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Astral Waves Collective

Astral Waves Collective

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Immerse your senses in the ethereal world of The Astral Waves Collective podcast. Journey through soothing soundscapes, where gentle melodies meet calming rhythms. Each episode takes you on a tranquil voyage, offering solace from the chaos of daily life. Let the music transport you to a realm of serenity Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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The Astral Dimensions

Vincent Field

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Join astral projection and lucid dreaming practitioner and adept Vincent Field as he shares his incredible and sometimes frightening experiences in higher dimensions of reality, attaining profound spiritual insights and encountering a wide variety of non-physical entities, including higher level spiritual beings, deceased relatives, aliens, the higher self, spirit guides, and more. Learn the techniques that he uses to reach and navigate these higher states of consciousness, and expand your o ...
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Music for Astral Travel

Absalon Radio CPH

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A mix of downtempo and ambient music aiming to elevate consciousness and free the human soul from the weight of the material world. A chance to experience a non-physical way of travel into the astral spheres of existence through a high frequency sound bath.
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Tales from the Astral Plane

Ethan rx

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Story’s of our lives, both real and fantasy. Everything is possible and everything is real here in the Astral Plane. I am your host Ethan D. Rx. Join my guests and I as we venture through the vast everything of the Astral Plane.
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Geister, Astralwesen, Fabeltiere und Sagengestalten Podcast

Sukadev Bretz - Weisheit und Spiritualität

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Einblicke in die Feinstoffwelt: Geister, Astralwesen, Feen, Elfen, Naturgeister, Sagengestalten, Fabelwesen - die Mythen der Völker sind voll davon. Hier bekommst du viele Infos über die Feinstoffwesen der verschiedensten Völker und Kulturen - und vielleicht sogar einen Einblick in eine faszinierende subtile Welt.
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Astral Harvest Podcast

