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?aughing1 They Run is an e+cerpt from a work in progress1 tentatively titled Shamanic Tales. This story is based upon a true shamanaic adventure. @,ou are returning to the day when you met these creatures.A The guide prompted 'aniel. @Bt is a cool day in early spring. ,ou are driving down the dirt road.A 'aniel drove with Cillian beside him. Bt was a bright spring day1 the leaves were coming out on the trees1 and the world was full of potential. Bt was a pleasant drive down the dirt road1 which they often used as a shortcut. 'aniel and Cillian were engaged in an animated discussion about the artistic e+ploration of consciousness and creativity1 and the nature of reality. @!an you feel the infinite possibilities opening around usDA Cillian asked. @Bt.s like taking a dive into a fractal pattern1A 'aniel observed. Their conversation was cut short as several critters stepped out from the woods onto the road ahead of them. There were five animals. At first glance1 'aniel thought they were woodchucks1 but they were larger than woodchucks1 and longer of limb. Eolverines maybe6 but they were big for wolverines1 and anyway there were no wolverines in this area. The creatures resembled bruins somewhat1 or possibly some unknown primate. Their fur was dark brown and they were walking on all four legs. They were maybe two and a half or three feet tall at the shoulder and tailless1 maybe four feet long from nose to hind Fuarters. They stood on muscular legs about a foot and a half in length. They appeared to be strong and athletic. Their heads were rounded1 on the end of a rather long but stout neck1 with flat faces proGecting very , little snout. Heither did their ears stand out6 and their eyes were set in front. The five creatures hurried across the road1 moving as a pack. 5ne of them turned its head to look behind them as they proceeded. They were on the run. Hone of them paid the slightest mind to 'aniel and Cillian1 sitting in their car in the middle of the road. The critters had a feral look about them1 yet they had a clear air of intelligence. They moved with intent. There was something impish about them1 yet they were noble creatures. The crossing took no more than a second or two. Then they disappeared into a thicket on the left side of the road. The thicket was bordered by a subdivision. @'id you see thatDA 'aniel asked. @Ehat were thoseDA Cillian returned. @B.ve never seen anything like them.A 'aniel pulled up alongside the edge of the wetlands. He could see the passage they made through the brush. The animals were already gone1 out of sight. 'aniel couldn.t imagine them trespassing into the subdivision. )omething told him they were gone1 having found some hidden e+it from the swamp. @Follow themIA the guide ordered. 'aniel threw the car into park and leapt out to pursue the critters. He stepped through the brush and entered the thicket in the bowl-like depression of ground. 5verhead the sky above the thicket formed a matching concavity. 'aniel felt time and space distorting as he followed the creatures that resembled nothing so much of this earth as sloths.
His body became heavy. The mass of his physical form was increasing1 as was the mass of the thicket around him. He felt like he was mired in tar. *ven light found it hard to escape the increasing gravity. *verything was lost in darkness1 from which no sound or light could escape. Finally he could move no more. *ven the mind was overburdened by the weight of thought. He shut down1 letting go of everything but the dimmest glimmer of awareness. That faint gleam of awareness became the nucleus of his universe. Bt was the only light of e+istence1 his sun and moon. *ven time did not pass so much as it dwelt in one eternal moment. 'aniel was beyond contemplating the passage of time. *ven identity was reduced to the most fundamental unit. He was no longer 'aniel6 he simply was. After an interminable period1 five other gleaming lights flew past him1 and he was swept along with them. For a moment he felt diJJy1 nauseous even. )omething popped and he found himself in a busy1 infinite e+panding universe of light. All around him was an ever changing webwork of light strands and waves of refraction. Bt was not so much something he saw as something he felt in his gut / though he had no gut1 or body for that matter. *verywhere there was a comple+ fractal latticework of energy1 ever shifting1 pulsing1 creating glowing hubs where two or more strands met. The phenomenon seemed solid enough1 but when he watched it closely1 'aniel noticed the threads seemed to flicker. !oncentrating his attention1 he saw that the filaments were pulsing on and off1 and when they were off1 the intersections remained on1 bringing into prominence the dynamic interference pattern created by the interrelationships of the wavelike threads of the webwork. , KBt is the field1 Akasha1. the guide said. K'ark energy1 dark matter.. 