Book Recommendations

Here are some great book recommendations for anyone who’d like to learn about trauma’s effect on the psyche and how to heal or brainwash yourself

George Gurdjieff, the Greco-Armenian holistic philosopher

Remembering the mystic, George Gurdjieff (1866-1949), on the anniversary of his death. “Greco-Armenian holistic philosopher, thaumaturge, and teacher of Sacred Dances (whose ancillary personae as musicologist, therapist, hypnotist, raconteur, explorer, polyglot, and entrepreneur exercise the taxonomic mind). Gurdjieff’s work comprises one ballet, some 250 Sacred Dances, 200 piano pieces composed in collaboration with his pupil ThomasContinue reading “George Gurdjieff, the Greco-Armenian holistic philosopher”

Another Bookhaul!

Two book hauls in one #weekend! Only this one was topped off with some #oktoberfest craft beer from @revbrewchicago. I found these three #books at a local antique shop. They were a bit overpriced in general but these were well worth it. I stiluck with the classics, #ErnestHemingway and #raybradbury, and one modern female writer.Continue reading “Another Bookhaul!”

Reading Meme

In the highest civilization, the book is still the highest delight… right next to #coffee. What are you drinking/reading?   #Caffeine #AmReading #WritingCommunity #BookLover #Librarian #Coffeeshop #Read #Leer #leeresvivir #reading #readingroom #idratherbereading #readinglist #instaread #readingbooks #readingtime #instareading #readingforfun #readingcorner #readingnook #readingtime #readingaddict #readinglife #readingspot

Thursday Thoughts: Remote Viewing

From this explanation, it is obvious that remote viewing is related to so-called psi (also known as “psychic” or “parapsychological”) phenomena such as clairvoyance or telepathy. Whatever it is that seems to make it possible for human beings to do remote viewing is probably the same underlying ability that makes such things as clairvoyance work.Continue reading “Thursday Thoughts: Remote Viewing”

A Brief History on the Classical Canon of Arrangement: From Plato to Longinus

Every speech must be put together like a living creature, with a body of its own; it must be neither without head now without legs