Category Archives: movement

Momentous Moments have Momentum

I have never noticed previously that ‘momentum’ is based on the word “moment”. This must correspond to the idea that ‘momentum’ is a movement in time, only noticeable as a progression over a span of ‘moments’. The word ‘momentous’ denotes … Continue reading

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Glowing Journey in Time.

I have felt the pull of sequential time strongly in the past two days, worrying about my kids in a framework (logos) that assumes dire consequences for current behaviour. Working with LoK exercise 32 & 33 revealed in a surprising … Continue reading

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Out of the Ordinary

Picking up on Jack’s point: that “out of the ordinary” indicates point of origin as well as destination, I thought of another familiar phrase:        Departing the familiar. Sitting in a railway carriage as it pulls out from … Continue reading

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Musings on LOK 48

Exploring Space, Time & Knowledge Time at the center: I’m copying the exercise into my journal; affording another route of imprinting; hearing the words in ‘my mind’ as I write, remembering Jack drawing attention to: ‘Continued practise of this exercise … Continue reading

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Session 5, assignment for week 3

We all Got Rhythm Rhythm, the witness, acts of conducting, all seem to be qualities of experience that are naturally free but which are easily co-opted by a self who doesn’t like to dance, is unobservant, and mechanically conducts whatever … Continue reading

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Exercise — Reacting to a Surprise Event

Exercise – An unexpected situation erupts: in your reaction is something being ignored, and in the order that you impose is something being added that has no real bearing? Thinking back over a range of ‘surprise‘ situations, one of the … Continue reading

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What pulls me away from the ‘feel’ of the moment?

I was playing with my puppy, tossing her toys, watching her chase one down, grabbing it with tiny jaws, shaking it fiercely from side to side, and then drop it to look at me as if to say, “what’s next?”  … Continue reading

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Look through descriptive knowledge for evidence of polar knowledge

I wanted to mention that during the phone exercise the other day, I also experienced that ‘flickering energetic‘ event that both Hayward and Bruce mentioned. I  began as instructed with the intent to observe, as immediately as possible, prior to … Continue reading

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Let sense experience unfold, but then dissociate from it

[Photo — The opening, the lines (telephone lines) of communication at the bottom, carry the stories — they ‘tell’, leading from somewhere behind the perceiver from the past, to somewhere in the future.  While the perceiver can’t be seen, but … Continue reading

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The Self Takes Us Over

I’ve been challenging myself, that is, saying ‘no’ to different things I want — to see how that feels.  The obvious thing I noticed was that giving in to the desire, or saying ‘yes’ to it happened only once, but … Continue reading

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