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12 Books That Destroyed and Rebuilt My Mind

Some books are not books at all. They’re sticks of dynamite.

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HighExistence Podcast #8: The Rap Guide to Consciousness with Baba Brinkman

Baba Brinkman is the only peer-reviewed rapper in the world. From evolution to climate change,...

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How to Defeat the Procrastodragon Once and For All

The Procrastodragon is hiding over your shoulder... growing larger every time you make an excuse.

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The Key to Meditation is Noble Failure

If you're convinced that you suck at meditation, you need to read this.

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35 Ways to Get Paid While Traveling the World

Traveling the world has never been more accessible. And earning a living while doing it has never been easier.

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7 Thought-Provoking Questions from Dr. Jordan B. Peterson

Jordan Peterson shares his seven most thought-provoking questions.

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Carl Jung and the Shadow: The Ultimate Guide to the Human Dark Side

The "shadow" might be the single most important concept in psychology, yet most people have never heard of it.

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10 Books That Will Help You Actually Make a Lasting Change

10 books that will help you finally stop repeating the same bad habits.

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HighExistence Podcast #7: Daniel Schmachtenberger – Neurohacking, Evolutionary Philosophy, and the Future of Humanity

Daniel Schmachtenberger is a genius and listening to this conversation will make you smarter.

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Dream Yoga: The Ancient Practice of Using Lucid Dreaming to Gain Enlightenment

Tibetan Buddhists have been meditating in their dreams for more than a thousand years.

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HighExistence Podcast #6: Peter Sjöstedt-H on Nietzsche, Panpsychism, and the Hidden Psychedelic History of Philosophy

Peter Sjöstedt-H has been called a "psychedelic Nietzsche." His insights on psychedelic phenomenology, panpsychism, and the utility of philosophy are not to be missed.

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The Most Celebrated Meditation on Death in Human History

In 1932, a woman named Mary Elizabeth Frye wrote a poem for the first time. Little did she know, her poem would touch the hearts and souls of millions of people.

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