What this blog is about

This blog is about the intelligent heart*.  Which means it is also about the loving brain. The left brain/right brain discussion in modern discourse has become a false dichotomy — at last. This is an “Ascensioneering” site. It is about unity, and it starts with recognizing a coming love affair between our two brain hemispheres, and between our once-divided heart and mind. Ascensioneering means the engineering of Ascension, the dogma-less pathing of infinite human growth.

Experiential trumps theoretical here. 

The corpus callosum is the physical anatomical join of our two brain hemispheres, a neuronal rich bridge we have deemed a wall, and which now in the next minute or the next year comes down as fast and as miraculously as collapsed the one in Berlin on November 9th, 1989.

It is about the return of the Goddess in our lives. It is about the most important topics on earth.

*Coincidentally the title of a biography of D.H. Lawrence

-Bill Sterling / bill@sterlings.us

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2 Responses to What this blog is about

  1. Gerry St. Onge says:

    Thanks for this Bill. When I think of the left/right brains thing, I also think of the “Men are from Mars and Women are from Venus” thing. And just last week I came across a powerful description of the Divine Feminine and Divine Masculine archetypes. I’m getting strong feelings that this is very important. The Feminine has been suppressed and oppresses for thousands of years and now, in this new age, coming back to the forefront. We men have the opportunity to fully embrace our Feminine sides too. Breaking down the walls as you say – embracing that balance, methinks, is what it’s all about.


  2. Carol says:

    Congratulations, Bill, for sharing your channels , visions, and experiences with us. Love the title of your blog and the picture too. Thanks for having the courage to “. Tell it like it is” and pave the way for this beautiful Ascension.
    Hope more poetry is on the way as well!


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