The Ecstasy of Wholeness

Hearing, tasting, seeing, touching, and smelling: every art and every skill requires all of the senses, all of our faculties of perception. Each one is a contribution to what we call our experience as we devise, create, build, and play. Mind, however, is the realm of tracking, memory, recollection, and projection. Mind is a toolContinue reading “The Ecstasy of Wholeness”

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)Continue reading “From The Chaos To Which We Return”