A tribute to Alan Watts

There’s an odd word in Welsh, Hiraeth, that means  missing someone you’ve never met It’s funny how often I feel it when I think of you fingers lightly brushing the leaves of overgrown thickets in Kent, while the War raged Salt spray mingling with your beard as you watch seagulls and crabs knocking on doors in the oldest of dances I can hear your voice … Continue reading A tribute to Alan Watts

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The Los-Angelization of Love

The now-famous counterculture mystic Alan Watts has a funny phrase he uses to describe the kind of insincere, plastic progress we see popping up everywhere in display homes, shopping center refurbishments, “reality” television and so on. He calls this process the “Los-Angelization” of the world, referring of course to the excessive and desire-oriented urbanization of the American city of Los Angeles. I feel that we … Continue reading The Los-Angelization of Love

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Revolution of the arts – Alchemica!

  And man, recognizing himself as atone with his source, rested in himself, and gave mind its proper place as listener and set desire to the ends that gave his body health and provided rich gardens for his consciousness to wander in and set his body to the task of building for his fellows warm places to rest, plentiful gardens of food, and quiet, still … Continue reading Revolution of the arts – Alchemica!

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Ground of Being

Shall we put forth the view that experience itself, that is, subjective phenomena, is ontological primary? In other words, experience is in and of itself reality, the ground of all things; and when we speak of absolutes, objective phenomena, things and events independent of observers, we are eating the menu instead of the meal. These are classical, Newtonian ideas, and bear more resemblance ontological to … Continue reading Ground of Being

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Look deeper With Your Mind, Not Your Eyes.

-Introduction: Today’s lesson is designed to give you access to a larger portion of your consciousness you likely never knew you had. Modern science claims at least 96% of the universe is completely invisible to our perception. We don’t know what this 96% is but we’ve deduced mathematically, according to our current cosmic models that it has to be there in order for the universe … Continue reading Look deeper With Your Mind, Not Your Eyes.

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