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    The Akashic Mandalas of Wendy Sheridan are a Perfect Blend of Art and Soul

    Chicago-area artist Wendy Sheridan crafts powerful tools of personal transformation with her visionary Akashic Mandalas. The Akashic Mandalas of Wendy Sheridan are the perfect convergence of artwork and soulwork. A post shared by Wendy Sheridan (@akashicmandala) on Apr 7, 2016 at 10:29am PDT Wendy receives each mandala by accessing her clients’ Akashic records, which she explains are “the energetic imprint of your ...

    On April 18, 2017 / By
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    Why the Las Vegas Population is Turning to Medical Marijuana

    The people of Las Vegas, by their very nature are pretty open minded. Open to taking on new ideas and less attached to preconceptions, and this is why they are becoming happier and healthier through the use of medical marijuana. There has long been research suggesting that cannabis has health benefits –  in fact there is evidence dating back to ancient times. ...

    On April 10, 2017 / By
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    WATCH: Björk Premieres the Full-Length Version of Her Virtual Reality Experience, Notget

    Björk first premiered her aesthetic/auditory immersive experience, Notget, at Iceland Airwaves festival in Reykjavik in November 2016, and has recently released a full version of the song/video. This dream-like fantasy is set in an underwater world, where Björk plays a dark, yet ethereal, avatar of what appears to be an interdimensional “mermaid” of sorts. This video was directed by photographers and filmmakers ...

    On April 3, 2017 / By
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    Doctors Gave Boy 3 Days to Live, Then His Mom Secretly Gave Him Cannabis

    Both anecdotal evidence and clinical research are beginning to show the promise of cannabis in treating a variety of health issues. According to one family in the U.K., cannabis helped a dying teenage boy recover fully from complications from leukemia. The family recently appeared on the British talk show, This Morning, to discuss their experience. Callie Blackwell’s son Deryn had been fighting ...

    On March 31, 2017 / By
  • Culture

    Dolphins get High by Chewing on Pufferfish (and Passing Them Around)

    Yet another awesome discovery about dolphins show that they get recreationally high by seeking out pufferfish, catching them in their mouths and swimming around with them. The pufferfish, when in trouble, balloons and discharges a neurotoxic chemical. In small doses, the chemical can kill, but in the small doses absorbed by the dolphins, it just gets them high as hell. via GIPHY ...

    On March 27, 2017 / By
  • Imagination

    The 3 Phases of DMT: A Detailed Guide to Dimethyltryptamine, The Spirit Molecule

    Featured art “9 States of Consciousness” by Eddie Calz From blasting off through a dark tunnel to encounters with the divine, Dimethyltryptamine (DMT) has been notorious for sending its users into otherworldly places and experiences. Let’s start with a basic question. What is DMT? DMT is a naturally produced chemical compound found in an array of mammals and plant life. In humans, ...

    On March 26, 2017 / By
  • Culture

    The Tibetan Book of the Dead: A Traveler’s Guide to Other Worlds

    Article by Mark Mirabello, Ph.D. In fabled Tibet, the land of Diamond Vehicle Buddhism, the trek of the deceased is described in a religious classic called the Bardo Thodol or Liberation by Hearing in the After-Death Plane. In the words of British Orientalist Sir John Woodroffe (1865–1936), the book is a “traveler’s guide to other worlds.” Written in the eighth century CE by ...

    On March 24, 2017 / By
  • Culture

    Cannabis Becomes More Potent Over Time

    There is no denying the fact that marijuana has evolved over the last few decades, and its potency higher than ever before. Over the last decade (in particular) we have seen a surprising shift towards a series of more liberal and cannabis friendly policies, and as a result cannabis has become more popular. Moreover the fact that the global market is continuing ...

    On March 23, 2017 / By
  • Imagination

    These 22 Questions Posed on Tumblr Might Actually Make Your Brain Explode

    “I think, therefore I am.” – René Descartes Armchair philosophy is a type of amateur philosophy that arises from casual discussions, often elevated (and/or heightened) when in altered states. These discussions need not occur among people in actual armchairs, and in the digital age – the conversations may even be inspired by a simple question or meme. The list below of 22 low-brow ...

    On March 21, 2017 / By
  • Film

    These Controversial Documentaries Are Unlike Anything You’ve Ever Seen

    Jon Ronson is a gonzo-style journalist, author, documentary filmmaker and radio presenter who is best known for his investigations of controversial fringe subject matter in the realm of politics and science. After going down a Ronson rabbit-hole, we’ve discovered some highly entertaining documentaries that have a very special type of irony, and a unique humor all their own. Below is a list of Ronson ...

    On March 20, 2017 / By