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Monday, January 4, 2010

G-spot, music, a video, books and 2010 Hope!

Greetings dear readers, and of course, Happy New Year!

I am in day 4 of 2010 and have found some interesting reads across the net.  Today's is most funny and surprising (baby boomers will really love this one!).  It is a report from a Brit team that say the G-spot might be a myth.  How amusing is that? How many have searched for the elusive body part and either been discouraged or delighted?  Ahh, wasn't that a search many of us baby boomers were encouraged to discover?  Now what - shall we re-enter the Victorian era, or forge ahead, despite researchers research.  Please comment if you'd like to converse about this latest find (giggle, giggle).

Next, I came across some dynamite guitar music, and a video showing the artists playing.  Shine is a CD for Hanuman - artists are Rodrigo and Gabriela.  Here is a lively video of them playing.



If you like that you will probably really enjoy this deluxe edition with DVD.  It's titled 11:11.

                                                                                                                                                                     
So, now I have shared a controversial article and some great music.  How about a thoughtful book When the Dragon Stirs: Healing our Wounded Lives through Fairy Stories, Myths, and Legends?  I keep  being drawn to it, yet haven't read it.  It is an archetypical journey of finding one's true nature.  It's not that I'm still looking, but it sure is fun discovering all the different selves that make up me.

Actually, I am currently thoroughly enjoying Blue Horizon (Courtney Family Adventures) by Wilbur Smith.  It is a timeless adventure story written by a true master. Smith writes about Africa in many of his books and honestly, I can't believe I hadn't read this one!

Lastly, some comfort for this new year that already has promising technological and scientific advances.  Spiritual advances do come from within, but we are all connected.  I was reminded of this from a sermon by Father Joseph (from St. Benedict's Monastery in Old Snowmass, CO).  He spoke about hope, and the transcendent and transcendental via a quote from Vaclav Havel.  I found a memory within myself about hope, something I struggled with for quite some time.  The memory was an acronym for hope.  It is Heart Open Please Enter.  Maybe it will be helpful to you as well.

Cheers to a hopeful New Year.


1 comment:

Tiana said...

The G-Spot like the Dragon could be mythical, made up, something created for young and old to believe in. Isn't it just like, "if a tree falls in the forest and no one is there to hear it does it still fall?" Does a G-spot exist if you cannot find it? Do unicorns wander in forests? Maybe like unicorns and dragons the G-spot exists in our minds, there for those who want to believe in it and revel in its magic.

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