Revisiting topics

 

I tend to revisit topics here.

Most of the articles are one in an informal series of articles on a similar theme. Why? It helps me explore topics from what’s alive in me in the moment, and I may use a slightly different angle or add something I left out in previous articles. And since any topic is fresh for me in the moment, it comes with an impulse to write a few words even if I know I have written about it before.

And it goes back further, to a time this website didn’t exist. I am revisiting topics I wrote about in my paper journals in my teens and early twenties. The essence is much the same, although the wording and how I write about it has changed a bit. There has been an inevitable maturing and I refer more to different approaches and sometimes traditions.

Going even further back, I am revisiting the essence of what was alive for me as a child. The flashbacks and memories of between lives: oneness, all as consciousness, all as love, any being an expression of this oneness. That essence hasn’t changed.

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I tend to revisit topics here.

Most of the articles are one in a series on the same or a similar topic. Why? It helps me explore topics from what’s alive in me in the moment. I may use a slightly different angle or add something I didn’t in previous articles. And since any topic is fresh for me in the moment, it comes with an impulse to write a few words about it even if I know I have written about it before.

Going back before this website existed, I am revisiting topics I wrote about in my paper journals in my teens and early twenties. The essence is much the same, although the wording and how I write about it may have changed a bit. And I am sure some is somewhat new as well.

Even further back, I am revisiting what was alive for me as a child. The flashbacks and memories of between lives. Again, the essence is much the same. Oneness. All as consciousness. All as love. Any being an expression of this oneness. That hasn’t changed.

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