“The nagual is the part of us which we do not deal with at all ... At the time of birth, and for a while after, we are all nagual. We sense, then that in order to function we need a counterpart to what we have. The tonal is missing and that gives us, from the very beginning, a feeling of incompleteness. Then the tonal starts to develop and it becomes utterly important to our functioning, so important that it opaques the shine of the nagual, it overwhelms it. From the moment we become all tonal we do nothing else but to increment that old feeling of incompleteness which accompanies us from the moment of our birth and whichs tells us constantly that there is another part to give us completeness”
Carlos Castaneda

Tales of Power

Twitter Weekly Updates for 2010-05-23

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  • April was a month of regression for me: http://bit.ly/bo0doY #
  • a student learns when a teacher learns #
  • I'm looking for a 2nd (there is already a 1st) seed investor for an functional&fashionable Yoga gadget product-startup! #
  • If I ever said Namaste to you this is what I meant: http://bit.ly/98CWTu #
  • something nice to ride into a new weekend 🙂 ♫ http://blip.fm/~qpxhr #
  • human nature is to be lost, nature's nature is to find … and when it finds is … sweet 🙂 #
  • "From bitter searching of the heart, Quickened with passion and with pain We rise to play a greater part." #
  • "This is the faith from which we start: Men shall know commonwealth again From bitter searching of the heart." #
  • "We loved the easy and the smart, But now, with keener hand and brain,
    We rise to play a greater part. " #
  • "The lesser loyalties depart, and neither race nor creed remain
    from bitter searching of the heart." #
  • "Not steering by the venal chart that tricked the mass for private gain,
    we rise to play a greater part." #
  • "Reshaping narrow law and art whose symbols are the millions slain,
    From bitter searching of the heart we rise to play a greater part." #
  • @msurman A critical review of Facebook most likely written before Mark Zuckerberg was even born: http://bit.ly/dgfV3c in reply to msurman #
  • I have very little patience left for people who expect that everything be "explained" – I prefer building on of trust & faith #

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