Author: James Wadman

This Moment

There are times in our lives when it is necessary to take a moment to breathe slowly, to reflect on where we are and where we are headed. Ironically, these are the times when patience is most difficult. When we so deeply want to move forward, it is easy to miss the value in stasis.

What are your goals in life? Do you wish for permanence or for tranquility in the moment? Are you in search of laughter or something deeper? Are you just trying to get by? Will you be content looking back at your life, knowing you only tried for moderate satisfaction?

These are the questions that arise during slow breaths, when the world spins around you. It is necessary to be okay with these moments because, just like the risks we take and the long hours of working hard to achieve your goals, these moments help to illustrate the reach of your dreams.

“This Moment” was a quick thought that came to me as I was listening over to the mastered version of my new song, “Bridge to Permanence.” If you are visiting my blog on a computer browser, it is likely that you are listening to Bridge to Permanence playing in the background. If not, you can catch it on YouTube or Soundcloud.

Love is Found

“What gives us hope in life is the sense that love is not found in predictable symmetry or straight edges. The closest we can get to perfection are the moments we can’t put into words, but can still feel when nothing is left.”

Excerpt From: James Wadman. “Diamondis.” James Wadman, 2017. iBooks.

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To The Earth

By James Wadman



If you asked me about the future of humanity I inevitably think of our place in the stars. It is natural that the minds of the conscious wander toward the things in our universe that are larger than life. But now more than ever, the debate seems to be is our destination in the sky or in circuitry of virtual realities? First we must answer, is the fate of humanity in progress or the dust of our self-inflicted ashes? And if we can cohesively strive for progress, we might find that our fate is infinite, both in the space that exists above us and in the space between transient pulses of binary gates.

Inevitably, though, we are meant to leave this earth. Will we do it together, or will we wave goodbye to lives left behind?

To the Earth is a testament to the first step mankind took toward this goal, and an optimistic gesture toward the flightpath of our ascension into the stars.

Achilleus is the collaborative project of Eric Averetta and James Wadman. A symbol of transcendence, Achilleus is a return to authentic trance as it first was intended. “To the Earth” is a testament to the first step mankind took toward this goal, and an optimistic gesture toward the flightpath of our ascension into the stars. This video was composed using mirrored time lapse footage in Austin, Texas. There are automated 180 degree and 45 degree mirrors with zoom-movement in exported footage.

The Prayer, Part II

Poem by James Wadman

And if in time, the land I know shrivels
If you forget my name and the blue of the sea
collapses into gray
I’ll believe the words you
reminded me to create:
That a lover’s touch is infinite
above the clouds, the moon, the stars,
I’ll collide into your arms
In a dream, in heaven
where ever you are.

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