Category Archives: Living Images: Nature-as-living images, living memories, etc.

Thoughts on the “historical body” – sensing the “past self”

In a recent conversation I said something interesting.  I was talking to someone who made this statement, “I don’t reflect much on my past . . .” and it made me think of this: For me, I feel its important to … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the progression of projection

 Here are some thoughts I had concerning projection: PROJECTION Critical in our development and perception of the world is what I call ‘projection’.  This is nothing but the ability to see ourselves in other things to the point that it “becomes” our self … Continue reading

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Another ‘living image’/shamanistic journey experiment: the ‘fairy hunt’ – a manifestation of natural mythology – May 18, 2014

Here is an account of an interesting ‘living image’ and shamanistic journey dream experiment that happened: I was hiking and went into an area I have been before and noticed that the area was different in some way.  I felt this sense of a … Continue reading

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A “nature-as- living” experiment – August 31, 2013 – a revealing of ‘personal mythology’

Recently, I did another experiment with what I call the “nature-as-living” images, which is where you allow your mind to see images naturally in response to things in nature.  This particular experiment showed the appearance of ‘personal mythology’.  By this, … Continue reading

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An experiment with “nature-as-living” images – revealing insight of an area – how self hinders insight

Way back in the 1990’s I was hiking in the woods.  As I walked I felt a ‘something’ to my left.  I looked out and could see, by the top of the trees, a clearing maybe 15-20 feet in diamater about … Continue reading

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A recent experiment with “nature-as-living images” and thoughts about its technique and nature

Here is an experiment with “nature-as-living images”: While walking along a trail in the woods, I happened to pass an area of plants in amidst the trees.  They were on a slope at the base of a hill and encompassed … Continue reading

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Thoughts on observing the “nature-as-living” images – the ‘cross-self experience’ – the ‘pre-imagination’

Here’s some thoughts I had about an unusual phenemena: Way back in the 1980 and 1990’s I had some weird experiences that most people would probably be considered as ‘mad’ and I, for a period of time, feared this too.  … Continue reading

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