You Are The Macrocosm

May 15, 2016 Nick Astraeus 0

We can define and explore reality from either an objective or a subjective viewpoint. Consider objective and subjective views of space and time. From an objective view, space contains an infinite number of different theres, […]

Crash Course in Urban Shamanism

September 7, 2015 Will Hall 0

Spiritual practice is not for everyone, but sometimes survivors of psychosis have a calling to discover the truth in the world’s mystical traditions. This essay summarizes some of the lessons I’ve learned exploring altered states. […]

The Case for Animal Personhood

September 7, 2015 Jeff Warren 0

“There is nothing more alone in the universe than man. When we were children we wanted to talk to animals and struggled to understand why this was impossible. Slowly we gave up the attempt as […]

How Zen Masters Die

December 24, 2014 Jeff Warren 0

Tell it to no one but the wise For most will mock it right away The truly living do I prize Those who long in flame to die.  . . . Distance cannot slow your […] […]

October Meditation Celebrations in Toronto

October 8, 2014 Editor 0

The Consciousness Explorers Club – October Events “You have to be somebody before you can be nobody.” – Jack Engler The Harvard psychotherapist and early science-of-meditation pioneer Jack Engler wrote those words over 25 years ago now, as an attempt […] […]

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