So What Difference Does Where You Blog Make?

So I have not blogged regularly here for a couple of months after growing ever more tired of the repetitive nature and perhaps feeling a certain level of being disheartened, in the sense that whilst I felt progress being made in terms of getting a regular writing routine together and indeed doing my regular meditation and courses, I have typically not had much in terms of personal live advancement.

So did anything strange happen for example, in not writing here for a couple of months and then yesterdays post.  Well interestingly a couple of events occurred and I was not altogether happy with either, though it perhaps too early to tell whether it was related to starting up this for the most part private blog again, so I will wait & see, before leaping to false mathematical conclusions.

So yesterday I spoke on the fact that I had carried out some practice activities quite regularly at Guardian online or via my Twitter Account and a medium blog side, as to taking any picture and simply describing it out loud in your own voice and words and so on.

Yes we often do all these things on autopilot from quite young ages and call it thinking, though it is interesting how when a little older and after having meditated regularly how you can alter or have a broader view of such activities and the meanings if any that you give to them.

So I spoke as to The Guardian online website and the regular cartoonists are usually Steve Bell and Martin Rowson and Chris Riddell (Observer) and also Ben Jennings, Nicola Jennings and perhaps one or two others who cover for various Holidays or other Feature Art sections.

The Newspaper does a Daily Political / Opinion Cartoon and those are the one’s that I have carried out my practice exercises upon.


Steve Bell on Theresa May & the Brexit White Paper, 26/01/2017, Guardian Newspaper


Now the reason I enjoy Steve Bell’s work is because he manages to use some quite recognisable symbolisms and so on along with satirical parody of the great and good.

Anyone for example who has perhaps ever studied Tarot would likely recognise some features and aspects of his work as he often takes multiple so-called Higher Arcana Card features and brings them together, not every day though I have seen such things quite often since October when I first started paying more attention to the Daily Cartoonists.

The above example you have the Cliff that usually appears on The Fool Card.  Likewise We have a Sitting Theresa May with Britannia Features though the card would likely be the Empress Card, we also have Theresa with Greeny yellow hair perhaps an indicator for Tennis Fans and likewise on this occasion today we have a trident akin to Cricket Stump’s.  Interestingly you also have 2 different coloured dogs representative of the Chariot card potentially.

The green on the cliff perhaps akin to a golfing green colour, so all meaning comes from us, though if we know sports and relevant terminology or indeed POTENTIAL symbolism we can look to what others write and potentially pick up some pointers as well of course get used to various timetables that many sports have.

So I find it quite fun to go off on the various lateral that digress from the direct subject matter, which on this occasion was The Government losing the Court case as to having to have an act of Parliament in order to get a Brexit.  The Government had wanted to not go through parliament and it took some independent action of campaigners to force them to follow the LAW.

Anyway I have spent a little longer on this than intended though I wanted to give a gist of what I had been doing elsewhere.

So I have not really done that, though what I normally do is run through each segment or section of an image possibly background, foreground, middleground, left side, right side, and so on, VERY MUCH DEPENDENT UPON THE IMAGE and also the ARTIST they often have there own unique style or identifiers and so on.

Quite amazingly once you do such things quite regularly you do come to see many stupid things.  Two people on the left and one on the right and later that evening a football score that says 2:1 (for example).  Gaining confidence comes with practice I think and indeed not having to defend your speculations, simply write them down and then witness and see how proficient (or otherwise) you become at such activities.

One Holosync Program I had at some point I think was called “In The Zone” and was considering utilising that (if I can locate it) in combination with one or other Learning Strategies Course.  I can feel like I am now or in the zone, though do not necessarily have a level of accuracy or precision for any given sport.

That issue perhaps of clearing out old mental compartmentalization and then possibly recreating such things with greater awareness and so on.

The old issue of multiple coins being up in the air and you catch the wrong one.  For Example, we often become confused and think we have a great clue and then become disappointed when a result does not materialise.  In reality the result has materialised though we were probably looking within the wrong arena or realm.

Much like the classic Horoscope of A sporting Team that plays in red will win a match today, you go and put your last pound on a football team that loses and a rugby team wins.

Anyway many people seemingly manage to navigate such things far better than I, so I know it can be achieved, though perhaps have to go to those deeper levels of practice and indeed not get caught up in some nonsenses that are strangely never all that far away from some individuals behaviours etc.

good Quality Practice and more accurate and precise navigation.

Anyway wittering on again, Thank you for reading, God Bless and be Well 😉


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