'aniel echoed. Bt was the Fuantum field that underlies all e+istence1 even the supposed void of space. Bt was the implicate1 holographically ripe with all potential and all probabilities. They had passed out of the physical universe1 behind the scenes where all reality was created. Here1 in this infinite1 dimensionless space1 they witnessed the creation of the multiverse in this eternal moment. The critters were loose in the Akasha. They raced along the filaments1 darting hither and yon in a manner that was impossible to follow1 though none the less e+hilarating. Here they were in their true element. KAh1. the guide observed. KThey are not really physical creatures.. KHo6 they are multidimensional and beyond form.. A stranger spoke. KAs are all things seen truly.. K5verlord.. The guide.s attitude reflected reverence. KEe are blessed with your presence.. 'aniel affected a bow1 though he was nothing but a mote of light. KEelcome to my dominion.. The 5verlord greeted them. He was a brilliant pillar of light1 pure white / if such purity could flow with a faint rainbow opalescence. KThis is the overworld1 where all probabilities are computed and e+pressed.. KBf B may enFuire1. 'aniel dared ask1 Kwhat manner of creatures are theseD. KThat B cannot say. Bt is beyond my provenance to name them or give them definition. To do so would be to limit them.. KThese creatures do not belong to youD. the guide asked.
KThey belong to no one but themselves1. the 5verlord responded. KB do put out food for them. )ometimes they eat it.. KThey were physical when they passed in front of me on the road1. 'aniel observed. KBn a physical world1 they have a physical form. Ehen they are physical1 they are only four or five in number. Here1 they are as many as they wish to be.. Bndeed1 as they watched1 two of the critters met at a hub. For a moment they merged1 and then four critters left the hub1 each following a different thread. KThey influence the ligaments wherever they travel1 adding e+tra impetus and changing freFuencies and tendencies whenever they wish. They are powerful healers1 powerful creators1 but they are tricksters1 forever beyond anyone.s control.. They watched the critters racing about the webwork in total abandonment. Their movements seemed to be random and chaotic. ,et1 as he observed1 'aniel had the feeling that their every move served to harmoniJe and enhance. KThey will sometimes undertake tasks for me1 if it pleases them. 2ut it would not be correct to say B command them. Bf they deign to answer my call1 B can only put to them a suggestion. Ehether or not they act upon it is entirely up to them. And how they act upon it is a mystery. Hone can follow them6 none can know their ways1 though some have tried. There are interlopers who seek to capture and harness them. Those fools truly understand nothing.. KB have never heard of anything like them in my world1. 'aniel said. KHor B1. the guide concurred. KThey are rarely if ever seen in the physical. B believe they passed through your world where you met them in order to evade ,those interlopers B mentioned. Rather like you would cross a stream to throw off pursuit.. Three of the critters ran circles around 'aniel several times before continuing on their merry way. KThey seem to have taken a shining to you. Ho doubt that is why they allowed you to see them. Ehile everything they do appears random1 nothing about them is an accident.. The 5verlord contemplated a moment. Then he emitted one loud1 dulcet whistle. Bn an instant1 all five sat before him1 assuming a form similar to the physical bodies in which 'aniel had first seen them. @Cive me his destiny cords1. the 5verlord commanded. The guide reached into the nucleus of light that was 'aniel and drew out the cords that were his lifeline1 his destiny. He handed them to the 5verlord1 who in turn offered them to the critters1 saying1 KThey have an affinity with you. Bt will be a great blessing for you if they accept this task.. The critters sniffed the cords. They seemed to smile. Taking the cords in their mouths1 they raced around the three observers1 making a fine tangle. At one point1 one of the critters wrapped the cord around the neck of another. The guide looked to the 5verlord Fuestioningly. KBt is all right. They know best what to do.. The critters resumed their energy forms1 and they were off racing all over the webwork of Akasha1 each trailing a cord of 'aniel.s lifeline. First there were five1 then a
