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Beware the opioid epidemic
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Stay on the right side of the law.
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It's the high that heals!
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Turn on and drop out
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We are all connected somewhere in alternity
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an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Their advice will help people of all ages modify their lifestyles to remain healthy and active in their later years. This fun, easy-to-read book outlines common-sense ways to remain healthy.

Tips include taking power naps, immunizing yourself, doing breathing exercises to increase relaxation, maintaining friendships, taking an aspirin every other day, stretching in the morning, honoring personal traditions and keeping your sex life healthy.

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This up-to-the-minute manual clearly explains the technical side of drug testing as well as how workers can exercise their legal rights to decline tests or dispute results.
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Pass the Test: A Guide for Employees
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Job burnout is something that doesn't go away - especially in a chaotic economy. It is a kind of job depression caused by feelings of powerlessness - loss of control over one's work. The effect is devastating. The victim dreads going to work. Productivity falls and life becomes hell. Burnout is stressful, but it is not caused by stress. Going on a vacation provides relief until the vacation is over and one must return to the job. OVERCOMING JOB BURNOUT describes how burnout can take hold and how to turn it around. Docpotter offers 8 proven strategies for increasing personal power and renewing enthusiasm for working. Book is filled with practical advice that the reader can implement immediately.
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Overcoming Job Burnout: How to Renew Enthusiasm for Work
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This revised and updated edition of the classic Cultivators Handbook of Marijuana had complete information on growing marijuana indoors and out. Full of examples, fantastic illustrations and horticultural knowledge. Drake is a leading authority on marijuana cultivation. His book Cultivators Handbook of Marijuana includes information on the marijuana plant, marijuana and land, working with young plants, marijuana and light, harvesting and curing, making a good plant better, cultivation of psychoactive tobacco, and cultivation awareness.
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Cultivator's Handbook of Marijuana
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"Cooking with Cannabis" includes everything from soup to nuts. The epicurean marijuana enthusiast combines altered consciousness with good taste. Includes tasty recipes for boiling, baking, sauteeing, jellying, frying and seasoning psychoactive main courses, desserts and snacks. This hard to obtain cult classic is once again available.
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Cooking with Cannabis: The Most Effective Methods of Preparing Food and Drink with Marijuana, Hashish, and Hash Oil Third E
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This collection of essays describes the psychological journey Timothy Leary made in the years following his dismissal from Harvard, as his psychedelic research moved from the scientific to the religious arena. The book discusses the nature of religious experience and the eight crafts of God, including God as hedonistic artist. Leary also examines the Tibetan, Buddhist and Taoist experiences.
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Your Brain Is God
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Worry smarter and reclaim the joy in your life

Do you lie awake at night agonizing over things that could happen? Do you automatically expect the worst? Have you worried obsessively about things only to have everything turn out okay? Instead of worrying yourself sick, let the The Worrywart's Companion show you how to worry smart and soothe yourself so that you can think more clearly, deal with the worry at hand, and then let it go.

Try these simple ideas and start worrying smarter right now: Talk to yourself the way a friend would - Take a warm bath - Practice "underreacting" - Imagine a happy ending - Do a good deed - Watch a funny movie

With these tips and many more, you will be able to release yourself from worry and learn to enjoy every moment--no matter where your life takes you.

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The Worrywart's Companion: Twenty-One Ways to Soothe Yourself and Worry Smart
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Using the discipline of the ronin -- the free-roaming samurai of ancient Japan -- this ground-breaking book presents innovative career strategies for getting ahead in an unpredictable workplace.
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The Way of the Ronin: Riding the Waves of Change
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With an air of discernment, Bennett introduces the reader to startling incidents and supportive evidence of UFOs, including Roswell, Farmer Billy Meier's photographs, and the U.S. government's disinformation campaign. She shares an absorbing true personal encounter with 'The Woman with Alien Eyes' and tells of UFO connections with crop circles, animal mutilations, and more. This highly illustrated, informative book is fun to read.
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UFOs
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urning Around explains behavior psychology and how to apply the techniques to daily supervision situations. It is a valuable reference to return to when faced with difficult management questions

Turning Around shows step-by-step how to assure top performance from yourself and all those on your team. It explains the most complex techniques in down-to-earth terms.

