Every Act a Ceremony

In a ceremony, everything matters and we attend to every detail. As we approach ecological healing with a ceremonial mind, more and more becomes visible for our attention.

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Animal Reactions to Crop Circles

What made a Rottweiler rushing ahead of its owner into a crop circle suddenly stop dead, roll over, and fall asleep just before it reached a terrified woman sitting meditating in the center?

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Stanislaw Ignacy Witkiewicz (Witkacy) on Taking Peyote

Long before Carlos Castaneda and Aldous Huxley there was … Stanislaw Ignacy Witkiewicz (Witkacy). In 1928, the avant-garde playwright, novelist, dramatist, painter, philosopher and psychedelic pioneer wrote one of the first literary descriptions of a Peyote trip.

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Wisdom of the Maya: Perceptions of Time

The Maya respect for time depicts each person as a biological individual or member of a legacy and as an element of time cycles. A person is not only a singular or individual sequential occurrence in a historical time line but an eternal protagonist embedded and participating in recurring events in vast cycles of time as well.

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Hey Woke Folk: You May Not be as Awake as You Think

PC/Woke culture has pathologized into an over-correction of valid past abuses of various groups, and now has become a set of blinders, a template that encourages shadow projection on to some groups while practicing shadow denial with other groups.

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Nature Loves to Hide: An Interview with Paul S. McDonald

In this interview for Reality Sandwich Prof. McDonald reflects on the differences between the concepts of daimons and.demons, including how and why demons replaced daimons in the popular imagination, the importance of Jung to historians of alchemy, prehistoric stone circles, Hegel as a Hermeticist, Stephanos of Alexandria, and much more.

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