Facebooked

I’ve finally added a facebook fan page. If you are on facebook, please add me, tell your friends, create a fan-badge, etc. I add the “etc.” because I’m a real noob over there and have no idea what I’m doing. 🙂

Thanks!

P.S: Tomorrow, I hope, I’ll be announcing a very limited print run (25 prints) of one of my photos. The first person to order will receive print 1/25, the next 2/25, … until all 25 are sold. If all goes well, I may do this next month with another photo.

New Meditation: Awakening To Enlightenment

Awakening To Enlightenment

PALM BAY, FL–I don’t know why I had such a hard time getting this meditation out–either I’d screw up the sound quality or I’d over explain the instructions–but I finally got it right. This is the meditation that I used to stabilize my “enlightenment consciousness” during those precarious three weeks of my awakening. I first mentioned it the September 21st entry, Waking Yourself Up. Part IV: The Practice.

You can download the meditation here.

New Video: The Hourglass of Enlightenment

The Hourglass of Enlightenment

GUM SPRINGS CAMPGROUND, OUTSIDE WINNFIELD, LA–I’ve uploaded a new video: The Hourglass of Enlightenment. This is the second (of three total) where I have been interrupted by the vocals of some animal. The first, in What is (and isn’t) Enlightenment, I thought I heard a kitten meowing out in the woods. In this one, I don’t know what it was: a huge frog, a loud duck, Big Foot? I dunno.

Anyway, enjoy.

A Videos Page

Video Splash Screens

LAKE CATHERINE STATE PARK, AR–I’ve added a new page to the blog for videos that I create during my travels. One reason that I’ve been camped at Lake Catherine for so long is that I wanted to shoot a couple videos before I head to South Florida for the holidays (and the campground is empty, and it’s cheap with the winter rates). Ok, three reasons.

Anyway, check out the videos. Aside from the opening and closing credits, all are un-edited first takes (Hike out to the woods, push the RECORD button, talk, push STOP, hike back). I figured they’d be good practice for when I start giving talks (probably right after the holidays).

Enjoy.