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Lost and Lonely in Cataclysmic Mystery

An excerpt from Tony Vigorito’s third novel, “Love and Other Pranks”: “Merlin was certain he’d met the female version of himself, and he was in love, baby, in love like a fool in fretless free fall off a blackfoot daisy–bedazzled cliff, and my is that breeze refreshing! Sure, he was now an accessory to grand larceny, but that was nothing compared to this infraction.”

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Not All Who Wander Are Lost

An excerpt from Tony Vigorito’s third novel, “Love and Other Pranks,” described by bestselling novelist and countercultural icon Tom Robbins as “the single wildest novel I’ve ever read.”

A Practical Approach to Meditation

My first meditation experience happened in New York City at a Zen Center in 1998. I had lost my mother about two years prior and I was still deeply sad and totally confused about what happens when we die. I wasn’t satisfied with the explanation that “we g…

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Manifesting in Meat Space

The next time you get angry about the evils of the system, notice
how good it feels. That feeling wants destruction, conflict and brutality as goods unto
themselves. Understand that the best practice is the cultivation of your
own consciousness.


Integration isn’t Everything

We're told
that without integrating spiritual
insights into our daily lives, even the greatest of peak experiences is just a narcissistic thrill. We say true spirituality, and certainly
Jewish spirituality, is about being in the world. But I think we integrate too quickly, and use
this language to avoid making the changes that true spirituality would
demand of us.

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Pablo Amaringo: Ayahuasca Visions

[RS Portfolio] • A gallery of never-before-published paintings by the renowned artist, with an essay about how he became a master painter of visions by Dennis McKenna. 


The Interwebs: Electronic Insanity and Mental Environmentalism

New technologies, particularly new communication technologies, have a
naturally occurring rewiring effect on thought and behavior. The Internet and the
psychosocial dysfunctions that accompany it seem to have crept
up on us all like a psych-brain virus with a decade-long
incubation cycle.