“Jinn and Adam’s Ribb”

Mythology is the most powerful concept of mankind; our species will flourish or crumble to dust depending on if we comprehend the portal between hell or paradise, for technology removes limits, and without our myths, there is nowhere to make a stand for what it means to be human, in the most important and last challenge our species will face.

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Laos; A Spiritual Land and developing nation worth visiting for Explorers

When it comes to Southeast Asia, the countries that are thought of typically in the minds of travelers, are Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam. There is no doubt that these countries are havens for backpackers, flashpackers and gap year kids looking for a little adventure and to chase the sun in a region that is considered … Continue reading Laos; A Spiritual Land and developing nation worth visiting for Explorers

Interview with Alex Tsakiris of Skeptiko

Recently I had the chance to do an interview with Alex Tsakiris, host of Skeptiko. For those who are not familiar with 'Skeptiko,'¬†http://skeptiko.com is a leading podcast and platform that discusses the science behind consciousness, paranormal and other metaphysical phenomena. Mr. Tsakiris has interviewed a wide variety of prestigious scientists, scholars, experiencers and thinkers. He … Continue reading Interview with Alex Tsakiris of Skeptiko

Why modern mainstream science needs an overhaul

Many of us like to think, or at least an increasing number of people in my generation, millennials, that the world's most prominent and mainstream scientists have the best knowledge and perspective on the reality of life, why we are here, whats our purpose and even, the origin of consciousness. Increasing numbers of individuals in … Continue reading Why modern mainstream science needs an overhaul

Exploring Theravada Buddhism in Xishuangbanna China

In fall 2017, I embarked on my first expedition in Yunnan Province China. I received a grant from the Explorers club to conduct an ethnographic study on Theravada Buddhism among the Dai people in Xishuangbanna prefecture. With help from a professor, I applied for the grant while I was in university and studying cultural anthropology. … Continue reading Exploring Theravada Buddhism in Xishuangbanna China