Jason Cole

Armchair Philosophy: An Accidental Shaman's Musings on Life, Reality and Consciousness

Armchair Philosophy: An Accidental Shaman's Musings on Life, Reality and Consciousness by Jason Cole
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nonfiction Religion, Science
For readers of:Albert Hoffman, Aldous Huxley, Hunter S. Thompson
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About the Book

What can you believe in when you can't even trust your own senses?

In 2009, Jason Cole became an accidental shaman after tripping out on Salvia divinorum, nature's most powerful hallucinogen. The experience kicked off a years-long search for answers to some of the most profound questions facing humankind. What is consciousness? Why do we exist? And is the reality that surrounds us nothing more than a facade?

By examining our reality through the startling question of whether our universe is a kind of cosmic video game, Cole examines age-old questions in an entirely new light. So settle into your comfy arm chair, and join Cole in pondering the important questions affecting everything around us.

About the Author

Jason Cole is the author of "Summer of Salvia."

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