Since it is becoming overwhelmingly apparent that our world is in a deep set of crises largely created by humanity, it would be logical to think that it is the time to walk out of these failing systems, and walk onto systems that do work.
These personal accounts capture life at Zuccotti Park, as experienced by a young Civil Rights attorney and mother who arrived at the Occupy Wall Street protests a skeptic, but who was quickly pulled in by the excitement of witnessing a new movement being birthed.
seek to experience our primal/cosmic natures, the imagined solution may only be compounding
the problem. If the (ab)use of entheogens
were decimating our own individual "biospheres" and preventing us from having
full access to our faculties, this would exactly mirror the ways in which our
disconnection from the environment has affected the Earth's biosphere.
The Wall St. Journal published a vicious hit piece on Burning Man, Entheon Village, and myself. Here is my response.