TAG: philosophy

The Only Way Out Is In

Zen Gardner – External reality got you down? Pretty well destabilized and confused? 

The Winning Hand

Elva Thompson – The most merciful thing in the world, I think, is the inability of the human mind to correlate all its contents.

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How Art Changes Consciousness

Jacob Devany – You might be surprised at what scientific research says about how art effects the brain.

Self-inflicted Philosophy: The Power of Discovering Your Own Path

Gary ‘Z’ McGee, Staff Writer Waking Times “If the path before you is clear, you’re probably on someone else’s.” –Joseph Campbell All of us were raised with a particular worldview. Some of us may have even been conditioned and/or brainwashed into believing a certain way. Either way, none of us had control of our preconditioning. We

Fear of Death Means a Partially-lived Life

OSHO Waking Times Often the fear of death comes up, intense and strong, and the fear of having to leave all this beauty, this friendship and love. How is it possible to relax in this certainty of death? First, it is possible to relax only when death is a certainty. Relaxing is difficult when things

And We Call Ourselves Civilized

Isabelle Gravenstein, Guest Waking Times Human beings have got the most amazing capacity to fool themselves, whilst appearing to exercise great intelligence and achievements. It is none more obvious then when we call ourselves civilised. Firstly, what benchmark do we use to know that we are civilised and that that bunch of people over there is not?

What is Freedom?

Konstantin Eriksen, Guest Writer Waking Times  Today I’d like to talk about a subject that I’ve been thinking about for many years and to share my current thinking on the topic: What is freedom? The reality is that no matter how much I thought about the meaning of freedom and how much I read about it,

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