Food And Evironment Manifesto


Figuring out how to eat can seem complicated. At 18 years old, living alone, I undertook to learn about the various approaches I’d heard about. What follows here are the results – my opinionbased on research, trial and error and intuition. Continue reading

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Atheism Is Killing Us




Perhaps it isn’t atheism specifically that’s killing us, but a lack of  spirituality in how we do things.  Continue reading

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God Wants You To Party

Indian God Rama and Sita for Dussehra festival celebration in India

God wants you to party.

Who is God?

Great Omniscient Divinity?

The Generous Ocean of Delight? Continue reading

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Doormats & Dharma

IMG_1220Zoe is very sweet and gentle. She is in her later years. Zoe has “kindney failure”. Continue reading

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What Is Learning?


” Our education system focuses entirely on sharpening the intellect. The enrichment of the quality of the emotions has receded to the background. This produces incomplete human beings. ” – Sanjoy Mukharjee

““And certainly we should take care not to make the intellect our god… the intellect has a sharp eye for methods and tools but it is blind to ends and values.” – Albert Einstein

These days, even as an individual working person, we are told we need to promote our “brand”.  Among other things we need to show that we “know” things. It’s not easy  for most people to discern how much another person knows, wholistically speaking.

Institutional higher education provides a great opportunity to exchange ideas and get with the community of a particular sector. And, tgese days “sectors” are widening, overlapping, and finding new hybrid parameters – a great thing. Formal education, on it’s surface, can seem convincing as “totally” knowing a field.  We’ve come to value it to such an extent that employers require much more education even for entry positions,  and the general public has come to trust heavily degreed people’s ideas, even if they are viewing from a position detatched from being in the trenches. It’s good to think, to opteate the brain, but is there more?

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Equanimous Resonance

Equanimous Resonance
Reveals Clear, Loving Mind Body and Heart,
Where Everything Works Together.

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Based on Patanjali’s work from Northern India, about 2000 years ago,
and practice of related disciplines for some decades,
 I believe healing and happiness,
 of interest to both healers and clients
comes from genuinely connecting socially
 AND transpersonally,
meaning, finding that GOD-space or Superconscious space that we belong to like waves of an ocean, sharing the ocean

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