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Story Structure, Logic, and the Meaning of Life

By PJ Reece If you’re lucky at some point in your life you’ll come to a complete dead-end. I confess, I’m obsessed with the role of failure in the trajectories of fictional protagonists. But it’s not…

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The Story of the Soul, Tim Freke

Tim envisions a philosophy that can match our experience, that can bring together the discoveries of science and embrace the value that we feel in the experiences of nonduality and love. He points out that there…

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Ben Rivers: Two Years at Sea

by Paula Marvelly, Editor, The Culturium We’re fed so much data, too much knowledge, too much information. I’m not interested in data. Obviously there’s some I want to know, but there’s an insistence that we need…

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We Are The World That We Perceive, Riccardo Manzotti

Neuroscientist Riccardo Manzotti proposes a radical hypothesis: that we are the world that we perceive. But this world consists not of absolute, externally aloof objects, abstractions that are described by mathematical equations, but of objects which…

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Loose Magic

arriving in the middle where all plots suspend the caravan of loose magic rolls into town bumping along an almost familiar road scenarios swerve and sway history no longer consigned to make sense jars and slips…

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The Physical Side of Trauma

Trauma is more than just a cognitive experience. It resides in the body, mind, heart and brain. Which is why verbal psychotherapy may not always help people who have been traumatized—their experiences lie beyond the cognitive…

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No Happy Ending

When I was young, one of the most frequently heard advertising jingles was the soothing voice of Ronald Reagan in the General Electric commercial telling us that: “Progress is our most important product.” In the 1950’s…

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Consciousness Expanded by Psilocybin

Psychedelic drugs alter consciousness in a profound and novel way that increases the breadth and fluency of cognition. However, until recently, scientists were unable to offer an explanation for how the brain was altered to account for…

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