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Higher Wisdom

“the social order in general daily manifests more and more critical signs of deterioration. Mankind is not permitted to learn the higher purpose of humanity,

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Medicine and Imagination

Medicine and Imagination Medicine and Imagination On Poiesis and Perception in Clinical Practice NEESHEE PANDIT MAY 23 This essay explores the poetic and perceptual basis

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Apollonius Passage to India

Apollonius of Tyana’s Passage to India   Christopher P. Jones Department of ClassicsHarvard UniversityCambridge, MA 02138cjones@fas.harvard.edu   PHILOSTRATUS’ Life of Apollonius (to give it its

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Ammonus Saccus

THE SCHOOL OF AMMONIUS SACCAS Ammonius ‘Sakkas’: Nickname: Ammianus Marcellinus 22.16: Saccas Ammonius Plotini magister; Theodoret, Cur. 6.60-73. Cf. Suda, s.v. Origenes. Ammonius Saccas was a philosopher

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The Great Misinterpretation

Haviv Rettig Gur This program was made possible by the Asper Center for Zionist Education at Shalem College which provides an academic platform for meaningful

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Sita Sharon

Sita Sharon The following is an audio clip from an interview with Ed Reither (Beezone) and Sita in 2019 in Boulder, Colorado. “I was going

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Early LSD Experiments

Harvard’s Henry Beecher LSD Research – 1950’s Earlier LSD Work Harvard (1956)   “While Leary stands out as an early pioneer of psychedelic research at

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Ginsberg on Leary

High Priest Foreward FOREWORD BY ALLEN GINSBERG   By the late ’40s of this memory Century the people I knew best and loved most had

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Early Mushroom Finders

Early Mushroom Finders – Reko, Weitlaner, Shultes  Late 1930’s when they were once again brought to the attention of the scientific community. Fig. 1. Dr.

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Liquid Light – an Interview

Charles Steng with Bill Barnard   March 27, 2023 Bill Barnard, Professor of Religious Studies at Southern Methodist University. Photo courtesy of Bill Barnard On

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Biology Of Consciousness

Biology Of Consciousness Brian Farrell ReVista HARVARD REVIEW OF LATIN AMERICA The Biology of Consciousness From William James to Richard Schultesby Brian D. Farrell | Sep 26,

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William Lutz – Double Speak

“Double-speak” refers to language that is intentionally ambiguous, misleading, or deceptive. It’s often used to obscure the truth or manipulate perceptions by presenting information in

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The Clock is Ticking

*** Yesterday, as I delved into Daniel Sheehan’s assertion regarding C. Crane Brinton’s purported declaration of containing ‘The Single Most Important Idea in Intellectual Western

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Two Headed Possibilities

“Your best intentions are not sufficient and will not win. Your best intentions are always countering your alternative or worst intentions, or at least bad

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The Myth of Analysis

  This essay is mostly a commentary on The Myth of Analysis by James Hillman, a collection of three essays that were originally given as talks during the

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The Great Assembly

The Great Assembly   The below larger thanka is a spherical portrayal of the Paths of Buddhism. It illustrates another version of the Great Assembly

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Transcending Materialism

TRANSCENDING MATERIALISM Originally published in the first issue of ‘Garuda” journal devoted to presenting the teachings of Tibetan Buddhism and the work of Chogyam Trungpa,

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A Letter to Yahweh

Dear God, It’s me, Seán. I’m sure you’re crazy busy with all the planets and maybe even some parallel universes you’ve created and must look

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The Gateless Gate

From ‘Audio Buddha“ Narrated by: Peter Coyote   The Gateless Gate (The Gateless Barrier), is a collection of 48 Zen koans compiled in the early

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Warning

Etymology. The root word stupid, which can serve as an adjective or noun, comes from the Latin verb stupere, for being numb or astonished, and

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True Soma

Originally published in ‘Laughing Man’ magazine, November 1984     True Soma is Not a Plant, True Soma is not External to the Body-Mind True

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The Tree of Contemporary Yoga Asana Styles

The Tree of Contemporary Yoga Asana Styles Complied by Liisa O’Maley *** Contact Yoga       Yoga Kids           Power Yoga         Ashtanga Yoga Ken Scott              Marsha

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Penultimate Curiosity

*** “Happy is the person who can recognize in the work of to-day a connected portion of the work of life and an embodiment of

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The (a) Guru

  Adaption by Beezone from a Talk Given by Adi Da Samraj On November 20, 1975 on the function of the Guru.     Bubba

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The Bee Hive

The following excerpt is taken from: There’s No Escape, There’s Only Realization A Gathering “Consideration” with Beloved Bhagavan Adi Da In The Manner of Flowers On January 5,

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Must Leave

Must Leave *** Groups, partnerships, environments and communications tend to enforce or reinforce certain kinds of behavior or games. Thus, they provide or deny certain

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Shambhala

    CHÖGYAM TRUNGPA is best known to Western readers as the author of several popular books on the Buddhist teachings, including Cutting Through Spiritual

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Brad Reynolds on Ken Wilber

Brad Reynolds on Ken Wilber   “Brad Reynolds has written an eloquent, passionate, beautiful book about my ideas. I believe it will help many people

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Some Thoughts on Things

Some Thoughts on Things ___ The farther one pursues knowledge, the less one knows Zen ___ Before I utter a word and you hear it,

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Epidemics, War, and Peace

  MEDICINE Epidemics, War, and Peace An exploration of the nature and origin of epidemic diseases, its relationship to the politics of war and peace,

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Harvard Psilocybin Course

Harvard Psilocybin Project Course  Dates to be announced   Introduction Embark on a fascinating journey into the annals of history with our course, “The Harvard

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Liberating Science from Materialism

Liberating Science from Pervading Materialism RUPERT SHELDRAKEreprinted from Architectural Review, 2012   The ‘scientific worldview’ is immensely influential because the sciences have been so successful.

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