This melody came to me directly from this morning’s meditation bell.Read More Meditation Bell – 1st Mix
This one came to me on the morning of September 7, 2015… It’s been stewing for weeks now, bubbling up in my consciousness every now and then. It always calms and centers me, whenever it arises. Recorded with Loopy on iOS. Arranged & processed in Logic X.Read More Retreat – First Mix
Interesting to compare the number of times that the words “sight,” “sound,” and “spirit” appear in published English-language books over the centuries. They’re all pretty tight until 1800, when “spirit” jumped way ahead, peaking around 1850. In contrast, for the entire 19th century, “sight” and “sound” held steadily together, until 1900, when instances of “sight” […]Read More The Interplay of “Sight,” “Sound,” and “Spirit”
Tamara Jo Cortez’ new book, Flow Notes (E-book version reviewed, available at Balboa Press or Amazon) may at first glance seem a sweet, simple collection of positive affirmations. However, while her notes do positively affirm my oft-disturbed spirit and give rise to smiles in the same way as do sweet and simple post-it notes on […]Read More Tamara Cortez’ Flow Notes: Gifts of a Truly Compassionate & Loving Healer
I just found out that one of my Facebook heroes, Osho, not only died in 2000, but is also the infamous Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh! I originally knew of Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh via Berkeley Breathed‘s brilliant 1980s comic strip Bloom County, where Bill the Cat runs off to Rajneeshpuram, Oregon to join the cult. So, I looked […]Read More Osho is Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh!
Check out this glorious rant from Jason Silva: This one is quite controversial on YouTube… People don’t know how to take it, or even how to understand it. But if nothing else, I love how Jason Silva pushes the boundaries of social convention. He’s a dreamer, and societies always need such visionaries to keep shit […]Read More Evolution According to Jason Silva
Surging toward Oneness; toward the reunification of all that I am, and all I am yet to be, simultaneously; no less me than I am now. Surging toward an expanded perception of all that “I” really am, not exchanging one limited expression of limitation for another. (inspired by “Oneness,” by Rasha) (website) (Amazon)Read More Surging Toward Oneness
I am fascinated with music. It intrigues me intellectually and engages me physically. It resonates across many different areas of my life, and I am extremely interested in experiencing life to the fullest, which is why I also chose to go into a graduate-level Interdisciplinary Arts program rather than concentrating on a single discipline such […]Read More “Singing the World:” Bridging Disparities via the Phenomenon of Music