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Paul Joseph
Posted 10/4/2008 10:14 AM (#10798 - in reply to #10794)
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No worries at all ... it was quite a funny conflation !
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Posted 10/4/2008 10:31 AM (#10804 - in reply to #5276)
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That was indeed quite sweet...Dancer!

P- your location is back on "shore"....I see...!

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Paul Joseph
Posted 10/4/2008 12:48 PM (#10808 - in reply to #10804)
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Ha ha Lori .... Gitchie Goomie .... is that Hiawatha ? Great story ... though the shores are endless ... perhaps though, if I read you aright, I am still too fixed there ... well i am Aquarius after all .. ok, I'll become freer again ....
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Paul Joseph
Posted 10/4/2008 3:13 PM (#10810 - in reply to #10804)
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There was mention of Gitche Goomee earlier ... it seems to have gone ... ohh how i miss those sacred shores ...

http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=a8BRO-NCBNk&feature=related
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Paul Joseph
Posted 10/4/2008 3:47 PM (#10811 - in reply to #10810)
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.... doh ! How slow can I get ! Lori - I have just canooed past your new location !! Hope you enjoy the song (in case you hadn't heard it !)
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Paul Joseph
Posted 10/5/2008 8:41 AM (#10818 - in reply to #10811)
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http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=4oCJh4aa1Os

Dear All .... unfortunately my link yesterday did not go on to an amazing sung rendition of the Song of Hiawatha, which on the album Incantations by Mike Oldfield, follows the drum playing that you can hear on the video montage .... I have not been able to track down the sung element of that, but the link on this post will take you to another lovely song on that album, which is based, i seem to recall, on a poem by Ben Jonson (the contemporary of Shakespeare), called, 'Hymn to Diana'.

(I bet Marty has it on vinyl !!?)

I hope you enjoy it. I will keep looking for the Hiawatha song !



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instinctual
Posted 10/5/2008 10:43 AM (#10823 - in reply to #5276)
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Wow! What beautiful music! Thx, P !

I have to admit my ignorance here..when I changed my location to the shores of Gitchie Goomie..I had no idea where it was and had only heard of Hiawatha. I had no knowledge of the

legend of it, the message it brings and the whole thing! I hope it didn't appear that I was having delusions of grandeur...ahaha...

it just sounded like a cool place to be!

What amazing stuff fer sure .....

With thanks- L

PS- Jordyn and I love to play Shakira on Youtube and dance around like silly girls...she (Shakira) is on fire! Thx for that link, too

x

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Paul Joseph
Posted 10/5/2008 10:51 AM (#10824 - in reply to #10823)
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Zoooooooooooo m ed

back in from Evermore, before disappearing for the autumnal twilight ... and glad i did ! Delusions of grandeur never entered my head ... hoped you - and others - might have enjoyed the link ... shame the first song didn;t come out; will keep pursuing ....

Shakira is great isn't she? Great dancer - linking East & West marvellously

these canooes don't go as fast as they used to when I was a lad in the marches of the Eastern West Wind x
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instinctual
Posted 10/5/2008 11:01 AM (#10828 - in reply to #5276)
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Autumnal...I love that word! It practically gives permission to relax- post a busy hot summer....to be lazy and cozy....quickly the time will change...
except for Arizona, of course-as we are exempt from daylight savings time!

I hope you feel better, p!
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Paul Joseph
Posted 10/5/2008 11:28 AM (#10829 - in reply to #10828)
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Found it ... 6 or so minutes in ... enjoy the diving ... sacred lakes abound, in all of our hearts too, if the external desert is dry x :

http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=3rnK00OnBNk&feature=related



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Lightdancer
Posted 10/6/2008 2:15 PM (#10839 - in reply to #5276)
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That was LOVELY!
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Lightdancer
Posted 10/6/2008 2:47 PM (#10840 - in reply to #5276)
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Hi Paul,

I just read your article in the Starlight Journal. Excellent work! What's wild is you reminded me of a controversial anthropologist that wrote books I was very into in my 20's, Carlos Castaneda. He was from Peru, came to the US, California, and worked with Yaqui shamans in Mexico, writing about his experiences with them. There was "medicinal plant" usage for catalyst purposes. If that doesn't bother you then I highly recommend the books (if you haven't already read them that is): The Teachings of Don Juan: A Yaqui Way of Knowledge (1968), A Separate Reality (1971), The Eagle's Gift (1981), The Fire From Within (1984) and The Art of Dreaming (1993). I should read them again. They were quite an adventure, just like your dream!

