True Blood is a way of viewing life -- the struggles we all face with emotion, with right and wrong, with pain and suffering -- and of learning to experience things as they are, whether viewed in a human lifetime or over 1000s of years.
Either our self-awareness is a function of the mechanistic forces of the brain and its structure or our consciousness exists in time but not in space and is rooted in a plane of reality that is beyond (but interacts with) our own.
One of the reasons we often have bad self-images is because we are obsessed by what other people are thinking. And we think they are thinking negative things -- why? -- because we are busy criticizing others
Studying the ramifications of the power of belief leads to some staggering possibilities and unorthodox conclusions. Perhaps belief is the engine of our reality more than in just some metaphysical way.
Horses don't assume that just because something happened in the past it's going to happen again. They know that they don't know what's next. And because of that, they're ready for anything. And we can be too.
Do you have the feeling, as I do, that in the tsunami of everyday life, we're getting too much of stuff we don't need, and not enough of what we do? Herewith my first set of suggestions about how to redress the imbalance.