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No Network Connection: Tears In Heaven

CLICK QUOTE LINK BELOW TO READ FULL ARTICLE! “We hope to explore and use space for more resources to promote human development.”   –Li Benzheng (Director, China’s Lunar Program)

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The Risk of Letting Go

You know it is cold outside when you blink a few times and the ice on your lashes locks your eyelids shut.  It is approximately -37 C (-33 F) here in Barnaul Siberia now, and I am thinking seriously about … Continue reading

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Tilting At Windmills: Gellasenheit and the Alchemy of Wonder

The legacy of the West is, as I have so often stated, a nearly maniacal pursuit to control external and internal reality, and to continuously enhance or extend that control whenever possible – environmentally, socially, politically, economically, psychologically. This has … Continue reading

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Being Beside Oneself, Sharing, and Shamanic Ecstasy

Click image to read article I have suggested on more than a few occasions that the boundaries of the self, which we take as a given today – boundaries that serve to delimit me as independent of the world I … Continue reading

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