Seth Speaks – Religion and Science – Part One

Another fantastic and perhaps excerpt from Seth/Jane Roberts’ “The Individual and the Nature of Mass Events” that I think is most worth sharing with the world. As always Seth/Jane doesn’t pull any punches, hitting at the very core of the highly disputed and controversial subjects of Religion and Science. In almost 40 years not much has changed, the same debates between these two overgrown and over-sensitive giants of popular culture still rage. Here Seth/Jane pops that very large balloon in no uncertain terms, providing a very much needed alternate view. As these are quite long excerpts that I want to … Continue reading Seth Speaks – Religion and Science – Part One

Snapshot Stories – Cardboard Cut-out

If you’re going to throw a rock at me make sure you aim well. Be sure that I won’t catch it and throw it right back at you. Make sure you aim well and that you knock me from my high perch like a tin-can sitting on a fence. Take off your mask and show everyone your face so that your anonymity does not fail you, tell them your name, and be sure that you know before you pull back your arm, with the weight of that solid object gripped tight in your hand that as you swing, you commit. … Continue reading Snapshot Stories – Cardboard Cut-out

Intuitive Portraits – Weekly Challenge #5 – Noble Khan

It is never my intention to draw historical or famous personalities. I find ‘ordinary’ everyday people to be just as fascinating as any ‘known’ personality. However, every once in a while I indulge my curiosity and see if I can … Continue reading Intuitive Portraits – Weekly Challenge #5 – Noble Khan

Weekly Photo Challenge – Through Your (My) Eyes

  This week’s challenge: Through your eyes. I ask myself how photography is anything but a representation of how you perceive a moment in time? For me photography is about telling a story, even if that story is only relevant to a specific few. However, having said that I do like to have the images I capture to have wide appeal, that to me is the artistry within it. Like the image above, I wanted to capture the brilliance and the heat of the sunshine as I turned the corner from the cool shadowed narrow alley-way. The sense of anticipation … Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge – Through Your (My) Eyes

Elephantasy

Originally posted on Diary of a Person Being Human:
rule┬á(ru:l) NOUN┬á1. one of a set of explicit or understood regulations or principles governing conduct or procedure within a particular area of activity 2. [mass noun]┬ácontrol of or dominion over an area or people ┬á ┬á3. (the rule)┬áthe normal or customary state of things (OED online, accessed 18/6/13) – I’m writing this post for two reasons, one to shed light upon a point that spawned a mini-debate between me and a fellow blogger regarding the concept of contradiction (thanks Dog for the brilliant inspiration, you have my total respect). Two, to… Continue reading Elephantasy

Seth Speaks – Thought Processes

Reading the Seth books I have always found to be an education in thinking, and I firmly believe that it should be standard reading for everybody. But as the energy-personality-essence himself said through the auspices of Jane Roberts who channelled the entity known as Seth, that his words would find their way to those who were ready to hear them, or words to that effect. So it is that I will keep posting excerpts from the almost complete collection of the Seth material that I have acquired over the course of the last 17 years. I think it’s important and … Continue reading Seth Speaks – Thought Processes