Cambridge researchers study the effects of ketamine on sheep. Their findings explore what happens to the brain during a K-hole.
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This article can only hope to provide a partial and incomplete introduction to the complex situation on the ground at the Fukushima Daichi plant and some context for the relative risks of the crisis there.
Why do we tend to guru-ize the shaman? How do we reconcile our fantasies of what
the shaman should be with what is often a very different reality? In this conversation, Stephan Beyer, Stanley Krippner, and
Hillary S. Webb discuss the Western world's
intellectual and spiritual fascination with shamanic practices.
There is a slow shift in our view of the nature of
consciousness. It's occurring in incremental stages, its main
bulk still writhing below the surface of frothing rhetoric and opinionated
debate, but a Newsweek cover story on a Near Death Experience marks an important change in the public discussion.
Together, we’re learning that instead of waiting for politicians and corporations to fix the system, it’s possible to create a better one of our own, right under their noses. If you’re ready to connect with people who can help you save money, pursue your passions, and reduce waste, here's a quick-start guide to your sharing experience.