Flowing With the Waves

ocean-wavesIt seems that in everything we do, we are trying to change or alter what is. We try to “fix,” manage, or get away from uncomfortable feelings and situations. We look to the future of when we have “x” we’ll be happy or, if I can just get through “y” everything will be okay. Even meditation is often misconstrued as an exercise in stopping or controlling thoughts. Some sort of “doing” with a “goal,” where we are trying to be, instead of just being.

As if you could stop “being.” As if you could stop or even influence the ocean by standing in front of a wave.
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Life is in the Rain

Life is in the Rain2Life is in the rain.

It’s raining right now. A moderate rain that is welcome in its scarcity. Steady, gentle, and just a little cool. Not enough rain to play and sing, but just enough to rest in, allowing the rain to gradually soak the skin, the earth. Closing eyes, relaxing through the body, just feeling each drop land on cool skin forming tiny rivers and streams that flow effortlessly back to the earth.

Resting in awareness, where does the rain end and I begin. I cannot tell. I am only aware of life always flowing effortlessly just like the rain.

This is Not a Trick, It’s a Treat

Samhain OfferingsHalloween will be here soon. An exciting time for children as they wait in breathless anticipation of the biggest sugar rush of the year. An exciting time for many adults as well, as they celebrate the holiday with friends and family. There are corn mazes to get lost in, haunted hayrides and houses to scream in, and plenty of horror movies to watch all month long. But, let’s look at where all this started shall we? Continue reading This is Not a Trick, It’s a Treat

Can of Worms

'Can of worms - do not open!'
‘Can of worms – do not open!’

Most of us have used or, at least heard this phrase before as in, “That’s a whole new can of worms,” but where is this from? Did they sell small tins of earthworms in Mediterranean spices and oil like sardines at some point? Did worms have a habit of chewing into cans to eat the contents within like mice sneaking into bags of grain? These are the questions that wriggle through my thoughts at night keeping me awake. Continue reading Can of Worms

If A Tree Falls In The Forest…

…and no one is there to write about it…

Well, just getting started here so, if you happen to stumble upon my site, here’s a little something light and airy to read. Enjoy.

Taking a walk in the woods during the spring kind of sowed a seed or planted an idea about all the ways we use tree and plant idioms. I know that was a while ago but, I’ve been more focused on turning over a new leaf.

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Zombies Eat Society

Zombie ipsum reversus ab viral inferno, nam rick grimes malum cerebro. De carne lumbering animata corpora quaeritis. Summus brains sit​​, morbo vel maleficia? De apocalypsi gorger omero undead survivor dictum mauris.

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Bacon Spirituality

Bacon ipsum dolor amet capicola porchetta turkey spare ribs ham hock. T-bone porchetta capicola, short ribs prosciutto cow alcatra kevin biltong tri-tip ham hock chicken tenderloin. Meatball bresaola pork chop tongue Continue reading Bacon Spirituality

Riker On Psychology

This is one post of many about Psychology. The Enterprise computer system is controlled by three primary main processor cores, cross-linked with a redundant melacortz ramistat, fourteen kiloquad interface modules. Mr. Worf, you do remember how to fire phasers? I suggest you drop it, Mr. Data. Besides, you look good in a dress. Fate protects fools, little children and ships named Enterprise. Computer, belay that order. Continue reading Riker On Psychology