May 2015

Something something regret something

Edith Piaf – Non, je ne regrette de rien

Non ! Rien de rien
Non ! Je ne regrette rien
Ni le bien qu’on m’a fait
Ni le mal tout ça m\’est bien égal !

Non ! Rien de rien
Non ! Je ne regrette rien
C’est payé, balayé, oublié
Je me fous du passé !

Avec mes souvenirs
J’ai allumé le feu
Mes chagrins, mes plaisirs
Je n’ai plus besoin d’eux !

Balayées les amours
Et tous leurs trémolos
Balayés pour toujours
Je repars à zéro

Non ! Rien de rien
Non ! Je ne regrette rien
Ni le bien, qu’on m’a fait
Ni le mal, tout ça m’est bien égal !

Non ! Rien de rien
Non ! Je ne regrette rien
Car ma vie, car mes joies
Aujourd’hui, ça commence avec toi !

I shit you not

How to Be a Mystic, In three parts:

1 Thinking Mystically, 2 Building a Mystical Foundation, 3 Going Deeper

Being a mystic is a lifelong process of learning and deep contemplation which must not be taken as a game or very lightly. Identifying the spiritual practice or tradition which speaks to you and starts answering the questions you’re interested in is step one. But then the real work starts. If you want to get a personal connection to the spiritual world as a mystical thinker, you can learn to lay a foundation for contemplation, prayer, and meditation, as well as how to deepen that practice into a serious understanding. Are you up to the challenge?

Part 1 of 3: Thinking Mystically

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1 Feel the presence of a guiding hand. Whether you think of yourself as a deeply spiritual person or not, a mystic is one who seeks to find order in the chaos and collect evidence of that order. If you’re the kind of person who sees every strange coincidence, every elegant metaphor, or every pretty rainbow as a sign of something greater, you might begin to feel the presence of a guiding hand in which you place your trust.[1] Religious mystics place their trust in a higher power, a powerful being that creates and controls the world and the people in it. Sometimes, as in the case of Zen Buddhism, religious mystics will also place their trust in a practice, that asceticism and meditation are the truest way to understand the world. Mystics aren’t always religious, though they often are. The writing of quantum physicists and Jungian psychologists often borders on the mystical, the deeper it gets. Whatever system, being, or practice you’ve found in which to place your trust, place it there.
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Hexagram 16

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Hexagram 16: providing-for; R Wilhelm 16: enthusiasm; Hua-Ching Ni 16: comfort; HDS Gate 16: gate of skills, enthusiasm; S Rifler 16: enthusiasm; J Blofeld 16: repose; S Karcher 16: providing for/riding the elephant; GeneKey 16: magical genius

God Bless The Child


Eric Dolphy (as,fl,b-cl)
(Herbie Hancock (p), Eddie Khan (b), J.C. Moses (ds)
Album:” Eric Dolphy / Illinois Concert ”
Recorded:Live at the University of Illinois, Champaign, IL , March 10, 1963

Astronomy Picture of the Day

Discover the cosmos! Each day a different image or photograph of our fascinating universe is featured, along with a brief explanation written by a professional astronomer.

2015 May 24

Space Shuttle Rising
Image Credit: NASA

Explanation: What’s that rising from the clouds? The space shuttle. Sometimes, if you looked out the window of an airplane at just the right place and time, you could have seen something very unusual — a space shuttle launching to orbit. Images of the rising shuttle and its plume became widely circulated over the web shortly after Endeavour’s final launch in 2011 May. The above image was taken from a shuttle training aircraft by NASA and is not copyrighted. Taken well above the clouds, the image can be matched with similar images of the same shuttle plume taken below the clouds. Hot glowing gasses expelled by the engines are visible near the rising shuttle, as well as a long smoke plume. A shadow of the plume appears on the cloud deck, indicating the direction of the Sun. The US Space Shuttle program concluded in 2011, and Endeavour can now be visited at the California Science Center.

Authors & editors: Robert Nemiroff (MTU) & Jerry Bonnell (UMCP)
NASA Official: Phillip Newman Specific rights apply.
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A service of: ASD at NASA / GSFC & Michigan Tech. U.

RSS Blog Feed

If you like my website/blog but don’t want to read all items or are only interested in certain topics, you can easily use RSS Feed option to do so. Firefox for instance has a built in RSS Feed reader, for Chrome this description works well, so here are some examples links to follow:

Only want to read MoonBlogs, use this link: moonblog/feed/ Like the Baffo expressions, use this link: baffo/feed/

I don’t usually write reviews but simply link to Books or Movies I enjoy, follow these:
books/feed/ & movie/feed/ Except ofcourse when I do review/feed/

The same goes for tags you can find on the Menu page, like the ‘Another View’ series: another-view/feed/

Nederlands: nederlands/feed/ Astronomy: astronomy/feed/

Human Design: human-design/feed/ Ra Uru Hu: ra-uru-hu/feed/

Rave Cosmology: rave-cosmology/feed/ Ibiza 2009: ibiza-2009/feed/

Posts on or about Facebook: facebook/feed/

That which I think is Poetry: poetry/feed/ or Stuff for Nerds: stuff-for-nerds/feed/

‘abiding non-dual awareness’ with Jed McKenna: jed-mckenna/feed/ or read some Osho: osho/feed/

and ofcourse Reflector: reflector/feed/ & and Lunar Cycle: lunar-cycle/feed/

The structure is straightforward:
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