Ten perspectives on Life from Sioux Chief Standing Bear

By |February 27th, 2015|

A great deal of wisdom was embodied by many of the pre-Columbian Native American people and leaders. Much of it was lost, or has come close to it, since the arrival of "Younger brother" from Europe. These ten quotes—more like potent principles and perspectives—are well worth reflecting on.

What’s most necessary for humanity’s survival?

By |February 16th, 2015|

What a recovery of the wisdom of the Mother brings to all of us is the knowledge of inseparable connection with the entire creation and the wise, active love that is born from that knowledge...

Self-justification, delusions, and maligned intention

By |February 6th, 2015|

How is it many of us deceive ourselves, and fail to see the true meaning behind our reactions and projections? How might drug use play into a state of spiritual delusion, psychic compromise, and loss of consciousness? This article is a brief case-study on self-justification, delusions, and maligned intention

The fluoride debate, and how to eliminate this toxin

By |January 5th, 2015|

Some people are still ignorant of the vast amount of scientific literature indicating that fluoridating our drinking water is potentially dangerous, with perhaps no significant benefits. Here's a copy of a recent online discussion I had on this matter, along with ways to remove fluoride from your body.

Sustainability in all climates

By |December 10th, 2014|

The governments and our elected politicians will never, ever, solve the problems faced by humanity, by WE, THE PEOPLE. That is not their job, never way, and never will be. Governments primarily protect and maintain the status quo. The status quo at this time on Earth equals (in brief)...

The Canadian Oil Sands Disaster

By |December 9th, 2014|

There's a massive environmental disaster taking place in Canada, right now, as you read this. It's not an accident. It didn't require an earthquake or some other environmental event to bring it about. This massive disaster is being carried out by Man, intentionally. Canadian oil sand mining is the largest industrial project on the face of the Earth, and the largest in human history. These oil sand projects make Canada the world's 5th largest oil producer, and the USA's number one foreign oil supplier.

Let there be Life

By |December 6th, 2014|

Perhaps the following image helps explain, graphically for those who struggle with words, to gain some insight into why the modern, and particularly "American" (trans-global / multi-nationalist corporatocracy), way of life has degraded into being a somewhat sorrowful life-negating state of affairs. It need not be that way.

What does a freak like me eat?

By |December 1st, 2014|

I have a somewhat popular review on Amazon.com for Hawaiian Spirulina. It’s generated a surprising amount of discussion in the Review Comments (12 pages of them). This week I was asked the following in the comment:
You are an incredible source of knowledge. Thank u for your review! I browsed your website in hopes of learning more about your diet, for I believe that is key to optimum health. If u don’t mind, would u be able to share what a typical days diet is like for u, as well as foods u focus on and foods u avoid, as well as what macronutrient ratios u feel best following? I know this is a bit off topic, but considering how many comments you have had from this review alone regarding your amazing knowledge on nutrition, I think we could all really enjoy seeing how u construct a typical days foods, as well as how u creatively incorporate the spirulina and other Superfood in.
I don’t generally “think” much about what I eat, and whether it would be of interest to people. I just do what feels natural and life-giving. Answering Shelby’s question brought to my attention (again) that there are people who would find it interesting to know what an atypical human like me eats. So, in the interests of sharing my freakish diet, I am posting here the reply I posted to Shelby on Amazon.com.

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Is there trauma in Embracing The Sacred Feminine?

By |November 20th, 2014|

In a LinkedIn Group I manage, the question was raised today, "Is There Trauma In Embracing The Sacred Feminine?" I felt inspired to write a response to this question, which I make available here on my web site for people with an interest in the Divine Feminine and Her contemporary upsurge.

The Kogi Way of Life (Smithsonian article)

By |October 3rd, 2014|

Hidden in the Sierra Nevada Mountains, a Kogi village built with government support combines modernity with ancient traditions.

Burning Man, or the Burning of MAN?

By |September 12th, 2014|

Is Burning Man (and other counter-culture festivals) what they appear to be? Could it be a wolf in techno-coloured sheep's clothing? A lot of people who consider themselves "spiritually orientated" go to Burning Man. What's the attraction, and where do such events stand on a Path of Freedom... the Path of the Heart?

New Zealand’s Downward Dairy Industry

By |September 10th, 2014|

What's happening to New Zealand's dairy industry? Once one of the finest dairy producers in the world, it's fast becoming an environmental and product quality disaster.