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Douglas Rushkoff – Team Human – book excerpt – Spirituality

Modernity is not particularly conducive to awe. We are painfully disconnected from the larger cycles of day, night, moon, and season, making it harder for us to witness or identify with the inspiring renewal all around us. Spirituality has become less of a state of being than yet another goal to attain in the future. […]

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William Irwin Thompson – The Arc and Evolution of an Iconic Thinker’s Career

“I go way back” says William. Thompson first encountered Yogananda when he was in high school in the 50s, which got him interested in planetary thinking. In this interview, Thompson recounts meeting famous gurus, exploring the counter culture, teaching at M.I.T., leaving academia, running programs in NYC, and more. Check out more by William Irwin […]

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Colin Wilson Philosophy: The High and the Low

In this video, Colin Wilson, philosopher known for “optimistic existentialism” shares his personal struggle in dealing with states of panic and depression. His attempt to cope with these difficult experiences has led him to explore states of extreme lucidity and self-control. Please comment and share with your philosophy-oriented friends! If you like Colin Wilson, check […]

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Manly P. Hall – Diversification of Activities as a Secret of Mental Health

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