Category Archives: epoche

know the risks

Heart attacks are all the ragetrending high among the fittest of the fitno one is safe defibrillators in the playground headlines warn us to ‘know the risks’ sleeping too muchsleeping too littlesleeping on the left sideor is it the right?going … Continue reading

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The wisdom of the letting go

I was listening to a talk by the English bard, Malcolm Guite. If the mossy time of ancient stones, their mysterious placement mute to the clamouring conquests of intellectual certainties that frame modernity could produce a human interloper, it would … Continue reading

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I saw you after a long long time

I saw you after a long long time,Longer even than the times we had together. I’m not inclined now, to pretend that anything has changed. Except that in this falling out we had, I am at last learning The lesson … Continue reading

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Forgiveness isn’t what we think

You know that phrase that you hear once and it shoots like a fire-tipped arrow to your heart. And you can feel the Truth in it, like a heart-fire. That’s how I felt when I read Jerry Jampolsky’s line, “Forgiveness … Continue reading

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When the common good becomes mutual harm

Back in June 2021, one month after the Covid health pass had been instituted here in France, I hosted lunch for a friend. At that time, the “passe sanitaire” required proof of Covid vaccination, a negative test within 72 hours … Continue reading

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Recruiting the Vagus Nerve: the best friend you didn’t know you had

Originally posted on La Vie en Yoga:
https://youtu.be/VbyyFRc4tOY The Vagus nerve is a master nerve that controls various functions of the heart, lungs, stomach and intestines.?Without it we would be in constant fight-or-flight stress mode and we would quite simply…

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Welcome to VaGSS

I recently stumbled across a condition called Mass Gamer Stockholm Syndrome – aka MaGSS. Yes, it’s really a thing. MaGSS is psychological condition that affects gamers – which can be video or role-playing gamers – who will defend their favorite … Continue reading

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Ode to the Worm Moon

Rise, rise, the Worm Moon rose this morningThe last full face of Winter, this year before the Equinox.After, and it’s the first full moon of Spring. The difference is the ligament between the last and the first.Between the thaw and … Continue reading

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My grandmother’s wallpaper as embedded wisdom code

Did you plant a secret wisdom code in your childhood and set it to sprout at a crucial moment years later? Continue reading

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Freedum here, Freedom there

It is really worrying to me how few people can keep two thoughts in their heads at the same time, without one obliviating the other. Take the recent protests in Canada against the Covid mandates – and then take the … Continue reading

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