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Tag Archives: Metaphysics
By Ervin Laszlo Source: Reality Sandwich The following is excerpted from The Intelligence of the Cosmos by Ervin Laszlo, published by Inner Traditions. What about mind? If the world is vibration, is also mind and consciousness a form of vibration? … Continue reading →
By Equanimous Rex Source: Modern Mythology “If men define situations as real, they are real in their consequences.” — The Thomas Theorem, formulated in 1928 by William Isaac Thomas and Dorothy Swaine Thomas The world of society appears a machine run off … Continue reading →
By Kingsley L. Dennis Source: Reality Sandwich God is alive, magic is afoot God is alive, magic is afoot God is afoot, magic is alive Alive is afoot, magic never died Leonard Cohen The sense of the sacred does not … Continue reading →
By Jeremy D. Johnson Source: Omni Michael Crichton wrote and directed Westworld for the big screen in 1973. That same decade, in 1976, an adjunct professor named Julian Jaynes made the bestseller list with a surprising title: The Origins of … Continue reading →
[Editor’s note: on this 34th anniversary of the death of Philip K. Dick, I’m sharing the 10th and final chapter of Patricia S. Warrick’s bibliographical retrospective “Mind in Motion” (1987). It’s a good reminder of what makes PKD’s work so … Continue reading →
Many interesting insights on the nature and power of music in a recent article posted at Montalk.net. Tom’s writings on his site are steeped in knowledge on physics, spirituality, and multidisciplinary research on a number of academic and esoteric fields of … Continue reading →