Monthly Archives: September 2017

Why I will NOT watch the Ken Burns Vietnam War documentary

Let’s face it, folks. Life in the U.S.A. = PTSD. For everyone. Automatically. “Shock and Awe,” over and over and over again — faster and faster and faster. At this point in time, there is basically, no time to process anything … Continue reading

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CE-5 training: Nearby, with son Colin, for five nights

CE-5: CLOSE ENCOUNTERS OF THE 5TH KIND. Now that I’ve pretty much caught up on sleep, I will say a few words here about our experience in a nearby field, 14 of us (mostly hailing from elsewhere), on lawn chairs, … Continue reading

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Green Acres Village, Community Dinner — and Equinox Ceremony, and more!

Green Acres Village, Community Dinner, September 21 — and Equinox Ceremony, and more!

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ET: All “good”? Or, some “good,” some “evil.” The $64,000 question. Or is it?

It certainly may be the question in this third dimension, where we learn about linear “cause and effect” from continuous application of free will to choices between contrasts. And if that’s the dimension that all ETs (and interdimensionals, and perhaps … Continue reading

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Green Acres Village News, September 16, 2017: Community Dinners begin again, plus compost struggles and string bean tale

Weekly community dinners begin again, YES! — plus compost struggles, string bean tale

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Siberia, and final post: Lake Baikal again, but first: another Buddhist monastery, a high market and waterfall, Roerich paintings! plus gardens

Note: This series is archived here. I think I mentioned before that Siberian villages in the valley south of the Sayan mountains and Lake Baikal are usually small (200 people?), with tiny wooden houses and colorful shutters. J.K.: These villages … Continue reading

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Siberia: Lake Baikal, via hastily improvised Plan B that worked perfectly! Shaman ceremony, visits with shaman and Buddhist monk, “methane spring”

Note: This series is archived here. Mongolia Siberia, 2017 So. We headed out of Ulan Ude, hauling our sleeping and eating gear, expecting to trek in a few miles to a campsite on Lake Baikal. Drove a few hours and … Continue reading

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Siberia: Blessed by an encounter with “the spirit of the place”

This series is archived here: Siberia/Mongolia, 2017   It was one of those days, like they all were, when we on this magical mystery tour basically had no idea what would come next. We were “along for the ride,” and … Continue reading

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