The death of 19 year-old Henry Miller raises an important conversation about ayahuasca tourism. Vice talks to RS contributing editor Robert Tindall about the ayahuasca experience and how to avoid falling victim to “crappy” shamans.
I threw a big party where I told everyone to bring seven
dollars in one-dollar bills. We stamped
the bills with the word, Satisfied? On the day after Thanksgiving, we took this huge bag of money and climbed to the top of a phone booth in the biggest shopping district in NYC, took out the money in big
fistfuls, and tossed it out into the crowd.
Go to the window and look out at your street. Imagine the
alternatives to what you're seeing; where did the materials out there come from,
how could the ecology that created them and the people who made them be treated
better? How could the resources you're seeing be used more positively? Are you really
getting the most out of your time here?
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The Maya respect for time depicts each person as a biological individual or member of a legacy and as an element of time cycles. A person is not only a singular or individual sequential occurrence in a historical time line but an eternal protagonist embedded and participating in recurring events in vast cycles of time as well.