In this lecture Terence unfolds an ocean of ideas, a metaphor for the psychedelic dimension you are sailing out onto to cast the net of the human imagination to retrieve novel ideas out of the chaos.
This is a three and a half hour documentary for every McKenna lover.
This is a 10 hour weekend workshop given by Terence McKenna in Boulder, Colorado May 29-31, 1992.
Terence’s way of exposing culture as our operating system conveys the idea just perfectly. It’s not as determined as you might think.
I feel like there’s a shortage of Terence McKenna here. He opened a huge door into new realisations for me and I’m so grateful for that.
This video from 1998 is one of the last interviews before Terence passed away in April 2000.
This talk is great and Terence is in a particularly good mood. Enjoy.
Every time I return to Terence McKenna I am amazed once more. Hours of listening just fly by.
McKenna’s offers far-sighted perspectives on the cyber punk culture and virtual reality. I miss this kind of utopian thinking these days. Where are we heading for with our technology? What could be a positive ultimate goal of it?
The first video is a catchy excerpt of a long lecture by Terence McKenna. To me it seems like it serves as a battle call, the manifesto of the limitless beings we all are.
I never resonated with someones’s ideas so instantly on such a deep level. Terence truly opened up a worm hole into many new things for me. Such as this blog if you look at it from a broader point of view.
Dennis McKenna shared a life’s devotion to psychedelics with his better known brother. And he wrote a book about it.
A trialogue on chaos and the world soul, featuring Terence McKenna, Rupert Sheldrake, Ralph Abraham – three brilliant minds sharing their views on life and the structure of reality.
To me the main characteristics that constitute the human condition are plasticity and the tendency to repeat.
If you think you are a spiritual energetic being then you will heal yourself by merely realizing what you truly are. Shamans are your helpers on this path.
Ben Tolman’s ink drawings reflect the fact that there is a subtle world we only perceive in non-ordinary states of consciousness.
Language and all forms of image making are very insufficient means of representation. But the urge to try is strong.
To me these pictures present a futuristic vision rather than a look back at our savage ancestors.
I had an experience that still resonates and vibrates deep within me. If I can keep just a mere afterglow alive, I will be a changed man.