By contracting new relationships with others, with Nature, and with ourselves, we can build a new complex of entanglements and thought-forms that are fused with post-wetiko, post-capitalist values.
The effort to define alchemy to everyone’s satisfaction may well be impossible. On one hand, alchemy needs to be defined in a way that encapsulates the living breadth and depth of the world’s alchemical traditions. On the other hand, such a definition must also be internally consistent with the many specific, historically contingent (and at times contradictory) expressions of alchemy.
Everyone craves an enlarged perception of themselves and the world, a deeper emotional connection to their
own hearts and to the hearts of others, a wilder capacity for joy—yet we have almost no societally sanctioned space for this endeavor.
While mainstream press venues, government officials, and TV talking heads speculate hopelessly about the "why" of mass killings, one factor linking hundreds of cases of bizarre violence is repeatedly overlooked. One source, however, has connected the dots. This story needs to go viral. Now.
find the others” at NYC’s 1st ever “Permaculture Festival” at the Old
Stone House, in Park Slope. Permaculture veteran, Claudia Joseph, will be our
host for the day as we learn new skills for healing the earth and
ourselves, eat delicious food, connect with others and celebrate the fall
In the last few decades, Western therapists have rediscovered the healing
potential of breath and developed techniques that utilize it. Deliberate increase of the pace of breathing
typically loosens psychological defenses and leads to a release and
emergence of unconscious (and superconscious) material.