I have long respected Bill McKibben’s efforts to save the planet, as a journalist, activist, and organizer from long back now. I highly recommend following him on Twitter. I have been suggesting autocrats (generally the right-wing) in the US move out of the US and away from our money and politics. As Noam Chomsky suggests… Continue reading Politics and Climate: Bill McKibben in the Guardian 3/11/22
I have for years now been concerned about the corporate takeover of the world and the rise of social injustice and the huge suffering worldwide caused by GREED. Reddit has just filed to go public which can have huge implications of censorship although I am not a fan of disinformation. I just do not participate.… Continue reading Reddit Going Public: Saving the Amazing Anti-work Library
The Radical Act of Action and Reflection: Who are You? Acting with awareness especially with others is not taught much in schools except indirectly. The Radical Act of Action and Reflection: Who are You? intends to very simply point to this gap and offer some simple ways to become more reflective of ourselves and our world,… Continue reading The Radical Act of Action and Reflection: Who are You?
Bunny Longing Free Verse Writing Down Your Dreams In college, studying phenomenology, which I loved, the class so liked my paper, that we ended up calling our conversations effing the ineffable, meaning trying to say what really cannot be put into words, wanting to get to a feeling beyond words. Poetry and all forms of… Continue reading Effing the Ineffable: Ecstatic Poetry
The Most Basic, Free Epigenetic Healing Agent: Water Note: as I update today this post on WATER, the government has ended all protections and the EPA is basically destroyed. I cannot even keep up with the news. Water as medicine? I hope I have simply explained the leading edge science of epigenetics earlier. No geneticist… Continue reading The Most Basic, “Free” Epigenetic Healing: Water
A very eclectic post on the epigenetically important gut brain axis using the Japanese term hara, or gut, as our place of knowing in wisdom what is best for us in any moment.
Phenomenology: You Get to Choose I loved learning of the science phenomenology in college especially because I attended a school of East-West philosophy, CA Institute of Integral Studies. The school and my doctoral studies in psychological transpersonal phenomenology fit very well with my years in Buddhism. In a nutshell, phenomenology arose after the Enlightenment, when… Continue reading Phenomenology: You Get to Choose
This was a lot of fun to write. It is about my enjoyment of learning from divination tools, like cards. One set, Mother Peace was used to design Dior clothes and is currently featured in Vogue. I love al forms of imaginal knowing, that is metaphoric and symbolic and poetic that reach beneath our egos to help us learn. My favorite cards and books are mentioned and I am about to test out the Abraham Hicks Vortex deck which is said can be challenged depending on your state of becoming. I learned lots of transpersonal psychology and now I include the quantum and the participatory.
Note: this is Part I on insomnia, focusing on PTSD. Part II will recommend supplements and more that can further help you regain yourself. This is a very personal post. I have had C/PTSD as well as the genetic disease MTHFR c667t which I will write at another time. Homeless for most of last year,… Continue reading Insomnia, C/PTSD and Nightmares: Heal Yourself
This blog has strong views that natural health has become elitist, generally. This post offers many ways meditation, which is free is a valid way of healing in conjunction with a healthy diet. Many resources, mostly free or low cost are offered.