Writer and composer James Wild has been travelling about this wonderful planet for many years, exploring, greeting and revelling. He has produced an extensive range of recordings on music, meditation, relaxation and other favourite topics of discussion.
After graduating in Botany/Ecology, James went on to produce music and begin writing. He takes a keen interest in nature, music, metaphysical philosophy and Futurama.
James lives in a forest, on a ridge, near a small village, not far from a large city, in Australia, on Gaia, in our Solar System, on the Orion Arm of the Milky Way about 26,000 light years from galactic centre, in the Local Group of galaxies drifting somewhere in this extraordinary universe (apparently torus shaped or fractally holographic some say).
James says, “With my music, recordings and writing I endeavour to inspire and help people connect to Gaia and the greater good of humanity".
With the festive season upon us I wanted to talk about something that has been on my mind of late: kindness. Humanities propensity for kindness is something we can be […]
Modern intensive agriculture relies heavily on antibiotics to ward off disease in animals. We all know the dangers: microorganisms build up resistance to antibiotics evolving into superbugs. These get into the […]
Only once have I had a migraine and it was truly horrible. Years ago I had a friend who would get them every second weekend – consistently. Rarely on a […]
Quiet Earth has just put up Ego and Reality on MP3. It’s a very funny lecture from the early days. Of course I am not in agreement with all he […]
“These mountains you are carrying you are only supposed to climb” – Najwa Zebian Ok so I am posing here a bit but it was such an awe-inspiring trek up […]
When Odysseus returned to the greek island Ithaca, after a long and adventurous gruelling journey (Cyclops, the Sirens, Poseidon, the witch Goddess Circe – to name a few encounters not […]
The Google techno weeny Chade-Meng Tan, led a set of mindfulness classes which became a mindfulness institute. Tan says he was “constantly miserable” until he discovered that such a temperament […]
Recently Fiona and I watched a hockey game in Toronto between the the Maples Leafs and Tampa Bay Lightning. The latter were just too good for the Leafs, much to […]
The other day I was walking though Kirribilli, a north shore suburb of Sydney and came across a most unusual old dilapidated fence which looked very much out of place […]
Nationalism is an infantile disease. It is the measles of mankind – A Einstein I have been a bit disconcerted by planetary events of late. What to make of this […]
Annapurna is a track I created with brother Michael. I would call it moving and inspirational. Featuring flowing pads and strings with Indian voice and percussion, including tablas and bhangra […]