Turning Around tells how to: 

Use behavior modification 
Conduct interviews 
Lead meetings 
Mediate conflicts 
Manage authority 
Manage yourself

 

Turning Around focuses strictly on objectives and how to achieve them day-in and day-out. It makes your job easier and your career progress more satisfying.



Many traditional management theories have failed to produce the desired results because they have tended to view employee behaviors as isolated events, and have thus overlooked their relationship to the environmental setting. These theories often point to internal needs, motives, and conflicts as the sole determinants of a person's actions. On the other hand, when you expand your vision to look at those behaviors in their environmental context, you may conclude that within that environment, it may be that your actions or nonactions are the very events that evoke or maintain the behaviors you would like to eliminate. In other words, one way of changing the behavior of those around you is to change your own behavior. 

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Turning Around: Keys to Motivation and Productivity
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Written in the psychedelic era, Turn On, Tune In, Drop Out is Timothy Leary at his best, beckoning with humor and irreverence, a vision of individual empowerment, personal responsibility, and spiritual awakening. Includes:
o Start Your Own Religion o Education as an Addictive Process o Soul Session o Buddha as Drop-Out Mad Virgin of Psychedelia God's Secret Agent o Homage to Huxley o The Awe-Ful See-Er o The Molecular Revolution o MIT is TIM Backwards o Neurological Politics
"Trickster is a major figure in American Indian folk Wisdom. Also in Sufi Tales ... a certain type of "rascal"-with a grin and a wink (and wisdom beyond wisdom) ... in the Zen tradition this is known as the School of Crazy Wisdom ... Timothy Leary-in his own inimitable way-has become the twentieth century's grand master of crazy wisdom ..."
- Dr. Jeffrey Mishlove
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A Treasury of Hashish is a complete history of hashish, from prehistory right up to the classic hippy era after which real hashish sort of disappeared over the horizon. This new edition of the wonderful classic, long out of print, is entirely hand lettered with a clever drawing, rare photo, or antique map on every page--a work of art.

Dr. Sumach explains that the ancient golden age societies of China, Greece, and Rome were familiar with high end hashish and valued the imported article as a powerful medicine and aid to the work of imagination management. Real hashish has always been the plaything of kings and those with whom he was friendly... the artists and poets at his court. But we learn, hashish could also be wielded as a terrible tool of tyrants.

When pioneers brought hash back home to America, this super smoke created a instant market for high quality, reasonably priced, imported hashish among the urban hippies who were more accustomed to hotboxing ditchweed and indulging in the occasional joint of Mexican bunk. Real hash was legendary, the stuff of hippy fairy tales, as hash smuggling soon became the dangerous game of bravado that was more trouble than it was worth.

A Treasury of Hashish reveals that hash is something unique and specially prepared. Hence its great cost and rarity, even in the olden days. This is because the secrets of growing the finest pedigree cannabis plants under optimal conditions, selecting the best specimens and preparing them for hashish requires a master chefs eye for quality. Making real hash is more an art than a science. It can be done, and you can do it too, but you have to pay attention.

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Like all teens, African American teens find themselves wondering what they should or should not be doing and how they should behave toward each other -- only they often have no male role model in the home and negative models, like gang-banger, on the street. As they struggle to build their characters, they receive feedback from multiple sources, causing confusion. Training Black Spirit offers a guide through the fog of adolescence by providing a personal training aid in ethics -- values -- especially tailored for Black teens. It holds that our spirits, which protect and sustain us, direct and unify our thoughts, efforts, and actions.

Author Dr. William L. Conwill helps Black teens prepare for adulthood in the family, the community, and the world by developing their characters. Training Black Spirit builds upon African American cultural heritage, which is all too often absent from Black teens' experience. The principles presented here provide directives or instructions on living, as well as a defense against destructive influences. like drugs and violence. These principles are represented throughout the text by Adinkra symbols, along with a martial-arts self-defense interpretation for each principle, which teens discuss with an adult facilitator.

Drawing on brain science, transpersonal psychology, and mainstream psychiatry, as well as ancient traditions, Training Black Spirit guides Black teens in conducting a personal and conscious examination of the traditional principles that enable us to survive, create, and nurture life.

