Margaret Pereira I think people are mostly busily geared to pursuing material goals, but also I think they find it too difficult to use such imagination or become connected to environmental or other external forces. Perhaps that's part of being a secular society but perhaps also part of being lulled into passivity by materialism.2 minutes ago · LikeJennifer Frances Armstrong I don't know. I was brought up in Africa, and spent the first fifteen years of my life there. Consequently, I found it very hard to adjust to Western materialism or Western individualism or a very narrow kind of rationality that excludes the imagination.A few seconds ago · LikeJennifer Frances Armstrong That's why I write, in my memoir, "I was born into the womb level of consciousness and I never left it."A few seconds ago · Like
30 Nov 2012
Born in the womb and not leaving it
The parallel between traditional shamanism and the psychology of shamanism that I have elucidated should be obvious. The following text de...
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