PSICHE
Miscellany from the Notes File

Miscellany from the Notes File

I found a bunch of stuff in my notes file I should have put on the blog, but I don’t think I did. Perhaps a couple I did and have forgotten. But I decided I need to just put them all here in one post as an archive so in the future, as I reread my blog often, I...
Dreaming, House on Fire

Dreaming, House on Fire

This was from Nov 2/3 and I wanted to record it – a dream. I had a family: beside me, a man, woman, child, black cat, and golden retriever dog. We lived on a mountain, though it was a populous town. When I entered the dream I was coming home in a small car, and...
Useful Psi

Useful Psi

So my daughter is 22 now. She’s been living (in a single room no less) with her boyfriend (who is 27) for 5 years. They lived here till a year or so ago, now with his family. They work at the same company (as his dad), him full time and she nearly so. For years...
Cast Adrift

Cast Adrift

And while the Queen went on strangling In the solitude she preferred The battle continued on. — Suzanne Vega, The Queen and the Soldier It’s like there is some currently-dominating part of my Self or psychology that avoids everything good for me....

Downshifting to Climb the Hill

My health, and recovering from the open heart surgery, has been my only real priority the last month. There are several things I want to meditate upon but so far I have been pretty well “who cares” about everything except not feeling too much pain, wanting...
Suspense, and Keeping On

Suspense, and Keeping On

I’ve slept more in the last two months of my life than ever. Usually in short periods (working on improving that). I used to spend half my should-have-been-sleep time industriously “accomplishing something,” whatever it might be — internet...

Notes to Self 15 Oct 2015

The latest trend in my inner life has been the novelty of ‘writing something down’ — let alone ever getting it to the blog — being ridiculous difficult. It’s as if blogging itself has become some kind of symbol for recognition of...