Sunday Matinee: Awaken To The Eternal w/ N. Maharaj

The seeker is he who is in search of himself.

Give up all questions except one: ‘Who am I?’ After all, the only fact you are sure of is that you are. The ‘I am’ is certain. The ‘I am this’ is not.

Struggle to find out what you are in reality.

To know what you are, you must first investigate and know what you are not.

Discover all that you are not — body, feelings thoughts, time, space, this or that — nothing, concrete or abstract, which you perceive can be you.

The very act of perceiving shows that you are not what you perceive.

The clearer you understand on the level of mind you can be described in negative terms only, the quicker will you come to the end of your search and realize that you are the limitless being.

– Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj

Namaste Vagabonds, Vandals, and Viceroys!

I thought you guys would enjoy this if the consumption of gross utility became a tad unsatisfying, or if you just felt like enjoying all the seed bearing plants and herbs on this brisk Sunday morn. As usual, when sharing any system of understanding, it seems important to re-emphasize the prime directive, “Believe nothing, merely entertain ideas.” Absent the state of realization articulated by Nisargadatta that moves beyond the tendencies of the mind, I think it necessary to embrace the skeptical faculty, especially when engaged in pursuits of this nature.  Failure to do so often leads to losing sight of our individual necessities and obstacles.

Historically, a criteria for salvation has been the reduction of individuality to some replicated unit of repeatability with a predilection for production by promises of an objective paradisaical promise-land. But here’s the view from the Hyd3 side amigos. If you used the word “car” and I used the word “car” it’s highly unlikely that we would both conjure a 1989 GNX with a 3.8L intercooled turbo. (If you did btw, love the taste in automobiles!). The closest meeting of the minds we could achieve in the absence of additional details would be a motorized chariot of sorts for commuting from one place to another.  If we can’t agree on what constitutes a “car,”, what chance do we have on achieving consensus for abstractions like “heaven,” or “God?” Maharaj aims to take the seeker beyond these limited classifications of the mind, and therefore of language, by inquiry into what constitutes one’s individual essence.

Always love any cogitations you may wish to share and just in case you’re interested, here’s a link to an online version of Nisargadatta Maharaj’s tome, I Am That. Link here.

One love,



Sunday Matinee: Kundalini – Reflections of the Inner Light

One’s-Self I sing, a simple separate person,

Yet utter the word Democratic, the word En-Masse.

Of physiology from top to toe I sing,

Not physiognomy alone nor brain alone is worthy for the Muse, I say the Form complete is worthier far,

The Female equally with the Male I sing.

Of Life immense in passion, pulse, and power,

Cheerful, for freest action form’d under the laws divine,

The Modern Man I sing.

—Walt Whitman

Various schools of ancient philosophy and insight were centered around unlocking the vast mysteries residing within the heavenly temple of the human body. Through gaining an understanding of himself, man sought to interpenetrate the mysteries underlying the music of the spheres. Over the centuries, Eastern philosophies have probed these mysteries at great depth and seem to share a common recognition of a super sensory energy system that resides within the human body.  The beauty of modernity however, lies in our ability to filter these ancient philosophies through the lens of inquiry to pierce through the mendacity that inevitably accrues with the passage of time.

I think this is a well done presentation introducing the pre-Vedic concept of Kundalini to the Western mind.  Kundalini represents the all-powerful cosmic creative energy that unifies both the physical and spiritual aspects of our existence and can be described as a mystical experience of self-realization.  I’m not in a position to speak with authority on this subject amigos, but instead share this to open further avenues of exploration for the curious among you. Enjoy!

Neither shall they say, Lo here! or, lo there! for, behold, the kingdom of God is within you. Luke 17:21

One love,


An irrational ordering of reality?


“We have only 35 Chambers. There is no 36.”

“I know that, but I want to create a new Chamber.”

“Oh, and what would that be?”

The 36th Chamber of Shaolin

Apertures of the Cosmic Giggle! Wuz up witchya?

I’m always thrilled when I listen to something and it inspires a lexiconic flow streamed directly from the implicate order. You may not share my enthusiasm when reading amigos, lol, but who knows, maybe you might agree with the general thrust.  Consensus is tough to achieve these days, so I’ll settle for a tacit nod in agreement.  I’m certainly not oblivious of the fact that you don’t follow hgd for a purely rational ordering of reality.  Hey c’mon now, an occasional break from learning Kaio-ken with King Kai, Bubbles, and Gregory isn’t necessarily a bad thing.  All work – no play – dull boy and all.