doJen1 then a score. They were impossible to follow1 impossible to predict1 weaving 'aniel.s destiny cords throughout the Fuantum field. KPrepare yourself for a ride1. the 5verlord told him. K,our life will be one synchronicity after another. ,our life will be as Bndra.s net / cloth woven of miracles and illuminations1 as long as you hold yourself open to it.. 'aniel felt himself being sheered and stretched1 the obGect of some Fuantum interstellar taffy pull. He was being woven through the warp of all e+istence. He was the warp of all e+istence. And still the critters ran with his threads1 laughing1 racing free beyond the conception of any mind but their own1 beyond the reach of any thought process but their boundless awareness. This dendritic1 infinitely fractal webwork e+tended in all directions from the center of him1 from his solar ple+us1 from his heart. He was the spider and he was the web. To the guide1 the 5verlord said1 K,ou must prepare him to accept this gift the critters weave for him.. 'aniel was back in his body1 lying in a sarcophagus. The guide stood at his head1 and Cillian stood at his feet. He was a rope bridge suspended between the two of them. At a signal from the guide1 they lifted his light body out of his physical body. All around him were shamans1 animal helpers1 angels1 nature elementals and other spirits1 all come to help and lend their energy to this process. The 5verlord stood nearby. And still the critters ran with his threads. His light body was cleansed1 purified and activated. He was a rainbow nebula1 glimmering with stars. , from his light body. 'ragon awoke1 and A heavy clay red energy drained down with its breath incinerated the heavy red energy1 sublimating it into rarefied light. 'ragon.s slitted eyes looked through his soul and looked out from his soul1 where it had its den. From the 5verlord a shower of cool white energy rained down to wash through 'aniel.s light body1 cleansing and energiJing. ?astly1 the guide reached down and removed a weight from over 'aniel.s heart. Thus freed1 his heart began to pulsate with an emerald green light1 which sent out concentric ripples through the world. Eith diligence1 the guide physically secured his heart to his third eye1 so that his mind would ever be directed by his heart. They lowered his light body back into his physical form1 pressing it firmly into place. The weavings from the critters1 as they wove back into him1 became substantial / almost physical / like a root bole or a lacing of white mushroom mycelium1 reaching into him and reaching out from him. 'aniel opened his eyes1 returning to this life1 born into a new world1 a new life. All of the doors were open now. Any walls remaining were an artifice easily transcended. He was driving down the road1 Cillian seated beside him. Ten feet in front of them1 flying at windshield height1 was hawk. Hawk was their escort1 illuminating the twilight. And still the critters ran with his threads1 through the past1 through the future1 through all probabilities1 through this eternal moment. ?aughing1 they ran.
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About the Author P' Allen lives in a cabin in a remote section of the Porcupine -ountains in -ichiganLs 0pper Peninsula with a fey spirit that answers to the human name of *liJabeth. Their cabin is eFuipped with a hand pump to draw water. *lectricity is provided by a bicycle hooked to a small generator. He spends his days hunting1 fishing and foraging. He travels around the 0P a great deal1 gathering folklore and e+ploring various mysteries. He also practices shamanism1 and can sometimes be seen traveling through the wilderness1 flying from treetop to treetop. 5ccasionally he assumes the form of a black panther1 a large red fo+ or a hawk. 5n clear nights when there is a full moon1 locals say you can hear him playing his fiddle high up in the mountains. The Bndians say he plays for the little -anitou1 which come out to dance and caper. At least once per week1 he travels twenty-five miles on foot to the nearest cybercafe / EaltLs 2ait and !ybercafe. There he updates his blog / 5f 5ur 5wn 'esign.
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Bn an alternate universe1 P' Allen is a novelist1 a poet1 a musician and a geologist. He is a writer of high Mor trueN imagination1 metaphysical fiction1 alchemy and new thought. He is also a student of enlightenment1 inching his way along the path as it is revealed to him. !urrently1 he divides his time between -ichigan and )outhern Bndiana1 living with his lovely wife1 *liJabeth.
