"(Taoism) isn't a process of learning more facts or greater skills. It is the unlearning of wrong habits and opinions." — Alan Watts It's not just the Singularity Boys who get this wrong…. What is unlearning? This question has taken a lot of sitting. Resting attention on a feeling that something's missing. On the tip… Continue reading There’s no freeing the mind without respecting the limitations of the body.
There's a connection and relationship between the way we internalize honesty/deception and how we relate to form. Form is the means by which error is recognized and the means by which correctness is recognized. There are, it seems, two Muses: the Muse of Inspiration, who gives us inarticulate visions and desires, and the Muse of… Continue reading On Form
There come times when what asks to be done is for there to be silence. This can seem harder to accept than many other demands the moment makes on us. We have momentum. We consider our habits valuable. We expect and we expect others do too. Expect a certain "output." This gets tricky when the… Continue reading Consuming Community, Consuming Our Selves…
Perhaps a way to shed light on where this track is heading is to introduce conscience. We think of conscience as the internal touchstone for an externally directed morality. There is a superstructure of Good & Evil and conscience is where this battle is joined inside each of us. This conception of conscience covers any… Continue reading Approaching Conscience?
“Who is free of myths knows love” - Krishnamurti I just came across this quotation. It struck me. It made sense, immediately, but in a way that leads me to want to air it all out, to find and put down the connections this statement set reverberating within me. By "free of myths," I understand… Continue reading Love is Being