Keeping teens from heading down the wrong road is am increasing challenge. Training Black Spirit is a guide for young, black teens to explore their personal values or ethics through the use of symbols and values from West African culture to help build character. The book prepares teens for obstacles they will met with in life, providing values and behaviors for coping with challenging life experiences.

In light of recent events in Ferguson, Baltimore, and elsewhere, many black teens find themselves at a crossroads: Who are they today, and who do they want to be in the future? Training Black Spirit is a guide for teens dealing with these difficult challenges. As a psychologist Dr. Conwill has worked extensively with teens in various settings, helping them their challenges, providing ethical principles to guide them through.

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Part fictional narrative, part send-up of the New Age movement, and part comedic triumph, Tales of Tongue Fu splits the reader's sides with hilarious misadventures and wicked social commentary. The book's hero, Tongue Fu, evolves from the humble son of a radioactive mother and a kamikaze pilot father to a guru -- with an incredibly long tongue, which he uses for both romance and martial arts. Tongue Fu meets a cadre of riotous characters along his way, from Baba Blabla, who has been silent for 30 years, to Rosebud Zwaliyeh, an activist who joins a cult. At every turn, comedy legend Krassner skewers phony spiritualism with his formidable wit, and endlessly entertains with his razor-sharp satire and notorious sense of humor, as Trina Robbins delights with her singular artistic vision.
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In this intellectually bracing work, John C. Lilly, whose groundbreaking research inspired Day of the Dolphins and Altered States, likens humans to biochemical robots without an operating manual. By learning to program the robot, he argues, humans gain spiritual independence. Knowing one's core beliefs and understanding how they direct one's actions are critical steps towards such independence. But for many people, spiritual beliefs are like clothes, put on and taken off for various occasions -- and like clothes, become a kind of confining uniform, rendering one person virtually identical to the next. In The Steersman, Lilly shows readers how to identify their guiding beliefs and, most importantly, how to change them in ways that they choose, making it possible to break out of the confines of beliefs accepted without consideration and navigate a new path of self-discovery.
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The Steersman: Metabeliefs and Self-Navigation
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START YOUR OWN RELIGION embodies the Timothy Leary's core attraction--expansive religious (personal) freedom. Become the highest version of yourself The purpose of life is religious discovery. return to the temple of God--your ow body. Get of out your mind and get high. Religious living is conscious here-and-now aliveness. He urges readers to drop out, turn on tune in. Drop out and detach from external social drams. Turn on with a sacrament that returns you on to your body. Tune in and be reborn. Leary's message thrilled the youth of the 1960s and it is still appealing today.
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Most cholesterol doesn't come from foods -- it's made by the body itself Statins work by interfering with the body's ability to manufacture cholesterol. Statins: Miracle or Mistake? explains both the pro and con sides of this incredible drug, using interviews with statin researchers and prescribers and presenting the findings in clear, jargon-free language. Learn how to watch for warning signs if you are using statins. Discover how statins are a huge business for both drug companies and anti-statin forces. This guide talks with people on all sides of the statin issue, finding out what they believe and why -- and how they stand to benefit.

Most important, Statins: Miracle or Mistake? tells readers what to ask their own healthcare practitioners. It's time for nonprofessionals to learn how to manage these drugs. This important guide shows what to do -- and not do.

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Statins: Miraculous or Misguided?
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Originally published in 1925, THE GAME OF LIFE AND HOW TO PLAY IT from which SPIRITUAL SECRETS FOR PLAYING THE GAME OF LIFE is derived has become a world-wide spiritual classic. Shinn explains that life is not a battle; it is a game. LIfe is a game of giving and receiving in which our mind is the most powerful tool
we have, and it is a tool that much be used properly in order to attain happiness
and peace. In a down-to-earth style, filled with anecdotes, Shinn covers how to win at the game of life to achieve prosperity, healing, forgiveness, faith, and Divine Design.
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Spiritual Secrets for Playing the Game of Life
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Simulations of God is a brilliant, provocative work by one of the great creative scientists of the twentieth century, John Lilly, M.D.. In it he examines the sacred realms of self, religion, science, philosophy, sex, drugs, politics, money, crime, war, family, and spiritual paths "with no holds barred, with courage and a sense of excitement." Lilly's purpose is to provide readers with a unique view of inner reality to help them unfold new areas for growth and self-realization.
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Simulations of God: The Science of Belief
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The Simple Pleasures of Life: How to Tune Into the Moment to Enjoy NOWwas derived from Sir John Lubbock's endearing classic, The Pleasures of Life completely rewritten and abridged by Beverly Potter, PhD.