Fiction Complete Tales of da Yoopernatural
Remember telling spooky stories while sitting around the campfireD Tales of da ,oopernatural combines the feel of the oral tradition with modern sensibilities. Bn these tales the author has created a world of myth and legend1 a world which looks a lot like the one we inhabit but is Gust a bit skewed with the occasional portal to other dimensions1 appearance of mythical creatures1 spirits1 ghosts and more. The stories range from the prosaically dreamlike to the disturbing1 without a lot of graphic bloodshed or gratuitous violence. Bncludes all four novellas and three short stories. 2lood -oon !onnie Hillman follows her former lover into madness. Bn the ancient Huron -ountains1 she encounters ghosts1 cannibalistic Eeendigo1 and a mysterious giant while trying to rescue the man she cannot stop caring about1 Phil Eaverly1 an anthropologist lost in his obsession to prove his own demented theories.
The 2uck of -ulligan Plains Henry Oincaid enters into a mythic hunt that will bring him face to face with the ?ord of the Eilderness. -eanwhile1 his lover1 ?ilith Cordon1 fears that she will lose him forever. The )ecret ?ife of Trees The northern woodlands are home to many strange sights. )ome say the ghosts of fallen forests haunt the region1 while others say it is the ghosts of the lumberGacks who felled the ancient trees. A few speak of enchantments even more mysterious than ghosts1 marvels of the fallen wilderness that linger1 haunting woodlands and claiming the lives of solitary hunters or backpackers. !arl ?andau will soon discover the truth behind these local legends. The Ciant Oiller Five-year-old Rene 'e!laire embarks on an adventure with fairies and a giantkilling dwarf. Afraid of the 'ark 'rawn on by a contrasting mi+ture of attraction and repulsion1 will Andrew *rickson uncover what secrets lie hidden in the absolute darkness of the haunted ?aughing *agle -ine before they cost him his life1 and that of his friendsD Poin him on his harrowing descent into a nightmare world carved out of the ancient basalt of the Oeweenaw Peninsula.
5n Bce An enchanted1 ancient sturgeon seeks to communicate with 2ruce Torvalds1 bridging the gap between man and nature. 2ut is it already too late for 2ruce to escape his social preconditioningD This tale demonstrates that the greatest struggle is not between man and nature1 but between man and his own mindset. A Oiller.s Pride 5ut of a misguided sense of loyalty1 young 5Gibwa Bndian )tephen 'e!laire ignores a call to follow the Red Path. He Goins the army along with his friend )kip Heunan and is shipped to BraF Gust in time to take part in the raJing of FalluGah. )tephen finds himself the focus of a struggle between the 2uffalo -aiden and the 2east of 2abylon. Bn the fight for his soul1 he learns powerful lessons about imperialism1 the nature of war and civiliJation. Eill he survive the invasion with his soul and mind intact1 or will he follow his friend into the darknessD )ay ***O to da 0P1 eh.
2lind giants run amok1 voracious Eeendigo who eat everything in sight1 the horned one riding on a dragon-cat1 characters from 5Gibwa mythology come to life1 a dark shaman1 the !orrupted Horde1 and a blight on the Eorld 0nder the Flesh and the Eorld of the Flesh. EhatLs a young fiddler to doD )i+teen year old 5Gibwa Rene 'e!laire is disillusioned and alienated from the modern world in which she lives. )he would rather play her fiddle1 inhabiting the backwood of -ichiganLs 0pper Peninsula1 practicing the old ways and learning to be a shaman like her Crandma Rena. Her older brother )tephen lives in the forest1 hiding from the government and the *ater of )ouls. Her mother Pudy worries about her children and their inability to compromise with the dominant civiliJation. 2ut Crandma Rena knows how important it is that the siblings and their mother find the right path. )he has dedicated her remaining days to helping all three of them open their eyes. )oon the younger 'e!laires will find themselves in the Eorld 0nder the Flesh1 locked into a merciless battle to save the Heart of the Eilderness and the ?and 2etween the )ky Eaters from the Horde1 the 2light and a powerful and corrupted shaman known
