Tagged with Philosophy

Transitions 1

Back in the late 1980s I trained to administer a process called a Transition Session. I didn’t finish the training because with my poor social skills I was unable to get enough clients. It’s too bad, because the Transition Sessions were a powerful tool. I’m about to throw out all my notes, but first I […]

TFTD: Creativity, the "Río Abajo Río"

The quote is about creativity, spirit, the river beneath the river.


“Vocatus atque non vocatus… deus aderit Called or not called , GOD will be present.” — Inscription on Gravestone of Professor Dr. Carl G. Jung, Kusnacht, Switzerland Quoted from Heaven’s Register Have you read any Jung? Jung was a medical doctor whose father was a philospher and pastor. Jung believed that God is not “out […]

Geometry Puzzle

Fun conversation. Just wanted to share. The boss sent me a geometry puzzle as revenge for one I sent him to solve. I shared it with my favorite philosopher. This conversation ensued. ME, quoting the boss: You have a rectangular piece of material out of which are cut two regular polygons of arbitrary number of […]

Consensus Reality

Referring back to Shamanism and Talking to Dog. We have the ability to perceive *everything* until our society teaches us to block out of our minds what’s happening on the other side of the door. Privacy is how it starts. Later it becomes political. This is the definition of sanity, sharing a world-view. My cat […]

Plato on Virtual Reality

In every way, then, such prisoners would recognize as reality nothing but the shadows of those artificial objects.

What Kind of Soul are You?

What Kind of Soul Are You? You Are a Visionary Soul You are a curious person, always in a state of awareness. Connected to all things spiritual, you are very connected to your soul. You are wise and bright: able to reason and be reasonable. Occasionally, you get quite depressed and have dark feelings. You […]

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