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Visiting another world

BREAKING BAD was one of the best series ever to appear on television.

This is my favorite scene.

It’s Jesse Pinkman taking his first dose of heroin. 162 more words

The Odd Pot

Discos colombianos 2017 #Discoscolombianos2017

Este año presento una serie de discos colombianos de 2017 no tan variado como en años anteriores. En su mayoría son bandas desconocidas y con estilos al límite, es así como se encontrarán principalmente bandas de Metal y de Hardcore (Punk), es decir, ningún disco completo de otros géneros; tampoco hay EPs. 1,299 more words

Listas De Música

Withholding Judgment

Withholding Judgment

By Alisa Battaglia

“Our morality in our actions can give beauty and dignity to our lives.”
~ Albert Einstein

Last weekend I participated in a shamanic ritual guided by Jorge Herreros trained by Maestro Don Solon Tello of N. 570 more words

The Journey Begins

Quite literally it feels like my journey begins here. Not metaphorically – but literally. In a way, this is a blog that’s been in the making for years. 503 more words

The Brutal Mirror

When I finally puked on the fourth night, I felt an odd sense of pride.

Inside the loud, stuffy ceremony room, people were laughing, crying, chanting, gyrating, and, yes, vomiting, around me. 4,940 more words

He Quit Smoking Without Even Wanting To!?

ANOTHER ONE! I don’t believe it. YES I do. Dmn it haha..

It must be atleast the 3rd time I hear a story like that, no 4 times! 69 more words

Journal Of The Truth About Things

Education as a solid foundation for plant-based medicinal work

As much as I progressed in the light of the plant-based medicinal work in the past couple of beautiful and very beneficial years, I think it would be an act of immature, if not perpetual ignorance to deny the dark side of the Ayahuasca boom and the growing dangers of the unregulated world of psychedelic tourism and, the role and impact of foreign visitors training themselves to be shamans, where the lack of understanding of the cultural frames and the substance we now gladly expose ourselves to is widely ignored or simply unstudied.  477 more words