Terence McKenna Land media/McKenna streaming audio and video Rupert Sheldrake hosts many excellent realaudio streams including Trialogues at the Edge of the MilleniumPart I and Part II led by Terence (1.5 hours each) The Trip Receptacles : MP3 clips from all-psychedelic, all-entheogen radio, transmitted via KPFA in Berkeley with Stanislav Grof, Alexander (Sasha) Shulgin, Timothy Leary, Terence McKenna, Albert Hoffman, Rick Strassman, Fritjof Capra, Andrew Weil, D.M. Turner and many others. Several rare video clips at Global Webtrance. Let Talk With Terence! Hyperspace, the Gaian supermind, global rave telepathy, and more inRe-Evolution. Ordinary Language, Visible Language, and Virtual Reality.Excerpts from A Weekend with Terence McKenna parts ONE and TWO. The monstrously vast Camden Centre Talk. Abrupt TranscriptionsLive at Wetlands PreserveNew York City, July 28, 1998 - Realaudio stream or downloadLive at The LighthouseNew York City, April 23, 1997Live at St.
Jason Silva Twitter.com/JasonSilva || Facebook.com/JASONLSILVA Contact me: Info(at)ThisIsJasonSilva(dot)com "A Timothy Leary of the Viral Video Age" was how The Atlantic described television personality, media artist, filmmaker and techno-philosopher Jason Silva, who has also been described as "part Timothy Leary, part Ray Kurzweil, and part Neo from 'The Matrix.'... The TED Conference called Jason a "Performance Philosopher", others have called Silva 'The new Carl Sagan' for his poetic, impassioned and inspirational take on scientific and technological advancements, his riveting on-stage delivery style, and his hyper-enthusiastic insights on creativity, innovation, technology, philosophy and the human condition. His non-commercial series of short videos, aptly named 'shots of philosophical espresso', explore the co-evolution of humans and technology and have gone viral with over 2 million views and "play like movie trailers for ideas," according to The Atlantic. Follow on twitter: @JasonSilva
Metaphysics Colleges, Metaphysical University, Spiritual Enlightenment 7 Extraordinary Books You Need to Read to Become Ecoliterate Complex networks and their unpredictable nature are rapidly transforming the world around us. The challenge is to learn to live with life, because we are embedded in it. We are systems, nested within systems, nested within systems. Luckily, great minds have seen this ‘crisis of perception’ coming and they have shared their thoughts with us. Thoughts that are inspiring, sometimes shaking the ground beneath our feet and sometimes giving us hope-filled vistas on the future. Thoughts that connect the dots and show us an endlessly complex system, called life, continuously emerging in ever more complex forms. What is Ecoliteracy? An ecoliterate is someone who has learned (to some degree, in some way) that human life is embedded within larger ecosystems that provide the conditions for it to develop. The (aspiring) ecoliterate could, in my opinion, come a long way in creating his own understanding of living systems, by reading these 7 classic books. 1. 2. A brilliant and important book. 3. 4.
The Study Society - Talks and downloads This page contains a variety of material for you to listen to or read. Contact Magazine You can view recent issues of the magazine online:Contact Magazine issue 62, Autumn 2013Contact Magazine issue 61, Summer 2013Contact Magazine issue 60, Spring 2013Contact Magazine issue 59, Autumn 2012Contact Magazine issue 58, Summer 2012Contact Magazine issue 57, Spring 2012Contact Magazine issue 55, Summer 2011Contact Magazine issue 54, Spring 2011Contact Magazine issue 53, Autumn 2010 Open Sunday Meeting Ruth White & Narain Ishaya: ‘Sweet are the uses of adversity’ ‘Every cloud has a silver lining’: Often we are so focused on what we want to happen we miss the lessons and blessings found in what is happening. Ruth White is a teacher of Iyengar Yoga who has developed a unique style of teaching that unites pupil and teacher in an atmosphere of happiness and well-being. Narain Ishaya was born in England in 1969. 2 March 2014 Ruth White, 121 minutes. Narain Ishaya, 71 minutes. Listen to talk Dr B. Dr B.
Rupert Sheldrake at EU 2013—"Science Set Free" (Parts 1 & 2) Part 1 of a talk by Rupert Sheldrake at the conference ELECTRIC UNIVERSE 2013: The Tipping Point, in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Many scientists like to think that science already understands the ways of the natural world. The fundamental questions are answered, leaving only the details to be filled in. The impressive achievements of science seemed to support this confident attitude. But recent research has revealed unexpected problems at the heart of physics, cosmology, biology, medicine and psychology. Dr. Part 2 of a talk by Rupert Sheldrake at the conference ELECTRIC UNIVERSE 2013: The Tipping Point, in Albuquerque, New Mexico: SEE PART 2: The Ten Dogmas Of Modern Science. Are Minds Confined to Brains? chapter 9 Animal psi Rupert Sheldrake. Change the Morphic Field…Change the World! DNA and Planetary Upliftment. Esu Speaks on Change and Creating Reality. see:
Rupert Sheldrake Online - Homepage Peter Sloterdijk in English [updated July 2013] | Te Ipu Pakore: The Broken Vessel Peter Sloterdijk (b.1947) is the coming man in philosophical anthropology (or rather, on the comeback after his first brush with fame in the 80s) — though his work is translated more often in French and Spanish than in English. His Sisyphean Spheres trilogy (1998, 1999, 2004), a decade in the making and as yet untranslated in English, seems to have prevented his work becoming more broadly known in the Anglo world. This has begun to change over the past year, as his hyperbolic philosophy has returned parabolically, as it were, his motifs of anthropo-technology, spherology and atmoterrorism having found their moment in this time of genetics, globalization and global warming. (Note that some of these texts are subscription only — I include these for my own reference and for those who have institutional access to journals.) Texts already translated into English (in chronological order) Critique of Cynical Reason, trans. Thinker on Stage: Nietzsche’s Materialism, trans. “Analytic Terror.
Philosophy of the Acrobat: On Peter Sloterdijk | 5 Mind-Blowing Books That Are Worth The Struggle To Read Books are obstacle courses for the mind. By confronting us with paradigm shifting ideas they challenge us to stretch our capacity for understanding. And when we succeed, they will open up a world which we couldn’t see before. And then, in this unfamiliar world, we find ourselves having new thoughts and breaking new rules, using new magic and exploring new possibilities. And finally we must come to the conclusion, when we absorb ideas too big for our former selves, we change and we grow and burst like a butterfly out of our old shells that don’t serve us no more. Inhale the essence of these books and feel yourself brimming with vitality! You Must Change Your Life – Peter Sloterdijk In this dazzling display of historic inquiry Sloterdijk delves deep into our human tendency to experience ‘vertical tension’ – the call to outgrow oneself and leave behind our old deficient selves. Darwin’s Pharmacy: Sex, Plants, and the Evolution of the Noösphere – Richard M. Original photo by Andrea Fiore