For many years I have been studying nutrition and playing around with food to see what works and what doesn’t. There is so much conflicting research on what is healthy […]
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".
I mixed this track some time ago. It features on the album Goodbye Earth Hello Cosmos…
I really needed to do a preface to this article because there is always a shifting uncertainty about where justice lies and how much responsibility we take for our actions. […]
This video is a short inspirational talk by Terence McKenna from the film True Hallucinations. Soul stirring stuff from this extraordinary man who paved the way for many a psychonaut.
Hope is the thing with feathers That perches in the soul And sings the tune without the words And never stops at all. ~ Emily Dickinson Apart from the basics […]
Because of our last names, I get quite a few emails about my relationship with Stuart Wilde. To help me out I have done a little Q&A to link people […]
We all know the feeling of discovering parts of ourselves that we may have suspected but didn’t know existed…
When in Vietnam recently we stayed in a fabulous little shack on the beach and every morning we would go for a walk. It was lovely – except for the […]
Possibly my earliest memory of a spiritual concept – at least one that gave me thought – was a rather profound sermon given by the minister of our local church […]
I don’t want to get too serious about this topic but it is an important one as we potter about on this increasingly strained planet…
In Buddhist thought life moves in rising and falling waves of Sukkha (pleasure) and Dukkha (our suffering or sorrow). This rising and falling is our natural cycle which we can […]
Directions lay in hyperspace, feelings guide the human race ~ Stuart Wilde I hope Stuart is right – it’s best we are guided by our feelings, not our emotions. I […]