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Discussion area for TSK online cours: Winter 2013

Practice Day–“Telling Stories”

The practice on page 289 of KTS suggests that we: “Look for those (stories) that consistently repeat themselves.  Can you touch the energy bound up in those stories?  Can you release it?’ I’m sure I have a lot of stories. … Continue reading

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Practice Day 4/7/13 — The Power of an Insight

About a week ago Michael shared a flyer from Hayward’s website about an upcoming workshop he will be conducting. Those of us who read the flyer saw a quote from Hayward that seemed to crystalize some TSK points that he … Continue reading

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how rhythm and tempo (time) shape space

This Post is from Hayward Fox: The video link below shows a clear example of how rhythm and tempo (time) shape space. TSK posits this as the nature of all appearance. Standing waves with water !!!! It’s only a 2 … Continue reading

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Audio Recording Week 6: Thoughts about investigating the witness

I don´t know if I understood the explanations of Jack in the recording in the right way. Jack asked us to investigate the bystander/witness: can I communicate with him, can I see his face, is he judging, in what way … Continue reading

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BBC Program – Creativity

A member of the UK study group brought this recent TV program to my attention: http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b01rbynt/Horizon_20132014_The_Creative_Brain_How_Insight_Works/ Though their (mis)use of the word ‘insight’ makes me cringe, there are some interesting moments; especially (I thought) the work of Dr Simone Ritter … Continue reading

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Associations with time: blooming,volcano, sexuality

I became a video (“Dance of the flowers”) where many different flowers (calyx),  began within 7 minutes to blossom, each in a very short time. This seems to me an example to bring down a time-mystery into linear time. The … Continue reading

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Look—within ordinary experience—for the quality of aliveness

I find this a fascinating inquiry as my teacher, Jack Petranker, asks us to “look—within ordinary experience—for the quality of aliveness“. I am curious about darkness and color… looking inward, whether associated with mental images, and the space that accompanies … Continue reading

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Illustrations of aliveness

At first I want to express thanks to Jack for the careful and understandable  “Orientations”. I look back for illustartions of more aliveness than usual, and I´m amazed by so many situations, for example: – I´m together with a friend … Continue reading

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Intention, Prayer and Future Time

In his orientation for this week, Jack offers us a range of places in which to explore Time’s aliveness: ‘the aliveness of intention’ is one of these. I have long been interested in the energy of intention: when I was … Continue reading

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The way with the TSK-Vision

I´m a little bit ill, and that ist a wonderful opportunity to have a “retreat” and to write stories. I read a little story in KNOWLEDGE OF FREEDOM (p. 145) about a little boy, who listened to a ancient traveler, … Continue reading

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