June 16th, 2020

speaker, coach, consultant

Quote of the day

Everyone’s experience indicates that everything we are, and everything we do, is simply the movement of existence itself. It’s here that we come to the highest realization indicated in all the great spiritual traditions: we do not exist as anything apart from the flow of nature and that flow is an unformed, inexplicable dance accomplishing itself. — Darryl Bailey, Essence Revisited: Slipping Past the Shadows of Illusion (p. 11). New Harbinger Publications
speaker, coach, consultant

Deprogramming ourselves

Sharon McCutcheon on Unsplash
Sharon McCutcheon on Unsplash

Good morning.

How was Monday? 

(I appreciate this blog covers many timezones and, so, you may have to wait a while to answer that Q. or it may even be the early hours of Wednesday 😂.)

If it wasn't obvious, I've suddenly discovered a whole host of new images on Unsplash (textures and patterns) and I'm loving the dreamy feel. I will return to the sunsets, pictures of nature and a few industrial ones, but this is where I'm at right now.

As an aside, this wasn't the topic I was going to write about; I want to save it for another time. It's something I've briefly touched on before, namely you're perfect. And yes, I'm deadly serious. I don't know when I'll write about it but right now it doesn't look anything like that— wow, what an understatement! — but I don't think we can call these times unprecedented qua human beings.

Instead, I decided to touch on the above subject, which follows on from my last few posts about why we do what we do without (apparent) demur — i.e. we follow a well-worn path of going to school, getting an education, finding a job, settling down, trying to do well in our job/career, enjoying our lives🙄, retiring and then...well, there ain't much time left, not that you don't want to do a lot of living.

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