With Rome in a chaotic frenzy as the excesses of empire have returned home to roost and Romulus Augustulus articulating moral “outrage” over a dead journalist as justification to slaughter more brown people, my hypocrisy meter has been set to berserk.  How soon we forget who annihilated the sovereign state of Iraq, slaughtered a million people in two countries in aggressive acts of war and bombed the Al Jazeera press building after being notified of its coordinates.   I get really tired of the hypocritical calculus of capitalist morality and the West forcefully articulating its version of self-determination to other groups around the world. Especially when wrapped in neoliberal market ideology and served with a side-order of gmo seeds.  I think it necessary to preempt any accusation of endorsing compelled collectivism at this juncture by adding that I don’t respond well to hortatory propaganda or centralized planning either. Today however, what I am compelled to do is change the vibe as the innermost witness of all cognition has beckoned a different subject to share with you guys and dolls.

In systems theory there are no immutable laws as things must be comprehended within a temporal framework.  So for example the “laws” at this present time would not have been as we understand them one pico-second after the big bang. Ever wonder what exactly went bang btw?  I heard somewhere that science always seems to need one miracle and then it can take care of the rest.  But it’s as Goethe elegantly inquired, “How from no-thing the primal thing arose?” That’s really the million dollar question – how did something intelligent arise from nothing.  By what quantum alchemy does 0 yield 1? When I read Goethe’s eloquence,  it becomes so evident as to why I cannot consider what I do as writing folks.  Info dispenser– yes, writer- not really.  If you would enjoy reading the rest of the verse, please click here.

What I was getting at with the laws is that we tend to take concepts as static, unchanging principles that eternally bind us. Once you add a temporal dimension however, these static principles become dynamic.  Dynamic principles both influence and are influenced by the evolution of the system.  Now in any dynamic system, symmetry breaks are the fundamental requirement for change and progress.  Methinks some psychic symmetry breaks would be right on time to aid those trapped in a somnambulatory state of being.

Symmetry breaks are fundamental to the evolution of any system.  And you my fellow voyagers, are a system.  A rather grand system if I do say so, but a system nonetheless.  Symmetry breaks of the psyche, especially when voluntarily undertaken can have remarkably profound results.  Symmetries typically serve normative roles and are constraints on any position.  In order to facilitate evolution, the symmetries must be broken so new symmetries will ultimately form..  So why not tweak your reality tunnel some, and try to exist with an alternate version of events?  Break the mold so to speak.

Take Jehovah for a spin or try atheism if the fella in the sky has got you under pressure.  If you’re a libertarian, try Marxist philosophy.  If you’re a Marxist, holla at Herbert Spencer and Ron Paul.  See how fundamentally upending the beliefs most closely linked with self-definition affect your moment by moment existence.  I learned this from King Kai yesterday and it seems apropos so I’ll pass it on.  Try to validate the antithesis of every thesis upon which your world view is based.  But be honest with yourself like a chess-player learning the game by playing both sides and making the best possible move with the opposite colored pieces.  Confirmation bias is only going to thwart the purpose of the exercise and ultimately any possible growth.

I’ve been trying to consciously conceptualize myself as a process until it becomes the default position.  Typically we conceive of ourselves as a static “I” to which some external reality is happening. What if we were to break the symmetry and conceptualize the self as a process?  A continuous cosmic flow of becoming.  The goal is to eviscerate the “I” and “not I” distinction and consciously perceive a dynamic entity with no repeatability of experience whatsoever.  I believe the word coined by Joe Marshalla was “repeatlessness.” A corollary that would also logically follow is that you therefore define yourself by how you relate to other processes.

It’s been shown that you impact another person’s physiology my merely being present in the same vicinity. When you begin to exchange small mouth noises to communicate archetypal constructs it becomes apparent, but it does not require escalation to the verbal level of exchange for the effect to occur.  Processes are continuously exchanging information although most fail to rise to the level of conscious awareness.  The power of words or intended effects therefore become all the more evident.  I guess it’s as the wise ones say, if you can’t say something in such a way that the other person feels good upon receiving it, then it is better to practice noble silence and not say anything at all.  Try to see yourself in the other person’s position so to speak.

