From The Chaos To Which We Return

Who we are is an energy of presence. That doesn’t seem to say much, does it? The Greek poet Hesiod began his Theogony with Chaos, commonly translated as “void”. It is also the Nothingness of the Zen Buddhism – the emptiness and the experience of solitude that the emptiness seems to deliver. First Xaos (Chaos) […]

How long can you stand in love?

I haven’t been posting a month or so because I have completed what has essentially been a year-long cross-country move. The move was a calling that uprooted me from old attachments in order to assist in planting me in a place that is more suitable to my grounding, and my growth. We are all, in […]

A spider’s web of trauma bondage

As the timelines collapse – and they are collapsing – as one by one, each individual releases the role that they have long mistaken as their identity, we are witnessing something of a collective humpty-dumpty event, never to be put back together again. The breaking of the timelines happens as the roles that carry the […]

Plato’s Phaedo: The Legal Ego (63a- 63e)

This article is the seventh installment of my translation of Plato’s Phaedo. Please read the previous installment before continuing. If you are just jumping in, please begin with my introduction. In this section, Plato wants us to see something, specifically, he wants us to see how society is a function of the legal system, and […]

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