Tag Archives: Timothy Leary

“If the doors of perception were cleansed, everything would appear to man as it is, infinite.”—William Blake

I have as friends in Stockholm two people, physicians, who are educated in psychopharmacology and other neurosciences—father and daughter, Vasil and Jeanette. They are reading this currently best-selling book, which they will lend to me when they finish reading it: … Continue reading

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The “Law of Service” and Other Findings in Hermann Hesse’s “Journey to the East”

This is the law propounded by “Leo,” the “servant” to “H.H.” in the short novel, The Journey to the East, by Hermann Hesse. (It should be noted that “Leo” is loved by animals, as well as by his fellow humans). … Continue reading

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