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Yoga in Egypt

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The Bible talks about Egyptian priests as wise men who were able to perform magic, make themselves invisible, and cast spells by uttering incantations or mantras. Many ancient yogic scriptures describe similar accomplishments as a result of yoga practices.

The Long and Winding Road to Good Sex

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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.

Crop Circles, Jung, and the Archetypal Feminine

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We are being brought back down to earth by the zeitgeist that is upon us. As Jung says of neurosis, we can go where it’s taking us willingly and follow signs and dreams, or be dragged there unwillingly by symptoms and consequences.

Laevorotation at Boom 2012

Boom Dance Temple

Time dissolves during the weeklong gathering of Boom 2012 in the steppes near the Portuguese-Spanish border.

Amanda Charchian


Blurring boundaries, Charchian creates multimedia experiences that blend Pre-Raphaelite appreciation for the magical beauty of nature, with elements of psychedelic aesthetics, informed by the long tradition of esoteric art.

The New Science of Psychedelics

Artwork by Frank Alan Bella

My career as an interviewer, science writer, scientific researcher, and
science fiction author has been inseparably linked with my thirty-three
years of experimentation with psychedelic drugs and hallucinogenic

I Am… We Are… It Is: Burning Man’s Radical Vision


Burning Man’s founder explores how it can be a wild party on the one hand, and the most public-spirited city in America, on the other. The essential cause of this is the giving of gifts. A gift economy is founded on principles that are diametrically opposed to those that dominate our consumer culture.

Enlightenment is Physical: An Introduction to U. G. Krishnamurti

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The "near-death experience" that U.G. Krishnamurti had during a lecture in Madras in 1953 was to lead him up to the "final death" and awakening into the Natural State in 1967. It seems, the near-death experience is, almost as a rule, a necessary prelude to enlightenment.

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