Principles of living in the moment are woven into Lubbock's appealing descriptions of simple pleasures and around us--if only we looked when we, too often, overlook. Lubbock's robust but sensitive descriptions of nature, money, friends, home help readers get out of their minds to experience moments of NOW and living more fully in the present--the secret of a happy life.

The Simple Pleasures of Life: How to Tune Into the Moment to Enjoy NOW guides readers to be more conscious of how their thoughts and emotions get in the way of living in genuine peace and happiness. Have more joy right now--just stop and smell the flowers, a simple pleasure.

Frantic enlightenment seekers with lives packed schedules and busyness with especially love this friendly, loving little book.

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Chronicles the first modern ethnomycological and historically documented look at certain species of fungi and their past and present use as a source of healing, both body and mind as in ancient primitive archaic rituals; and also as an aphrodisiac.

Modern day use of these fungi originating from seven personal documented exchanges of communication between author John Allen and Sasha Shulgin, and Jochen Gartz that describe--in detail and photographs--the effects of both the ludible use of psilocybian fungi throughout the ages to produce intense sexual euphoric unions. Other families of fungi that produce similar effects but contain different chemicals can result in timeless hours of pure orgasmic pleasure.

The aphrodisiac effects of mushrooms were first reported around the time of the conquest of Nueva Espana. Francisco Flores, Diego Duran and Bernardo de Sahagun described mushrooms used by Aztecs priests and their followers to produce "provoked lust."

In the mid-20th Century several noted scholars, like R. Gordon Wasson, Albert Hofmann, Weston LaBarre, Maria Sabina, Florence Cowan, Eunice Pike, Tim Leary, Richard Alpert and Aldous Huxley reported experiencing erotic euphoric effects and observing erotic sensuality in others while they were under the influence psilocybine. Many claimed they had found the perfect sexual aphrodisiac.

In some of these modern anecdotal materials we have been taught that the majority of Mazatec Indian shamans, curanderas, brujos, sabios/sabias, and their Indian participants of mushroom vigils and Velada's, all refrain from sexual activity 4 days before and 4 days after a mushroom ceremony. To do so, as many of the medicine men and woman all seem to agree on, is that it, "would bring about a lasting madness." Yet some Indians have been reported to regularly participate in sexual activities while on mushrooms as well as on peyote.

In the Florentine Codex, Sahagun, a devout catholic, said that the mushrooms "aun provocan a lujuria," i.e., that they "even provoke lust." Wasson believed that Sahagun may have been responsible for adding these words, and wondered why they were inserted. He inquired if they were meant to either excite the sixteenth century readers seeking always the Fountain of Youth and new aphrodisiacs, or to incite his pious readers against the mushrooms?

Allen shares with the reader, a chronicle embellished from notes in his personal files and memories of his experiences with sacred mushrooms and sexual erotica. He features preĀ¬-historical evidence of such sexual activities between humans, animals, sex and mushrooms, and phallic symbolism, rites of spring and fertility festivals.

