Monthly Archives: January 2015

The Internal Feminine of Philip K. Dick

When he died in 1982, Philip K. Dick left about 2000 pages of manuscript, much of it hand written, laying around his house. Those pages were collected and edited into The Exegesis of Philip K. Dick which was finally published … Continue reading

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Gurdjieff’s 82 ”rules of life”

These are good general guidelines which I can recommend. Each needs to be adapted to the individual, but most are accurate spiritual suggestions. And each one could be a daily meditation. If you like Meetings with Remarkable Men, here’s Gurdjieff’ … Continue reading

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The Vinegar Tasters

Stephen Karcher asks us to imagine an ancient Chinese scroll painting in his introduction to Ta Chuan: The Great Treatise (2000). Here’s what he says, Three men are shown grouped around a large open cask where vinegar is fermented. They … Continue reading

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