Lakeside photos • The ultimate nut & berry taste combo? • We all deserve love • Profound Eating Exercise

Lakeside photos Walking to the lake again today, taking pictures with my FairPhone2. It is the only properly modular cellphone I know. Kick-ass. I look forward to this becoming industry standard eventually. I found a solar-powered Canadian laptop (http://store.solaptop.com/ ) but I'm unsure about its upgradability/modularity. Neither do the company say anything about the ethics … Continue reading Lakeside photos • The ultimate nut & berry taste combo? • We all deserve love • Profound Eating Exercise

Contrasting symbolic and nonsymbolic reality — A conceptual sketch

This model particularly focuses on the imaginary limitations of the "human mind", as perceived while "in it" and can serve as a loose guide to look "outside it". sketch of a model of reality Something to right side of to the axis of meaning (on morality), partly written in other notes: "has to be meaningful/good", … Continue reading Contrasting symbolic and nonsymbolic reality — A conceptual sketch

Mani(c) Monday

This morning I had the second round of cleaning up my teeth from the abandoned bracers. My dentist Mani and his assistant did a great job. I did too, not freaking out at all =D. Not ready for Bollywood, but you should have seen them before =D After getting my teeth professionally drilled, grinded and … Continue reading Mani(c) Monday

Walking the edge of the matrix

To properly prepare for a mystical experience I did this guided meditation by Leo Gura, followed by a short breathing exercise as described in this video by Mantak Chia, and then took a walk outdoors, with the aim to find someplace to read Cicero's letters to Atticus for twenty minutes. I had only walked perhaps … Continue reading Walking the edge of the matrix

To B12 or not to B12 …

Today I was offered supplements of vitamin B12, since my levels are in the lower range. At first I felt like taking them, but I trusted my intuition instead which told me to do some more research. I began by looking at the company producing the supplements. Reading their statements about B12. They actively advocate … Continue reading To B12 or not to B12 …

Balanced Breakfast/Brunch

I love this wooden tray Today's brunch (equally perfect for breakfast) was extraordinarily yummy and nutritionally well balanced, so here's the recipe: Ingredients Dry green tea leaves½ a fig7 peeled peanuts (3-4 with peel)3 walnuts10-12 cashew nutsa tablespoon cocoa flakes Fresh ½ apple diced½ pear dicedchunks from a third of a slice of pine applechunks … Continue reading Balanced Breakfast/Brunch

Shopping sustainable vegan art supplies and outfit

Who was the hero in this journey? Well it was me, your blogger who faced the chilly winter land of Stockholm yesterday, and today has taken photos to document what came out of it. In no way affiliated, paid or sponsored for displaying any of the products below, I simply enjoy them and what they … Continue reading Shopping sustainable vegan art supplies and outfit

Writings partly inspired by Buddhism, talks from Jiddu Krishnamurti and videos by Leo Gura of actualized.org

How locked is the everyday mind into its usual habits that even the names of common objects pass by the consciousness unnoticed. There is nothing ordinary however about existence, it is ALWAYS here and ALWAYS unfathomably mysterious, ungraspable and infinite. History, culture and reasons, just faint patterns on the tapestry of a miniscule grain in … Continue reading Writings partly inspired by Buddhism, talks from Jiddu Krishnamurti and videos by Leo Gura of actualized.org

Ascendant Ambiguity Access

I intend to write poetry but often something more ambiguous wants to come out. This time it is a kind of textual journey about being ordinary and yearning to access the mystical. What's the point of being with the in-peopleif not so that when you come back outyou have reached another leveland can teach what … Continue reading Ascendant Ambiguity Access

First Day of Frost : A Celebratory Photowalk!

Last Saturday, the 24th of November 2018 I reached 100 blog posts on bkh.me. I got some of the most magical photographs I yet taken the same day. In Sweden daylight is limited to a few hours during winter. It is already sunset past 3 p.m.! So when I spotted this rare and precious light … Continue reading First Day of Frost : A Celebratory Photowalk!