As a child, my first and one of the best lessons in paying attention came from an Edgar Rice Burroughs, Tarzan novel. The sentiment was simple but profound. It was not the elephant or tiger he feared but the silent beetle who carried death in its touch. I ask you to consider this thought as… Read More The true line between life and death
In this video we follow two lines of reason. First we go with acceptance of what is happening and working with it and Second: We purposely resist reality (stick strikes) to come to terms with the fear and tension that reside within us. Only with acceptance both within and for what is around us can… Read More Do the wrong thing. On purpose.
When you believe there is danger or when you feel it, things happen. Those can include a shifting of time perception from freezing to speeding up the inner picture of events unfolding to lifting of barriers we carry within ourselves from tiredness to codes of conduct someone else put to pen. When actual danger happens… Read More AN HONEST LOOK AT DANGER