Emotional Pain Body

Emotional Pain Body

Eckert Tolle is the new New Age Course in Miracles. His enlightened POV finds perfect expression in his voice timbre, casual yet precise delivery of ideas, and presentation of one of the most useful terms for practical personal salvation– and if you don’t like these words, then choose others that work for you.   “It’s the Emotional Pain Body.”   There is little doubt that Tolle is an authentic speaker for hope in the human condition, nor for the most … Continue reading

Critical Balance

Reza Abdoh/ quotations from a ruined city

From Reza Abdoh, A Johns Hopkins book by Daniel Mufson, 1999 UPDATE: New Daniel Mufson Interview in print– Imprisoned Airs, BIDOUN–Art & Culture from the Middle East, Summer 2012.  Features Two Photos by Jan Deen of Reza Abdoh   “The recession is as nothing compared to the regression.   The athleticism of American capitalism will no doubt rescue us from the catastrophes of the S&L scandals, the unemployment, and the general lurch towards lower standards of living.  But from the regression, … Continue reading

Vampyr Dancing

Count Ansara

  Lest the 1932 German film by Carl Theodor Dreyer recede deeper into our collective fogged memory as we replace the brilliant achievements of atmosphere and austere, profoundly unsettling imagery and dreamlike terror with more special effects, let us indulge in a moment of nostalgia.  Before we are swept away by more teen romances among athletic bodies in flying combat having cooler car crashes,  their characters’ personalities morphing into mere misunderstood cliche kids who would be good if they only could,  to a place where even Sherlock Holmes … Continue reading