as the 5gimauh. Along the way1 they will have many adventures1 Goined by other characters first introduced in the Tales of da ,oopernatural1 as well as new friends of myth and legend. They will find this struggle for the Eorld 0nder the Flesh is also a struggle to awaken the world from which they came1 the Eorld of the Flesh. And it all revolves around the Heart of the Eilderness1 a magical fiddle1 and a fiddlestick. Strange Attractors
This volume contains eleven tales from the frontier of imagination1 stories that are1 by turn1 surreal1 satirical1 surprising1 subversive1 slapstick1 sensual and spiritual. And always stimulating. Bnto the Hight The poet seeks the illumination and freedom found in the darkest shadow of the night. )urreal1 otherworldly1 lyrical1 and filled with essential intimacy and , nonconformity. Eaiting for the ?ight -ore fun than a garbage truck full of Jombies1 which it features1 along with evil clowns and the end of the world1 all of which beset our protagonist as he sits in a left turn lane1 waiting for the traffic light to change. Ealt.s 2ait and !ybercafQ A short and Fuirky vignette about Trance Porgenson.s attempt to bring the two horse yooper town of Eatersmeet into the age of the internet. Ehat happens when backwoods ,oopers meet the world wide webD Revolution1 of course. The !onFuest of 2read A radical tale of awakening Jombies. Bt is a tribute to Oropotkin1 told in the first person plural. Poyride Ready for laugh-out-loud adventureD Poin !aptain Eill Power as he tries to save 2ugtown from peeping toms1 rabid guard dogs1 evil professors1 demonic toadies1 an army of Jombies1 religious Jealots and drive by shooters. The only Fuestion is4 who will protect 2ugtown from !aptain Eill PowerD Pesus Freaks
Take a gander at %=;$s era acid casualties1 and the merits of what is considered a good book. -ean and 'espicable This is the definitive history of Pim )ummers1 the farmer.s gunslinger. Bn the %<<$s1 tension between lumber businesses and homesteaders in -ichigan.s 0pper Peninsula almost rivaled the range wars further west. Pim )ummers was at the heart of it. Trouble !omes to Town The seFuel to Ealt.s 2ait and !ybercafQ. -ad bomber1 Ryan !hartier comes to Eatersmeet in search of a pay phone. Robin of the Hood He steals from the rich and gives to the poor. A real trickster outlaw1 Robin is. Hilariously devious. Cone Corilla A biJarre fantasy adventure. The protagonist seeks to evade the ever present Higgs 2oson. ,ou can never outrun that gone gorilla. )ong of the Eandering Hunter The seFuel to Bnto the Hight. The wandering hunter evades pursuit as he comes to understand the intimate unity underlying all that e+ists. Eill he be able to pass his discovery along before he is hunted down himselfD
!urderer"s S y # $nder Shattered S ies, %oo &
0nder shattered skies1 fifty-seven illegal immigrants are murdered outside of the town of Heater1 AriJona1 a dying town in a dying civiliJation. Their deaths in a ritual sacrifice awaken )heriff *lliot Pierce1 Father Albert Hayne1 pregnant survivor -aria 'iaJ and all of the people of Heater to an evil as abhorrent as what is happening in the sky overhead1 an evil that is linked to what is happening in the sky1 to their fate and to the fate of the entire world. -urdererLs )ky is the first book of the speculative1 dystopian horror trilogy 0nder )hattered )kies. )et in a world not too different from our own1 a world where humanity has passed the point of no return in its e+ploitation of the planet1 a world where the monster threatening the future of life on this planet is the sociopathic inclination of its
