Sunday, September 25, 2016

Diving Deep

It is interesting to notice how we acquire the knowledge of our power in this life, this world. To do everything, by doing nothing. Just taking each experience, each task, and entering into it.

We are not "making" all of this stuff. It is happening. We are just observers, participants, riders. And the character of our experiences is based on the thoughts we have in the process.

To be like a child, is to have each experience, be engaged, fully. The complexity, or large-ness of what is being engaged expands as one grows older, but what determines the nature of the experience is our reactions and responses to the phenomena. Are we resistant, using our thoughts, words to criticize, or contribute to.

Our feelings give us a bio-feedback. And guide us. Going with the flow. Entering each experience fully. And becoming a great appreciator, experiencer, contributor.

Like a surfer learning how to get on the top of the wave, and not be crushed by it. To ride the spiral. I'm often reminded of my kayak trips, alone as a teenager. I just enjoyed the river, never worried what was beyond the bend. There was a natural wisdom.

Today as I put some thoughts, quietly, to what is happening. I can see just trust that this is me watching my love unfold. That is what I have discovered is going on behind all of this. Each day, moment, experience, a blessing. Something to embrace and relish as a chance to dive deep and be part of a wonderful becoming. Me simply waking up to the beautiful design that is in place.


I love to share
the good stuff
but first I have to remember
to notice
to stop criticizing
use my attention
for its intended
I feel
it seems so easy
to be superficial
to spend time
but to take the moments
the present
and take the good
and share it
my attention it requests
these experiences
these thoughts
that contribute
rather than detract
enough of my life has been spent
again, I commit, to be
a sharer
a contributor
a lover
an appreciator
and share those things
which make me feel good
not better than
stopping the seesaw
just noticing
the perfection
that must be
for all this
to be mine

That's All

When I take the time
to notice my breath
I begin to enter
a sweet spot
just the movement
of the unseen
into my face
through my nostrils
or mouth
and out
the pause between
the changing direction
into my chest
or tummy
I learned this in 1992
in a meditation class
the breath
one at a time
and again
my senses expand
time stops
I hear the clock ticking
the cat licking himself
the cars driving by outside
the fly land on my leg
my chest rises and falls
somehow the essentials get to all of the cells of my body
in this action
one at a time
that's all

Sunday, July 24, 2016

Just Me

It's so incredible, being me
Everywhere I look, through me
I can see it, feel it, taste it, smell it, hear it
I really feel it
I can think about it
Even come up with ideas about it
It's here, there, everywhere
I'm a sort of window, experiencer
Me, Myself, and I
Whole new meanings
That I might have assigned
As I describe in words
I can take pictures
Get colors and recreate my impressions
Yet those things only parts
Tiny, in truth
Never getting close to describing
These abilities, connections, expansions
To look into the sky, clouds, stars
Even build telescopes
Yet, only through me
This opportunity to be me
There are so many possibilities
Even if I tried to count
I can watch a butterfly transform
Or hug a tree
I can go for a swim
Or argue with a friend
What I am finding though
That there is this natural, state of glee
This tremendous pleasure, being me
If I stick with things that make me happy
Or put me in a state of wonder
It's almost like a constant celebration,
this act of being me
Pleasure abounds
Many times in the most unexpected ways
To take the routine,
and re-make it
To be me doing the most,
mundane of tasks
Like doing the dishes, or cutting the grass
Or even cleaning the toilet
What determines my experience
is my attitude going in
How approach all of my fellow "me's"
whether it is my friend, child, pet
or even the fruit on the tree
In these smallest of moments,
and simplest of tasks
I can find my ability,
to bring joy to the world
To go to a prior hard place,
and bring an energy of acceptance,
or gratitude,
or even joy
Which, through me, I create
The world I am living in
One moment to moment
One breath at a time
To be love in this world,
to be, oh so kind
I find so much pleasure
in this exact process
each event
That presents itself
as this vast, cosmic me
the reason I must have come here,
to be

Sunday, April 17, 2016

The River Flows

Each person is where they're at
One needs only to be grateful for that
To leave the role of judge of all that takes place
And enter equanimity
Balance in appreciating this grand melodrama called the "human experience"
All lessons, all challenges, all movement
An expression of grace
Laid out upon the measuring stick called time
Is only a continual flows of "nows"
Experienced within a context created for reference, for interpretation, for Sharing
But the temptation, challenge, opportunity presented in this design
is to reference back to one moment - the present
To finally let go, of resistance of control, of force
And allow the flow of life to fulfill
The direction
Which has always gone on
I was allowed the opportunity to think
And with that came my illusion, of self control
But the whole time I was
generating my abilities to push
the river
The River Flowed.

Monday, April 11, 2016

Time for The Practice

Ever since I got sober in 1981 I have pursued a spiritual life. At times, while pursuing work or an education, ultimately a PhD, I had to move my spirit studies to a back burner. However, no matter what, they have always been cooking. I followed the suggestion of Bill Wilson to investigate the "treasure troves" of the written works of various enlightened beings like Emmet Fox, Matthew Fox, Fritof Capra, Paramahansa Yogananda, Albert Schweitzer, Wallace D. Wattles, Kahlil Gibran, Emanuel Swedenborg, Albert Einstein, Abraham Lincoln, Mahatma Gandhi and more.