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The essential connoisseur's guide to herbs and potions traditonally associated with enhanced sensual pleasure. Throughout history men and women have sought to increase their sexual pleasure through the use of a variety of substances. SEX DRUGS AND APHRODISIACS chronicles the results of this eternal quest. Includes discussions of yohimbe, fugu, absinthe, yage and other exotic specialties and includes a comprehensive history of sources, preparations, uses and effects. Finally this hard to obtain cult classic is available again.
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Sex, Drugs, and Aphrodisiacs: Where to Obtain Them, How to Use Them, and Their Effects
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Throughout the ages, intelligent, affluent, ambitious, and just plain hot-to-trot humans have sought out aphrodisiacs -- everything from rhino horns to green M&Ms. Here, Timothy Leary argues that the true aphrodisiac is the mind. By knowing how to stimulate the most sensitive organ of all, the brain, readers can enrich their sex lives beyond their wildest dreams. Leary begins by telling his own coming-of-sexual-age story in typically witty fashion, then goes on to explore humanity's obsession with physical pleasure, digital activation of the erotic brain, and the fascination with cybersex. He explains how phones and computers allow perfect strangers to achieve amazing levels of intimacy and why telecommunicated sexual messages are now a standard courting technique for young people in industrial-urban societies. Ruminating on everything from sexual liberation to electronic foreplay, Leary offers a persuasive explanation of why the key to arousal is all in your head.
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Search for the True Aphrodisiac
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Tells the story of John Lilly's discoveries from his early experiments; mapping the brains of monkeys and communication with dolphins, to his experience with consciousness expanding drugs. The book includes an update on Lilly's work on human/dolphin communication and returning animals to the wild.
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The Scientist: A Metaphysical Autobiography
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Sacred Mushrooms and the Law is the only book covering the legal landscape underlying psychedelic mushrooms. All federal and state laws concerning mushrooms are covered, and charts outline potential punishments.
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In the ancient world, men and women joined cults known as Mysteries to unite with the deities of the otherworld and achieve eternal life. The most important of the Mysteries existed for two millennia at the village of Eleusis. Its deities were Demeter and Persephone, interchangeable in their roles as mother and daughter. The initiations and other rituals of this goddess-based cult were a profound secret: divulging information was punishable by death. For centuries, scholars have probed the secrets of the Eleusinian Mysteries and kykeon, its sacramental Eucharist -- a sacred drink containing psychoactive chemicals similar to those in LSD. Their discoveries have been buried in the arcane language of alchemy, the occult sciences, and secret societies. Here, in prose accessible to all readers, Carl Ruck unravels the Mysteries, revealing the awesome powers of the goddesses, as well as the pagan underpinnings of Western culture.
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Sacred Mushrooms of the Goddess: The Secrets of Eleusis
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Discusses consciousness, the nature of God, sexuality, human knowledge, robots, and the future.
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Right Where You Are Sitting Now: Protecting Animal Companions After You Die
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The Quiet Center presents the core of Dr. John Lilly's groundbreaking isolation experiments, edited into an accessible format for a new generation to embrace the revolutionary thinking of this fascinating scientist. It is a book that distills the essence of Dr. Lilly's philosophies--higher consciousness, the varieties of isolation experience, heightened awareness--and minimizes the scientific jargon to make his theories and examples accessible to the general reader who is searching for heightened conscious experience and serene self-awareness. As a pioneer in the research of animal intelligence, altered states of consciousness and isolation tank experiments, Lilly, like his peers Timothy Leary, Alan Watts, Carlos Casteneda and Charles Tart, can and should be read by a whole new generation seeking to extend his ideas that blend science and philosophy as a means to see new truths to themselves and to seek shelter from the onslaught of external stimuli in today's society. Whether the reader can use an actual tank or devises their own "isolation space," The Quiet Center is the first word in isolation therapy for the new millennium.
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We have freedom of speech but we're afraid to speak. Our lives have become subjected to PC tyranny--a constant fear of "offending" someone. We think that we are independent and that it is the other guy who is influenced, brain washed, duped, persuaded. We feel like we think for ourselves. How can we "feel" otherwise? There's no way to know because countless influences and interactions have molded us.

We're members of various groups--circles of friends, family, professional groups, hobby group, and workplace groups. Groups have a way of developing a view that it imposes with a kind of group-think. We want to belong, to be liked and included so go along and get along. We don't make waves by questioning. If we have a different view, we keep it to ourselves. Why rock the boat?

Thinking for yourself is not so easy. When encountering an argument to a long held opinion or a wild idea, we use critical thinking to evaluate it, as we were taught to do in school. The problem is that critical thinking is critical. It focuses our thinking on the negative--what doesn't work, what's wrong with the idea--and encourages my-side thinking where we evaluate evidence in a way that favors our beliefs and entraps us into closed-mindedness. Thinking for yourself requires open-mindedness. Open-mindedness is being receptive and, when the issue is important, calls for actively searching for evidence against your beliefs.

Thinking is not driven by answers but by questions. Every intellectual field is born out of a cluster of questions to which answers are needed. Had no questions been asked by those who laid the foundation for a field -- for example, Physics or Biology -- the field would never have been developed.

