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A panel discussion from the authors for the new Archai Journal: The Journal of Archetypal Cosmology, vol. #5: Saturn and the Theoretical Foundations of an Emerging Discipline. Filmed in Namaste Hall at the California Institute of Integral Studies, July 7th, 2016.
Seoul resumed loudspeaker broadcasts into North Korea on Friday in response to Pyongyang’s recent nuclear test. The broadcasts included criticism of Kim Jong Un as well as recent South Korean hit songs. Photo: AP Subscribe to the WSJ channel here: http://bit.ly/14Q81Xy More from the Wall Street Journal: Visit WSJ.com: http://www.wsj.com Follow WSJ on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/wsjvideo Follow WSJ on Google+: https://plus.google.com/+wsj/posts Follow WSJ on Twitter: https://twitter.com/WSJvideo Follow WSJ on Instagram: http://instagram.com/wsj Follow WSJ on Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/wsj/
ERIE presents: The Ghost in the Machine? Examining Change Mechanisms in Psychedelic Assisted Psychotherapy with Andrew Penn for ERIE's 4th Annual Entheo-Health and Wellness Forum, December 4th, 2016 in San Francisco. Recent clinical studies into the use of psychedelics for the treatment of conditions such as PTSD, depression, substance dependencies, and anxiety at the end of life are beginning to confirm something that native cultures have known for - that these powerful compounds have the potential to heal. Traditionally, the psychedelic healing process has historically been described as a kind of hero's journey, and it is through this process that these changes take place. Contemporary neuroscience seeks to understand mechanisms of action of drugs and the changes that take place in the...
POV fishing Catching a few Channel Cats in Shore Fishing Lake Erie on Sandusky Bay in Port Clinton Ohio. I was using night crawlers on the bottom with a 1 ounce weight. I did catch a few white bass that I used for cut bait to go after the big boys at night.
Located about an hour drive (and 20-minute boat ride) west of Downtown Cleveland, Kelleys Island is the largest American island in Lake Erie. Remnants of the island's past can be seen throughout, as the entire island is on the National Register of Historic Sites. Visitors can tour the island by bicycle, golf cart, or stroll through historic neighborhoods and view restored architectural styles, scenic treasures and natural wonders. For more information on Kelleys Island and other attractions in Cleveland Plus, visit http://www.positivelycleveland.com
Most commonly explored by foot, bike, golf cart and/or kayak, Kelleys Island, Ohio’s largest island, is full of adventure for all ages. It has 600 acres of state park lands, 17 miles of coastline, beautiful wildflowers, nature trails, a fossil-filled quarry and wetlands admired by nature-lovers and outdoor enthusiasts alike. There is also a popular downtown district that offers shopping and entertainment, as well as dining and drinking establishments with signature menu items and specials. A lakefront campground and sandy beach attract the most visitors in summer, while spring birding and fall monarch butterfly migrations are popular seasonal events. Having a high concentration of historic homes and buildings has earned Kelleys Island a spot on the National Register of Historic Places; h...
This is a poem that I wrote after driving west along the New York State Thruway in Central New York, looking out at the Mohawk River. It first appeared in the Birmingham Arts Journal, Winter 2017. Thank you to poetry editor Irene Latham. http://www.birminghamartsjournal.com/ http://www.irenelatham.com/poetry.html
LET'S GET THIS VIDEO TO 10,000+ LIKES! Please. :) Hi everyone! It's time for Wreck This Journal #11, where I decorate pages for your entertainment / inspiration. In this edition, fidget spinners paint a beautiful, ink blot art piece. Painting with a fidget spinner is a fun activity that kids, teens, & adults will enjoy. Also, learn how to paint an abstract peacock feather with acrylic paint - and some Prismacolor pencils for extra detail. Wreck This Journal fingerprints / handprints can have a sophisticated look using the techniques I showed. Finally, watch me do some drawing on a boat (on the book page that is). I drew a sailboat doodle on some waves, but unfortunately I became seasick from the motion of Lake Erie. 👍Thumbs up if you want to see more Wreck This Journal videos here on SoC...
This is music that accompanies the book called Dawn by Phil Elverum, published by Buenaventura Press in late 2008. The book comes with a CD of this album, plus photos, many pages of words, fancy binding, etc. Purchase the music here: https://pwelverumandsun.bandcamp.com/album/dawn Buy a copy of the book here: http://www.pwelverumandsun.com/store Subscribe to my ever expanding music collection here: http://bit.ly/2nYDYl5
So I have some gameplay of Erie for you guys today! Thought it was about time I saw what all the fuss was about! So this obviously includes my reactions facecam too! So you can share in my delight at discovering what awaits me down in that lab, or whatever it is!
Lake Erie College President Brian D. Posler discusses the school's rich heritage. By: David Glasier - David S. Glasier is the regional reporter, feature writer and sports reporter for The News-Herald and Lorain Morning Journal. Lives in Eastlake, OH with his wife, Marcia and their four-legged housemates. Love to play golf, cook and and work in the gardens Published on: September 22, 2016 Source: http://www.tout.com/m/ud4jpj
Stephan V. Beyer, Phd, JD presents On the Transmission of Ayahuasca at ERIE's Cross-Cultural Entheogenic Practices, Jan. 12, 2014 at CIIS in San Francisco For more info visit: www.erievision.org Stephan V. Beyer, Ph.D., J.D. - On the Transmission of Ayahuasca We will take a look at the transmission of ayahuasca from the Upper Amazon to North America as an issue in ethnomedicine -- that is, the way in which ayahuasca has been assimilated to popular alternative medicine on the one hand and to biomedicine on the other, both of them in contrast with the cultural context and use of ayahuasca in the Upper Amazon -- and the questions this cross-cultural transmission and translation raise with regard to the processes of decontextualization, appropriation, commercialization, and medicalization. We...