The worship of nature may unite us more than anything else and allow us to overcome doctrinal discrepancies that are relatively unimportant if considered from the perspective of human culture as a whole.
Rather than just enhancing current human thinking skills, is the neurosingularity (the idea that future human brains will surpass ours of today) also likely to increase the kinds and number of our brain-based information systems? How might psychedelics contribute?
Judging from the number of books and YouTube videos now available on the subject, out-of-body experiences (OOBEs) seem to be enjoying a contemporary revival, and there is surely no hobby more ontologically controversial.
Meditation is proved to not only bring harmony and happiness to people’s lives, but also to have some practical advantages. Numerous researches showed the connection between meditation and the progress in studies.
Who has the right to rule on what ideas you may and may not consider? Who has the right to regulate how you chose to use your mind? Not the Congress of the United States, not the Drug Enforcement Administration, not the National Institute of Drug Abuse.
We are responding to an unprecedented flow of information that is catalyzing a restructuring of our inner psychological states as well as our external social structures. A new awareness in human consciousness is being birthed: an Akashic consciousness.
Several years ago Peter and Maya Elson founded the Radical Mycology project and eventually wrote a booklet entitled Radical Mycology. Today Peter talked to me about some of his most recent ideas including his forthcoming book, “Radical Mycology.”