Frazey Ford - September Fields // Mahogany Session
You better get up for your mama
You better grab the best of your life
I know you're ready
To get older
Well all you have to do is wander
Over fields of dark time
Where do you find yourself
Do you reckon your body & your mind ?
Day on earth by the streets at night
I saw you passing
There in the street lights
Do you have
A home for the morning
And are you holding
Holding on so tight
You say that's what you have been given
A whole lot of nothing for your time
And have you sunken
Down in your bones
Do you toss and turn and turn at night
And are you holding, holding on so tight
Do you toss and turn and turn at night
And are holding, holding on so tight
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M: I don't think the point of life is to discover greener grass, I think the purpose of life is to learn to be at peace with whatever color it is.
O: Or to choose to see green grass
M: Which is fine as long as you don't forget what you are seeing is an illusion, like the way the color of water and the sky is an illusion caused by a reflection of the sun. Thoughts are like the sun and what we experience is a reflection of how we think.
Over 13 months of keeping this blog, I have managed to ceremoniously avoid writing anything, to a large extent. Perhaps this has some deep psychological significance. It probably does. And perhaps that significance is this: writing has a way of solidifying my constant evolving nature and the scary part of that is when I finish writing something that crystalizes how I feel, what remains is a huge trench that was once occupied with the pursuit of purpose. On one hand, that leaves a vast landscape of potential learning that hovers like a horizon line beyond my current position. On the other hand, it would be nice to just take a break and learn to enjoy the un-pursuit of anything. It's not about being lazy, it's about being tired.
Hello Mercury Retrograde.
take me to the wilderness so I can be alone.
That's not really what I want.
I only want to be complete.
And then there was this:
He lay in Reins
One more drink tonight as your gray stallion rests
Where he lays in the reins
For all of the speed and the strength he gave
One more kiss tonight from some tall stable girl
She's like grace from the earth
When you're all tuckered out and tame
One more tired thing the gray moon on the rise
When your want from the day
Makes you to curse in your sleep at night
One more gift to bring we may well find you laid
Like your steed in his reins
Tangled too tight and too long to fight
The object of cognition is the subjective meaning-complex of action.
~ Max Webber, Economy and Society
The Art Of Dying
One of your favorite Vedic planets, Mercury, just got super powerful and you can now delve deeply into your business and intellectual activities with major wind in your sails.
Mercury rules speech and intelligent, practical ways of reaching your business, financial and educational goals.
So buckle up and enjoy this Mercurial assistance in your work and projects, along with some good humor with coworkers and business associates. And—if you’ve been feeling tongue-tied or confused lately, here’s for you intellectual and communicative support at super speed.
Extra bonus: expansion
Not only does Mercury love Virgo where he’s both at home and most powerful, but he has also joined Jupiter, the planet of higher teachings and ethics.
If you’re a lawyer, this is likely all you need—your speech will be impeccable and your eye for details will astound.
But you don’t have to pass the bar to benefit from this perfect transit. In fact, Jupiter just got stronger through the presence of Mercury—so any issue in which you’re hoping for justice and skills to make your voice heard will simply come to you magnified....
Below are the traditional sounds for invoking the living beings behind these two planets.
Recite OM BUDHAYA NAMAHA 108 times for Mercury’s help in your writing, public speaking, litigation, cash, studies and holistic healing.
Recite OM GURAVE NAMAHA 108 times for Jupiter’s help in law matters, education, philosophy, inspirational writings and sacred studies.
source: Blue Pearl
Marie-Louise Von Franz, Lectures on Jung's Typology
“Sing in me, Muse, and through me tell the story.” Homer,