Reflections on Avatar

Since it debuted in December, Avatar has been a massive ship that has arrived in every port with record-breaking success. Ahoy mateys! Almost everyone has been on board and even I who rarely goes to a Hollywood film, went to see it. But when i left the theatre on Boxing day, I felt different than…

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Art is Life

Art has always been a spiritual experience for me,  allowing me to explore concepts, emotions and dreams that could not otherwise be examined. …When there are no words, she offers us melodies to sing our heartache. …When there are no melodies, she offers us colors to paint our joy. …When there are no colors, she…

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The Burlesque of Betrayal

For a long time, I was haunted by the companion known as Betrayal.  He was very active in my life throughout childhood and early adulthood.  He managed to surprise me on many occasions, knocking on my door when I least expected it.  Usually, he’d show up after I’d built a relationship. With one quick sweep…

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Spiritual I.Q.

In your current lifetime, you might have noticed a pattern of experiences that repeat even though the faces and locales are different.  The names and stories might change but at the core of such experiences is the same familiar outcome or feeling.  The ability to observe such energetic patterns and consciously digest their teachings is…

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The Mother of All Teachings

The greatest teaching that we’ve all come to explore and understand is Unconditional Love.  All experiences relate somehow to this Mother of all teachings. And all Teachers are here to help us get closer to this great Mother. As we get into her sacred closet, we see that Unconditional Love wears many hats and comes…

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Monkey See, Monkey Feel

July 31, 2008 Monkey See, Monkey Feel written for the Robson Square Author Readings Series Have you ever watched someone get clubbed in the testicles and found yourself cringing abruptly, whether you’re a man or a woman? Or have you ever witnessed someone go under the knife in the operating room and as the doctor…

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Conscious Cinema

Conscious Cinema HELD OVER:  TOP TEN THEATERS 1. Harkins Valley Art – Tempe AZ, 32 weeks 2. Loews Cinemas – Seattle WA, 29 weeks 3. Loews Catalina – Tucson AZ, 28 weeks 4. Loews Beverly Center 13 – Los Angeles CA, 24 weeks 5. McMenamins Bagdad Theater – Portland OR, 18 weeks 6. Hollywood Theater…

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The Big Aha

The Big Aha was a film proposal that I submitted to the National Film Board of Canada in March 2004. They did not decide to fund this project but I include the overview here in case you are interested in the topic itself. It’s also an example of how the collective thought field works. I…

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