Category Archives: Intentional life

Inconceivable

“Stop acting so small”, said Rumi, the Sufi poet. If you’re going to be in relationship and engage love, prepare to change and be changed. Technically, from a psychological point of view, we cannot change another person. They make those choices.  True, we make our choices. Yet from a quantum view, and really a deeply […]

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How We See

Paul Levy in his latest and brilliant addition to quantum physics literature, The Quantum Revelation: A Radical Synthesis of Science and Spirituality, gives an incredibly beautiful example of how we are unfolding the universe as the universe is unfolding us with the example of light. That light, like the sun, in its desire to be […]

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Rubble

When Something Sacred Burns… When something sacred burns, like the Cathedral of Notre Dame, our hearts may ache for what feels lost — the sacred geometry, the craftsmanship of the ages, their touch and eye, the beauty, the majesty. The remainder of the structure looks like an elegantly framed pile of rubble. Though designers and […]

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Pierced Logic

A friend of mine told a story of sailing through the night near St. Maarten. He was on watch at the helm while the crew were sleeping. He couldn’t see anything that would be a problem in the balmy night waters, yet suddenly had a strong feeling there was something ahead. On that feeling, he […]

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Epoch

Anything we are “working on” is simply a construct of our consciousness, a frame of reference we’ve learned to work from and within. As we dissolve our frame of reference, its contents, what we’re working on, become a non-thing and dissolve as well. Your life can change, expand, evolve epoch by epoch. MondayWisdoms™ to your […]

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