A consciousness shift comes when we are able to realize that there are 1) thinking, sensing and perceiving and 2) the consciousness of those experiences. For this attempt at an explanation, I will artificially separate them.[continue reading...]
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Pain took up residence in my heart, and it was loud. It was flamboyant and entitled. And I, on the sucker’s side of spiritual transformation, stood by like an awkward wallflower.
Identified with regret and anxiety, the present moment literally went away. This is the beginning of how I woke up from the long slumber of conscious unconsciousness.
Scott Camil lay bleeding on a Gainesville Street. He was telling someone his blood-type while a man who’d just shot him in the back identified himself as an officer of the law.
The idea my father drove home to me, over and over, is that life doesn’t promise you anything. Not a watch. Not a job. Not a wife. Not an ancestral plot of land. Life, just, is. Nothing more. It’s not depressive, it’s just the way it is. Your task is to make the best of your lot.
A pre-production-grade preview of my video of Campbell and me poking around at Big Creek a few summers ago. I wanted to teach him about his great grandfather, David Rhea III, or “The Judge” as everyone called him. This project will ultimately be a 30-minute doc about the family, combining several smaller video projects.