Category: General

Serendipity (continued)

I am writing this from the Admiral’s Club in Chicago, my second visit of the morning.  Here’s how my travel has gone so far: My friend picked me up on time to drive me to the airport, with ease and grace.  As I waited to go through the security checkpoint for my flight to Chicago,…

Serendipity and Alignment, Part I

Serendipity and Alignment, Part I Serendipity derives from a short story about three princes traveling to Serendip; their jaunt took in marvels and coincidences. When you’re in alignment with your own divine atomic blueprint of creation, then serendipity becomes your ground state, allowing for all manner of delightful synchronicity. It’s all about alignment – your…

FreeCell

FreeCell I like playing FreeCell – you know, the online version of Solitaire. I have it on my iPhone. When I can’t sleep, or when I’m winding down, it engages that left-side detail-oriented part of my brain and helps me – well, that hemisphere, really – to relax and stop fidgeting about the day. I…

The Joy of ReValuation

STOP and reVALUE Yesterday I was chatting on FaceBook with a friend in Malta who is struggling to create his workshops. He has a fabulous array of talents – and ideas – but finds it a huge challenge to work out the details. Clearly, he’s primarily a right-brained processor, living in a society or culture…

If I had it all my own way…

If I had it all my own way… I’ve been reading some intriguing work about the differences between men and women: The Keys to the Kingdom and The Queen’s Code, both by Alison Armstrong. (Her main website is www.understandmen.com if you’d like to find out about her research. I like that her books are framed…

Boneless Sheep

And now for something completely different… It’s time to talk about boneless sheep, and yes, I will explain. Last night I actually slept well, which is unusual; at least, that’s my story in the past – I’m working on a new sleep story. At any rate, part of my ability to sleep was because I…

Introduction

WHO IS THIS DR. KYRE PERSON ANYWAY? It’s snowing.  I lived in the UK for 20 years followed by five years in Vermont, so you’d think I would be used to the colder weather, but sheesh!  Third snow of the season, and it’s not even December!  After 18 years in California, my blood is too…