Alan Watts’ book The Way Of Zen is a classic. Here are a few bits of wisdom I’ve already picked up from reading his book:
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In this video via CrowRising, Sol Luckman, the author of Potentiate Your DNA, is interviewed by Sean Maguire. Sol describes his journey to overcome a strange illness which emerged after taking a series of vaccines recommended for international travel.
Today, psychedelics are making a comeback in “serious” scientific circles for their medical and therapeutic properties. Recently the FDA has declared psychedelics such as MDMA and psilocybin as breakthrough therapies. Many medical professionals have begun calling for legalization of psychedelics for many of the same reasons that cannabis has begun to be legalized across the world.
Safety is something we can all relate to. Nobody wants to feel “unsafe”. At the…
This video from Julian Polzin is a highly concise summary about how to invest in higher energy relationships and how to enter master consciousness. It is part of his Coming Into Mastery Series VII which I highly recommend.
The DNA double helix molecule conforms to the Golden Ratio. The Golden Ratio (also known as the Golden Section) is a mathematical ratio commonly found in nature. It occurs when a line is divided into two parts. The longer part (a) divided by the smaller part (b) is equal to the sum of (a) + (b) divided by (a), which equals 1.618.
Hindus believe that a blocked pineal gland leads to: Uncertainty, Confusion, Jealousy, Cynicism, and Pessimism. But when the third eye is open, we experience more: Clarity, Intuition, Empathy, Focus, and Decisiveness.
An aspiration is a belief that there is something “out there” that we do not yet “have” but which we “need” to make us happy. An aspiration can cause us to feel dissatisfied about who we are right now, because we haven’t achieved this or that. An inspiration is different – it makes us feel good right now in this moment. An inspiration is not something we don’t have, it is something we already had, or are in the process of having.
In light of what is now a dazzling array of both real and fake news, real and fake science, real and fake Facebook friends, real and fake Internet trolls, real and fake people, real and fake pharmaceutical drugs, real and fake food, real and fake TV, we must re-calibrate what information we use to make decisions, and what we use to determine the “truth”.