Jun 29, 2014 Random thoughts through June 29. Part II: Beyond the Law
BEYOND THE LAW
The Colorado Symphony has a Classically Cannabis series where pot smoking is permitted in the audience.
Alexander “Sasha” Shulgin recently passed away. He synthesized over 200 psychedelic drugs.
Study is released on LSD’s benefits for psychotherapy.
Psychodrama presentation by Jacob Moreno, in 1964.
Terry Dobson’s story on how compassion overcame the strength of brute force martial arts.
The present moment is the only reality we have.
Live life without borders.
Ram Dass advises to try “the meditation of losing yourself in love….”
Ram Dass: When “I can relate from that soul plane of consciousness, which is who I really am, I will love everyone. That is my truth.”
Ram Dass thinks “life after death is an infinite space of love, but that our understanding from life will affect how each of us experiences it.”
Through mindfulness, we can be aware when insults and trespasses are flung our way without being sucked into it.
Mindfulness practice can help create a feeling of space and personal abundance, replacing feelings of being on a perpetual hamster wheel.
Alan Watts: “All life is a magnificent illusion, a playing of energy…”
Hearts in the Himalayas- Health care workers brave tough ledges & passes to teach and help people in remote villages.
School of rays flies into the air off Baja.
This moving short film on gratitude will enhance one’s every day and moment. Narrated by Br. David Steindl-Rast.
The Yellow Submarine movie trailer is terrific.
Cecil Taylor and my late friend Trudy Morse, performing backup vocals in Legba Crossing.