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Phanerothyme' Psychedelic Information Center Cambridge, Mass. All rights reserved. Used by the Council on Spiritual Practices with permission of the author. The Embodiment Foundation Ken Wilber Kenneth Earl "Ken" Wilber II (born January 31, 1949, in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma) is an American writer and public speaker. He has written and lectured about mysticism, philosophy, ecology, and developmental psychology. His work formulates what he calls Integral Theory.[1] In 1998 he founded the Integral Institute.[2] Biography[edit] Wilber was born in 1949 in Oklahoma City. Agama Yoga; First Level Intensive Course Classes Our most popular offering over the years has been the First Level Intensive Course, an excellent introduction to Hatha Yoga, Kriya Yoga, Kundalini Yoga, Laya Yoga, and Tantra Yoga. It also includes theory and practice on techniques from Raja Yoga, Karma Yoga, Jnana Yoga, Nidra Yoga, and Bhakti Yoga, thus constituting a genuine example of "Integral Yoga" (as defined by Sri Aurobindo). Information and explanatory lectures are given on a variety of related topics such as: diet in Yoga, healing through natural methods, purification and cleansing techniques, Ayurveda, yin/yang balancing, relaxation, physiology and psychology in Yoga, mastery and transmutation of the sexual energy, Eastern philosophy, mental concentration, the use of music in Yoga, and meditation, to name but a few. Additionally, Swami Vivekananda and the senior teachers are available for consultation, questions, and to offer personal guidance and counseling.

Entheogens in the Vajrayana Tradition Warning: datura is an extremely powerful and dangerous hallucinogen. In addition to the dangers inherent in severe hallucinosis, the plant is quite toxic. There have been reports of coma and death resulting from this toxicity.The broad definition of entheogen used here is: "plants or substances capable of producing visionary experiences which are used for magico-religious or psychospiritual purposes." The use of entheogens in the Vajrayana tradition has been documented by such scholars as Ronald M Davidson, William George Stablein, Bulcsu Siklos, David B. Gray, Benoytosh Bhattacharyya, Shashibhusan Das Gupta, Francesca Fremantle, Shinichi Tsuda, David Gordon White, Rene de Nebesky-Wojkowitz, James Francis Hartzell, Edward Todd Fenner, Ian Baker, Dr. Pasang Yonten Arya and numerous others.

The Official Website for the Amazing new book by Dr. Joe Vitale and Dr. Ihaleakala Hew Len, titled "Zero Limits." Instituto Esalen Big Sur bajo la niebla de junio. El Instituto Esalen es un centro en Big Sur, California, Estados Unidos, para la educación alternativa de corte humanismo y una organización sin fines de lucro dedicada a estudios interdisciplinarios que son generalmente desatendidos o desfavorecidos por el establecimiento académico tradicional. Esalen ofrece más de 500 talleres públicos al año, además de conferencias, programas de trabajo-estudio, iniciativas de investigación y programas de internado. What Is Process Work? Archive - Amy and Arnold Mindell Process work or “pw” (often called “process oriented psychology” or “POP” in Europe and Asia) is a multicultural, multi-leveled awareness practice including people and their natural environment. Process work is an evolving, trans-disciplinary approach supporting individuals, relationships and organizations to discover themselves. PW uses awareness to track “real” and “imaginary” psychological and physical processes that illuminate and possibly resolve inner, relationship, team, and world issues. Process Work theories and methods are available for anyone to experience, and can be tested. There are three levels of focus which incorporate just about every possible experience of reality:

Soma among the Armenians, Ethnobotany, Anthropology, Armenian Mythology, Vahagn, Mithra, Mushrooms, Amanita, Iranian Mythology by Robert Bedrosian Download in zip format; pdf format soma.pdf Footnotes Page opens in separate window. [1] Soma was a god, a plant, and an intoxicating beverage. It is referenced in some 120 of 1028 verses of the Indian Rig Veda (mid second millenium B.C.).

Mindfullness Chile 2.0: fuerte debate sobre innovación * ¿Alguien sabe dónde encontrar la versión digital on line del libro sobre las tecnologías TiC en Chile: Chile 2.0? Parece que no hay tal. Lo busqué en los portales de la Fundación Chile y ni una noticia. Ars Electronica Ars Electronica Futurelab focuses on the future at the nexus of art, technology and society. We consider our works as sketches of possible future scenarios in art-based, experimental forms. In this way, we are aiming at developing contributions through methods and strategies of applied science, the results of which reveal new knowledge and experiences of societal relevance in art and science.

Watch Newspapers - TELLURIDE MUSROOM FESTIVAL 2011 Psychoactive Mushrooms and Spiritual Consciousness TELLURIDE MUSROOM FESTIVAL 2011Psychoactive Mushrooms and Spiritual Consciousness AMANITA MUSCARIA – Found in forests throughout the region, contains a neurotoxin that causes the effects of inebriation, derangement of the senses, manic behavior, delirium, and deathlike sleep. (Photo by Brett Schreckengost) slideshow