Gems 5.13

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Here’s another light-filled ¤ Gem ¤

5.13b

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“And something else was plaguing him too which he could not confide to anyone. He was receiving vague, emotional impressions from people whether he touched them or not, a certain free-floating telepathy it seemed…It wasn’t information he received. It was merely strong impressions of like, dislike, truth or falsehood. Sometimes he was so caught up in this, he only saw people’s lips moving. He didn’t hear their words at all. This highly-charged intimacy, if that was the proper thing to call it, alienated him to the core.” -Anne Rice, The Witching Hour

 

 

When did you stop dancing?

When did you stop singing?

When did you stop being enchanted by stories?

When did you stop finding comfort in the sweet territory of silence?

wisdom of the shamans

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7 thoughts on “Gems 5.13

  1. Ivor check out Jeff Deaver’s Cold Moon. In it he begins working with Katherine Dance, a psychiatrist and expert in body language to find a serial killer. He’s very skeptical about her because her methods are unorthodox and he’s a cold hard logician. She’s very quirky. The reason I remembered her is because I was surprised that she does what I do — have to do, most of the time. She uses music always, and earbuds and music when out, to keep that disquieting frisson this quote talks about at bay. But she is totally open to this vibe when working which is what makes her so good. I never really talked about this in public but it’s definitely a quote that resonated with me, so I had to share it. So I get it! I’m right with you on music. It’s such a beautiful insulator. ♪ ♥.

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