Imagination is a core aspect of being human — allowing us to create, innovate, and enter higher states of consciousness. However, modernity and scientism have sidelined imagination, replacing our ability to experience greater truths with mechanistic thinking. For the sake of a better future, we must once again leverage the power of imagination as the great minds and movements of the past did so well. The benefits of tapping into the imaginal are supported by both ancient philosophies and the latest developments in neuroscience. Not only is imagination essential to our knowing reality to the full but to our very humanity itself.

Astral Guest — Gary Lachman, author of The Lost Knowledge of the Imagination.

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