The Daily Channel – The Anvil and the Aardvark

You may notice as a point of interest how I began writing this piece in the first person, but how very quickly my conscious focus shifts and the tell-tale ‘we’ creeps in, usurping… Continue reading

The Daily Channel – Good Medicine

This is one of my most favourite songs ever, it is epic, an act of musical genius. I thought it was a good accompaniment to the channelled piece below, which is fairly epic… Continue reading

The Daily Channel – The Vintage Self

It would seem that I have resumed with book dictation after a very long two year break. Freshly squeezed from the metaphysics channel on Radio M. This may even be a new book… Continue reading

The Daily Channel – Just an afterthought…

    I’m not sure why I still blog anymore. Since I began two and half years ago, readership on WordPress has almost died a death. Perhaps it’s to do with WP’s new… Continue reading

The Daily Channel – What is the point of learning?

“The physical reality is a fallacy, not because it is invalid, but because it is temporal in nature. You shift between different filters of consciousness as effortlessly as you breathe in air and… Continue reading

The Daily Channel – Coffee Time With Sid n’ Iris

  “Enacting any kind of change requires active participation. If you are experiencing it, then you are playing an active part in the unfolding of events. Things do not happen to you without… Continue reading

The Daily Channel – Nothing is as it seems.

  We all entertain rigid notions about who we are and what life is meant to be, but if there is anything I have learned throughout the course of this particular earthly incarnation… Continue reading

Personal review of Seth’s exercise on changing beliefs.

After posting on Seth last night and his exercise for dealing with and replacing negative thought patterns, I thought I would try it for myself following Seth’s suggestions as closely as I was… Continue reading

Seth on changing negative habits or beliefs to positive ones.

I have found a little gem as I continued reading my Seth book, one incidentally that I haven’t read before, but that I have been reading on and off for the past few… Continue reading

Forgetting to Remember.

When I lose my way I resort to picking up a Seth book and randomly picking a section to read. I lose my way often, so to speak, getting caught up in the… Continue reading