- This is a personal blog, partly inspired by The Basket of Tolerance - a collection of books and other media representing humankind's common wisdom inheritance. Also inspired by The Mummery Book and Not-Two Is Peace.
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- The importance of courtesy, hospitality, and other small details
- Sacred ritual, empty ritual, and satanic ritual – a comparative study
- C.S. Lewis on friendship, purpose, and male culture
- J. Krishnamurti, Theosophy, and the fabrication of the new age movement
- Alcohol & drugs as poison or medicine: comments by Chögyam Trungpa
- How mind (control) works: perception is shaped by assumption
Tag Archives: health
Yesterday I realized I’ve been putting stuff in my body that isn’t good for it, and not putting in stuff that is. The difference this makes on my energy and clarity seems significant. As far as “good stuff”, my teacher … Continue reading
Does meditation have health benefits? Yes, says Swami Sivananda, who served as a medical doctor for 10 years before becoming a yogi. (Talking about meditating in order to achieve benefits may seem inappropriate to Buddhists or non-dualists. But for others … Continue reading
Having had some personal experience with mercury, I’m not sure ingesting it, chewing on it, or injecting it into ourselves is a good idea. And yet we earthlings seem to love doing those very things: When patients tell me “Doctor, … Continue reading
I often hear about pills, creams, therapies, exercise systems, and special drinks that will smooth my wrinkles, take away my health problems, and give me the vitality to play basketball like Kobe Bryant. Probably many of these things work, but … Continue reading
In 1917 researcher Max Freedom Long went to Hawai’i, where he learned about native methods of healing and magic. He reported that Hawaiian medicine men and women (a.k.a. kahunas) could heal people with just their hands and thoughts: “The kahunas first … Continue reading
My teacher recommends doing a simple chi gong practice 10-20 minutes each day to aid health & well-being. I often neglect to do it, but reading the following passage made me rethink this. What follows is a description of how … Continue reading
Many people feel anxious these days, what with economic uncertainties, earthquakes and hurricanes, the constant threat of layoffs, the rapid evacuation of manufacturing and high-tech jobs overseas, difficulty finding customers for our goods and services, threats of terrorism or the … Continue reading