Monthly Archives: November 2010

Meditation to Become One With Space

This meditation is from a presentation I gave at the Lifwynn Foundation conference recently. It is intended to help you get past the boundaries of subject, object, and space. Hence it is clear that the space of physics is not, … Continue reading

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A HUNDRED GULLS — a poem

Well definitely not quite so many Yes, not quite on the jetty in the big lake today As I watched curlicues of waves wash over cleaning sandy shore

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My Debt and Gratitude to Barbara Marx Hubbard

There is a deliberate similarity between the title of this blog, Consciously Evolving Language, and Barbara Marx Hubbard’s book Conscious Evolution: Awakening the Power of Our Social Potential. Einstein said that he stood on the shoulders of giants. I do … Continue reading

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Tango — a poem

I wrap my arm around you press my heart into yours, trusting that I will not fall while fading into the oblivion of music and moving and breathing and losing myself in the dance

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Goodbye to “It”

All somethings are someones.  –David Spangler That quote hit me in a way that the usual psychospiritual talk doesn’t. It forced me to face up to the assumptions I have about the nature of life itself (and what is alive … Continue reading

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Introducing Mobius (strips) and Klein (bottles)

Two visual structures that I use a lot are the Möbius strip and the Klein bottle because they embody a paradox. Specifically, they have only one side although it seems to be two sides.  That concept is very important for … Continue reading

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The Emerging Paradigm Shift and the Assumptions it is Questioning

New paradigm writers are asking us to question the assumptions/presuppositions we’ve had for the past few centuries. These assumptions include materialism, reductionism, and the influence of randomness. They are asking us to investigate different assumptions such as consciousness as the origin of matter, energy, and the laws of nature (Goswami); that we are one being in many physical forms (Haisch); and that we can consciously influence our own evolution (Barbara Marx Hubbard). Continue reading

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My Questions for Paul Frommer, Creator of the Na’vi Language in Avatar

Na’vi, the language of the Pandorans in the movie Avatar, perhaps can help us look at our own languages and find ways to express the kinds of interconnectedness we saw on Pandora. Continue reading

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