When you realize that you and every other expression of matter is in a continuous process of becoming, then reality assumes an entirely new character.   A view of reality based on a dynamic relation between components versus static individual properties bound by laws can actually be traced back to Heisenberg, so I think my bases are pretty well covered.  If you focus on how you relate to others and the feedback loop involved in your evolution versus a static ordering of things, it’s impossible not to develop a more benevolent personal ethic.  You become like water.  It’s as Bruce said, “Put water in a cup, it becomes the cup, put water in a bottle, it becomes the bottle.”

I’ll leave you with this compadres –  Attention drives transformation.  For example, if you pay attention to your breath, breathing improves.  If you pay attention to the self through self observation, then self-awareness improves.  Here’s a fun practical exercise to improve cognition of the indweller. This is taken from a book I shared some time back, Gurdjieff Unveiled by Seymour Ginsburg.  In case you missed it, click here for more.  If you practice regular mindfulness and can add to this exercise, by all means, please jump in.  I think that self observation should be practiced by everyone as the benefits to the voice of the silence are rather profound. Man know thyself and you will know all.

In the old days many people said grace before meals but this is tantamount to the same thing.  If you eat 3 times a day, there are 21 opportunities for this exercise during the course of a week.  How ever many times you eat is fine though.  Before each meal call attention to yourself and state your intention. Take a few seconds and realize that you are about to undertake the sacred process of nourishing your self.  For instance, right now you are reading and can direct your awareness to the fact that you are reading.  Try to do the same thing before you eat.  Call attention to your self and what you’re about to do.  I use the word “try” because I thought this quite difficult.  While I’ve worked my way up to roughly 15 or so times per week, I think 2, maybe 3 out of 21 in the 1st week.  At the end of each week, review just how many times you actually remembered the practice.  If you voluntarily adopt this exercise, forgetting will tell you quite a bit about your state of presence and attentiveness.

Feel free to keep me posted on your progress Argonauts.  And keep in mind that failure tells us more about our level of consciousness than success ever will. Success only leads to preservation of the status quo.

Here’s a little symmetry tweaking adventure into the eargasmic for your enjoyment.  Bubbles always has the best Kaio-ken training music. Hey, where’s the fun in a rational ordering of reality? All reality is virtual after all

One love,


A bIt ’bout Oneness

Hey Soul Rebels,

Sorry about the absence as of late but I hope it’s okay for me to blame it on the monsters.  If you need evidence just look under the bed.  Trust me, they’re there. It’s not for a lack of effort to conceive the alternative, but my life cannot not include a desire to try to solve the mystery of itself. I’m not saying alternatives are impossible as the world is filled with varied form and favor, but this journey from the birth canal to the awning grave is not without a consuming desire to know not that which the eye can see, but whereby the eye can see.

While able to shun it for much of my life, a man must swim with the current lest he be overcome by the force of the river. And the river is mighty amigos, very mighty indeed. I am glad to have this forum to share what I unearth with you however. After all, there are no discoveries, only revelations. For those who may argue otherwise, the universe was entangled long before we “discovered” entanglement.

I recently stumbled across this 3 stage gnosis of oneness by Thomas Keating and it just clicked. I hope the vibe resonates with you similarly.

Essentially the gnosis of oneness consists of the following stages:-

The gnosis of oneness begins with a truthful realization that there is an “Other”

What follows next is a deep and profound yearning to be like the Other

Finally one comes to the realization that there is no Other, as you were one with the Other all along. There is only the One.

Truthfully folks, life is so fleeting, it’s over before you know it.  The ride is an illusion and when you reawaken your connection to the inner world you’ll once again remember this bit of forgotten wisdom. Besides, there is no river!

One can only hope that this realization is accompanied by an awareness that the same ideological thread underpins both the unfettered slaughter of the Iraqi people and the Trail of Tears. Medals for murder have always been maneuvered to manipulate the muddled minds of minority. Murder is murder and no state stamp of approval makes it justifiable. Ask yourself why does society pedestalize war profiteers like Jeffrey Immelt and imprison John Gotti? Is it because the blood spilled in the desert is brown? There is no difference in the mindset of men who consider profiting by violence to be acceptable. Or did G.E. convince you that it only made toasters?

