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Come On Down, or ‘All the Roots Grow Deeper When It’s Dry’

Some say that my teaching is nonsense. Others call it lofty but impractical. But to those who have looked inside themselves, this nonsense makes perfect sense. And to those who put it into practice, this loftiness has roots that go … Continue reading

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Stubbing Your Toe on the Philosopher’s Stone, or, ‘If It Ain’t Broke, You Can’t Fix It’

Note: The quoted material in this post contains a wee bit of adult language, so ‘caveat lector.’ “Golden Elixir is another name for one’s fundamental nature. There is no other Golden Elixir outside one’s fundamental nature. All human beings have this … Continue reading

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‘Turning and turning in the widening gyre’: On Truth and Consequences in Blogging

As I dip my toes back into blogging again, I’ve been trying to figure out whether this is actually a place for unabashed honesty and openness, or if it needs to be kept somewhat guarded — with some personal sharing, … Continue reading

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