Quantum physics scrambles labels. Indeed, underlying all life is a rich “scientific” field of “spiritual” mystery that holds our intentions, our dreams and our darkness. Whatever we throw out into the neural network, we get back a thousandfold. Intention-setters, beware!
I was reminded of this recently when I ran across a book review in U.S. World and . . . → Read More: Quantum Luck
This morning, I dreamed of my ex. He showed me a piece of land he’d bought, on the side of a mountain in Hawaii, with a view of a cove and sparkling water. It was a place he loved for the diving and its ability to take him deep into another world.
I woke from the dream . . . → Read More: Your Heart’s Desire
Four photographs sit on my altar. One is of me as a child, small and round and happy. The other three are of friends or family going through tough times. I send light to them/me every day and offer a silent prayer to the gods and goddesses that watch over us.
What different paths we humans have, . . . → Read More: Spiritual Portals
I haven’t yet ventured into the virtual world of Second Life although I’m told that’s where the party is. That’s also where the money is. In fact, according to writer Mac McClelland in Orion Magazine, people spend $50 million real dollars there a month on virtual goods, dressing up their avatars, having sex (yes!), and going . . . → Read More: Second Lives
When I began my inner journey 20 years ago, I felt very much alone and lost. My marriage was crumbling. My husband was an angry man who often lashed out at me. My creative work wasn’t paying the bills.
Between the tears and the depression, the anger and the desperation, I went to the local bookstore. I . . . → Read More: Spiritual Parents
Why is it we hold so to our routines? In doing that, I learned this morning, we fail to allow something better to come into our lives to replace the staid, the sure thing, the imagined and predictable.
I am sitting at my local coffee house, a short walk from my place. It’s not a place I’d . . . → Read More: Letting Go
I got into game design by accident, a cold call to a training company that turned my writing career in a new direction. Now, nearly 20 years later, my new area of exploration is online games.
Jane McGonigal, an online game designer and winner of the Ted prize, believes virtual games will change the world. Now that . . . → Read More: Play Games, Change the World
While in California recently, I picked up a copy of The Soul’s Code by James Hillman, a depth psychologist. In it, he talks about the unique calling that each person carries around with them, some work or way of being each of us is destined to live out and which we cannot avoid without grave consequences.
The . . . → Read More: An Archetypal Ache
Yesterday, the largest moth I’ve ever seen parked its big brown body smack dab in the middle of the screen door of my new place. He was huge. And ugly. He wouldn’t budge from his post, even though I nudged him numerous times. It was as if he had a message for me and he damned . . . → Read More: Moth Magic