With a little encouragement, I'm being asked to post Florence's Delilah for today's update.  It seems like I'm always going through this, going through a flexible publishing schedule since I'm always listening, and responding in kind, to the world's events.  No matter how hard I try to stick to a solid schedule, it seems to flux with whatever is going on in the world, at the time. Florence has really shown a lot of knack for knowing where to take this story.  Heck, she even managed to create nine new chapters out of The Odyssey , and we haven't even gotten to the Monolith yet.  She's captured something that no one else has and seems to tell a story as if it were being written for a silent witness, and that may be watching from afar.  She's a witch, too.  I sometimes hear her giggling in the background and when I chum around London with my mates, she always seems to come up with a decent conversation.  In fact, there's a very well, and rather...
The Watchmen For this Friday's update, we're going to take a quick spin around the web with the wonderful Philip Glass.  I've frequently received requests to continue with Koyaanisqatsi , before returning to Naqoyqatsi , which we'll do with a future update.  And for those of you that are familiar with this musical score, we can look back at 2009 with the original release of the Watchmen , for a better understanding of how this story unfolds, and where our work began.  In the meantime, I'm going to let the past be there so that we may move forward, and into a more meaningful place of being. There was a point in time when I devoted a fair amount of my energy into the movie-making process, but it didn't work out in my favor.  Even now as I write this, I'm quietly reminded of what a distraction that may have become with regards to my own creative and healing process.  While I can't, and I won't, knock any or all of the Hollywood types, as I'...
This is a pretty simple topic although I'd like to revisit it, for clarity's sake.  For starters, and for those of you that are new to me, one of the best methods for growing spiritually is by learning how to listen.  This isn't just a mental activity, this isn't something that you think about, it's something that you actually do. Listening By slowing down and taking on a heart-centered approach towards listening, you can improve the results of those life experiences that you have intended for yourself, and for those people that you surround yourself with.  It's a simple practice that doesn't require a lot of thought, but more so, a lot of silence.  Some people are uncomfortable with silence as if their mind has to be chatting about something, but the reality is, the sooner we find silence in our lives, the sooner we can be free of the restrictive thought patterns that arise and can lead to karmically uncertain situations. Telepathy This is a hard to...