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Hacking Consciousness: A Review by William T. Hathaway

This new Stanford video series investigates consciousness as the source of not only the human mind but also of all energy and matter. Consciousness is seen as the essence of the universe, a unified field which gives rise to and pervades all manifest phenomena. Five scientists from different disciplines describe how we can contact this field and use it to improve our lives. The series, designed by Michael Heinrich, is now available free on YouTube. The intellectual background of the series is a fascinating conflict affecting all of us that is now going on in science and philosophy, centering...

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Marrow Creative by Kelsey Campion

“I have always seen the world through the eyes of a lens, I just haven’t always been aware of it. I think in moments, flashbacks, and memories and am intrigued by stories untold.”  When I was 13 I knew I either wanted to go into a creative field (fashion design was my first choice) or psychology (thanks to frequent visits to mom’s late-night work as a nurse in the ER). Coming from a practical and results-oriented family I chose the more linear path, psychology. Strangely enough, 13 was also the age I first picked up a film camera. The...

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Alchemy Stones: A creative journey through Nature, Sacred Geometry, Mysticism and Art by Peter Messerschmidt

I started drawing patterns when I was very small, maybe five or six years old. I was fascinated by the world around me, and especially by the numerous natural patterns in the world around me: the centers of flowers, a butterfly’s wing, snowflakes under a magnifying glass. My earliest doodles were simple; as I aged they grew more complex. I found further inspiration not only in nature, but from one of my favorite toys: The Spirograph. Other kids drew houses, people and dogs—I drew patterns. By the time I was thirteen, the drawings had become fairly complex. I would...

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