Life on the Path

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[Yesterday, a neighbor, a friend, wrote the following words on an online thread discussing the sticky and poorly understood subject of cancer—its nature, its causes, and the nature of inconvenient truth. To quote, “I always like to discuss from point of truth. There is no “my truth” or “your truth” – there is only truth …

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Cranes

Anyone see the lovely flock of migrating cranes last night, just after sunset? Around 70 birds, high, in good formation, heading mostly east. Reflecting the journey of soul, they increasingly pull my heartstrings when I’m blessed to see them. And it happens more frequently these days. Scampi, Sue’s five pound Maltese, and I were out …

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Aloha

I’ve decided to share the following letter—written and sent a week ago, not knowing, or concerned, in fact, if it will even reach its intended destination. It’s fully surrendered. It’s written to an individual whose path crossed mine in Haight Ashbury, 1967, and whom I haven’t seen or heard from since Seattle, about 1972—the blink …

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Oxygen Is In the Air!

Emails with a medical subject are relatively absent from my inbox since discontinuing my practice, but this morning my mailbox contained two interesting messages concerning oxygen and ozone. I’ll address the first one here. Maybe the second one tomorrow. A reader named Mangesh wrote a comment on a six year old post entitled Qi—It’s Not …

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Wonder, Wonder, Wonder…

…And Yet, Not At All Two subjects have played most prominently in my last couple of decades: the spiritual journey, and Oriental medicine. Just as Oriental medicine itself was birthed of spiritual practice, so too, the evolution of my own consciousness has deeply expanded my understanding and appreciation of this remarkable medicine’s principles. True spiritual …

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Voting with Dollars

I no longer participate in politics—at least, not in the ways we generally think of as being ‘political’. I do, however, pay attention. It doesn’t take much awareness to perceive current trends of consciousness in the populace. While I rarely participate, one of the most reliable resources I use for increasing my awareness of events …

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Dog Head Meets the Master

This summer is vying to be one of the strangest of all. For weeks—both before and after seminar—everything has been in upheaval and disarray, much like the chaos between one level of perfection and the next. Not that anything is amiss. It’s precisely as it should be. Nonetheless, chaos and upheaval are everywhere we look. Most recently, we seem …

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