The parade of prophetical personages by corporate interests chomping at the bits to insert rancid market ideology into the awakening of humanity has sought to define oneness and criticism of the status quo as mutually exclusive spheres. Somehow any discussion of oneness cannot include the criminality of the established order. Please don’t fall for this ruse folks. A true understanding of oneness demands that you speak out about injustice anywhere, as it’s a threat to justice everywhere. So said a man far wiser than I.

One love,


Mind over Matter


What’s da deal Superfriends?!

I trust that your week was not too arduous an experience. I had a chance to gloss over the Roberts’ opinion in the McCutcheon case this afternoon and actually started to pen a diatribe. My higher self would intervene however and I decided to hit the delete key instead and not indulge the negativity.  A two or three line summation should suffice to capture my thoughts regarding this issue and allow us to progress to the “fun” stuff that much faster.

The inundation of the airwaves with partisan trash and mudslinging has already begun with the mid-terms right around the corner. With both parties purchased in the upcoming elections, please expect the constellation of concessions to the corporate cabal to continue. Casting a ballot for either party also tacitly endorses 1/3 of the budget being siphoned off to facilitate a machine of human sacrifice, the genocide in Palestine, a further contraction of the already dwindling network of social services, and a continued concentration of capital. You’ve just gotta love bipartisan consensus. But enough with the world of make believe however, time for something that you may actually find a tad useful in navigating this experiential slice between the first inhale and final exhale. And maybe distracts you just enough from the routine of business as usual.

I was recently privileged to stumble across an essay Power and the Use of Thought by C.W. Leadbeater. Link here and audio version here. I thought this was a fascinating read and if you have the time, you might want to give it a once over. What struck me as interesting is that back in 1911, he possessed the understanding that thoughts are things. Now this was not discovered until only very recently. I know, you’re probably like, “what the heck are you talking about thoughts are things H3nry? That sounds pretty absurd.” But just go with me for a sec amigos.

If you’ve followed the videos that have been shared in the past, I hope that you remember the discussion on mass and energy. If not, here’s the gist. I’m pretty sure that you’ve heard of Einstein’s ubiquitous energy mass equation E= mc^2, where E – energy, m – mass, c – speed of light

Well since c is a constant it is merely a scaling factor relating energy and mass. i.e. some mass (m) multiplied by c^2 is the value of E. So energy is essentially mass, at least a barely detectable, trace amount of mass.

Now here is where it gets really interesting.  Alan Jasanoff, a professor of Biological Engineering at MIT developed an MRI sensor that measures concentrations of dopamine, a brain chemical that carries messages between neurons and is involved in learning, movement, and other activities.  Like a standard MRI, it picks up a magnetic change in a protein—only in this system, the magnetic signature changes when the protein binds to dopamine rather than oxygen. This allows for the measure of individual neurons.

Researchers can show the patient something—a picture or string of words—and measure the response to the stimulus. If the patient was shown say an image of Halle Berry, a single neuron would fire. As neurons create electrical potentials that “fire” and propagate throughout the brain, the patterns of firing can be described as “waves.” These propagation patterns can also be represented as waves of energy. Now if we measure the energy of the individual neuron creating this wave when a stimulus is presented, we can plug it into our original equation and voila! We can solve for the mass of the individual thought. I guess there’s truth to the claim that you’re weighed down by your thoughts after all. Lol

But when do we have a single negative thought? Unlike positive thinking which requires work and flutters away without a moments notice, we constantly replay negative thoughts in our mind. It seems like a pattern of pernicious thinking is more of a burden than anyone may have initially realized.

So now you might be wondering, “So how does this actually impact my day to day existence?” Here’s where we must return to days of yore and some of the wisdom our ancestors bequeath us before the Vatican Church thought it superfluous.

Bodies of esoteric wisdom such as Hermeticism and Taoism espouse the fundamental principle of polarity. If you remember the principle as outlined in the previous share of The Kybalion – everything is dual as the Universe is a coincidence of opposites – thesis and antithesis, heat and cold, Yin and Yang. Opposites are identical in nature but different in degree.  It explains that in everything there are two poles, or opposite aspects, and that “opposites” are really only the two extremes of the same thing, with many varying degrees between them.

To illustrate: heat and cold, although “opposites,” are really the same thing, the differences consisting merely of degrees of the same.  When next you glance at a thermometer, try to determine where heat ends and cold begins. It is dependent on subjective experience alone. Anger and compassion, love and fear, happy and sad, etc. each is an illustration of the opposite poles underlying the same archetypal construct. So opposing states are different degrees of the same construct but not different ones. Think of it like this, you can move from sad to happy but this is unrelated to the dichotomy of love/ fear or calm/ upset.

