Synchromysticism

" Synchromysticism:
The art of realizing meaningful coincidence in the seemingly mundane with mystical or esoteric significance."

- Jake Kotze

March 12, 2021

Time Heals All Wounds?

I read an article in 'New Dawn' magazine recently about working with your ancestors written by Daniel Foor and liked the gist of what he was getting at in that article and wondered who he was.
So I did an Apple Podcast search for any podcasts Daniel may have been on to hear more of what he had to say, but only one podcast came up in my search featuring him, and that was a 2012 'Conversations with Dwyer' podcast, which was thought provoking and funny at the same time I thought.
I then did an internet search and found a page full of more recent podcasts which Daniel had been on and realized that I had heard Daniel on a Rune Soup podcast once and had even written a post about listening to the podcast, which didn't impress me all that much at the time, and still doesn't now that I re-listened to it once more today -
Ancestral Lineage Repair?
It was funny to me reading that old post, as I gave away that blue Watchmen Dr. Manhattan action figure this year.
A picture of my deceased (angel?-) cat on my bookcase
Daniel seems to have made himself a mix-tape of spiritual beliefs that he has dabbled in and while some songs on his spiritual mix-tape I resonate with, played as a whole it seems just a confusing mish-mash to my ears.
But I like a lot of the ideas he is trying to explore and express.
I haven't read his book, and don't intended to anytime soon, but his 'New Dawn' article was worth a read I thought.
I like the thought of honouring our dead ancestors like the Asians do, as long as it doesn't become just a superstitious practice.
Something Strange Happened to Me on THE WAY out of a Taoist Temple

3 comments:

  1. Repair of ancestral lineage, read that can be done via deep hypnosis. Might have to read that New Dawn article.

    Saw what you did with the ‘Cat’ and Shark ๐Ÿ˜€... also did you know that according to ancient Egyptians, cats and snakes were seen as similar personality types. I’ll try and find that article I read it from.

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    1. I didn't actually do anything with the shark and cat, that's just where I throw all my membership stickers now.
      The 2019 one is to the left of the cat photo and the 2020 one is on the shelf above the cat photo.
      There wasn't really a message there, except that the Sharks are the best club in the NRL IMHO:-)

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  2. I wouldn't bother wasting money on that magazine if I were you, half the stories are just delusional BS in that edition anyway, just like most of the stories in 'New Dawn' magazine editions.
    Listen to the 'Conversations with Dwyer' podcast and you'll get most of what he writes about in ND.

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