Monthly Archives: July 2010

People’s Points

Until you find someone’s ‘point’ you’ll never really know who or what they are. This includes where they feature on the scales of Vampire* to Soul as well as their INTENT – long term and short term.   Throw into the … Continue reading

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Icons and Running

I saw Tom Cruise and Cameron Diaz on TV recently – over here to promote their new movie, ‘Knight and Day’. Even before Rain Man I watched TC’s movies; scenes from them would stick (they’re still there) in my mind and … Continue reading

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Metaphysical Messages

Beware of Metaphysical Stalkers – Dire Straits if you go anywhere near them. Continue reading

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Archetypes and Icons

Everyone has internal images and ideas based on real or animated, fictional humans that we look up to, respect and whose ideals we embrace.   If we’re super elevated we get taken back to the time when the images were important … Continue reading

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Running Man

I used to run for 59 minutes (that’s what it would have been this year:   the time increased by 1 minute every year), 3 times per week.  Every week.   I thought nothing of it – this was my escape cos … Continue reading

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Running II: the Opportunity Cost of Energy (Drinks)

So I got to thinking like wot ‘normal’ people do when the subject of running comes up, seeing as I can’t actually run or do any physical exercise unless I’m mentally in a specific zone…. Thoughts such as “how can … Continue reading

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Internet Relationships and NVC plus subtext

The thing about having any sort of relationship – business, social, personal – on the internet is that unless you meet the co-respondent you have no real idea of where they’re ‘coming from’ as in their true intent.   Words are … Continue reading

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