A video journal about my particular journey through life.
Let it be insightful for you, if it feels right.
Nick Gancitano, Much Experience Now Effortless
Nick ties it all together
Nick makes sense on all levels.
He talks through tradition. He also comes from direct experience saying "for lack of a better term". To me, he means there is no true pointing, or don't take all this talk too seriously.
AND, everything he says so obviously unveils itself out of deep silence. He is a deep well of living truth.
Softly from Silence
Anthony Costabile educates about Adidam
I have often visited the Adidam Center in Chicago, but this is the 1st time we talked for NNH. Great personal appreciation is often a integral part of passing the "knowing that is awakening".
Laura Simms gently molds "stories that transfom"
This work, a direct hit on my interest
Laura changes "lifetime moods" by exploring a different point of view. Do they change forever? Yes, When old stories are no longer of interest.
That is the exploration that is, or will be my major offering. I have been saying that what we react to is our story, that is, our interpretation to life's events. The linkage of how the events create the story or the story creates the events, is of immense interest and a key to freedom.
Amazing work in the wake of disaster
Peter sent me this link. It is not clear who the authors are or how to contact them, but the web site is there and you can subscribe to their videos which might come out periodically, or monthly.
Mooji Live Satsang Broadcasts from Tiru
Jan 6th test comes good
Settings being adjusted in the beginning,
but then the video stabilized out quite nicely. Audio improves a lot quickly too.
Jan 9th Sunday live
The Pandora Project, World Premiere
Niclas Thörn and Ewa Forkélius have offered the world premiere of their full length movie for the enjoyment of the Never Not Here Community. Journey deep into the mind to search for that part of the mind that is responsible for all the distress. How do we become the persons that we think that we are? Broken into 3 parts for technical reasons.
This movie can be taken as very intense. Yet this intensity is how it jumps to great heights by the end.
The beginning dialogue is exactly what you should hear. "Listen very carefully, not only to what is being said, but also listen to your own reactions to what is being said, your reactions of approval or disapproval, your sense of restrictions. Your resistance, your fears, and all the complexity of your reactions, the act of listening is very important."
Because of security limitations on higher quality streaming services, we are using Viddler, and breaking the movie into 3 parts so as to maintain some modicum of visual integrity. I am reluctant to present broken in this way because the above mentioned intensity will tempt some people to abort the show after the 1st part. Please don't let this be you.
The Pandora Project part 2 and 3
Part Two (use full screen button)
Part Three (use full screen button)
Anthony sent me the movie that he made and we talked about how to tell an "alternative story". This would be a deeper look at what could possibly drive the world as we know and experience it. In other words, how can we see a bigger picture of life, when we constantly are looking from the contracted smaller picture. It just does not show up in that limited vision.
I applaud his movie for putting the cards on the table, to look at the satisfactions and dis-satisfactions of life, in an honest way. I think that we are both wanting to build on this model. We both want to find deeper and better ways to approach a wider more inclusive consciousness.
I am doing it with with interviews and dialogues, and Anthony shares that he is already working on new projects. You can support his work by investigating and purchasing his movie.
Some Previews for "Calling It Quits"
Tobacco Shop Sequence
Kali Ornelas touches many lives
Kali stands centered in an incredible flow
Traveling world-wide, Kali shared that she is booked in advance for several years.
I told her that I hold space, and that I have nothing scheduled even for next month. That feels very different for me. People organize in different ways.
The Yossum Team is united in certain ways to interact is and channel participant's interests. I am in continual discovery. Nothing to say that discovery doesn't take place in many formats?
Kali easily meets this very moment