Astral Harvest Podcast

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Welcome to the Astral Harvest Podcast! The podcast is the epitome of eclecticism featuring a series of interviews with individuals who are or have been involved with the festival in some way. Discussion topics include music production, spirituality, health, yoga, DJing, diet, art, poetry, shamanism, performance art and all things festival culture! As far as interviewees go, we like ‘em weird and brilliant, just like our Harvesters! Happy listening, folks!
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Olá. Você que está iniciando a jornada nos estudos espirituais e mesmo que já tenha uma base, esse curso lhe será muito importante. Aqui foram colocados com carinho conhecimentos e vivências sobre o mundo espiritual, dicas de autores sérios, de sites, de livros importantes e informações gerais sobre multi-dimensionalidade. O curso é voltado ao aprendizado de forma simples, com termos de fácil acesso, com o objetivo de levar conhecimento a quem precise, independente de credo, religião, posiçã ...
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I. A: I like Indian food. B: Oh, so you like a few bites of flavorless rice daily? Because India is a very poor country, and that’s a more realistic depiction of what the average Indian person eats. And India has poor food safety laws - do you like eating in unsanitary restaurants full of rats? And are you condoning Narendra Modi’s fascist policies…
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"Enchanted Stillness" envelops listeners in a serene sanctuary of tranquility. Nature's symphony orchestrates a tapestry of serene sounds—rustling leaves, flowing streams, and gentle bird songs. In this tranquil oasis, time stands still, inviting inner peace and reflection. Each moment resonates with the enchanting power of silence, fostering deep …
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Lee, one of the people I admire most, joins me to discuss Apocalypse Now. He has written about it extensively on his substack, through the lens of Nietzsche’s Birth of Tragedy, though we discuss the film from many other angles as well. A supplement essay for my perspective can be found on my substack, “War Is The Father Of Us All.”…
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I. Steve Kirsch is an inventor and businessman most famous for developing the optical mouse. More recently, he’s become an anti-COVID-vaccine activist. He has many different arguments on his Substack, of which one especially caught my eye: He got Pollfish, a reputable pollster, to ask questions about people’s COVID experiences, including whether th…
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I. Lately we’ve been discussing some of the ethics around genetics and embryo selection. One question that comes up in these debates is - are we claiming that some people are genetically inferior to other people? If we’re trying to select schizophrenia genes out of the population - even setting aside debates about whether this would work and whethe…
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Seven years ago, I wrote an online serial novel, Unsong, about alternate history American kabbalists. You can read the online version here. The online version isn’t going anywhere, but lots of people asked for a hard copy. I tried to get the book formally published, but various things went wrong and I procrastinated. Commenter Pycea finally saved m…
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I. Lyman Stone wrote an article Why Effective Altruism Is Bad. You know the story by now, let’s start with the first argument: The only cities where searches for EA-related terms are prevalent enough for Google to show it are in the Bay Area and Boston…We know the spatial distribution of effective altruist ideas. We can also get IRS data on charita…
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[I haven’t independently verified each link. On average, commenters will end up spotting evidence that around two or three of the links in each links post are wrong or misleading. I correct these as I see them, and will highlight important corrections later, but I can’t guarantee I will have caught them all by the time you read this.] https://www.a…
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There’s been renewed debate around Bryan Caplan’s The Case Against Education recently, so I want to discuss one way I think about this question. Education isn’t just about facts. But it’s partly about facts. Facts are easy to measure, and they’re a useful signpost for deeper understanding. If someone has never heard of Chaucer, Dickens, Melville, T…
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In my book review of The Others Within Us, I wrote: [An Internal Family Systems session] isn’t supposed to be just the therapist walking you through guided imagery, or you making up a story you tell yourself. The therapist asks you “Look inside until you find the part that’s sabotaging your relationship”, and you are supposed to discover - not inve…
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Internal Family Systems, the hot new psychotherapy, has a secret. “Hot new psychotherapy” might sound dismissive. It’s not. There’s always got to be one. The therapy that’s getting all the buzz, curing all the incurable patients, rocking those first few small studies. The therapy that was invented by a grizzled veteran therapist working with Patien…
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Embark on a journey into the realm of tranquil sounds and soothing melodies designed to induce a restful night's sleep. This episode delves into the therapeutic effects of ambient music on the mind and body. Explore the intricate relationship between sound and sleep, highlighting the ability of carefully curated ambient compositions to lull listene…
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It's time to narrow the 150 entries in the Book Review Contest to about a dozen finalists. I can't read 150 reviews alone, so I need your help. You'll find the entries in six Google Docs (thanks to a reader for collating them): A - D E - I L - P R - S Th - The N The O - Y Please pick as many as you have time for, read them, and rate them using this…
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Suffering is part of the human condition, except when it isn't. I met a man at an ACX meetup once who claimed he has never felt anxiety, not even the littlest bit. His father was the same way, so maybe it's genetic. Some people feel more pain than others. The “more pain” category includes some big demographic groups like redheads, who seem to feel …
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If you’re from a country that doesn’t have emotional support animals, here’s how it works. Sometimes places ban or restrict animals. For example, an apartment building might not allow dogs. Or an airline might charge you money to transport your cat. But the law requires them to allow service animals, for example guide dogs for the blind. A newer la…
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California’s state senate is considering SB1047, a bill to regulate AI. Since OpenAI, Anthropic, Google, and Meta are all in California, this would affect most of the industry. If the California state senate passed a bill saying that the sky was blue, I would start considering whether it might be green, or colorless, or maybe not exist at all. And …
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Darryl Cooper joins me to discuss the archetypical significance of UFO's and AI as a "living myth" of the modern era. Are they real? Will AI replace humanity, as so many predict? Or are aliens and AI two different manifestations of the same Archetype for the technological age? To hear more from this podcast and get bonus content, including essays a…
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Original post here. Table Of Contents: 1: Response From The Author 2: Attempted Fact Checks 3: People With Personal Experience At Their Workplace 4: People With Personal Experience In Civil Rights 5: The Origins Of Modern Wokeness 6: Other Countries 7: EEOC Lawsuits 8: Other Good Comments 9: Conclusions And Updates https://www.astralcodexten.com/p/…
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