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Author: cian

Poetry

So bright 

Mind clear, lights brilliant Have you ever squinted with your eyes closed? Giving up control Letting brilliance pervade No more mask of grasp Flashing yet constant Rewiring neurons Buzzing throbbing black in the back No focus just awareness FLASH! CLIP! GAP. Pit of the stomach…

Poetry

Reflected Face 

It’s like a glimmer on the surface seen from the bottom of an ocean. As the water clears and the surface calms the light shines through. But where is this light coming from? You. You’ve seen yourself reflected back for the first time. The next…

Poetry

Clear Light Space 

the moment between moments light space, no thought can go slipping in when forgetting like a flash of brilliance from where relativity came genius pervades this space moments, glimpses of self-forget it sees its own face in the stillness like dirty water left to be…

Poetry

Chaotic Mind 

Like the sock drawer The mind becomes cluttered law of entropy pervades all Order and chaos, light and dark Low energy yeilds to chaos Clean the sock drawer! Compassion and happiness are light Fear and anxiety are dark Diligence to avoid default state How to…

Poetry

Time 

A kettle in the dark Thrashing and flowing the water boils Radiant energy thrown off I sit here watching Cannot see it with my eyes Can I feel it’s heat? Energy flowing through space Senses attuned to a frequency Blind to some, focused on others…

Poetry

Ego 

Try not to destroy ego  It has no form thus cannot be destroyed  Know self and the Knowing of self as one  One with self, one with all Through the Nothing  Consciousness creates form Only Now, can it no longer bind Freedom from identity, freedom…

Author Pick, Mindfulness, Poetry

The Wave 

A wave on the ocean of reality Appearing separate from other waves As you move through the fabric Each moment you rise and fall Total transformation all but the energy you really are Propelling through the water Propelled by the swell, the wind, not self…

Financial, Personal

re: how non-contributory democracy led to the credit crisis in a nutshell 

re: http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/finance/ianmcowie/100010127/a-tax-based-alternative-to-the-alternative-vote/ The first four men (the poorest) would pay nothing. The fifth would pay £1.
The sixth would pay £3.
The seventh would pay £7.
The eighth would pay £12.
The ninth would pay £18.
And the tenth man (the richest) would pay £59. …. But, once outside the…