Polarity is also an operation of the mental plane, thus dominated by mind. Now I’m sure you’ve all experienced the transition from one emotive state to its opposite pole where a specific issue was concerned. Say for example you have a negative thought related to some event X. After some interval of time however you’re able to reassess the situation and you are no longer unhappy about the occurrence of X. This transmutation of mood from sad to happy regarding X is a shift in polarity, albeit a generally slow process.  But given that mind controls, the movement is not dependent on the slow drawl of time since by mentally willing the change it can be accomplished much sooner.

Now if thru the operation of mind a negative thought can be transmuted into a positive one and vice versa, and we’ve already shown that thoughts have mass, aren’t you exercising mind over matter when you practice mental transmutation?!

Your minds are capable of wondrous things amigos. I’m once again reminded of the Pythic maxim “Know Thyself.” You owe it to yourself to inquire into yourself without the intrusion of oppressive external coordinates thwarting the inquiry. I’ll leave you with the following disclaimer folks- I don’t profess to be an expert on any of these subjects and share this info as a point of origin for additional discussion. If you can add anything to further our understanding, please don’t hesitate to chime in. And If you must literally bear the burden of your contemplations, fill yourself with wisdom, love, joy and other thoughts that although do have mass, also serve to enliven the Spirit.


One love,



Share the Wealth: Sadhana – The Realization of Life by Rabindranath Tagore

a-buddha-in-the-rain_lFacts are many, but the truth is one – Rabindranath Tagore

Kin of Kalki,

It’s been a while since our last installment of Share the Wealth so one is definitely due. To compensate for the prolonged delay however, I’ve decided to make today’s share a truly insightful spiritual discourse. I thought some wisdom grounded in the Eastern mystic tradition of the Upanishads would be a nice change of pace from our previous adventure with Christian Rosenkreutz. Same criteria apply as the other nuggets I’ve shared, free and short, well relatively short anyway.

The word “sadhana” is of Sanskrit origin and is literally translated as “a means of accomplishing something.” It can be considered as an ego transcending spiritual practice. In addressing the relationship with the infinitude from which all things proceed, this narrative touches on the virtues and failings of the human condition and makes a case for the merits of transcending the state of ego consciousness.  Topics like the problem of self and evil, the appreciation of beauty, and one’s awareness of soul consciousness are all eloquently addressed by the author. For fans of the written word, I suggest keeping a pen and paper handy as Tagore’s word-craft is the embodiment of flowery elegance.

I think this one will warp your reality tunnels amigos. The author really does conduct a deeply profound inquiry into the nature of our roles as mediators between the abstract and the concrete. Sadhana “found” me when an awareness of the ideas contained therein was necessary, and my genuine hope is that it serves as a beacon illuminating your path to realizing the grand pattern of universal procedure. It’s a brilliant little book that you’ll find yourself reading multiple times for a comprehensive digestion of its contents. Although less than 90 typed pages of legible font, its length is no indication of its profundity. I’ll also link to a Librivox audiobook download for your listening pleasure.

Here’s an excerpt of the summary provided by the Spiritual Bee site that shared the text:

“Sadhana – The Realisation of Life” is a breathtaking collection of spiritual discourses given by Rabindranath Tagore to the boys in his school, in Bolpur, West Bengal. A repository of the timeless wisdom of the East, Sadhana is one of the most profound books on spirituality that you will ever read! We highly recommend it as a starter book to any seeker of spiritual wisdom.

Compiled and translated by Tagore from his Bengali lectures, the book consists of eight essays, in which Tagore answers some of the most profound questions of life.

Sadhana is one of those rare books that need to be read slowly, as each sentence contains an immense amount of wisdom to be digested. In the end Tagore’s captivating and rational explanations will leave you feeling breathless, exhilarated and brimming with peace, happiness and joy, as you become aware of the tremendous unifying force behind this immensely diverse and awe-inspiring Creation!”

As usual, I think the authors’ own words will best help you to decide if embracing this vibe is a worthy investment of your time. So folks, here are a few quotes to gauge whether or not this is your cup of tea.

“True deliverance of man is the deliverance from ignorance. It is not in destroying anything that is positive and real, but that which is negative, which obstructs our vision of truth.”

