The recent election here in the U.S. has been a cause of immense stress for many people, myself included, as we’ve had to mentally adjust to … Continue reading Jane Roberts on U.S. Politics
The following essay is from a longer piece I’ve been working on addressing the subject of free-will in a framework where human/animalistic instinct still operates, and … Continue reading Artificial Intelligence: Man versus robot.
The following is an excerpt from ‘A Seth Book: The Nature of Personal Reality’. It’s such a simple but very powerful piece, and a great reminder … Continue reading Seth on the Reality of Thought.
To feel at peace with oneself and to be one with the Universe, one must be still and devoid of distraction. Eastern philosophy has taught this … Continue reading The Daily F – Distant Bodies
met·a·phys·ics ˌmedəˈfiziks/ noun the branch of philosophy that deals with the first principles of things, including abstract concepts such as being, knowing, substance, cause, identity, … Continue reading The Daily Channel – The Misconception of Time, Space and Reality.
Life is a process of action and reaction. Whether a piece of information is true or not is arbitrary. If a piece of information is of … Continue reading The Daily Channel – Validity
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 … Continue reading The Daily Channel – The Anvil and the Aardvark
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 … Continue reading The Daily Channel – Good Medicine
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. … Continue reading The Daily Channel – The Vintage Self
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 whirlwind of my life, even though not … Continue reading Forgetting to Remember.