Countless factors can mitigate against self-observation in Western society. Charles Tart, Ph.D., noted psychologist and author of Waking Up, suggests we begin by learning to focus on seemingly trivial details such as bodily sensations.
Day: April 7, 2014
My first meditation experience happened in New York City at a Zen Center in 1998. I had lost my mother about two years prior and I was still deeply sad and totally confused about what happens when we die. I wasn’t satisfied with the explanation that “we g…
It was an early fall morning in the Pacific Northwest when a tiny rainforest frog presented me with a profound lesson.
A cursory view of video game history demonstrates the pervasive historical and real world applications of shamanism and sorcery that lie latent in many popular titles masquerading as mere fiction.
A short extract where I discuss aspects of connectivity, communication, and consciousness. Also, the interrelation between the global, local, and the self.