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Tuesday May 22, 2018

The “rise and fall” framework informing Jessica Grogan’s book Encountering America leaves much to be desired, not least because it imposes onto history an imaginary moral economy, one that equates moderation with virtue and radicalism with vice. 90 more words

In Memoriam: Terence McKenna (April 3, 2000) - Excerpts from Esalen 1999 in 'Green Egg' Magazine

Eighteen years ago today, April 3, 2000, Terence McKenna passed on as a result of a rare brain tumor. In it’s May/June issue of that year, the pagan-oriented magazine… 284 more words

So, what’d you do with Pam?

“Joy is the most infallible sign of the existence of God.”— Longtime note on Stephen Colbert’s computer

Someone on Facebook asked if any of my books discuss how I became a student of A Course in Miracles. 912 more words

Jay Ogilvy

Michael Murphy is co-founder of Esalen Institute and author as well as being An Actual Man; himself the decentralizing central focus of a festschrift compiled by Jay Ogilvy. 860 more words
Track II Diplomacy

Road Trip Day 3: Esalen

Excerpt from my journal chronicling a roadtrip from 1 month ago

I woke up in the backseat of my car, feeling pretty crappy. It’s still dark out. 579 more words


SF locations abound in Emerson Mysteries...

Richard “don’t call me Dick” Emerson, SF Missing Persons Detective, is on the case!

Locations in Book One include: The Palace Hotel, Pied Piper Bar, Esalen and Tadich Grill. 19 more words

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