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The TED Saga Continues on the Sheldrake and Hancock Debates (and TEDxWestHollywood)

I’ve been following the latest TED saga since Day One. (See my post here, here, here, my EPIC thread on Facebook, and my posts on TED Conversations.) Readers of this blog and my Facebook friends are probably tired and nauseated by the attention I’ve given on this issue. I think it’s unfortunate that this issue didn’t catch the attention […]

TEDxWhitechapel Calls Out TED to Reinstate Sheldrake and Hancock’s Talks

I’ve been following the latest TED shenanigan since Day One. It gets more interesting day by day. See my post here and here. After almost a week since TED “censored” Rupert Sheldrake and Graham Hancock’s TEDx talks, the organizers of the TEDxWhitechapel finally responded to its parent organization with a very eloquent Open Letter. It’s […]

OccuPIE @ Occupy Seattle

Me and my little one stopped by downtown on Sunday afternoon to drop off some pizza as a token of our support for the people participating in Occupy Seattle. For more than a couple of weeks now I’ve been expressing my support for Occupy Wall Street in New York. But my support was only expressed […]

Response to Brad Warner’s Annoyed Reaction to Ken Wilber’s Brain Waves

As I’ve obviously stated in the title of the this blog post, this is a response to Brad Warner’s article published on Suicide Girls blog. In that article he compared Ken Wilber stopping-his-brain-waves video to the art of street juggling. Since I’m the unnamed “Facebook friend” and “commenter” Brad referred to who posted the video […]

#BGeeks11 – Monkeys in Mid-Swing

Day 3 of the Buddhist Geeks Conference 2011 started with an #openpractice with Ken McLeod. Ken guided us with an expansive/contractive awareness meditation technique. It was a good sit. If done correctly the technique will lead the practitioner to perceive the expansive and contractive flow of sensory experience. I’ve just added this awareness technique to my […]