Recently, I have watched videos and read blogs that talk about ostriches burying their heads in the sand to block out reality. The ostrich burying its head in the sand has become a symbol representing silly people who do not see the world as it really is. They are blind by their own stupid action. … More Wearing blinkers
Somewhere here on my blog is the story of the death of my mother. After she died she came to me in the night and dictated a lot of information about her condition in what she called “the here and now”. The reason I cannot put a link here is because I’m using the new … More Meaningful dreams
I was totally unaware of my personal spiritual nature until my opening up in the early nineties. I was not ignorant. Just unaware that all the books I had been reading, the deep discussions I got into with people – in my case usually when drunk – actually applied to ME. Spirituality was something other … More Becoming aware
It seems to me, if you follow Social Media, that an immense sense of rage is churned up in the hearts of people by it. Today, even rage might be fake! The outrage against men by feminists, of the disabled with the abled, of LGBTQ in their cause, the outrage of anti abortionists, of university … More Rage
I am “the baby boomer” generation We feel distressed that we are blamed by the young in the UK for so much. I am blamed for owning property here in the UK, because it was EASY for us to get our feet on the housing ladder when we were young. I would like to dispel … More Generational compassion
This morning, as I lay between sleep and alertness, I remembered that when Sheel clairaudiently taught me in the eighteen months of my lessons, she finished every one by saying “Love your life!”. That was the hardest lesson of all. I don’t think I’ve learned it yet, but I am understanding it more. It’s hard … More Love your life
I am having a real problem with this ‘love’ thing! In my transcendent self, I know that the matter of the Universe is one of Love – of allowing – of supporting evolution. Of experiencing the joy of ‘being’ by being in all its forms in all dimensions. Including human ‘being’. That’s a vast view. … More What is this ‘love’ thing?
I was thinking about ways us humans think about ourselves in connection to God. One way is to think of ourselves as God experiencing itself/himself/herself through our humanity. He experiences his own existence via us. Our observer selves are a mechanism of experience for a greater consciousness. And ‘It’ is in the process of evolution. In … More Ways to believe we are God
i am finding times in my life now when the feeling of love for humanity that everyone speaks of spiritually, dries up. I see horrible things happening in a world full of seemingly crazy people. I dislike consumerism. I dislike Neo Feminism. I dislike manipulated news. I dislike the politics here in the United Kingdom. … More When my love feeling has gone – what do I do?
For years, I attended Meeting for Worship on a Sunday at one of the United Kingdom’s oldest and most treasured Quaker meeting houses in the valley where George Fox started preaching. I loved the history of the Quakers – persecuted, imprisoned, tortured even, but undeterred in their conviction that God spoke to everyone if they … More Quakerism explained glamorously