Hey folks! Quick update, Microsoft has caused my computer to have seizures, and she is in Intensive Care at Best Buy, The Geek Squad nurses may have to rebuild her. lol So I am at the school library to do homework. Math is going pretty well, since I did not have my computer to entertain me, I did Math for hours last night just for fun. Yes, just for fun. I knew two other people whose computer crashed on Wednesday due to Microsoft updates. Going from 8 to 8.1~ Fishy, fishy….. Anyway so….I am away from the computer. Must get back to studies…Literary Criticism, and British Literature prior to the 17th Century…Fun stuff! Not! But necessary.

Meditation was AWESOME last week. Back soon.

*** Edited to add: Not Microsoft Updates to blame but my mishandling the machine. The hard drive is broken. My apologies for my ignorant assumption. lol***



Fractal Enlightenment

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“Why is geometry described as ‘cold’ and ‘dry?’ One reason lies in its inability to describe the shape of a cloud, a mountain, a coastline, or a tree. Clouds are not spheres, mountains are not cones, coastlines are not circles, and bark is not smooth, nor does lightning travel in a straight line… Nature exhibits not simply a higher degree but an altogether different level of complexity.” –Benoit Mandelbrot

The vacuum of space connects us all. Atoms consist of 99.9999999% empty space. That means everything from the chair you’re sitting on, the computer you’re staring at, even you, are only 000000001% there. Even the Planck Length is simply a renormalization of the infinitely dense vacuum of space. As such, matter does not define space, space defines matter.

Matter is just a perceptual division of the vacuum itself. However, matter does inform space. Reality creates us. The vacuum creates us, but we inform the vacuum. We are interacting with the structure of the vacuum over and over again in a fundamental way. All the electrons and positrons in the atoms that make up our bodies are constantly interacting with the vacuum like a game of hide-and-seek: appearing and disappearing, over and over again.

We are informing the universe about our unique point of view of the structure of reality. We are recursive, self-similar structures of consciousness at arbitrarily small scales that represent the universe as a whole; like a wave represents the ocean, or a water-drop represents the wave.

Fractal feedback loops are a prime example of this. The functioning architecture of the human brain is a fractal feedback loop in itself. Brains are water-drops representing a cosmic wave that represents a cosmic ocean. As the research of Wai Tsang proposes the organization of the brain is fractal not just in structure but in process, similar to the way a tree is fractal in structure and process. It is through this feedback loop that we inform the universe that created us.

Our eyes are a literal extension of the universe seeing itself. Our ears are an extension of the universe hearing itself. It’s the same with the other three senses, even the sixth sense of imagination. Our imagination is an extension of the universe imagining itself. These are all phenomenal faculties of our miraculous fractal brains.

In the universe of fractal structure, infinity is the final answer. Infinity is not only horizontally and vertically infinite but also infinitely infinite, where even seemingly finite structures are inherently infinite at all points. Context is to object as horizon is to boundary. Full conscious awareness requires both objective and subjective balance and perspicuity, a self-aware equilibrium between the vacuum and the feedback loop.

This can be experienced indirectly through the opening of the Crown chakra. When the individuated-self possessing absolute, decisive and divisive boundaries evolves into the transcendent-self, there is a broadening of scope that unravels and absolves the illusion of self into a permeable, flexible, horizon of infinite possibilities. From which a fractal consciousness emerges.

Each and every conscious observation is a microcosmic butterfly effect that has macro cosmic consequences. A fractal brain begets a fractal consciousness begets a fractal cosmology. Conscious observation is a water drop interpretation of an infinite wave. Without conscious observation, there is merely an infinite wavefunction with only the potential to be collapsed into an objective reality.

With conscious observation, however, the infinite wavefunction collapses into a finite objective reality; giving us perceivable objects. Consciousness is the medium by which reality, as we know it, exists.

But it goes beyond this. Each and every unique conscious observation creates a domino-effect of alternate realities which are collapsing and re-collapsing ad infinitum throughout the fractal universe (or multiverse). It’s enough to make our brains do backflips in our skulls.

But the beauty of the fractal cosmological perspective is the understanding of the infinite interconnectedness of all things. It can be explained in a multitude of ways: from mathematics to geometry to chaos theory, while it is elegant enough that it correlates with such far-reaching scientific ideas as Hugh Everett’s Many-worlds interpretation of the quantum enigma, Cantor’s Set Theory, Godel’s Incompleteness theorem,Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle, and Zeno’s paradox

And it is personal enough that it resonates strongly with what’s occurring during acts of meditation and other altered states of consciousness.

