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Singing Bowls + Fluids = Chaotic Waves Inspired to do some physics or make some drone-core? Here’s a DIY guide to making a singing bowl. How to play one.

Effluvia No Longer Stinks: ~~~(((Effluvia as humming olfactory bliss)))~~~

We’re switching it up (er… the format). Thanks to all who participated. There will most likely never be a glossy journal, but perhaps the occasional leaflet, chapbook (under HoldFast) or our latest “findings” in stapled nuit-blanche’ed fits of Xeroxracy… to pervert the langua franca Thanks to all those who made yesterday special. You rock… Effluvia […]

Ecology and Revolutionary Thought: Murray Bookchin

“The assumption that what currently exists must necessarily exist is the acid that corrodes all visionary thinking.” – Murray Bookchin From: Harbinger Vol. 3 No. 1 — The Communalist Project Yet our decision to create a better society, and our choice of the way to do it, must come from within ourselves, without the aid […]

Thich Nhat Hanh: Interbeing

Thich Nhat Hanh “Only with the practice of deep listening and gentle communication can we help remove the wrong perceptions that are at the foundation of fear, hatred and violence.” – from FEAR “Interbeing” is a word coined by Thich Nhat Hanh to represent the Buddhist principles of impermanence and the nonself characteristic which reveal […]

Shinzen Young – Algorithmic Mindfulness

Algorithm and Emptiness: Some Historical Musings I often describe my approach to meditation as “algorithmic” meaning that I take people through a sequence of procedures that loops and branches depending on what’s coming up for them…thereby optimizing their chances of having a productive experience. Although not a matter of common knowledge, the mathematical concept of […]