Archive for September, 2010

As Long As I Can Pee I Will Never Suffer From Writer’s Block

You are about to be immunized from writer’s block. Now uh, the first thing I need to do is put my hands in your pockets… I’ve seen other writers writing about writer’s block and I remember thinking even then, FOR GOD SAKES, THESE PEOPLE ARE WRITING! That’s four “writers” in one sentence and the phrase […]

Wrongaholic Twelve Step Program: Step 2 – Everyone Makes Mistakes So Get Over It

Some folks dislike everybody. They consider their boss to be a moron, coworkers as turds and the remaining useful idiots around them as prime candidates for the Nincompoop Party. What these folks are unconsciously displaying is the desperate need for a dough see dough through Step Two of the Wrongaholic Program. Sandbar Dead Ahead Wrongaholics […]

The Emotional Grid – What Is Up With The Number Three?

Words describe our reality and we have more words now than ever. So, I’m guessing that we likely have more reality, too. The neat thing about words is although they have individual definitions the message they convey when strung together linearly can provide a context of reality which is entirely separate from their literal content. […]

The Emotional Grid – Puzzling, Powerful Forces That Constantly Influence Us

“Psychic Resources” is very interesting term. Physicians employ the phrase to describe the fight or flight response capacity triggered in patients when serious health concerns must be unceremoniously conveyed to them. Their comrades, the medical support staff who carry most of the stretchers, recognize this “YOU’RE GOING TO BE OKAY” self healing faculty and engage […]

Wrongaholic Twelve Step Program – Step 1

  Send Yourself a Signal Hello, my name is Barry Williams and I am a Wrongaholic. Never heard of us? Well, a Wrongaholic is a person, animal or thing which is resistant to admitting it / they make mistakes. This inability to assume credit for misdeeds allows bad ideas to start and wrong concepts to […]

The Emotional Grid – Luck Experiment September 13 to December 13, 2010

Part of my understanding of the Emotional Grid is that we can influence our luck. By using the scientific findings of Professor Richard Wiseman regarding our ability to generate our own luck , I intend to show that I can stop bad luck and begin experiencing only good luck, simply by will. (Sept 13/2010: this […]

Synchronicity – The Emotional Grid at Work

Carl Jung called it synchronicity. I call it The Emotional Grid because I believe that human intent plays a role. Similar in structure to magnetic fields, I believe these mobile invisible grids create intersections upon which all physical events unfold. The “grid” I am imagining is made up of human intention and its physical manifestation […]

Amusement Parks & Greeting Cards Are Emotional Vampires

When was the last time you were really afraid? And by afraid I mean OOGA-BOOGA afraid, not just your run of the mill high anxiety, heart attacking fear of death, taxes, and regular terror afraid. For many folks, I bet their answer would be the dread they recall experiencing at a recent horror movie or […]