Human consciousness, floating freely in Godel’s Deep, is not in as much trouble as it thinks in its dread of otherness: only a half second ago, I was Me. Heaven is only half a second away – in the other direction.
The User Illusion p. 417
‘the deeper and more emotionally charged our beliefs – the greater the changes we are capable of producing’
well in that case i got enough juice to power a powerplant, i got enough change power to rack up a whole stack ‘a laundry quarters n shit, i gotta watch which direction so wisely, ya know?
‘while each warrior thought of nothing but to kill the enemy and to defend himself, the poet was sharing the sufferings of both sides’ nizami
‘when you are using a computer application, you do not see or care about the individual lines of code, unless you’re doing the coding yourself. This is what synchromysticism is about, becoming a meta-programmer.’
some guy named tommy commented this in response to a blog i follow. i think it is a perfect description of the usefulness of tuning into all these synchronicities, wherever you choose to use as your field. (i don’t watch tv or movies, but i always read the world like a book.)
“The creation of something new is not accomplished by the intellect but by the play instinct acting from inner necessity. The creative mind plays with the objects it loves.” (Carl Jung
“Try it, it’s so easy, why don’t you want to play? You know that’s how I talk to myself, when I’m all alone, I tell myself stories…actually, I live this way altogether.” (from Nadja)
Also: play as supernormal stimulus