All posts by Alternative Perspectives Author

Hypnotic Handshakes & Jedi Mind Tricks

I was fortunate to discover Neil Kramer relatively early in my initial awakening, that point when we are all consumed with finding answers and still not quite aware yet that the key is to ask better questions.

Particularly better questions of ourselves.

In order to ask those questions we must constantly seek out a broader, more encompassing perspective, which in turn requires gaining a better understanding of ourselves spiritually, mentally, emotionally and psychologically. This is where Neil Kramer proved so valuable to me back then.........and with the benefit of additional perspective, even more so today.

So please, take a few minutes and discover Neil Kramer for yourself.

An Introduction to Awakening

For those who are just beginning the awakening process, how much information is too little and how much is way too much? While the answer varies from person to person I have personally struggled with finding the right balance when addressing that audience.

So it was a genuine pleasure to be directed to the following article by Zen Gardner (thank you LionLady) and find that, at least from my point of view, a near perfect balance had been struck by an obviously talented and inspired writer.

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Two Perspectives by Greg Calise

I often say that I have not an original thought in my head, but that the construction of the words I use to represent my thoughts are. While I cannot speak to other author’s original thoughts I do love to read their particular construction in the same way I enjoy viewing a complicated building project upon completion. There is much to learn if only we would look and listen.

With that in mind from time to time I will cross post those articles, essays and excerpts that I find interesting, enlightening or just plain fun. Introducing a new Two Ice Floes feature appropriately named "Perspectives" which you can now find along the top navigation bar.

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