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Paradigm shift

If you're on this website, you are most probably already aware of the global awakening that is taking place. We are finding ourselves in a very peculiar moment in human history, a period which will be decisive for the future of our species and bio system.
When we came down from the trees we had to work together to survive and this pushed the limits of our communication. Language became our strongest evolutionary tool that we used throughout history to give ourselves comfort and create civilization.
Evolution is now calling us again to unite and reinforce our communication even further. We have developed all the skills, knowledge and technologies that we require in order to create a world of peace and balance for all forms of life. The clock is ticking away and we either have to embrace our responsibility or we'll have to face dramatic social and ecological consequences.
People are opening their eyes to the realities of all the aspects of our existence – our oppressive economies, segregated societies and the massive destruction of our own habitat. We need to rethink the base of our activities and this can only be possible if people from all the corners of the world join hands and find the solution together.

An addicted species - History is a process of metamorphosis

Terence Mckenna - A species addicted - History is a process of metamorphosis EtherealExposition

Mckenna discusses the materialist consumer culture we find ourselves in, the human condition as a whole, the potential role psychedelics may play in catalyzing the human imagination to help us escape the addictive mentality, and shares his outlook for where we are heading.

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  • ThePiecesFit

    He is truly amazing indeed !

    He might not be with us now, but he changed history. And we're the generation that will accomplish his work!

    I recommend the book "True Hallucinations", if you haven't read it yet. It's a story about their first journey deep in the Amazon.

    ThePiecesFit Wednesday, 02 October 2013 19:14 Comment Link
  • anthony carrion

    ive read food of the gods and have listened to a few of mckenna's speeches, lectures whatever you would like to call it but this one is new to me and it brought tears to my eyes. not just because he nails every point but because i never got to meet this man and the fact the a genius in his own rite was lost to us.

    anthony carrion Sunday, 29 September 2013 14:42 Comment Link

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