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Raw Concepts: Transporting

I previously wrote about a concept I called “time travel.” It was about being “in the now,” and in it I discussed Eckhart Tolle’s book The Power of Now. Personally, I prefer the words “being present” rather than “being in the now” because “being in the now” seems to only refer to the time variable, […]

The publisher creates an RSS feed intended

The publisher creates an RSS feed intended to specifically notify subscribers of new e zine issues and promotes it on the website. The feed should be promoted directly below the e mail subscription box, serving simply as an alternative to e mail delivery. Visitors have the choice of subscribing either via e mail or RSS.. […]

Movie Recommendations #6: Carnal Knowledge

Tonight at 1:30 AM Eastern on the network Turner Classic Movies, a movie is airing called “Carnal Knowledge.” It stars Jack Nicholson and Art Garfunkel (yes, that Art Garfunkel). The movie is about two male friends and their friendship with each other and sex lives with the opposite sex from college to middle age. It’s […]

Movie Recommendations #5: Lust For Life

Tomorrow at 6:00 AM Eastern Time, on the cable station Turner Classic Movies, the movie “Lust for Life” is airing. I highly recommend the movie, so set your DVRs accordingly. In 2012 I recommended a movie called “The Moon and Sixpence.” It was based on a W. Somerset Maughm book about a narcissistic paint names […]

Response to A Reader Comment: Ego Discussed

Another blogger at a blog called Casual Kitchen recently linked to one of my posts. The post in question was one from 2011 titled The Ego Trap, which I advise you to read before proceeding if you haven’t already. The added context will help when reading the rest of this post. A commenter over at […]

Raw Concepts: Time Travel

One of my favorite books is The Power of Now by Eckhart Tolle. Years before reading that book, I had often heard about “being present” or “being in the now,” but I just dismissed it as woo-woo new agey advice that didn’t have much practical use to a productive person. I thought living in the […]

Sympathy vs. Empathy

One thing we often hear about Cluster B Vampires is how they lack empathy. One of the things that makes many of these emotional vampires fly underneath our radars is that we can remember instances of them displaying what seemed like empathy. The inability to reconcile these instances of supposed empathy with their other narcissistic […]

More Examples of World-Creation

To read about the concepts of world-creation, check hereĀ and hereĀ for two examples. If you understand the concept, here are some more examples of world-creations, both positive and negative: Someone keeps showing vulnerability and acting in trustworthy ways, but when someone mistakes their kindness for weakness, they enforce their boundaries. They end up in a world […]

Part 2 of Scientific Racism Series is Up

Part 2 of my series on scientific racism is up over at Nexxt Level Up. Comments are closed over here, so if you want to respond you have to do so over there.

Advocates, Truthseekers, and World-Creation

Not long ago, I did a post about a concept I call world-creation. World-creation is about the ways our actions and words often end up unwittingly creating the very social world we occupy, whether that world is one we find good or bad. I highly recommend reading that post in its entirety if you want […]