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Why I Broke Up with the Anarchist Community

Five years ago, I stopped doing work in the anarchist community because it wasn't meeting my needs. If my anarchist community refused to grow up, that didn't mean I had to do the same. But I never stopped considering myself an anarchist.

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Hallucinogenic Frogs and Toads

Frogs and toads provide more than just musical ambiance to an evening in the country or cute characters in books for children. These amphibious creatures’ life cycles require specialized survival mechanisms to ensure the proliferation of their wiggly progeny. The poisonous secretions of frogs and toads is of interest to psychedelic researchers and psychonauts alike. …

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The Long and Winding Road to Good Sex

Over the years, my sexuality has changed and changed and changed again. Sometimes it does get weird, in a delightful way. When I greet sex with openness and acceptance, the possibilities are endless.

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Be Love Now: A Visit with Ram Dass

I vividly remember the intensity and significance of our
first meeting.  He would often do
an exercise with new students that involved sitting across from one another,
eyeball to eyeball, with the instruction, "Anything that comes into your
mind that you don't want to share with me, share with me." 

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There Were Giants Upon the Earth

How did Mankind happen to be on this planet, and whose genetic code do we
carry? The first book of the Bible describes the presence on Earth of space travelers and interplanetary settlers who came from their troubled
planet to Earth in need of gold, and ended up fashioning The Adam in their
image. 

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Kurtz in Birkenstocks

[Pilgrimage to Nowhere] • After five days at the Thai meditation retreat, I had yet to find a proper teacher. When I met Roger, I launched into a capsule version of my checkered spiritual past, the eclectic influences; my suspicion of organized religion. As best as I could, I described the harrowing quality of those early mystical experiences. "It was as if I had died," I told him. "You did die," he said with a big smile.