Archive for the ‘Watching’ Category

bamboo juice . . . *uh-oh, mistake!

How is it that I’ve never heard of, let alone tasted, bamboo juice before visiting Otovalo? It was by pure accident that I discovered a young woman hacking away at part of a bamboo tree as I passed her shop. I’ve always appreciated all that the bamboo tree gives us. So when I saw them […]

a movie called one chance

Do you like beautiful music, gorgeous sites, comedy, drama, a true story, captivating characters, great acting? Have you watched this movie? You might want to because it’s . . . just plain wonderful.

paul selig

I watched an interview – Bob Olson of www.afterlifetv.com interviewed Paul Selig, teacher, playwriter, and writer of three books that were channeled. Watching and listening was immensely interesting and informative, and I wouldn’t have wanted to miss this one. ******* ******* ******* ******* ******* ******* ******* @JamesVanPraagh: There is no need for judgment. Judgment comes […]

Rain in Cuenca

Lots of rain in Cuenca yesterday, and today the Paucarbamba River is flowing by fast.

a brief encounter with grace

Yesterday as I was walking along Calle Larga, a busy street in Cuenca, looking for Bananas Cafe, I saw a lovely twenty-something woman with a hula hoop. She was dressed in clothes made of long, soft flowing fabric. She, tall and delicate-looking, was one with her hula hoop. Ever so gracefully she was performing in […]

bob olson and james van praagh

When I clicked on to www.afterlifetv.com a little while ago, there was an impressive list of videos, and when I saw the name, James Van Praagh, the medium and writer of many books, I smiled. I once saw him at a workshop, and had a feeling the interviews would be highly informative and entertaining because […]

rick archer and steve m. taylor

I watched an interview with Rick Archer interviewing Steve Taylor who wrote Back To Sanity: Healing the Madness of Our Minds. Have you read it? I would describe it by using two words taken from Emmet Fox’s writings. Back To Sanity was for me “thrillingly interesting.” Some questions seem to not have satisfactory answers, and […]

into the lives of others

I was perusing Inc magazine while enjoying a good cup of coffee, when I saw on page 64, La Colombe Torrefaction Every Cup An Adventure Tale, and read: “This company shows the passion the owner has for coffee and lengths he’s willing to go to get it. It’s like the Patagonia of coffee.” — Bob […]

narcissus quagliata and michel domit

Lilou Mace has given us another exceptional interview with famous glass artist Narcissus Quagliata, and the creator of El Santuario at Valle de Bravo (two miles outside of Mexico City), Michel Domit. www.juicylivingtour.com www.elsantuario.com These two creators, with Lilou Mace, treat us to a remarkable interview which, if we carefully and deeply listen, will change […]

lilou mace, tony samara, sonia choquette

Are there nights when you can’t sleep? And you don’t want to be bleary-eyed in ┬áthe morning so you refuse to take over-the-counter pills. The first thought that comes to mind to insure a good night’s sleep is to eliminate watching, reading, or thinking about anything that smacks of violence, or anything that causes stress […]

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