Like the vine itself, The Ayahuasca Sessions works on a heart-chakra based, conversational level approach, honed in on the lived experience of the medicine path.
Nikola Tesla wrote of ether “filling all space merely by spinning motion, as a whirl of water in a calm lake” which, through motion, becomes matter. Could it be possible that what are often called “scalars” in science may actually be coupled spinning pranic whirlpools composed of spiraling vectors, like kundalini, and that this awe inspiring movement has not been adequately characterized?
Reality Sandwich Retreat Talks & Workshop Descriptions
Better Religion Through Science and Art with Alex Grey
This week on Souldish check out RS contributor Adam Elenbaas’s discussion about his newly released book, Fishers of Men: The Gospel of An Ayahuasca Vision Quest, CoSM’s Honoring the Divine Feminine and the Visionary Tattoo Arts Festival in Asbury Park, NJ.
From Roland Emmerich's "quiche" people — a mispronunciation of "K'iche'" that sounds like an item on a brunch menu — to Mel Gibson's blood-thirsty savages, Hollywood contributes to a centuries-old tradition of misrepresenting indigenous peoples and their myths.
I sincerely doubt there will be any peak moment of terrestrial catastrophe in connection with the passing of 13 pik (December 21, 2012). Yet I still feel compelled to scream out a warning. The natural world bestowed upon us by infinitely complex processes of creation, in many very real ways, is actually ending.
Although there seems to be evidence emerging for an essentially constant and unconscious psychic awareness in all people, there seems to be little indication that the desire to buy a specific product can be psychically "planted" in one's unconscious mind. The bad news is that in principal such "psiverts" are completely feasible and resemble much of the work that has occurred in parapsychology over the years.