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Paul Joseph
Posted 10/6/2008 3:20 PM (#10841 - in reply to #10840)
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Aww Lightdancer ... Carlos' work haunted me years back. Was he from Peru ? Never knew that. I had thought there was some post-Castaneda speculation that he made it all up. I don;t feel so. I feel there is a kernel of evidence, that he worked on. My very favorite is his 'Tales of Power'. After that, in my humble estimation, everything is recapitulation.

I am never sure if Don Juan and don Genaro jumped off that mountain.

My story, for which positive feedback I am deeply grateful, is of real provenance, insofar as I swam in Lake Titicaca. And the dream happened too.

I have referred before to The Eagle's Gift (Harli's picture!) ... then there is The Fire from Within ...as you say and, The Second Ring of Power

I suspect that CC got his 'movements' from Gurdjfieff, who in turn 'borrowed' them from T'ai Chi & Yoga. Nothing ever, ever, is new ... except this ...

But - also - how glad am I that you enjoyed the music. Namaste.

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Lightdancer
Posted 10/6/2008 3:28 PM (#10844 - in reply to #5276)
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Well, Peru is officially in my ethers today! After reading your article then reminding myself of Castaneda being from Peru, I went to get my afternoon snack, an orange, and the sticker said "From Peru!" Since I live in Florida, you'd think I'd get a Florida orange, anyway! Must be something I need to pay attention to!

Yes, there was alot of speculation as to whether Carlos was for real or not. I for one believe most of it. He certainly kept me entertained! (They both jumped, didn't they?)

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Paul Joseph
Posted 10/6/2008 4:28 PM (#10846 - in reply to #10844)
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According to the book they jumped. But how can that be ? To jump from such a great height ... or, maybe that is why Carlos seemed to suffer at the end ? I think the vulnerability and honesty with which he recounted the tales is very moving.

Florida seems so much nearer to Peru than am I : more than 16 hours flying.

I am glad for you that Peru is in the air. It is a very spiritual place. Serendipity is magical.

When we visited Florida (1981-ish, then 1990-is), each time I hoped to find and meet native shamans. The first time we visited a 'reservation' so my sister in law could buy tax free. After that, I gave up. Perhaps they hide. Like in Peru.

Try, if you haven;t, the author I mentioned in the article; I cannot recall her name as I write, though I emailed her and she was friendly.
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Lightdancer
Posted 10/6/2008 4:29 PM (#10847 - in reply to #5276)
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Will do!
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Paul Joseph
Posted 10/6/2008 4:49 PM (#10851 - in reply to #10847)
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Lightdancer - please let me know if you cannot track down & I will oblige. Bedtime here.

Night night.

Thanx & appreciative blessings All & Endlessness
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Paul Joseph
Posted 10/8/2008 5:57 AM (#10909 - in reply to #10851)
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Iris - it was the two You Tube links above that I just mentioned in my other post ! Here they are again, to make things easier ....

http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=3rnK00OnBNk&feature=related

http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=4oCJh4aa1Os

Edited by Paul Joseph 10/8/2008 5:58 AM
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sunflower
Posted 10/8/2008 6:05 AM (#10911 - in reply to #10909)
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ok,sorry,ill have alook,and get back to you,thankyou irisx
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Paul Joseph
Posted 10/8/2008 6:10 AM (#10912 - in reply to #10911)
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? Nothing to be sorry about !!

but don;t bust a gut listening if that is too much ... just that music can be therapeutic, if it works, tiresome and painful if it doesn't
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Lightdancer
Posted 10/19/2008 10:18 AM (#11388 - in reply to #5276)
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Paul and James,

You are truly doing your part to raise awareness in your posts and links. Keep it up! I for one am getting more information every day thanks to you both!
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Paul Joseph
Posted 10/19/2008 11:45 AM (#11389 - in reply to #11388)
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Wow, or Whoa, or, Allo'ha, Lightdancer ... that is really so very lovely of you ... except also, everyone participating is equally uplifting; thank you and thank You
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Lightdancer
Posted 10/19/2008 7:35 PM (#11393 - in reply to #5276)
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Of course everyone is contributing. I just wanted to point out your specific information that speaks to me. I am appreciative, as it is very timely in my studies and journey. Thanks again!
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Paul Joseph
Posted 10/20/2008 3:41 AM (#11400 - in reply to #11393)
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Warmly received, understood & appreciated.

Thank you.
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Posted 10/20/2008 12:03 PM (#11411 - in reply to #5276)
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We absolutely recognize and make our own all that needs to be received....that is why these boards mean the world to me, as do you all...
Thank you too, Lightdancer, for being here with us!
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