Monthly Archives: February 2015

It’s GO Until It’s NO

Its pretty simple, really.  Dastardly nefarious.  Possibly brilliant in a mega-twisted way. We are too powerful.  The forgetting program that we agree to when we come into this construct isn’t enough.  It wasn’t meant to contain us…it was simply a way to play the duality game…kind of like the blind-fold spinning game.  We happily don…

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| CONTRACTS |

What did you sign? And, what didn’t you? I’m going to say it straight up…I came to the topic of contracts from a very angry place.  Fury, actually.  Seems I needed the fire to break through the veil.  I did.not.agree.to.this.  So, how is it so? The Prime Directive says Do no harm; i.e., no trespassing…

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Happy Valentine’s Day!

Don’t raspberries look like mini-hearts? I go in and out of love with Valentine’s Day.  I don’t like the commercialism or the hype or the unrealistic notions of how and when we express our affections.  But…I do like having a day when everyone collectively stops for a moment to think of another.  That part’s nice.…

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Simple Is The New Black

Simple.  Complex.  Complicated.  Convoluted. The first three concepts were considered during a job evaluation.  My boss and I were aiming for a classification upgrade, and the evaluator was drilling down to the dividing line…yes, my job was complex…but was it complicated? Hierarchy.  The more complicated the more training we need, the more money we make,…

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Give & Take or Giving & Receiving?

Two very different dynamics, aren’t they?  You felt it even as your eyes lit on the words. Give and Take is a duality.  It feels to me like a see-saw.  One’s up, the other’s down.  I loved the see-saw as a kid.  Ever try balancing in the middle?  Working with your partner to find just…

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It Takes A Village…Idiot

Quoth Shakespeare from As You Like It: All the world’s a stage, And all the men and women merely players; They have their exits and their entrances, And one man in his time plays many parts…. At one particular family gathering some years ago, I rang a friend for help and comfort.  Long forgotten is…

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Got Your Goat!

My mother tells a story of a road trip with her father, near the end of his life and not long after my grandmother was lost in a house fire.  To help soothe his heart, two weeks were planned to go visit scattered family down the length of California. Somewhere along a quiet stretch of…

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R.E.S.P.E.C.T.

Nine days since “Navigating Through The Matrix” with george kavassilas on Rise Multiversity followed by a personal session with him two days later…and I’m still processing the wealth of deeply resonant, liberating material shared. As puzzle pieces settle into place, bringing me increasingly back to myself, the biggest shift happened during the broadcast when I…

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