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Looking for the post on Zaahah? It has migrated…

Yesterday, while testing this site for bugs, I posted a short piece about Zaahah, a new social network that is being tested in New Mexico at UNM. I have migrated the location of the post to its permanent location at gregorypleshaw.com. Please visit there if you care to take part in the discussion about this […]

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Check this out: Radio Show about BiPolar disorder

“When you look into the eyes of someone who’s Bi-Polar, it’s like looking at a hurricane from space. You can see the swirling mass, but the real horror and devastation are a hundred miles below you, only visible in your imagination. I have been fighting this for most of my life, and using story and […]

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Tales from Thailand coming soon

Written on the banks of the Mekong River in the spring of 2010, Tales from Thailand is a 48-page e-book (link opens .pdf file) about life in Thailand just before the revolution that didn’t quite come to pass. It consists of nine stories that outline the various facets of life in being in Thailand, specifically […]

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The Collapse of Time: Confessions of a Quantum Humanist, now available as a Kindle book

On September 11, 2001, writer Gregory Pleshaw watched the Twin Towers fall on a television screen inside a sailboat parked in San Francisco Harbor. Recently returned from Burning Man, Pleshaw scuttled plans to go to New York City and instead traded a tower computer for a GMC van and drove up the coast for a […]

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Joblessness: An Epidemic in the US Right Now

Interesting, disturbing and to some degree – hopeful article in the Atlantic on unemployment in the US right now. Even though the government wants us to believe the recession is over, it may be quite some time before the average person feels it. But if you’re out of work and you’ve been looking for a […]

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Dr. Sanford Levy: #1 google-spot for “Buffalo Doctors vitamins”

Since arriving in Buffalo, I have pretty much figured out that despite my initial thoughts, I will not go back on Western medication and will continue to seek out vitamin sources and other methods as a means to deal with bipolar disorder and all the other labels that have been stuck on me over the […]

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Weird Letter: Aryuveda & Migraines

some letters aren’t weird at all – they’re informative and could lead to gifts. this is one such letter to a friend in need of a migraine remedy. I found two great ones in first Thailand and then India – and I’m happy to say at this point that I don’t seem to get migraines […]

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Web Kooks: Astral Projection

{I am, without a doubt, a Web Kook. I too have videos to prove it, but this chick is really something else. She has about 200 videos on YouTube…and anyone named thedarkmoonmidnight is someone who would probably be my friend IRL.} By the time I arrived in Dharamsala, my relationship with Dee Dee Clohessy already […]

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Dr. Abram Hoffer: His Daily Vitamins

Dr. Abram Hoffer, author of “Healing Schizophrenia,” was a pioneer in the field of orthomolecular psychiatry, otherwise known as vitamin megadosing for the “mentally ill.”  Working alongside Dr. Linus Pauling, Hoffer was among a group of physicians who began to look at the USA-RDA for vitamins and wonder what might happen if people took much […]

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Michael Harner: Modern Shaman

Michael Harner helped launch the modern shamanic movement with a book called “The Way of the Shaman.” Here he discusses how the use of a drum can lead people to Shamanic states of consciousness.

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