Archives for February 2014

Guilt: the stuff that dreams are made of

“All your time is spent in dreaming. Your sleeping and your waking dreams have different forms, and that is all. Their content is the same. They are your protest against reality, and your fixed and insane idea that you can change it.” (From A Course in Miracles, Chapter 18, II. paragraph 5) In yet another […]

Speaking of resistance

This week I’m sharing a radio interview I did February 7th with C.A. Brooks, avid Course student and host of a program about A Course in Miracles at 12Radio. We talked about how the Course is not a path in positive thinking, but rather in learning to look at all we’ve made up to hurt […]

You can go your own way

In my sleeping dream I’d been camping with a group of strangers who’d embarked on a journey to the top of a mountain range I somehow knew held the Holy Grail of all I ever wanted. Standing in a lush ravine, we gazed up at enormous mansions clustered like exotic fruit among the densely wooded […]

Her: exploring the belief that matter matters

Sick of entertaining a nagging suspicion of something gone missing hanging around like a guest that’s long overstayed his welcome; I fled to the theater last weekend to take in the movie Her, the wonderful, whimsical tale of a lonely man searching for an all-too-elusive sense of connection. Directed by Spike Jonze (of Adaptation and […]