Biko, Apart-heid and Raising Consciousness

I found a song by Peter Gabriel about Steve Biko the African actvist for non-racism in South Africa.  I saw the movie many years ago and felt deeply saddened by the plight of Africans.  Oppression is a word I can type but one can only know this when they are looked at in… Continue reading

Poles Shifting into a Unified Field of Feminine and Masculine

I’ve felt a disturbance within me on hearing a story about rape. I awoke deeply contemplating it. When this happens I know I will write something.  I just went over a previous blog on magnetic fields and somehow this links.

I don’t see life in a similar way as many logical others. As an… Continue reading

Can You See the Beauty in Our War With Life?

I am learning to see the beauty in what is. For always out of the things we judge bad beauty arrives.  It may come in the shape of a new choice, a different way of seeing, a new social movement, a desire for change, improvements, growth, enlightenment, wisdom etc. The question is what… Continue reading

Whitney Houston ‘I Will Always Love You’ Love is Who You Are

Imagine the love in this remarkable song ‘I will always love you’ was projected out into the world to every person. Imagine if we could feel this for everyone we meet. To live in a perfect state of grace. Perhaps our training ground is in our romantic relationships, but imagine when the sexual energy subsides… Continue reading

Kevin Costner’s Loving Speech at Whitney Houston’s Funeral

I sent love to a friend inspired by Whitney Houston’s song ‘I will always love you’. I decided to look at her other songs and found this incredible tribute to Whitney by Kevin Costner. What a sweet and wonderful man he is. I so loved his speech and sharing his personal experiences as a child… Continue reading

Australia: The Great Barrier Reef

Another extraordinary place. I did scuba dive there once. I remember slipping backwards into the water and my eyes were like goldfish bowls. I was looking for sharks, serves me right for watching Jaws in the 1980’s, however once I saw no fins coming towards me I relaxed and found myself in an oversized pool… Continue reading

Mohandas Gandhi

“Nonviolence is a weapon of the strong”