Monthly Archives: September 2010

The Bible and books.


To the discerning the Bible is a highly questionable book but what is important is the message, the message common to all major teachings as well as the message which resonates within each one of us. It is this inherent … Continue reading

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Split Souls.


Below is an extract of an entry in my Zaadz pod The Milk Is White – the book, an entry which raises a very interesting point. “When writing the second sentence above I had a brief, mild neoption  which prompted … Continue reading

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The “I am” quotation/affirmation – a visualization.


A Quotation from The Milk Is White (This is you too, dear reader, so visualise each line carefully): Continue reading

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Ignorance causing obsession.


Our obsession, in the western world, with the prolongation of human life can be likened to manipulating a long train journey, which starts at station A and ends at station Z, so that the distance between any two stations, say … Continue reading

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The Sterility of Hyperbole.


In ‘Westernised’ societies we are in a time of rampant hyperbole. It is hurled at us at every opportunity supposedly to make us feel good, or because the hurler hopes to gain from making us feel good. We too embrace … Continue reading

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Emotions.


Often, emotions stifle the mind, loosen the tongue and harden the heart.

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How is the illusion of colour created?


If we are shown a green leaf and asked what its colour is, we will reply that it is green. However, it is not green. It only appears to be green because it absorbs all but that part of the … Continue reading

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