dominant species. Bs there still a chance to save it allD Perhaps1 but only if we can overcome isolationist tendencies and achieve a new degree of empathy with the world in which we live. !an that happenD 5r are we damned to commit suicide by ignoranceD Find out in 0nder )hattered )kies. Daemon S y # $nder Shattered S ies, %oo '
The multi-threaded plot of 0nder )hattered )kies is on the move even as the sky itself is on the move. Bn the second book of the series1 'Rmon )ky1 our many characters draw ine+orably closer to their fate. And we are given our first close look at the evil behind the plot to cull the population through atmospheric cataclysm1 as well as a glimpse through the eyes of -artin Ross and his henchman1 >ince Riker. 'Rmon )ky takes the suspense1 the intrigue and the terror up another notch1 transcending the plot through the interweaving , of characters1 storyline and imagination1 to deliver the reader into a whole new realm of speculative fiction. !ourning S y # $nder Shattered S ies, %oo (
This is the final book of the 0nder )hattered )kies trilogy. The sky erupts1 raining devastation upon the town of Heater1 AriJona1 and upon the entire world. Albert Hayne1 )heriff Pierce1 Oevin Howell1 -aria 'iaJ and all the other characters struggle to survive1 fighting against racial hatred1 Jombies1 the military and daemonic forces. This climactic novel takes us to new dimensions of suspense1 thrills and horror. Song of )*istence
P' Allen.s first post 3uantum -editations novel. A tale of visionary fiction. A hunchback and social outcast plants the seeds to awaken everyone on a broken world. Bn a world where power is appropriated from the many and coveted by the few1 Hawk 'escending discovers that power is the innate heritage of everything that e+ists. He undertakes a magical Fuest to e+plore the true music at the heart of all that e+ists1 and to perform this song openly where all can share in it. 2eautiful and heartbreaking1 )ong of *+istence is filled with uncharted depths of wisdom and enlightenment. All of us are victims. All of us are heroes. )ome of us are monsters. Hone of us are victims. Hone of us are heroes. And the monsters are never what they appear to be. Poetry +uantum !editations, %oo -ne ,
3uantum -editations is a living work of literature capable of lighting a fire in the readerLs mind and transforming reality. The meditations had their genesis in a personal crisis and resulting transformation. As such1 they are a record of a voyage through inner and outer universes1 and a map for others to follow. The simple act of reading the meditations is sufficient to carry the reader along on this voyage. Along the way1 the -editations cross frontiers of physics1 consciousness and the relationship between the individual and the universe. The -editations bridge Fuantum physics1 Taoism and hermetic alchemy1 along with countless other subGects. The first volume includes riddle1 the )ong of *+istence series1 )acred Crove1 Passing Through1 Abundance Bs1 ?andscape1 )ource1 *nergy1 Relativity1 )oul -ates1 !reation1 5ur )ong1 -andala1 )leeping the 'reamer 'reamed1 *ternal Round1 2ell 2ook and !andle1 the !reativity series1 A )orrow of Ravens1 ?ife and How Ee ?ive Bt1
Honlinear1 The )inging -akes Bt )o1 Thought Flows1 Pictographs1 The )ecret Power of Respiration1 The *ssence of -agic1 -e -yself and B1 )tepping )tones1 Transmitter1 )omething Bn -otion1 Ride the 'ragon1 )weet Honey in the Rock1 0niversal Form1 0nderworld1 )kein1 EiJards All1 The Truth in a Hame1 2reathing )eeing 2eing1 the Physics of *+istence series1 All ,ou Are1 -y ?ove and B1 the 2reathing -iracles series1 Rippling1 Prepare ,ourself for a -iracle1 *ternal Eell1 The -erry Centleman1 the Trickster )eries1 the 2irthing ?eviathan series1 )piraling 5ut1 -y ?ove !omes Riding1 the Fey Tune series1 the )ecret of -anifestation series1 the )ummonsing the *agles series1 the Bmagine series1 the -yth series and much more. +uantum !editations .'
