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What once was only found on the black market has now made its way into boardrooms. The professionalization of cannabis has created new trends in marketing.
Trump's counterfactualism may not be spin, but at narcissistically disordered personality in cognitive decline desperately trying to maintain its ego self-image.
The only time altered states are typically news that we’d notice or remember comes in the form of cautionary tales—morality plays about hubris, pride, excess or lust. Sex scandals and Cults. Overdoses. Ecstasy gone wrong.
Semaya, the newly released video from the Musichuk Recording Label, artfully weaves startling and extremely rare images of the Kataragama tribe in southern Sri Lanka alongside electronic music that is matched carefully to the ceremonial tenor.
The market for medicinal cannabis was estimated to be $1.7 billion in 2011. Like health food and hip-hop, cannabis was going corporate. As a wave of newbies began to challenge the old guard, movement veterans recalled the days before Proposition 215. "A lot of people want to cash in but they don't have an appreciation of what it took to get here. They don't know the history."
The Allen Ginsberg Estate is about to re-release in dowloadable format the most comprehensive audio collection the poet ever produced. Volumes have been written about Ginsberg's poetry, but nothing substantial has been written about the songs. Why not? Because poetry is "literature" subject to "literary criticism," and music is not?
The personal and planetary mirror each other. The connection is more than mere analogy: the kind of work that we force ourselves to do is precisely the kind of work that despoils the planet. We don't really want to do it to our bodies; we don't really want to do it to the world.
As the rate of cancer spikes among TSA officers who work near the full-body scanners at the Boston Logan Airport, union reps are alarmed at having been misinformed regarding the safety of these machines. 
Alan Shoemaker is the founder of the Amazonian Shaman Conference held in Iquitos, Peru each year. He runs a company that specializes in ayahuasca tourism. Here he talks about the spiritual tourist boom, his founding of the ayahuasca church Soga del Alma, and the global ayahuasca community.
Alan Shoemaker is the founder of the Amazonian Shaman Conference held in Iquitos, Peru each year. He runs a company that specializes in ayahuasca tourism. Here he talks about the spiritual tourist boom, his founding of the ayahuasca church Soga del Alma, and the global ayahuasca community.

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