“Facts are many, but the truth is one. The animal intelligence knows facts, the human mind has power to apprehend truth. The apple falls from the tree, the rain descends upon the earth – you can go on burdening your memory with such facts and never come to an end. But once you get hold of the law of gravitation you can dispense with the necessity of collecting facts ad infinitum.”

“When a man does not realise his kinship with the world, he lives in a prison-house whose walls are alien to him. When he meets the eternal spirit in all objects, then is he emancipated, for then he discovers the fullest significance of the world into which he is born; then he finds himself in perfect truth, and his harmony with the all is established.”

“This is the ultimate end of man, to find the One which is in him; which is his truth, which is his soul; the key with which he opens the gate of the spiritual life, the heavenly kingdom. His desires are many, and madly they run after the varied objects of the world, for therein they have their life and fulfilment. But that which is one in him is ever seeking for unity – unity in knowledge, unity in love, unity in purposes of will; its highest joy is when it reaches the infinite one within its eternal unity.”

This world-song is never for a moment separated from its singer. It is not fashioned from any outward material. It is his joy itself taking never-ending form. It is the great heart sending the tremor of its thrill over the sky. There is a perfection in each individual strain of this music, which is the revelation of completion in the incomplete. No one of its notes is final, yet each reflects the infinite.”

I could go on, but I’ll leave the other gems for you to unearth as you progress through the work.  If you find this book at all useful in your journey, please pass it on to a fellow traveler who may also benefit in his or her own quest for understanding.

Link to the text: Sadhana –The Realization of Life

LibriVox audiobook download:

One love,


Image Credit: H . Koppdelaney

Sunday Matinee: The Tao of Physics


“Science does not need mysticism and mysticism does not need science but man needs both.”- Fritjof Capra

Greetings Argonauts,

Lemme first say that I am sorry about the delay but I’m hoping for a “better late than never” absolution today. I also offer my apologies for not keeping up with your blogs regularly, but I’ve been on info detox again. I wish I could really convey the refreshing feeling experienced mentally when you enjoy the silence from time to time. But to make amends however, you’ll get another double feature today.

When you awaken to the infinite and eternal essence from which all things proceed you eventually develop the ability to contextualize rationality. This is not an easy process and poses unique challenges as upending the particular world view by which you’ve defined your very existence causes an existential crises of sorts.  It can no longer be as you’ve thought because your experience now dictates otherwise.  While exploring various avenues of science and spirituality in search of clarity, I happened across Fritjof Capra and the Tao of Physics a little while back. Capras’ ideas were rather helpful in allowing for a new perspective to blossom.

This perspective allows one to wield rationality as the magnificent tool that it is but with an awareness that it’s only a tool. Rational thinking is a great vehicle to facilitate discrimination and comprehension of the material world. But there exists a superior knowing that goes beyond thinking. An essence that eludes empirical validation. And no words or equations can codify the awareness of this essence. I think Gibran said something like- the bird of Truth may unfurl its wings in a cage of words but will never fly. Or as masterfully captured in the Tao, “The Tao that can be named is not the eternal Tao.” For ye of a more skeptical orientation that would argue that rational analysis is the pinnacle of understanding, I offer this:- The rational construct of self places self-preservation as the highest aspiration of man. Pose that question to a lover or mother and see if that assertion remains valid. Love cannot be comprehended rationally brethren. And I assume that none would argue against the reality of the experience of love.

Fritjof Capra is a theoretical physicist who wrote the Tao of Physics in 1975, exploring the connection between quantum physics and Eastern mysticism and philosophy. This video does a great job of expressing Capras’ ideas and I hope it’s beneficial to those who are struggling with a similar stage of internal evolution. When you expand the concept of the self, you can move towards an intuitive understanding of the subject-object flaw in perception. The Big Bang is a process and not an event amigos, and you are part of that process. I hope this whets your appetite for more as you can get a used copy of Capra’s book for under 10 bucks at Amazon. (Unfortunately I couldn’t include it as part of the Share the Wealth series as it’s not in the public domain.)

The Tao of Physics

**Bonus Feature – DeVine**

While some may be fortunate to experience an organic shift in conscious evolution, others may not have had this awareness. Here’s a little something for those who might desire some further information and guidance with “awakening” within their own lives. :)

One love,


P.S. I would love to hear any thoughts on the connection that underpins these vids folks. So please don’t hesitate to chime in.


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