Bncludes -y ?ove !omposed1 The 'ance of ?ife1 Eorld -aking 'reams1 Response of the Crasshopper1 Heliocentric1 The >ibration Purple1 the 'BA series , Mmeditations composed during a tour o" t e #etroit Institute o" t e !rtsN1 !onnecting the 'ots1 the Carden of Allowing series1 !onscious -anifestation1 Fractal1 Awareness Flows1 Ee Are the Frontier1 Eave Forms1 'iamond1 The !ycle of ?ife1 Take a 'eep 2reath1 The Fallacy of Action1 Ealking on Hot !oals is *asy !ompared to1 The Hature of Thought1 'reamers of Eorlds1 Eeaving a Thoughtform1 -emes1 The )ecret of Affirmations1 The 0niverse )peaks1 Havigating Bnfinity1 *scher )tairs1 A 2ellows 2e1 The Eaters Ehere ,ou )wim1 The Bnvisible -an1 The Anniversary series M"or Elizabet N1 and much more. +uantum !editations .(
Bncludes The 0niverse )peaks1 Havigating Bnfinity1 *scher )tairs1 A 2ellows 2e1 The Eaters Ehere ,ou )wim1 The Bnvisible -an1 The Anniversary series M"or Elizabet N1 Hote in a 2ottle1 *+ponential !urve1 Fruit of the Raven1 The 2lade of ?ight1 ?oosening
Form1 the Eho Am B series1 )piral 5rbit1 Field of >ision1 A True -iracle1 The RavenLs Tale1 The ?aughter of !haos1 The Eay of -agic series1 Honlinear Path1 The )ong of the Eell1 )cripting1 and much more. Also includes the essay1 Ehat Bs *nergyD +uantum !editations ./
!ontains The )ong of ,our 2ecoming1 !ircular Attractor1 )tellar Thoughtforms1 0nder Bnfinity1 -y >ision of ,ou1 The PainterLs Palette1 ?etLs Cet Physical1 the ?andscape of Awareness1 The Hature of Turbulence1 the Purpose of Turbulence1 the 2eltane series1 -orning Finds -e Here1 the !rossroads series1 the )tate of *+istence1 Attuned to the Eonder1 The 'istance of !reation1 !haotic 2rain1 The ?ens of !onsciousness1 The Eorld of -agic1 The Thief of 5ne1 Honlinear Thought and so much more. +uantum !editations .0
!ontains the )chrSdingerLs !at series1 Raindrops on the Pond1 The Hature of >ibration1 )ynchronicity1 the 2order of !onsciousness series1 The 0nited !hoir of !onsciousness1 The )ong of Atoms !ells and )tars1 'ueling 'elusions1 the -andelbrotLs )et series1 Bnflection Points1 The Hature of ,our ?attice1 the )oliton series1 Thought Radiates1 The Hero of a Thousand Faces1 Painter on a Tightrope1 the Eell of !haos1 The Hth 'egree of Freedom1 the *ntropy series1 The Creat Cod !haos1 the Bntimacy series1 Cestalt )elves1 )ong 2etween 0s1 The )ong of ,our 2ecoming1 and so much more. +uantum !editations .1
Bncluding Bn the Cenes1 !oevolution1 Eaking Caia1 The !risis of *volution1 ?andscape of 'elinFuent 'reams1 0niversal -andelbrot1 The ?attice of 2eing1 )ystemic )hifts1 This 2lossoming -oment1 *nergy is Awareness1 Tygote1 *ntanglement1 The -usic ?essons series1 the Province of !reativity1 2order Ealkers1 !haos is 5ur 'river1 !hildren of !haos1 The Power of 2eliefs series1 Field of *+istence1 'ream of Hucleating !hange1 'o the -ath1 Eave !ollapse1 !reative 0niverse1 and much more. +uantum !editations .2
Bncluding The *yes of )ource1 Bndigo Tribe1 The Eorldwide Eeb of *+istence series1 Thinning >eil series1 3uantum )ubGectivity1 the Thoth series1 5uroboros series1 The HaJca Plains1 the !alcination of Humanity1 The -arriage of the )un and -oon1 the Hatching *go series1 the 2osonLs )ong series1 The 2irth of !onsciousness1 The )ea of Potential and the 0niversal -ind1 the Hew Alchemy series1 Bnterference Patterns1 Fourier Transformations1 The !onfluence of Reality1 the Bmplicate series1 Awash in the 3uantum >acuum1 Hous )ommes du )oleil1 The 2oundaries of 'elusion1 Holographic )ynchronicity1 and much more. +uantum !editations .3
Bncluding Bnner ?andscapes1 !onGunction -edicine Eheel1 ?ift the >eil1 3uantum 'irectives1 the Riddle of -e1 Bntertwined1 the Habit series1 Thought and Thing1 *ntangled Fields1 !onscious Transformation1 )tring of Pearls1 Eorking the ?ooms1 )ubtle *nergy1 !aduceus1 the -echanics of -anifestation1 -instrel 'ancer Trickster1 'egree of Awareness1 Fountain of ,outh1 Tree of ?ife1 'ancing -ind1 2lessed Flowers of 'elight1 0pside 'own Tree1 the Hermes series1 Bn the 0nderworld and much more. +uantum !editations .4
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