What does freedom mean to you? What image pops into your head when you think about it? Is it one of William Wallace (aka Mel Gibson) screaming “Freeeee…
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“Toto, I’ve a feeling we’re not in Kansas any more” Last week we saw how governments and powerful people with an agenda have historically been able to …
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Howdy partners, glad you could saddle up and join the posse. We’re heading out into the badlands searching for outlaws, so let’s ride! Sorry, I ended l…
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Last week I suggested that when it comes to news, information and media, we’re now living in a ‘Post Truth’ world. There is more information available …
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When I started The Experientialist my aim was to post a new article every week. Last week was the first time I didn’t, and here's why. My writing has t…
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I have realised that the past and future are real illusions, that they exist in the present, which is what there is and all there is. -Alan Watts Where…
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CONTROL: The power to influence or direct people's behaviour or the course of events. Control = good - Out of control = bad That’s what we’re taught is…
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For weeks now I’ve been writing about the importance of experience; real life, hands dirty, down to earth experience. But I have a confession to make; …
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Last week we asked; What is Experience? That article finished with a summary. Things happen (EVENTS) We form opinions about them (probably wrong) Our o…
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Let’s begin with a definition. There are many to choose from, but I like this one from Merriam-Webster: The conscious events that make up an individual…
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We’ve had friends visiting this week, like us they’ve sold their boat and are now living life ashore, in a home on wheels. Inevitable we got talking ab…
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Type ‘experientialist’ into any device with spell check and you’ll probably be asked if you meant ‘experimentalist’. Whilst spell check can be a boon s…
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