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Poetry

“Introduction to My ‘Poems’ ”

My intention behind each one of my "poems" is for me through them to be therapeutic: to raise the Life Energy, the Healing Spirit.
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Books of Therapeutic Poetry

Three books of high Life Energy poetry created by Dr. Diamond.
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Lilt: “God Is My Soul”

Dr. Diamond has composed a large number of special therapeutic songs which he calls lilts. Like his original artwork and photography, his lilts are created with the specific intention of raising the Life Energy of the performer and his audience.
 

Oh, God is my soul,
My soul is my God,
My heart I lay open
To all creatures as love.

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“Poetry and Deep Creativity”

Our word poetic is from the Greek poein, to create.

Poetry is so much more than words on a page. For instance, dancing can be Seen as poetic, and music – all arts, and all of life.

It depends on how we feel it was created – from how Deeply within. If from the Soul, then whatever its form, it will be thought – Known – to be Poetic.

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Video: The Healing Power of Blake

Dr. Diamond discusses his book “The Healing Power of Blake.” The book can be purchased here.

See more videos by Dr Diamond on his YouTube channel.

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Video: Thoughts on Punctuation

Dr. Diamond shares his thoughts on punctuation and how its correct usage can help raise the Life Energy of a person’s writing.

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“I Read Blake and Feel the Spirit”

Of all the paintings and poetry I have ever examined, Blake’s have by far the highest Life Energy, because of his devotion to the realm of the Spirit. As Catherine, his wife, said of him: “I have very little of Mr. Blake’s company; for he is always in Paradise.”

He was an emissary of the Spirit World.

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“The Doctor-Poet”

All the doctor-poet needs to do is not to judge their poetry by the usual academic standards, but by their desire to heal with them. Then the Spirit of altruistic service that they have learned through their poetry will imbue all of their therapeutic activities.
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“Whitman and the Breath of the Line”

Verse: from the Latin vertere , to turn. Many poets are great poets, but poor versifiers: they didn't know when to turn the line.
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