David Guy discovers a method for confronting his deepest fears.
Zig Zag Zen:Buddhism and Psychedelics Edited by Allan Hunt Badiner Chronicle Books: San Francisco, 2002 238 pp.; $24.95 (cloth) Zig Zag Zen concerns the influence of psychedelics on Buddhism, but the issue it ultimately raises is a deeper one: How important is the experience of awakening to spiritual practice? There are those, of course, who […]
[Humphreys and his wife] ran the Buddhist Lodge from their flat . . . where they had made a hideaway with a bright fire, Persian rugs, incense, golden Buddhas, and a library of magical books which promised me the most arcane secrets of the universe. . . . He is a tall, slender, and limber […]