Happiness, Entertainment Media and the Sub-Conscious Mind ~ Recently, I returned from Uganda after leading a 2 week trip with a group of teenagers. They were a great bunch and we got a chance to really integrate ourselves into the Ugandan culture, our highlight being a 4 day home-stay in a rural, remote Ugandan Village. http://www.wakingtimes.com/2013/10/01/happiness-entertainment-media-sub-conscious-mind/

Happiness, Entertainment Media and the Sub-Conscious Mind ~ Recently, I returned from Uganda after leading a 2 week trip with a group of teenagers. They were a great bunch and we got a chance to really integrate ourselves into the Ugandan culture, our highlight being a 4 day home-stay in a rural, remote Ugandan Village. http://www.wakingtimes.com/2013/10/01/happiness-entertainment-media-sub-conscious-mind/

Life is made up of days, and if you focus on making each day beautiful – appreciating, enjoying and loving what is – in the end, you will have created a beautiful life.

Life is made up of days, and if you focus on making each day beautiful – appreciating, enjoying and loving what is – in the end, you will have created a beautiful life.

The Fall Inside ~ The self-empowered person has no need to be right or to be seen as being right. ‘Self’ does not exclude, and one’s own happiness becomes tied in with the prosperity of others... http://www.wakingtimes.com/2013/09/16/fall-inside/

The Fall Inside ~ The self-empowered person has no need to be right or to be seen as being right. ‘Self’ does not exclude, and one’s own happiness becomes tied in with the prosperity of others... http://www.wakingtimes.com/2013/09/16/fall-inside/

The straightest path to health and happiness is so simple.

The straightest path to health and happiness is so simple.

100 Breaths Meditation for Concentration and Well-Being This exercise will help increase concentration by using the breath as a focal point for meditation. It should take between 10-15 minutes depending on your natural pace of breathing. This is a great technique to use in the morning before you start your day, or during a break at work.  http://www.wakingtimes.com/2014/01/11/100-breaths-meditation-concentration-well/

100 Breaths Meditation for Concentration and Well-Being This exercise will help increase concentration by using the breath as a focal point for meditation. It should take between 10-15 minutes depending on your natural pace of breathing. This is a great technique to use in the morning before you start your day, or during a break at work. http://www.wakingtimes.com/2014/01/11/100-breaths-meditation-concentration-well/

How The Running Man is Our Reality

How The Running Man is Our Reality

Top 5 Ways to Practice Non-Conformity in the Matrix ~ Are you ready to practice non-conformity to help stop humanity's self-destruction? Here are some ideas of what you can do. WakingTimes.com

Top 5 Ways to Practice Non-Conformity in the Matrix ~ Are you ready to practice non-conformity to help stop humanity's self-destruction? Here are some ideas of what you can do. WakingTimes.com

The human spirit is far more powerful than any social engineering or brainwashing program. It is simply uncoonfinable to these spiritually debilitating prisons.

The human spirit is far more powerful than any social engineering or brainwashing program. It is simply uncoonfinable to these spiritually debilitating prisons.

Share on Facebook Share on TwitterAt 25, a friend introduced me to “Surfing Finnegans Wake,” in which a nasally man lectures for three hours, ostensibly off-the-cuff, on the psychedelic, boundary-dissolving experience of reading James Joyce. I remember thinking his voice sounded extra-terrestrial. It was Terence McKenna. Here’s a quote from the lecture, which will hopefully be blurbed

23 Things Terence McKenna Said Best, From DMT Sex To Telepathic Octopi

Share on Facebook Share on TwitterAt 25, a friend introduced me to “Surfing Finnegans Wake,” in which a nasally man lectures for three hours, ostensibly off-the-cuff, on the psychedelic, boundary-dissolving experience of reading James Joyce. I remember thinking his voice sounded extra-terrestrial. It was Terence McKenna. Here’s a quote from the lecture, which will hopefully be blurbed

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