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An Evening with Matthew Manera

I am pleased to say that I belong to a book group. We have been meeting now for some years. We have read some wonderful books over that time – but I must say “A Stone in My Pocket” is … Continue reading

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A Dear Friend is ‘Gone’

Here is one of my favourite photos of my very dear friend, Jehane West, who died yesterday. The ┬ápic was taken on a rare occasion when she would allow me to point my camera in her direction. Jehane was such … Continue reading

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In Preparation for an Open House Event…

I mentioned in my New Year’s post that Rod Punnett and I are hosting an Open House event later this month, regarding our “Presence Project” work. Well this short post and another following one that I will post soon are … Continue reading

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The Field – (a book by) Lynn McTaggart

Most of this post was written weeks ago, but Life has intervened. See later post(s) to hear about what has been in the way of my blog writing of late … Just finished reading this very thought-provoking book. It was … Continue reading

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Midweek Update

Well, I am improving – though the symptoms are not trailing off quite as quickly as I would like. Today I am noticing some light-headedness. You will be relieved to hear that I won’t spend any more time cataloguing symptoms. … Continue reading

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A Forced Break

Right now, I need to keep this entry short, but I will be posting more over the coming days. I am beginning the recovery / recuperation phase after a sudden and shocking health crisis. Nine days ago I was up … Continue reading

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Healing Civilization

I have just read a life-altering book: Healing Civilization by Claudio Naranjo.

we probably have only one generation in which to turn around the basic drives and values that run how we live on this little Blue Planet. I would agree that the first and most foremost task in that turnaround is a joint commitment to shift our Education of children toward learning how to simply Be, rather than to become “productive members of society”as it presently exists. Continue reading

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Musings from Here and Now

For some weeks now, I have been getting intuitive impulses to write of the many different but related threads to my life and practice. Since these threads all seem to be pointing in roughly the same direction it feels like I can only make good sense of what is emerging by writing it out in this manner. Continue reading

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