Category Archives: Health

Your Life Is Not Limited To One Path

By Joe Martino Source: Collective Evolution It is no secret that life can sometimes feel like a limited paved road laid out before us that we feel the need to stick to. Look at how we are brought up. Most … Continue reading

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The Doors of Perception: Why Americans Will Believe Almost Anything

By Tim O’Shea Source: Information Clearing House Aldous Huxley’s inspired 1954 essay detailed the vivid, mind-expanding, multisensory insights of his mescaline adventures. By altering his brain chemistry with natural psychotropics, Huxley tapped into a rich and fluid world of shimmering, … Continue reading

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Essential Taoist Wisdom for Living in Politically Charged and Chaotic Times

By Dylan Charles Source: Waking Times There’s an old saying, rumored to be an ancient Chinese curse, but it’s been a favorite in the West for some time now. “May you live in interesting times.”  Political figures like to use … Continue reading

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National (In)Security In the United States of Inequality

By Rajan Menon Source: Unz Review So effectively has the Beltway establishment captured the concept of national security that, for most of us, it automatically conjures up images of terrorist groups, cyber warriors, or “rogue states.” To ward off such … Continue reading

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4 SIGNS WE LIVE IN A PROFOUNDLY SICK SOCIETY

By Gary Z McGee Source: Waking Times “It is no measure of health to be well adjusted to a profoundly sick society.” ~Jiddu Krishnamurti What makes our society so sick? How do we know for sure that our society is … Continue reading

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Building a Cooperative Economy

By Oliver Sylvester-Bradley Source: Resilience In permaculture terms the economy sometimes feels like a segregated monoculture planted with terminator seeds, sprayed with patented pesticides on venture capital backed farms designed to maximise profits in an unsustainable market place full of … Continue reading

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OUR NEW, HAPPY LIFE? THE IDEOLOGY OF DEVELOPMENT

By Charles Eisenstein Source: Waking Times In George Orwell’s 1984, there is a moment when the Party announces an “increase” in the chocolate ration – from thirty grams to twenty. No one except for the protagonist, Winston, seems to notice that … Continue reading

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Big Pharma and the Rise of Gangster Capitalism

By Charles Hugh Smith Source: Of Two Minds $8 per vial in competing developed-world nations and $38,892 in the U.S. That says it all. Thanks to decades of gangster films, we all know how gangster capitalism works: the cost of “protection” goes up … Continue reading

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