Many contemporary inspired authors too, Depak Chopra, Wayne Dwyer, Jerry and Ester Hicks, Jane Roberts (Seth), Eckhart Tolle, Don Miguel Ruiz, Neale Donald Walsh, Louise Hay, Drunvalo Melchizedek and many un-named authors have influenced me greatly. I still read books on all subjects related to the occult, spiritual and personal development. Usually now not on the best seller lists.

All have blessed me wither their wisdom. The teachings of Jesus, the Master resonate through a few quotes, yet now I feel a practical guide is needed for humanity. Having worked on myself and growth in Spiritual, living and understanding now for nearly 35 years I have found the simple works of Desmond Donald Green to be of highest value. (most available at and

I truly believe that with reading The Global Citizenship Passport (The Practice and The 1st "R") a person can place themselves in a whole new paradigm of consciousness. The great "rub" or "eye of the needle" for all people is the appreciation of "Breath Consciousness" - the awareness that The NOW is only accessible in their breath.

The "pointers" or references to this One Truth are so numerous and Present as to be almost beyond comprehension. I have written extensively on this subject and gathered references from many books and teachings. (See Your Breath - The Key) Many people, it appears, are finding themselves embracing this, yet the import to be immensely grateful and cognizant of the breathing process is to experience utmost joy, presence and power.

In much of my Sharing I have re-presented the many ways that our breath can be viewed, experienced and played with.

However, with utmost love and sincerity I implore all people to begin their journey by placing their foundation of life with the book created by Desmond and Dawn Vaz Green.

It is free, like life and the breath itself. It will plant the ultimate seed of awareness of how we are each receiving an infinite endowment of Love from Source/God/Spirit/The One Infinite Creator.

With the simple instructions/directions provided in The Practice you will be set free. It is guaranteed!

I love you. Thank you.

Sunday, April 10, 2016

Pondering Money

I have been pondering the lessons learned from the "powers that were" who created these various money systems. Simply, we can have a monetary system based on "thin air" and it will work. The nice thing about this is, because it is not derived off of physical, natural assets, we can create abundance and stop the exploitation of our natural resources.

Rather than treating symptoms like greed, hatred, desperation, "evil-ness", etc (which are conditioned judgment traps), we can get to the task of teaching people to love themselves. This is what the Reverence for Life University is doing (and many others are realizing), like Louise Hay, etc.

Because we can flood our "reality" with money, and exchange currencies we can get to the tasks at hand to begin addressing the humanitarian and environmental opportunities in front of us.

Another concept to eliminate, although it must have a "lesson learned" value, is the idea of debt. Eliminating scarcity and limitation consciousness is the process we are in. Leaving the Adam Smith, and others programs of economics. They did not win the game, yet they rapidly accelerated our "economic hitting bottom" which leads to our grand awakening.
Instead of printing more money when debt is created, we can do as John DeSantis so emphatically suggested, create it for good purposes. He goes into great lengths to elucidate this.

I met John DeSantis virtually about 5 years back and exchanged some messages and phone calls. I don't know if he is still alive. He was passionate about his Vision. I was working on my stuff in Colombia. His idea is very simple, and I believe, doable. Dan, I think it is very interesting he got his Vision in 1979, as did you and I.

I have been inspired to look at John's work again.

Here is the Website he created

I included his work in my concepts I worked on awhile back utilizing the wonderful tools of E1G and my other "community rebuilding" and individual empowerment. It too needs to be revisited. As I was looking at "fixing" the various systems we utilize, I had to look at money, although it was perplexing to me how something so simple could be so elusive in finding a solution, like untangling a massive knot. Since my father was a "practical economist", I have had to keep returning to this issue - i.e. I could only ignore that the wheel had fallen off our car so long.

Desmond proposed the Breath Bank the same time that I met John. If you want to count things, we are credited in our Breath Bank 25,000 breaths per day.

I just invite you wonderful people to begin to digest this with me. Maybe it is already underway with the Global Currency reset, but I do believe we need to consider this all at a deeper Spiritual level. We are being conditioned to "hate" or be angry at the 1% yet, I see them as teaching me the most valuable of lessons. To love more. Also, haven't they actually ushered in the New Economy?

And here was a prior post from yesterday on Facebook

I have been getting some real clarity about the wonderful service the money people have done for us. They have proven that a money system can be derived from our imagination. It literally comes out of thin air. And being greedy doesn't make people happy. We don't have to exploit limited natural resources. We make money so we can make more. We can drop the concept of debt. Leave limited beliefs and allow our abundance capacities to flow. Our teachers are trees, the ocean, the sun, all of life - especially our breath. We don't have to obsess about counting and meting out. Money is energy like everything else. And it is Infinitely Abundant and we affect changes in its expression with our imagination. We only need shift our beliefs about it and realign our relationship with trust, love and appreciating of abundance. The money people , especially the extremely greedy ones, have provided us the most wonderful of lessons. Stop pointing fingers saying God made a mistake by allowing them to do what they have done and get into the flow of infinite abundance.

All The Best

Other previous related blogs
It appears that several of my prior contemplations have gone to this subject or resolving our relationship with money. Here are some of the more pertinent.

Is There a Lack of Energy
The Hoax - the Money Game and Free Energy
Questioning Beliefs
Homelessness, Bulk Mail, Corporations, Change
Do Good
Diversify, Cooperate, Go Inside - a Meandering thought stream
Freedom with Money
Putting a Price on My Soul
The Man from the desert - on the money changers
Finding OurSelves

De-fragging from the Matrix

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