I have spent the past week reading two books. My first from this author, Jane Roberts, and her material on Seth. Seth is the Biblical name of the son that Eve was given when Abel was murdered by Cain. Jane’s Seth never suggests that he was that Seth (that I know of). But it tickles the back of my brain anyway. I have read … Read More Reading Seth Materials for the First Time
I recently watched The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel. It reminds me of a beautiful young man I knew in my Story-Telling class at Brigham Young University whose father was from India, if I remember right. What a precious time I had there ten years ago. Such diversity among the students. Such a rich array of perceptions, experience, talents, romance and life awareness. It … Read More Review: The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel
Every one of you said, “I will go forth and I will carve out my individual and powerfully important impression of what would be an improvement and then I will punctuate it by aligning with my idea and allowing the evidence of it to actualize in my experience”. *This may be the individualization being talked about, even as we are understanding that we are … Read More Abraham-Hicks Definition of Individualization (in my opinion)
Could be good for A Course In Miracles awareness.
I spent 30 plus years as a Mormon. from 27 years of age to around 57 years of age. I have not attended or considered myself a Mormon for about four years now. That influence is huge on me though, and I like to research things if they come to my awareness. While looking up something else on Google this Emma Smith showed up. … Read More Reflections on an emma-interview-1889 pdf
Big Sur, review of the 2013 movie based on Jack Kerouac’s 1962 Novel, First Published in 1979, and What It Stirred In Me Jack Kerouac was an author who was thought of in social circles as the founder of the Beatnik lifestyle. Another web site speaks of his previous novels being about a bohemian lifestyle. ( I have to admit longing for that lifestyle … Read More A Novel Written in 1962; What It Stirred In Me