• The Heart is an Eye.

    The heart is an “eye”, (Octavio Paz).  If you stay connected to your heart, if you still feel, then you remain connected to what some call your natural intuition. Your heart is a brain. It allows you to sense what your mind might be too busy to perceive. Your heart is the foundation of your… Continue Reading

  • Podcast | Carl L. Harp Stepping Forward in Time

    A podcast for Indelible, a documentary in progress for the week of April 21, 2019. This podcast includes a clip from an interview with psychiatrist John Leibert, who first appeared in the Indelible story when Carl Harp was interviewed by law enforcement in Snohomish County Jail at 2 AM, in August 1973. Leibert was asked… Continue Reading

  • Citizen Data Explorer: Dave Feldman

    Engineer Dave Feldman creates data sets of his own blood chemistry and uses it in conversations with scientists to poke them into new considerations. My sense decades ago was that artists could do the same, if those in the sciences could treat them openly as researchers who can expand beyond the boundaries they can not… Continue Reading

  • Podcast | A Pipeline of Boys in Poverty

    The podcast for Indelible, a documentary in progress for the week of February 20, 2019. After a long hiatus a podcast on my reasons for my commitment to this project. Why would anyone continue on a project amidst such danger and suffering? I am constantly asked this. And in December I had to seriously ask… Continue Reading

  • Perceiving a Whistleblower

    If you are a whistle-blower where afterwards multiple employees at multiple government organizations, companies, professionals have taken actions to harm you or your loved ones, you will often come across those (mostly naive individuals), who when hearing you tell of your experiences will say: “it sounds like you think there is/was a conspiracy”. This is… Continue Reading

  • The Practice of Imagination—Alternative to Meditation

    Imagining is another form of meditation. It may be useful for those who find themselves unable to practice traditional meditation. Studies have shown that meditation changes the structure of our brain and increases our well-being. It also strengthens and quickens our capacity to solve problems.  Imagining helps us to reconnect to who we truly are.… Continue Reading

  • Warm White

    The snow pack was 30 feet high that winter. My cabin was built on “stilts” yet still I had to dig steps into the snow to climb up over the bank and once on top slide down into the door. I was 19 years old. He was 26, and had killed before. Not because he… Continue Reading

  • Podcast | Archetypes in Crimes and Wars.

    A podcast for Indelible, the documentary media project in progress for the week of September 2, 2018. The third in a new series of podcasts for the project which describes similarities, divergences and shared archetypes between characters within the project. It also looks at: Archetypes which appear when working on this type of project. Confirmation… Continue Reading

  • Podcast | Surviving Weaponized Information & Social Media

    A podcast for Indelible, a documentary media project in progress for the week of August 8, 2018. This video podcast explores how we as consumers of media can navigate the onslaught of weaponized information provided by an ever-expanding group of condoned news sources, corporations and governments. It is a challenging time to present any historical… Continue Reading

  • Podcast | Tribes & Tribe-LESS-ness

    This is the podcast for Indelible, a documentary in progress for the week of July 31, 2018. The first of a new series of podcasts which will focus on more specific issues underlying the Indelible project. This discussion centers around the current trend towards divisiveness: the way unwell authorities achieve this through social media and… Continue Reading