• human programmer + coach
  • truffles from the Church of Chocolate
  • energy work with global impact
A Great Leap Upwards!

A Great Leap Upwards!

Are you 100% happy, healthy, passionate, and satisfied with your life? If not, we can clear the blocks in your bio-computers so that your natural gifts and genius can shine once more!

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Church of Chocolate

Church of Chocolate

Ready for some luscious truffles? At the Church of Chocolate, our motto is "Eat, drink, and be merry, for tomorrow we may diet!" Click on the link below to find out more -- and to order your truffles now!

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Teal Sheep Foundation

Teal Sheep Foundation

Dr. Kyre is the founder of Teal Sheep, a 501c3 nonprofit that pursues flights of fancy, and supports artists, healers and dreamers with radical notions for the social and environmental good. Read on...

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Knitting and Gardening

Knitting and Gardening Recently I posted two blogs – Waiting and Waiting II – which were about bringing one’s attention back to the Now rather than the false future represented by ‘soon and someday’ (which never arrive. Naturally, I start with my own situation, so I’ve been doing a lot of Geotran around what I…

Waiting II

Waiting II A few days ago, I wrote about WAITING, and how waiting puts you/anyone into a false future, a ‘soon or someday’ timeframe that never arrives. To get past that that natural human pattern, you need to NOTICE that you are not in the NOW, but in some other timeframe. DECIDE to be in…

Waiting

Waiting For some time now I’ve been waiting for a certain funding event. <sigh> On the plus side, I have been educating myself and others on the background to this particular change, how best to prepare for the process itself, and how I/we intend to use the funds for the healing of humanity and other…

Ratafia Biscuits, revised

Ratafia Biscuits This morning, I had the pleasure of tasting an exceptional Ratafia de Bourgogne (a sweet red wine from Burgundy – see note below).  It’s a fortified wine, and this particular ratafia was one of 300 bottles made in a small vineyard, laced with the owner’s own marc de Bourgogne, or distilled eau de…

Pickled Rhubarb Salad

It’s definitely the growing season in the Midwest, including fresh rhubarb — so tart, so delicious, so versatile!  And although I am actually making another rhubarb-strawberry tart for my birthday dinner tonight, slicing rhubarb stalks reminded me of this wonderfully unique pickled rhubarb recipe:  it’s simple, vegan, gluten-free (obviously), and astonishing. Pickled Rhubarb Salad Ingredients:…

The Best (vegan) Chocolate Cake EVER

It’s my birthday on 10. June, so I’m making this cake for the mathematicians potluck, as the closest thing to a birthday part (given that I’ll be in Santa Barbara for my actual birthday, getting my braces removed).  Lots to celebrate, for sure! Vegan Chocolate Cake Seriously, this is the best chocolate cake recipe I’ve…

Initiative Q

IQ — what a concept! On a completely different topic from my usual (food, spirituality, Geotran, non-profits), one of my funding buddies recently introduced me to Initiative Q, or IQ for short.  This is a new project by some of the guys who developed PayPal:  it’s a future payment system that is a cross between…

Gemini Pie or Rhubarb-Strawberry Tart

Gemini Pie:  Rhubarb+Strawberry Tart Why is this called Gemini Pie?  Well, I am a Gemini (10. June, in case you were wondering), both rhubarb and strawberries become available at the farmer’s market around now, and the crust is half ground hazelnuts and half gluten-free flour.  This vegan, gluten-free, optionally sugar-free dessert is the perfect example…

“I Don’t Know” and that’s okay!

The Pleasure of Not Knowing This morning I drifted up through a dream, one with several threads: I could ‘hear’ today’s blog writing itself as a stream of consciousness, I connected with the flow of funding I’ve been expecting for some time, and I was being actively courted by polymath Dr. Spencer Reid from Criminal…