What’s The Static?

How might static (or a low amplitude signal) take part in the formation of our consciousness?

When we read, we concentrate on the words, rarely the spaces between them. But it is the spaces that allow us to consider each discrete series of letters (the information we need to transfer and receive).

What happens in these spaces that helps to group words into their discrete meanings?

What happens in the spaces between the mind’s images and its thoughts?


In Gulliver’s Travels, Jonathan Swift introduced a theme to his book by calling his main character “Gulliver,” a corruption of the word “gullible.” Throughout his travels, Gulliver shows himself to be gullible, believing things he’s told to the exclusion of all logic. What is this gullibility that we speak of? What does the word mean? …

Déjà VooDoo

Déjà VooDoo

Instance A: (Recognition Before Announcement): From outside us, on a TV commercial about St. Jude’s Hospital, Danny Thomas is about to be identified. We recognize his identity—Danny Thomas—from memory before the commercial identifies him.

Inside The Mind of God

  The Implicit (what is not expressed) may have occurred before the expansion of the Big Bang. A circular (or spherical) expanding boundary from a singularity can only occur if there are relationships across it. If there are no differences (in perspective) across a boundary, then neither the expansion, nor the boundary nor the relationship …

Codependent Relationships/Meditation

  Codependency definition: excessive psychological reliance on a partner. Here we look within the individual mind and trade the word “partner” for “template”.   How many of us have ever been in a codependent situation?  All of us, I hope. Because I believe templates (see Love and Loss) don’t just form within our brains in …

Love and Loss

  Is there a difference between reaching into the past to find someone you loved but  can no longer reach and reaching into the future to find someone you love (or might love), but might never meet?  Let me give you an example. People around me are forever mourning the loss of touch with a …


Where, might you ask, do I stand on the existence of God?  I ask back:  Does a businessman accept that any system can be managed effectively by both top down and bottom up leadership and organization?  I believe in both.  The bottom up is, perhaps, the natural selection way relationships or boundaries have of creating …


  [I’m throwing out lots of ideas and questions here that I hope to clarify in later postings.]  What if it’s not how we got to be us, but our unique configuration that determines our unique consciousness?  So, does the shape, independent of anything else, determine our unique perspective?  The above idea might make sense, …

Forcing Right Behavior

Whether it be in church or the political arena, when we are told to work hard to accomplish any good act, we are relying too much on the surface lie, that our ideas are perfect truth and if we but worked hard to attain utopic ideals, our problems would be solved.

One of the topics I’ll discuss on this subject is that the world of “if” does not exist. “If” is an idea within the realm of “What Is” and because it is only one aspect or POV floating on a sea of the implicit, it must involve error. But because of Uncertainty, we cannot fathom such error. (However, the more diverse our POVs the closer we can get to an “if” world that may work).

Part of forcing right behavior in government is forced sharing, whether it be communism, socialism, or democracy. Sharing is good, but if we are not centered in a balanced mental state where unconditional sharing is a possibility, then our hard work is apt to backfire on us. These ideal forms of government require a mature and centered individual, who realizes that they need not travel to arrive. They only need to change their perspective, a nearly instantaneous event (when posted – see DOUBLE-SLIT EXPERIMENT).

As Krishnamurti says, we must realize that the end does not justify the means, it works from beginning to end.

In church, we do not have to struggle to attain the Ten Commandments no matter how righteous they sound. The mature human collapses the commandments down into two: “I am the lord they god, thou shalt have no other gods before me” and “love thy neighbor as thyself.”

But really, if we find ourselves centered, our ideals will become realities with no effort at all (when posted – see FAITH).

Why? Because our mental balance is an equilibrium between the scientific, the “What Is,” the explicit, with the spiritual, the “What Is Behind What Is,” the implicit.

Continually forcing outcome, we are lost.