Tame Bear on December 31st, 2012

Twitter this year teamed up with Vizify to produce summaries of anyone’s Twitter feed from 2012, distilling it down to the top ten words. Here’s mine. Nothing too surprising — these are The Bear’s top ten words, with “World” leading the pack by a wide margin. (Click on the chart to read the list.) I […]

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Tame Bear on September 10th, 2012

Whew! What a day, what a day, what a day… Hey, is it only Monday??? I got a lot done today, and am kicking back with a manhattan and reminiscing about this thing we call “the world,” “reality,” the shared dream of our existence. Yeah, it only takes one or two of these manhattens to […]

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Tame Bear on March 26th, 2011

Few know it now, but we stand at the leading edge of one of the greatest cultural and spiritual renaissances the world has ever known. We have emerged from the greatest financial calamity our country has seen in nearly a hundred years. We appear to be as divisive as ever — some would say more […]

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Tame Bear on December 11th, 2010

You all know me — Tame Bear — a fun-loving, philosophy-talking, techie-science-spiritualist brown bear of the Internet. Most of you are surely aware that I am not a real bear. After all, how many bears do you know that talk, that write updates on their WordPress blog, that tell life stories on their own podcast? […]

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Tame Bear on December 6th, 2010

Just believing in nonduality is similar to believing in other religions. Actually experiencing nonduality moment by moment is where it’s at. Hearing, seeing, touching, and other perceptions are happening. Experiencing these things demands a “me” to do the experiencing. Duality. To experience the sensuous being of all-that-is requires thought, applying meaning, using words. Thought, meaning, […]

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Tame Bear on November 9th, 2010

In a remarkably well-articulated story by Huffington Post blogger Robert Lanza, we are given a tour of recent research and contemporary thought into the nature of time. From the paradox of motion passing through many moments of time (like individual frames in a movie); Heisenberg’s inevitable uncertainties as to location and direction of moving objects; to the […]

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Tame Bear on October 8th, 2010

“Oceans of Light” by Peter Oakley Save 20% on the new ebook, “Oceans of Light: A Users Guide to the Multiverse” by Peter Oakley, now available at Barnes & Noble. Description: “Welcome to the Multiverse, an energetic realm where countless universes beyond our own sweep across billion light-year arcs of spacetime, swirling veils washing like waves […]

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Tame Bear on May 19th, 2010

Those who follow @TameBear on Twitter may have already seen this, or perhaps it was inadvertently buried in a flood of other messages flowing by in your river of info. Here they are all together in one place — 8 tweets describing “Multiverse Wave Theory” (aka: MW-Theory): Picture yourself as a blob of photons moving […]

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Tame Bear on April 19th, 2010

As an avid technology watcher, The Bear tracks a number of trends on the World Wide Web, observing how new services come into common usage and are integrated into our daily lives. One hot rising trend in recent years is “social networking,” exemplified by services such as MySpace, Orkut, LinkedIn, Facebook, Bebo, Twitter, and Google […]

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Tame Bear on February 24th, 2010

Here is a bit of philosophical thought play… If God is Love and God is Light then Is Light equivalent to Love? —— This is related to yesterday’s post entitled “We Are Made of Light“. If indeed we are made of light, then are we God?

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