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“This experience has been described by shamans down through the millennia…”: Becoming the Greater Self

“…when one is reversing that trance state … indeed, right now, for you, this might be occurring … and this message is the equivalent of the red pill for you … one goes through a shock, as the crutch of … Continue reading

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“Just give up!”: “…in order to realize and reconnect again with your Self, you must surrender your frantic ‘trying to figure it out.’”

The Process of Becoming the Real Self: What It’s Really Like: “…in order to realize and reconnect again with your Self, you must surrender your frantic “trying to figure it out.” You must stop believing in the demons that you have … Continue reading

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The Beginning of Change

The Beginning of Change by Debbie Condon [This is a review of the book Apocalypse NO: Apocalypse or Earth Rebirth and the Emerging Perinatal Unconscious] Reading Apocalypse No is the answer to all of the questions I’ve had about what … Continue reading

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Hard to Believe, But We’re Getting Saner: What’s Involved in Stopping War and Ecocide and the Necessary Mess of Transformation

The Cycle of All Events, the Evolution of Parenting, and Auspicious Collective Regressions: Being Crazy in an Insane World Might Mean You’re the Sane One Chapter Nine: Regressions in the Service of Society — Messy Healing There Is a Cycle … Continue reading

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Ego Weak Mystics and Shamans: A Supremely Defended Ego Is the Aim of Modern "Sanitized" Spirituality … the "Holy Fools" of Mystical History Would Be Medicated Today

High Self Esteem (Positive Thinking) Distorts Reality for Temporary Pleasantness … High Self Regard Involves Openness to the Unpleasant: Stormy Path to Self, Part Three Ego-Weak Mystics and Shamans In a more recent work, John White (1990) continues Ken Wilber’s … Continue reading

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Why There Is Less Violence but More Depression…. And What’s Good About That: Psychology of Generations —The Changing of the Generational Guard

Consciousness Evolution from the WWII to the Millennial Generations: A Hierarchy of Healing, a Global Healing Crisis, and the Unseen Revolution Wounded Deer and Centaurs, Chapter Fourteen: Psychological History of Today’s Generations and Changing of the Guard Healing Crisis Means … Continue reading

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Always Are We Helping You — Ritual As Shadow Experience, Part Eight: “Don’t Despair. There Are Others Doing It With You, and We’re Here, Too”

Sins of the Father and Cosmic Encouragement: What Real and Unritualized Spiritual Experience Looks Like — “But Always Are We Here Helping.” I wish now to provide another example of real, unritualized spiritual experience … this time from my own … Continue reading

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