Category Archives: momentum

Space as a Focus of Concern

If appearance is an echo of itself, which should I focus on: the appearance or its echo?  In pondering this conundrum, it occurred to me that the notion of something being an echo of itself has a similar feel to … Continue reading

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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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Matisse and TSK

Creation is no longer a unique event that takes place at the beginning of time, or else through the inspiration of a mysterious force. Instead, as the momentum of ‘time’ it is freely accessible in each interaction. KTS 78 TSK … Continue reading

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A Comment on the Dynamic of Time

Time´s rhythm engages a movement without movement. And it is in our hands to access the momentum of time with intimacy, thawing the frozen structures that the first level time takes as given. As they melt we can allow the … Continue reading

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Practicing with ‘Opening Unknown Time’

  I took a two hours walk in the woods this morning, after having read the assigned reading and Jack’s expounding on the topic for this week.  I decided to take the expounding that I have printed with me in … Continue reading

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Primordal Couple

                                                Primordial couple                                                      … 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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The Founding Story of the Self (week 7)

I thought of I want as a feeling coming from something felt to be lacking; a desire for what I thought would fulfill the lack. Some answers to this question were: a job, financial independence, and continued good health.  There were moments … Continue reading

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