Monthly Archives: September 2010

Intuition and Natural Witchery

My mom recently sent me the book “Awakening Intuition,” by Mona Lisa Schulz M.D., PH.D. The subtitle of the book reads, “Using your mind-body network for insight and healing.” As soon as I began reading this book I realized I … Continue reading

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Time Overlap.

The other night I had one of the strangest experiences I have ever had. It was so strange, that I would have thought I had hallucinated the entire thing if it wasn’t for the fact that one of my best … Continue reading

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Werewolves and Alien Cruise Ships

Last night my dreams were all about the full moon, complete with werewolves and evil sorcerers. Perhaps this is because I was talking with a friend about the possible effects of the full moon on the dreamscape- or perhaps the … Continue reading

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Horoscope, you got me again.

Today, for Aquarius: In his opening comments on an episode of his TV show, Stephen Colbert announced, “I have butterflies in my stomach. I just ate a cocoon quesadilla.” If I’m reading the omens correctly, you, too, will soon have … Continue reading

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Plague Dream.

Last night I had a dream about a plague. I don’t know exactly WHERE I was, but it seemed to me that I was slightly in the future. It was daylight, and we were in a metallic structure with large … Continue reading

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Extrasensory.

I often wonder when it was that we, as humans, or as a general society, decided that we only have five senses. I think at this point, most of us realize that there are more than five- and I wonder … Continue reading

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Arctic Dream

Last night I dreamt I was having a conversation with a philosopher about Plotinus. He was in front of me with a large chalkboard and was wearing the jacket of a professor, complete with elbow patches. He looked a bit … Continue reading

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