This book cogently explains the ancient wisdom(mostly Chinese medicine) now backed up by modern science. Anyone over 40 would greatly benefit from these integrative techniques for ongoing wellness. Sleep, diet, supplements, meditation, mushrooms, CBD, healthy stressors, fasting, movement, mindset, community, yoga...it's all here!
Was the birth of Christianity midwifed by a group of Greek-speaking Italian mystics/witches and their spiked eucharist, the ritual potion (psychedelic beer) of the original mystery cult that spawned civilization? This 'pagan continuity hypothesis' with a psychedelic twist is now backed up by biochemistry and agrochemistry and tons of historical research, exposing our forgotten history.
Conversation is the best tool we have to bridge the divide between factions and tribes, to shape the best possible future of civilization. And some
of the most important conversations occurring today are between Harris and his cadre of guests on the Making Sense podcast. Very deep dives into challenging issues.
This is some of the sharpest and most hilarious writing I've read on any subject. Damon Young shares his unique perspective on the black male experience, exploring the prickliest of topics with brutal insights and embarrassing honesty, yet always finding the humor amid the darkness. Young is my new favorite author.
Fans of Gaiman's sprawling, multifaceted mythological masterpiece, here is your next rabbit hole, full of extra bits including the author's preferred text and commentary, story and explanatory notes, and a god atlas to keep track of the dizzying array deities.
To read a Chiang collection is to engage with humanity's greatest mysteries, both timeless and new, as reflected through the themes and motifs of science fiction. A mind-blowing collection of visionary tales for armchair philosophers and sci-fi fans alike.
The vastness of Ken Liu's imagination is staggering and only outstripped by his ability to infuse science fiction with such intelligence, compassion, and heart. A powerful collection of tales from a writer with a rare gift.
Underclass wage-workers ricochet through Pink's dark, minimalist stories, negotiating vicissitudes depressing and bleak, depicted in a cascade of sharp, tight one-liners, absurdly humorous and crushing but with Pink's poetic charm and grace. Here is your new cult-favorite author, the voice of the new writing underground.
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Diana Cowper plans her own funeral, then ends up strangled in her apartment the same afternoon. Thus begins this ingenious meta-mystery, a twisty labyrinth of whodunits that brilliantly blurs the line between fiction and reality as the author himself is drawn into the plot which he cannot control. Clever, witty, irresistible fun.