Saul Sees

Saul comes across a lot of thought-provoking things and people. Some of it ends up in the Museum of the Weird’s World Weird News. Some of it is more personal and not for a general audience but for people like you. You’ll find that stuff here.

Light from the darkness

Light from the darkness

December is filled with the Christian/Commercial holiday of Christmas, though a quick look at the diverse calendar of holidays shows that the month is just stuffed with celebrations. Many of these center around light. This is not surprising, as December contains the Winter Solstice in the northern hemisphere, the ...

Happy Halloween 2020

Happy Halloween 2020

Saul wishes a happy Halloween and includes a free treat to play with.

Tired of the same four walls? Try remote viewing!

Tired of the same four walls? Try remote viewing!

If you have not seen the movie, The Men Who Stare at Goats, you should. It’s fun. You should also read the book, because they are different in important ways.

The story centers around a journalist’s exploration of the First Earth Battalion, ...

Performance Pivoting: A New Era

Performance Pivoting: A New Era

Like many, I have been innovating my way around the conditions the COVID-19 pandemic forced upon us. The term “pivoting” has become popular to describe the twists in our path, continuing to do what we do in strange circumstances. I have spent a good deal of effort to find ways to connect ...

Do you record your dreams?

Do you record your dreams?

Dreams are powerful tools that can give us insight into our selves and our intuition. Keeping a dream journal is the first step to truly harnessing our dreams and making use of what our higher self has to tell us.