Metaphor #11: A Perfect Circle

I've been stuck on painting the last week or so, nothing to inspire words, just pictures. But today... I had a chat with someone and some inspiration hit me. Have you figured out now that most of this shit is just stories? Anyways... I went to the library and got a new book, the kind … Continue reading Metaphor #11: A Perfect Circle

Quantum Computing and the Ghost of Bertrand Russell

[ I can imagine you seeing the word "Ghost" in the Subject line and automatically dismissing my entire email before you even read it. haha! ] So, I had a someone¬†ask me today, "Do you think... blah blah blah... is possible?" My response: If you ask a question in the format of, "Do you think … Continue reading Quantum Computing and the Ghost of Bertrand Russell

Wave Biology and Harmonic Communication of Life

> This guy is freaking amazing! He basically proved that all living things, right down to a single strand of DNA, communicates with the universe electronically using ELF (extremely low frequency) waves. This means that a point of experience, a living thing, merely has to be in proximity to "something" to interact and collapse the … Continue reading Wave Biology and Harmonic Communication of Life

Metaphor #9: No Know Desire

The very last thing I said to her that night we talked on the phone, the very first night back from Brazil. Part of what makes my life JUST SO unusual is my rapid change in myself, it's just so fast. It's like spinning around in the universe with all these other experiencers out there, … Continue reading Metaphor #9: No Know Desire

Have you a Thought?

Have you ever noticed something subtle yet telling and chose not to notice; choosing¬†to push it away from thought, hoping by not thinking, it would make the something somehow less real? Have you ever had a wish, and chose to watch it play out in your mind, watching as the key character, hoping that by … Continue reading Have you a Thought?

Metaphor #8: Know no Desire

A blind dream samurai is able has such keen hearing, much like Milton Erickson had such keen eyes, that he could hear the waves of the universe, hear the waves of individual change; he could not only hear these things, but also the way that the universe connects to itself, much like a spider web. … Continue reading Metaphor #8: Know no Desire

VIDEO: Sherrie on Subjectivity and Mind Sciences

Video of creator, SMS Research Group on Subjective Sciences.