2021

The Wise Ones

Human superstitions are absurd! How ridiculously disgusting can we be with our tiny boxed, fear-based, monkey minds? I'm going to go off on the literal interpretation of the word and concept of "witch" for the moment. If anything, the "witches" or "wicchis" of the world should be revered, not feared.…
Philosophical
September 16, 2020

The Science Of Prayer

The science of prayer as seen through the lens of quantum physics... Prayer = intentions that increase the statistical likelihood of the collapse of a wave function along predictable probability amplitudes. Definition of prayer: a formula or sequence of words. Therefore, with the elimination of programming, judgment, and fear, we…
Philosophical
December 2, 2016

Empty Mind

Empty your mind, make space for something new. When someone asks you to describe yourself, what comes to mind? Most of us will reach for the defaults: I’m nice, kind, caring, adventurous, compassionate, funny, etc… Whether we really believe these things about ourselves or not. In most cases, we use…
Personal
December 2, 2016

Eye See You

This is what I’m saying to you when I look into your eyes with my own. Utilizing the English language to the best of my ability, through non-verbal communication, attempting to reduce the irreducible into words. “Please remove your mask. I do not wish to interact with your role. I…
Personal
December 2, 2016

Disappear

It’s not often that the stars align with such synchronistic precision, as to place in the path of your journey an entity that ceases the seemingly random vibration of your atomic structure, allowing the symphony of your chaos to find complete harmonic resonance when your eyes meet theirs… When the…
DeathPersonal
January 25, 2021

Death Doula

This profound experience happened around 2014. Linda's mother Josephine had been in hospice for 7 years. I knew that she was in the process of passing, as Linda had informed me. Earlier that day as I was working at my desk, I suddenly felt the urge to go visit Josephine.…
Philosophical
September 22, 2020

is

As you may or may not know, Jax and I joined in union earlier this year and Jax gave birth to baby Stellar just a few weeks ago. Many subjects of a delicate and sensitive nature have risen over the past year with the integration of families, cultures, and perceptions.…
Philosophical
December 1, 2016

Apocalypse

Apocalypse 1125-75; Middle English < Late Latin apocalypsis < Greek apokálypsisrevelation, equivalent to apokalýp (tein) to uncover, reveal It’s no longer about black vs white, jew vs christian, american vs taliban, republican vs democrat, gay vs straight, adult vs child, police vs civilian, citizen vs alien, right vs wrong.. It’s…
PersonalPhilosophical
December 1, 2016

Crazy

Crazy: ie; weird, different, informal, unique, impractical, bizarre, unpredictable, imprudent, misunderstood. So I’ve been told, I’m crazy. I appreciate that. In other words, i do not conform to the societal standard of normal based on the geographical location of this cultured environment. The idea of normal is a collective conglomeration…
Philosophical
December 2, 2016

External Projections

External Projections: Scream The image of the child could be anyone, a bank teller, the driver of the car next to you, your boss or even your mother. However, I chose the child because he creates the strongest emotional reaction to the woman screaming at him through herself. Just about…
Philosophical
December 1, 2016

Belief = Limitation

Attack of the Chinese Neuro-Trap! “If belief is the foundation of limitation, then pride is the rigid framework upon which the walls of limitation are nailed to.” ~Shane Dieter This video utilizes a the tangible metaphor of a Chinese finger trap (neuro-trap) to visually explain the process of mental agreements,…
EtymologyImperative
December 10, 2020

Demystification Through Etymology

Let's demystify some words through the etymology of the words themselves. Oh, how the religious leaders love to magically melt our minds into believing their hypnotic rhetoric through the learned confidence of their vocal projections and how eager the fragile egos are to have faith in such fables of immortality.…