Johns Hopkins University School of Medicines has just published a new study on psychoactive effects of psilocybin. Read here to learn more.
Last week I spoke with Joseph Chilton Pearce, an author who has had a big influence not only on my work, but on the way I have raised my children. A World War Two veteran, he could be considered one of the elders of the human potential movement. "We have an absolutely unlimited possibility within us, and an equal amount of self-imposed limitations. For every possibility, we have a self-imposed limitation."
A culture based upon an abstract, disconnected
conception of space is re-shaping our world for the worse. A
parallel reality is replacing the living one. Architects have been commissioned to
destroy historic buildings and urban spaces worldwide. Such interventions are
praised by their promoters but are disastrous for the urban fabric.
While England and the other European nations saw exploitation as the natural scheme of things, America’s founders had a more enlightened understanding of how to thrive without exploiting or being exploited. What if each nation had a mission for maximizing happiness in the world, in its own unique way?