The Daily Flannel – Quality Controller for Flying Carpets Required.

My friend Junk Chuck┬ámade a very interesting observation with regards my previous post, in that when discussing concepts such as the kind that a metaphysical standpoint might offer, that it’s like the difference between driving a tractor and piloting a … Continue reading The Daily Flannel – Quality Controller for Flying Carpets Required.

The Daily Channel – Would you like chips with your potato omelette?

  In the end there is always one thing you can rely on, the ability of the self to re-assess what has seemingly gone before. In the end there seems to be only you, but as you grow into awareness … Continue reading The Daily Channel – Would you like chips with your potato omelette?

The Consensure of Ultimatums

I haven’t given the title a lot of thought, but it is as it came to me at the time of channelling the following piece. It’s possible I have posted it before, but as it would have been some time ago, rather than trawl through my old posts, I may as well cut to the chase and publish anew. This is one of the few times that I have been conscious of a connection with Jane Roberts, channel of the Seth personality during the 60s and 70s. The title is a very Jane Roberts title for those familiar with her … Continue reading The Consensure of Ultimatums

The Daily Flannel: In My Deep House

I am no good before a certain time of the day. It used to be that up until midday any decisions I made were terrible based on the awful mood I’d be in as my brain and my body tried in a desperate attempt to adjust to being awake again. Just to put things into context, I wake up daily with a lot of physical pain and stiffness, I’d like to say it’s down to old age, but that doesn’t really qualify in my case. Perhaps old age in terms of being an old soul, some people will tell you … Continue reading The Daily Flannel: In My Deep House

Daily quote – May 30 2014: Weekly Photo Challenge – Split-second Story

Originally posted on Roving Bess:
St. Marc’s Square, or Piazza San Marco in Venice is one of the few places in the world that has centuries of stories to tell. You can stand at any point within the Piazza, turn… Continue reading Daily quote – May 30 2014: Weekly Photo Challenge – Split-second Story