Posts Tagged ‘ consciousness ’

The Wolves of McLean (excerpt) on Vimeo

“Amnion” by Sabine Miller – is/let

by Sabine Miller

“Amnion,” mixed flower pulp and water on 9″ x 12″ watercolor paper, 2018.

from Poetry as Consciousness: Haiku Forests, Space of Mind, and an Ethics of Freedom by Richard Gilbert (Keibunsha Press, 2018). Order in English.

Source: “Amnion” by Sabine Miller – is/let

How Civilization Started | The New Yorker

A life of hunting and gathering had advantages over one of farming and settlement.

Illustration by Golden Cosmos

Did our hunter-gatherer ancestors have it better?

Source: How Civilization Started | The New Yorker

ECOLOGY WITHOUT NATURE: Graham Harman: The Concept of Infrastructure

ECOLOGY WITHOUT NATURE: Graham Harman: The Concept of Infrastructure.

from Mr. Taurus at C a f é o l o g Ÿ

One does not become enlightened by imagining figures of light,

but by making the darkness conscious. – Carl Jung (1945)