Author: Dr. Alberto Villoldo

2019 Jan 15 —The Practice of Indigenous Alchemy

The Practice of Indigenous Alchemy is the fourth lesson in The Way of the Sage, the last of The Four Insights—wisdom teachings long protected by secret societies of Earthkeepers. The Laika are keen observers of nature. They take notice of how the beehive and the anthill behave like...

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2019 Jan 01 —Advanced Neocortical Thinking

Synesthesia, which is the ability to blend senses, is one of the many faculties of the neocortex. Artists and musicians possess this quality, which enables them to see a V of flying geese at a distance, imagine the sound of their flapping wings, then set...

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2018 Dec 25 —The Practice of No-mind

The Practice of No-Mind is the third lesson in The Way of the Sage.  When the mind starts to busy itself crafting a story about how we’ve been wronged, or daydreaming about what our lives could be like if we could only find the right person or...

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From an engineering standpoint, stress can be defined as the amount of resistance a material offers to being reshaped and reformed. When you place a load on a steel beam, the beam resists, keeping the building from collapsing. If the load is great enough, the...

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