Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Not As Advertized

Greetings, fellow travelers!

I have a confession to make.

This blog is “not as advertized.”

(In fact, nothing is as advertised! But that is a deeper topic for another time.)

There was a moment when I felt pumped up and blown away by a dazzling new experience. I felt like something was ‘finally happening’. I supposed it had some relation to Kundalini: possibly a ‘test drive’ of my energy circuits. I was on fire with it. I felt as though a threshold had been passed where the old blog felt obsolete. Since I was all stoked about Kundalini, I built a new theme based on that concept.

I’m not here to invalidate that. I’m also not going to pretend to be some kind of ‘go-to guy’ on that subject, or any other. I make no claims regarding the truth value or efficacy of anything presented here. It is offered ‘as is’, a collection of communications arising from whatever dynamic drives the exchange in any given moment, relying on sympathetic resonant vibration as the medium of transmission.

I am pleased with the new digs, enough that I see no reason to overhaul everything all over again. The dramatic title and ambitious byline are just a fun little thing, really. I don’t want anyone reading here to have a false impression of what this is about. So, please, don’t take it too seriously, ’cause it’s not meant like that. It’s a crunchable candy coating, a little pizzazz to frame the content and add some flair.

You would have seen that over time, anyway. I just wanted to give advance warning so that no one would come here with expectations that aren’t going to be met. You are a most welcome guest here, and I, as your host, will do my best to entertain and offer the best hospitality I can. That means being honest and genuine, recognizing your true nature as being of the same sublime substance as myself, all that is, and the divine itself. I mean to cast down the barriers between us, as much as I can, on my end, because that’s what spreading love – sharing – connecting – is all about.

I’ll be back soon. (smile)


  1. Namaste brother, on and off the path we go where it stops no one can tell.

    In Lak' ech, brother prosper with peace.... live with serenity....

  2. Namaste, brother. (grin) I am gratified that you take the time to stop and say hi and share the good vibes. Thank you.

    Go with God, brother, and may your heart be full always.