We define tasks, express problems and delineate issues with questions. Answers signal an end point and stop thought, except when an answer generates a further question.

Timothy Leary said, "to think for yourself you must question authority." To think, you must question. To think through or rethink anything, one must ask questions that stimulate thought. The quality of your questions determines the quality of your thinking.

Thinking begins within some content when questions are generated. No questions equals no understanding. To engage in thinking through your content you must stimulate your thinking with questions that lead to further questions.

Our own opinions is one authority we should frequently question. Times change. We change. Perspectives and values change. Book explores how opinions and values we held in the past need periodic evaluation and challenge. Independent thinkers evolve and need to shed the shackles of old views and opinions.

Ridicule is the strongest weapon for pressing us to conform. It is a kind of bait that if you go for it will entrap you in an argument you can't win and leave you looking ridiculous and deflated. Question Authority; Think for Yourself offers techniques, with examples, of how to deflect attacks, side-tracks, and put-downs.

If you've bitten your tongue and later wished you'd spoken up and not been cowed into silence by a mocking co-worker when you revealed a "politically incorrect" viewpoint, you'll find much of interest in Question Authority; Think for Yourself .

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Provides a framework for understanding the enormous amount of information available on psychoactive substances. Stafford relays the history, botany, chemistry, physical and mental effects, forms, sources, and preparations of LSD--the most potent and representative of class of drugs called psychedelics. Stafford claims that psychedelics offer surprising benefits to society and he explores the record of promising studies that were truncated in the 1960s, along with a commentary of developments since that time.
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Psychedelics
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Written while Leary was visiting India in 1965 and finished the following year, "Psychedelic Prayers" is an adaptation of Book 1 of the "Tao Te Ching". With a new Introduction by Ralph Metzner, Leary's Harvard colleague, this book of poetry and meditations is being published in its first new edition in 25 years. Illustrations/photos.
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The Psychedelic Prayers: The Devotional Verse of Tsongkhapa
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Out-of-print for years, and impossible to find Psychedelic Chemistry includes Marijuana THC and analogs, magic Mushrooms and other indole trips, mescaline and friends, harmaline and other beta-carbolines, muscimole and other isoxazoles, LSD, Cocaine, miscellaneous psychedelics, literature and chemical information, miscellany on underground laboratories, role of the DEA labs in drug busts . . . and more Psychedelic Chemistry is the biggest, best and most complete book every written on how to make psychedelic drugs. The most complete book ever written on how to manufacture psychedelic drugs. Requires thorough knowledge of lab techniques in organic chemistry.
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Psychedelic Chemistry
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All-new editions of four popular guides to altering consciousness
-- These underground classics from the 1970s have been rewritten and repackaged with new illustrations and photos, and designed for easy readingA concise, readable, and affordable guide to the art of cultivating and producing psilocybin from mycelia and mushrooms.

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Psilocybin Producers Guide
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The parallels between the human brain and computers is easy to see today. But in the 1950's when John Lilly developed his theory of the human biocomputer, this was a dramatic new way of viewing humans. Much like a driver can step out of the car, we are not our biocomputer. The Self is something far greater and more mysterious. Rooted in his extensive knowledge of neurophysiology, neuroanatomy and electronics and developed through personal experimentation in the sensory isolation tank which he invented, Lilly presents a method for learning to manipulate--to drive the bio-robot, which is our vehicle here on Earth. robots. This manual shows how to step out of the mind-body and find out who we really are.
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Programming the Human Biocomputer
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Severe, chronic pain affects at least 116 million Americans every year. But there are fewer than 4,000 pain specialists in the United States, and many insurers won't cover physical therapy. But powerful pain medicines? They will certainly cover those. Prescriptions for powerful pain killers doubled between 1994 and 2008 -- and abuse skyrocketed as well. The grim headlines are all too familiar. Celebrities such as Whitney Houston die of overdoses. Teens mix legitimate medicines -- and pay with their lives. Heavy-handed government attempts to crack down on pain and anxiety medications have terrorized doctors and pharmacists and left thousands of desperate people in severe pain.

Prescription Drug Abuse shows how big the problem is: how it became a problem, what is being done about it, and what readers can do. The book shows the risks, the benefits, and the safe way to use some of modern healthcare's most miraculous medicines.

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