Love Is A Second Hand In Motion

James: Or was it…a second hand emotion? Never could figure that out, but either way: what does it got to do with anything? Said no one ever, except Tina Turner. The rest of us know it has everything to do with everything, is what we are only ever seeking in this lifetime and all lifetimes: the fleeting … Continued

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Doing and Not-Doing

James: Happy/Sad. Yes/No. Up/Down. Here/There. Then/Now. Life/Death. Justice/Injustice. The interface is where we live and none of these words, as important as they are, have any meaning unless refracted by our singular position. From the senseless, we use it to make sense. Of chaos, order. We are alchemists of meaning in a reality that has none … Continued

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Rest That Kidney Money

James: In Chinese medicine, of three treasures given at birth from our parents, Jing is what makes our life different than a rock’s. Stored in our kidneys, it is conditional for both body and soul, essence and destiny, wisdom and growth. It is our truest self, known as a life lived over years. The bad news first: it … Continued

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… look where you want to go.

James: Neurobehaviouralists suggest we experience only the surprising. Everything else gets lost into the deep blue of our subconscious mind, with its business ends of icebergs and ridiculous fishes. The connections made there are so beyond comprehension, no number could catch them. You can get a sense of what might remain unseen in at least a … Continued

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Let’s Get Free

James: For so much of my meditation career, I wanted to…I don’t know, break on through to the other side. Transcend. Get the BIG one. Full unity, non-duality, whatever. What if, though, something was alive in me, already helping me, as a mother would her newborn child, teaching me how to walk first on two legs, … Continued

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