margonaut blog archive (2004-2014)

25Feb/098

Pythagorean tone generator

One of the prettiest things I've heard....

There are several examples of the instruments on Google, have requested more information about which were used in this example. In person it must be so much more amazing (recordings are never the same as real resonance.)

More and more I am choosing to devote myself to studying the healing power of sound. I am spending quite a bit of time each day just listening.

23Feb/090

perfect music

I am loving the music of Maneesh De Moor today, WOW!

Inspirational.

listen on Myspace

from his label page
http://www.mdmsound.com

Born in the Netherlands, currently travelling, Maneesh mastered the art of sound synthesis and sound sculpturing, after studying classical and pop/world. He specializes in the crossover of ethnic/traditional styles and contemporary atmospheres and grooves. Over the years he has been collaborating with many musicians from around the globe (Sudha, Praful, Bahramji, Deva Premal & Miten, Prem Joshua amongst many others) and released the groundbreaking solo album “SADHANA an ethno-ambient journey into Oneness”.

Download "Sharanam" via Itunes!

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21Feb/091

& between the atoms we are mostly empty space

below is an excerpt that sparked a deeper understanding of the fact that our bodies are biologically complex ecosystems

from
The Biology of Belief
by Bruce Lipton

As it turned out, that histology course was the most exhilarating and intellectually profound period of my academic career. Free to teach the course the way I wanted to teach it, I ventured into a new way of covering the material, an approach that had been roiling in my brain for several years. I had been fascinated by the idea that considering cells as miniature humans would make it easier to understand their physiology and behavior. As I contemplated a new structure for the course, I got excited. The idea of overlapping cell and human biology rekindled the inspiration for science I had felt as a child. I still experienced that enthusiasm in my research laboratory, though not when I was mired in the administrative details of being a tenured faculty member, including endless meetings and what for me were tortuous faculty parties
...
When we observe other humans as individual entities or see ourselves in the mirror as an individual organism, in one sense, we are correct, at least from the perspective of our level of observation. However, if I brought you down to the size of an individual cell so you could see your body from that perspective, it would offer a whole new view of the world. When you looked back at yourself from that perspective you would not see yourself as a single entity. You would see yourself as a bustling community of more than 50 trillion individual cells.

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20Feb/091

gentle approach computer coach

I'm discovering a talent in helping people who are new to computers learn why they are fun and good and have repurposed the gentlebuzz.com domain name for this purpose.

I'm getting some clients through the store and only time will tell what's in store!

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our new sign below a mall Valentine's day decoration

18Feb/094

twin flame blessing

this video has some text around the concept of Twin Flames that reminded me to keep my "vibration" around wanting a partner energetically positive

today I replace the feeling of ache & longing with a sense of gratitude that my patience will be rewarded and that until/if it manifests I will love everything and everyone around me to the best of my ability

this is something I've understood intellectually for some time (like attracts like) & Now is the time to apply it fully

of course, the biological imperative is a factor & something to be embraced, accepted, and sometimes (consciously!) enjoyed Now

13Feb/090

the dawning of the Age of Aquarius?

According to some, Valentine's Day 2009 is the official dawning of the Age of Aquarius...

from Jude Currivan
http://www.judecurrivan.com/media-articles/articles/the-aquarian-alignment-14th-february-2009/

At dawn on 14th February the day dedicated to St Valentine, the patron saint of Love, the Moon in Libra enters the seventh house of relationships. And Jupiter and Mars are aligned in Aquarius in the twelfth house of spiritual transformation.

Forty years ago, the intuitive words of a song called Aquarius, brought the dawning of the new age into our collective awareness:

When the Moon is in the seventh house
and Jupiter aligns with Mars.
Then peace will guide the planets
and love will steer the stars

At 7.25am on 14th February - and for the 18 minutes of the alignment, I invite you, in the universal heart, to add your own intention for love and peace and to co-create the dawning of the Age of Aquarius to that of the Cosmos. In whatever way feels appropriate for you, you may choose to align with7.25am (UT) or 7.25am your own local time energizing a wave of intention that will surge around the Earth.

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12Feb/090

beautiful visionary art

I am enjoying the artwork of Adam Scott Miller today.

I found him via his work on the CD cover for the new Ectoplazm release by Initiation by Xamanist (mastered by Akhentek.)

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8Feb/092

second Garageband track

another track has been completed

click on the image below to hear and/or download it

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5Feb/093

silly saint

A friend on Facebook made this image today using Photoshop....

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2Feb/092

don’t just do something, sit there

Perhaps the most useful information in the Bible is...

Be still, and know that I am God.
Psalm 46:10

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