The Something Monologues

TSM118 : We’re All Waiting For Something

We're all waiting for something ? But what is waiting ? Why should we wait and when should we move  ? Waiting may well be the one great virtue we must all learn to master.

Enjoy ! 

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TSM115 : Connecting with the Dead (Communing Through the Veil)

I've tackled the subject of afterlife communication before (https://etandi.wordpress.com/2015/12/27/a-simple-method-for-meeting-the-dead/), so I thought I'd follow up with a basic introduction to the subject.

In today's monologue I introduce you to two methods for connecting with the dead (connecting with the deaaaaaaaaaaaaaadddddddddddddd !) - using internal hearing (a simple form of telepathy) and an internal space.

With these methods you will be able to establish clear contact with any person who wishes to speak to you from beyond the veil we call death.

You can learn more about the Internal Contact World Method here :

A couple of corrections are required for this monologue. Percy B. Shelley lived in the Pre-Victorian era (I think it was in the Edwardian era - King Edward). And during internal contact, strictly speaking you cannot maintain the Calm Abiding state but you can minimise internal noise (mental activity) and use Calm Abiding as a precursor to starting an internal world contact session.

More on Calm Abiding here :

Please note that Calm Abiding or any type of centered meditation that excludes all mental activity is not necessary for contacting the dead (or ETs) but it can be useful. Perhaps of greater use is the process of relaxation taught by Dr Ainslie Meares (one of my heroes) in his wonderful book Relief Without Drugs (page 90 something) https://www.amazon.com/Relief-without-drugs-Ainslie-Meares/dp/B0007FTOJQ / http://stillnessmeditation.com.au/dr-ainslie-meares/.

Enjoy !

 

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TSM81 : Audio as a medium for story telling

In today's wofflathon, I lead you through some thoughts about the value of the audio medium for story telling. In so doing I discuss why we share stories and podcasts, what's behind our drive to tell stories and to share them, the value of stories, the power of audio stories, audio as a carrier of memory, sharing through audio, audio signatures of places, people, animals and plants and the engineering of soundscapes. 

Relevant links : 
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TSM20 : Christianity, Jesus & a Reading from Karol Wojtyla

Hi folks, TSM19 is still being edited, so I thought I’d post TSM20 first. In this evening monologue, I talk a little about my experience of Christianity and my feelings and thoughts about Christianity and Jesus and then I introduce you to the poetry of one of my heroes Karol Wojtyla (Pope John Paul 2). I am not very good at reading poetry out loud when I’m tired but I’m optimistic you’ll get a feel for how beautiful and powerful these poems really are. They say as much about Karol’s understanding of god, as his experience of being a man who feels separate from god, who yearns for total communion.

Some of you might be surprised at who I consider to be my heroes. But such is the mystery of man, that none of us ever really understands another !

It was a sad day for me when the fisherman’s ring was broken.

Enjoy !


You can find links that relevant to this post here :

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Confirmation
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pope_John_Paul_II
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Early_life_of_Pope_John_Paul_II
http://www.amazon.com/The-Place-Within-Poetry-Pope/dp/0679760644
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gnosticism
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gospel_of_Thomas

Check out :
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TSM10 : ?

The sound of foot steps, wind, birds, silence, and a brief conversation with an Aboriginal man who’s mother (who I once knew), was born under a gum tree. I had to edit most of that conversation out to protect his privacy. Waste time at your own peril.

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