Loading ...
Sorry, an error occurred while loading the content.

#4395 - Tuesday, October 11, 2011 - Editor: Jerry Katz

Expand Messages
  • Jerry Katz
    #4395 - Tuesday, October 11, 2011 - Editor: Jerry Katz The Nonduality Highlights - http://groups.yahoo.com/group/NDhighlights ... A Scott Kiloby Talk in Palo
    Message 1 of 1 , Oct 11, 2011
      #4395 - Tuesday, October 11, 2011 - Editor: Jerry Katz
      The Nonduality Highlights -

      A Scott Kiloby Talk in Palo Alto, California

      October 14 - Fri - 7:30-9:30pm

      Unity of Palo Alto - 3391 Middlefield Rd

      By simply looking in a different way, and relaxing the emphasis on certain viewpoints, we come to recognize freedom as naturally and effortlessly present within the seamless flow of whatever is already happening.  There is nothing to change.  This is deep acceptance of what is, which reveals the transparency of people, things, and views.  Life goes on, with all of its content and challenges, but there is an ease of being always available in the unfolding.  This is what Scott calls "seamless experiencing," available to anyone who is open.  ]

      :) as it happens, [Saturday was] the day of atonement - yom kipur....
      a unique experience in israel.

      Yom kipur

      Everything at standstill.
      No cars, no radio, nor television.
      No planes, no working machinery…
      Silence. Stillness unheard of
      In this age of technical civilization,
      Punctuated occasionally
      By children shouts and laughter.
      A heyday for cyclists
      And rollerblades riders
      Of all ages.

      Rising wave of spirit
      Of tsunami like proportions…
      What genuine love surfer
      Would miss riding
      Such a unique thrill
      By breaking the fast?

      Blessed be the nameless name.
      Oh, the boundless grace!

      best wishes to all,

      Vicki Woodyard
      I was watching Anderson Cooper on his new daytime talk show. Did anybody else see it? He confessed to not especially liking...food! He tends to eat the same thing over and over. I found it one of the most interesting shows I have ever seen. And I ended up realizing that we are all crazy—just in different ways and to different degrees. So I thought I would share some of my lifelong craziness with all of you dear crazed folk.
      I have never liked to socialize. I don’t dislike people; I just prefer to be at home alone. I can force myself to be with people socially but it doesn’t feel like who I really am. I am always relieved to come home and be quiet. I have never liked to dress up either; it feels like “trouble ahead” when I do that. I become someone other than Vicki.

      I know all about people energetically immediately. Through the computer even. I can read a book almost instantly and have always, always known how to read and spell. I love written communication.
      I do not like complicated plots in movies or movies that have a lot of evil characters.
      I have never liked holidays. The more elaborate an occasion, the less I like it.
      These confessions are just pointers to the fact that we are all crazy. C.r.a.z.y.

      I don’t like people that talk, talk, talk and go off on tangents, as in “She was wearing this dress and it was made out of...uh...uh...dotted swiss...I think she got it at ...uh, uh, uh. I don’t talk or write that way. Keep it simple, people. Keep it simple.

      I am a neat freak. My mother says I came out of the womb prissy. There is a picture of me at about age three. I am wearing a straw Easter bonnet and holding a little purse and my mouth is pursed!

      One reason I gave up forums is because so many people are c.r.a.z.y. about their brand of God. They insist on having Him served in a certain way. And they want to fill your head with c.r.a.z.y. They want to communicate to you that light workers are taking care of the planet which is leaning crazily on its axis and will likely take off for Key West just to let extra people get on.

      See, I get crazy when I sit at the keyboard. At this point I am beginning to write comedy instead of true confessions. I better wrap this up before Anderson Cooper hits me with a Boston Market turkey dinner with two servings of corn and a piece of cornbread. C.r.a.z.y. B.u.t. i.n. a. g.o.o.d. w.a.y. He is my new crush. Call me c.r.a.z.y.

      Vicki Woodyard
      Follow Vicki's essays on Facebook. Her book is here:

    Your message has been successfully submitted and would be delivered to recipients shortly.