Blaise Pascal once challenged us when he wrote, “Man is equally incapable of seeing the nothingness from which he emerges as the infinity in which he is engulfed.” Fractal cosmology, and the fractal consciousness that comes from it, may be just the passage we need to bridge the gap between the nothingness from which we emerge and the infinity in which we’re engulfed. One could even go as far as to call it Fractal Enlightenment.

Gary ‘Z’ McGee, a former Navy Intelligence Specialist turned philosopher, is the author of Birthday Suit of God and The Looking Glass Man. His works are inspired by the great philosophers of the ages and his wide awake view of the modern world.
If you have time be sure to watch the video, Wai H Tsang talks about the Fractal Brain Theory. (Video in article source.)
He is fascinating and he became my Facebook friend. Cool.
School was cancelled today as Phoenix had the wettest day in history, causing flooding.



Bamboo Flute Meditation


Just home from another awesome Gong meditation by my friend Jeanette. Whoa….so awesome. We also did a burning bowl ceremony for manifesting our divine desires out under the moon, just beautiful.


Thank you Angelic Realm for answering my many prayers~






Hello dear friends. I can write that and mean it. I love this community of bloggers. We are so blessed. I am going to try and post at least once a week, Source willing. <3 So I just finished the second week back to school. I have really studied basic Algebra in my free time during the week. I am also starting a Math tutored class this week. So I am feeling pretty good about is this far. I have memorized the squares up to 2o to the second power. I think its interesting that 13 squared is 169 and 14 squared is 196. I think of autistic savant, Daniel Tammet’s book, Born on a Blue Day. Pretty fascinating stuff. I believe my prayers have been answered. I am feeling the fun of Algebra. For now. lol

I am taking 3 English classes. Countem folks…three. An Expository Writing class, that, just let me say, is expansive. I am going to HIGHLY recommend the writers, which is all of us, to read this book, its small, Writing Down the Bones, by Natalie Greenberg.  Here is a pdf link. I said to my professor, I have been a writer all my life, and a metaphysician for the last 30 years, but I had never reconciled the two. Goldberg speaks from a very Zen prospective. She suggest a writing practice of flow and stepping away from our editor, editors. Just this morning I read this post by Shree, at The Heartsongs Blog, that just floored me with its honesty, and vulnerability. I am going to share a journal entry for this class in the next post. I wanted to write about it here anyway, so Two birds with One stone.

I also have a British Literature class that is three hours every Wednesday night. Luckily for me the professor is brilliant and funny.  I begin the third English class this week. English 200, Reading and Writing about Literature. Gosh, I am going to be so edumacated yall. ;)

Gong meditation tonight, whoopee!!!! I deserve it. I peddled cheddar cheese yesterday.




Thank You

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 Thank you, thank you, thank you everyone. Thank you for being great writers, friends, channels, healers, scholars, and philosophers. Thank you for being you.

Thank you to the angelic realm for answering my prayers in such magical ways. Thank you to my family, to my friends. Thank you to my boss, and my teachers, my classmates and coworkers.

Thank you to those have taught me things about me, that sometimes are hard to see. Thank you to Holly and Jeanette for bringing so much to my heart & soul.

and………………………..Thank you to my friend Linda, at litebeing chronicles, who in honoring our friend blogger Ajay has awarded us awards. She has awarded me You are a Miracle Blogger Award….. It made me feel happy!

Oh and thank the gods, I found the movie “Paul” in the $5 bin at WalMart…. I had been looking for it.




Got The Cosmos In Me

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Well friends….summer vacation is OVER, I started Fall Semester yesterday on Monday, the New Moon, and the end of the Lion Gate Portal. So….the frequency of my favorite activity, blogging, will be less. I hope to still be able to do my other favorite pastime, group meditation. Please if you are so inclined, send me good focused energy.

I don’t think I actually told you that I did not succeed in my Algebra class in the Spring, so I am retaking it, 2 English classes, and an English Lit class. I will be doing a lot of reading, writing and arithmetic….I might even have to be taught to the tune of the hickory stick.

So I hope to post when I can, but if I am missing, you know why.


School days, school days

Dear old Golden Rule days

‘Reading and ‘riting and ‘rithmetic

Taught to the tune of the hick’ry stick

You were my queen in calico

I was your bashful, barefoot beau

And you wrote on my slate, “I Love You, Joe”

When we were a couple o’ kids






Shamanic Drumming Meditation

(The above link may not be for everybody? lol)

I was drawn to a drum yesterday. I think I might get one. I have also been wanting a gong, some crystal bowls, and the PanArt Hang.

I gifted myself several new wind chimes for the patio in the garden.

Wind chimes make me happy.