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The Complex of Life Synchronicity and Human Perception

Brainsturbator

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Alchemy for the Braindamaged VII: A Symbolic Order

“Identity Is Always Accompanied by Violence” — Marshall McLuhan on Globalism and Tribalism

Gödel\’s Incompleteness Theorem

 Miskatonic University Press

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Incoherent Quantum Meta-Language and Schizophrenia

Paola Zizzi

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We are not meant to be well-balanced, sober servants of collective values…

Everything Matters: Beyond Meds

We are not meant to be well-balanced, sober servants of collective values. We are not meant to be sane, safe or similar. We are, each of us, meant to be different. A proper course of therapy does not make us better adjusted; it makes us more eccentric, a unique individual who serves a larger project than that of the ego or the collective norms.

The shape and character of our vocation [which means, calling in Latin] may change at different developmental stages. We have not just one life, but many lives to live, and in the course of however long we are privileged to live, many tasks, many vocations.

Personality, or personhood as Jung might define it, is not found in adjustment to external expectations, but in serving one’s calling in the context of our environment. This may bring one to an individual experience of being ‘misjudged, derided, tortured, and crucified.’

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What do parapsychology and cognitive politics have in common?

Washington Times Communities

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» Music, Meditation, and the Skull as a Sound Chamber

 The Teeming Brain

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How To See The Future

Warren Ellis

The future is now.

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Who needs to be Enlightened?

craigholliday

MonkIt occurred to me when I was quite young that I must know what Enlightenment was. From deep within this aspiration arose. It was a totally irrational and impersonal impulse toward freedom. This type of deep yearning for Truth, for Freedom can come from no other place. Enlightenment, in the end, takes everything from our ego, it is a total stripping down of the narcissistic self. No ego could ever want this, to want this, would be wanting one’s own death.

But what I found somewhere along the way, was that my ego also, wanted freedom, because it thought that there was something to be gained. I thought enlightenment meant to be free from suffering and that I would finally get to rest. As I inquired more and more into this, I saw that this is what the ego wants; to rest, and that this was a very innocent…

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