as I noted the colorful clusters of human cells through the microscope eye-piece, I saw galaxies. that is to say: biological, physical, & universal patterns repeat to the scale of infinity. so show me your nothing -- the void. the darkness, the shadow. then let us explore your infinite. we can discuss the in-between, but … Continue reading a letter of love.
The black screen behind my eyelids still posed the image of white, frost-bitten trees & fields of snow, as I gently drifted into the morning. The sunrise had just peeped over the eastern mountains. I stretched. My arms and legs had remained the way I remember them, despite my vivid dream-state journey. My four, strong … Continue reading the white wolf.
encourage, no, demand, my discomfort, for it is in these places i discover my true self. beyond self-imposed limits -- triggers, reactivity, personality constructs, lies a presence undeniably authentic. reliably, the chaos will guide me to my own source of understanding, compassion, wisdom, and intelligence. beyond duality. if i had never entered the discomfort i would … Continue reading an open poem;
Bi·o·lu·mi·nes·cence. noun. The biochemical emission of light by living organisms. Luminescing phytoplankton on the seashore. (source) As it turns out, humans emit light too. It is not quite the same as bioluminescence, as this is due to specific biochemicals within an organism. The neurons in our brains, and likely even the communication networks throughout our bodies, … Continue reading bioluminescence & biophotons.
The morning of our meeting, I had etched in blue ink onto the corner of my hand, "In order to make room for the new, I must release the old." Something about reigniting old relationships has always brought me an overwhelming sense of anxiety. Perhaps it is the visceral sensation of deep love and adoration, or … Continue reading cerebral extractives (3).
Our realities will offer us recurring themes in order to convey a particular learning lesson or personal truth. Often, these can incite pain or suffering, though they can, conversely, incite inspiration & recognition of self. I have most recently been offered opportunity to reform and reintegrate fragments of self - those which I recognize as … Continue reading the musician, the poet.
at, perhaps any cost, i will avoid repeat. my existence: many variations on a theme, all in exploration of, and revelation of, truth. innovative temptations, the greatest display of inherent creative potential. ideas are abundant, & i strive to discover in those ways which, too, are resources connections inspiration growth and love. always … Continue reading innovation & creation.
The most ancient things you can see with your bare eyes are, indeed, those great formations which exist in the night sky. Late nights on campus after exhausting myself with the Landyachtz Drop Carve 37 - my faithful longboard pal - I would lie down on UA's Heritage Hill. Its slight incline provided most excellent positioning for … Continue reading ancient yearnings & connections.
the clouds are no different than the scrolls for prophets the telling of time, or the secrets of life. cumulonimbus, stratocumulus, cirrus. if you stare long enough at the white of the star, a twinkle in the sky, it may transform before your eyes into a dancing angel. ocular mishaps, or magic? … Continue reading a stray thought…
My struggles with the mainstream medical system after diagnosis with a chronic illness led me, instinctively, down a path of holism: the theory that parts of a whole are in intimate interconnection, such that they cannot exist independently of the whole, or cannot be understood without reference to the whole. It seemed that this axiom of existence … Continue reading the ocean waves.