A blurb about having vertigo

Vertigo is really humbling. I had it a few years ago. The first time was coming from a plunge in cold water -into a hot room at my favorite Korean bath spa. The room spun so rapidly I thought I would fall. Fortunately then, it lasted a few seconds. The summer before I got divorced,…

Every picture tells a story

Consider, While every picture tells a story of a thousand words, Every part of your picture Has one of its own. So when you’re looking a picture As e-vidence of proximity in any given situation, How they got there on the page, might be quite interesting. At least if you like listening to people and…

Welcome spirit (AEIOU#2)

Imagine you as entity, whole in the womb. Embryo enjoined into vessel of being but yet unawakened, without breath, sparkless. [1] Also not yet named in one’s inner ear clearly, Nor until now did a parent look you in the eye when saying your combination of vowels and consonants. Growing in and with your mother’s…

Lamed  ל

The path of Lamed ל is our experience of day-to-day decisions we make to stay in our commitments towards those we love; our corpus of family. Could be pronounced La’ med, l’ame d, or lamed- the latter like caused an ouch. With Lamed’s ל path, as our truths unfold, we may feel a bit lamed,…

Qoph ק, Shin ש and Teth ט

Spelled multiple ways - Kuf, Qof, too, is  our  quality of Yeztiratic boson energy self – our Nape –where “He” whispers to us. Qoph ק has planted Vau ו with a descending winding structure wrapping ever nearer. Qoph ק sits at the bottom of Kabbalah’s tree– on the pillar of Force. Of spirit, but self…

What is our need?

* This essay focuses on the nature of ‘need’. * When our basic needs are met, Soma’s chakras are secure and we stand in our power naturally. * We have resilience and can be productive. We have more ability to give of ourselves consequentially. * For this our soma body hive minds must be honored…