Tags (50) : mind

Holding Tight

The mind is such a wonderful play toy. We extract endless hours of entertainment from and because of it, keeping ourselves quite busy and fully occupied. Is it any wonder that we seek salvation? Demonstrating to ourselves that we exist, we… 09 Oct 2003

Tape Name: Essence Of Auditing, Know To Mystery Scale

“Talk about human memory - phooey. I mean, there’s no worry about this at all. The only reason a person cannot remember is because he is facing a computer that he expects to remember. He will know the computer is fixed when it remembers. You… 21 Dec 2002

The Fear Of Change

The fear of change drives all sorts of behavior. From holding onto ‘things’ to fixating on thoughts, the fear of change requires the ability to locate and fixate. This is not an innate ability or ‘talent’ much desired by all, but a degradation… 30 Sep 2002

Sooner Or Later

In the time between there lies a substance known as Eternity. It is here that Existence fulfills itself and weeps in the delight of estrangement. Alone at last, we remain peaceful and still. To know peace is to know otherwise. Belonging to no… 24 Sep 2001

Sand In My Eyes

Intellectual ramblings entertain and enthrall us with their experiential emotive content, but deliver little of substance or value. Value is surmised in regard to emotional content. The higher the content, the bigger the high. Intelligence taxes… 19 Jul 2001

Value Fulfillment

The mind knows no bounds - or so it thinks, and this is the position from where all knowledge comes from. Imaginary idealism is effemerous indeed. Vaporware for the masses, so eager are we to embrace and fulfill. Thoughts ponder to and fro, but… 12 Jun 2001


Efforting to give life to our imagery, there can be no existence otherwise. Striving to ‘forget’, our imagination runs wild with concepts and ideas and we thereby become the servant of the those very same efforts. How convoluted must we become… 14 Mar 2001

Holding On For Dear Life

Life, as we know it, is purposeful activity. It is productive, enriching and fulfilling on some deep down level. We gain experiences with which we share among others of like mind. We find that without Life to fulfill us, existence becomes… 13 Mar 2001

Are You Having A Good Day?

“Who Am I?” Ask the question and determine the response received. If the echo comes as “Me” or “I”, then the response mechanism being employed is none other than the imagination of the mind. Stillness of a response indicates something else. That… 12 Feb 2001

So, Where Does It All Leave Us Today?

Striving for some imagined goal, seeking to fulfill ourselves, we scurry to and fro busying ourselves to avoid Ourselves. The mind captures our attention and holds it as if it’s life depended upon it, which of course, it does. The Seeker seeks… 12 Feb 2001

Making The World In Our Own Image

News and views related to clearing technology can be found in a variety of sources, but it seems that the best source of all are the back alleys of the Internet. Of course, these ‘back alleys’ are not restricted to the Internet alone, but… 11 Feb 2001

Nothing Out Of Nothing

Definitive characteristics are displayed according to the type of mind employed. These various types each have their own unique make-up, purpose and style of results. One enduring quality common to all minds is the process of creation,… 29 Jan 2001


Mind games require us to play by very defined rules. These rules engage and capture our interest and before you know it, the immersion is denied whole-heartedly. The difference in knowing you are playing versus the idea that you ARE playing are… 12 Jan 2001

Getting Past The Intellectual Mind

(In response to event sychronicity:)”Rubert’s state of mind was in correspondence with your own state of mind, even as you are in some kind of correspondence with your old environment, so in these cases you have a free flow of… 11 Oct 2000

Just Be YourSelf

All the religious theories and doctrines in the world could never replace the emptiness that is felt within. That emptiness can never be denied and in the same breath we seek fulfillment by whatever strikes our fancy. To be empty requires the… 02 Oct 2000

Be Brave, Be Yourself

From religious beliefs to our own individual thoughts, realization is constantly used as a reminder that our embodiment in physical form contains meaning only within the framework of spirituality and even then, the form seems of little import…. 24 Aug 2000

The Reality Of Imagination

What is imagination? For a definition just look around you. Your perception of imagination is borne of filtering ‘reality’ through the looking glass of the mind. One may see beauty in an object, another sees repelling emotions. The object… 24 Aug 2000

Time Is Of The Essence

Revivification seems to be a well paying and wildly popular form of entertainment. That is not to say that benefits are not derived, but the extent of those benefits are severely limited. Entertainment is like that and has little longevity. The… 21 Aug 2000

Mind Knowledge

According to a particular, in some circles popular, belief there are four factors which define activity: time, place, form and event. Precisely locating each aspect of the factors is supposed to relieve certain ‘upsetting’ events and the… 20 Jul 2000

Identification, Are You Me?

Sages make mention of the fact that we are what we perceive. The world is as we make it. Does this mean that I have created you just as you are? The mind plays all sorts of games, but reality never changes. We are the same, and yet individually… 19 Jul 2000

Mind Drug

The Mind of Man is a powerful drug.Where it leads you cannot follow.Upon reaching its’ destination, it fails to do so.Wondering, it grows in strength.To destroy it, reveals the desire to destroy oneself.To succumb to its’… 05 Jun 2000

Seeing Beyond The ThunderDome

We come to a new place, seeking answers to questions that drive us mad. Within us, burns the desire to “know”. Believing that knowing is the ultimate form of self-aggrandizement, we align ourselves with those who can impart their “wisdom”,… 23 May 2000


The duality of existence requires the perception that another is in control, but that we have a choice in what we do and how we do it. It is then up to the “higher” powers that be, whether that choice is acceptable or not. We pay for our… 23 Apr 2000

The Spiritual Dark Ages Of Man

Religion perpetually seeks to rid mankind of it’s physical form and restore the sense of spirituality within us. Progress in this can be gauged in centuries for the nature of man is one of mindfulness. This mindfulness was further defined and… 06 Jan 2000

Carnival Of Life

The loss of self is the motivation for which we yearn to know the self. Folly is what we endeavor to learn. Seeking what we have hidden from ourselves is called mindless busy-work. While we busy ourselves with our own unique “work”, Life around… 27 Dec 1999

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