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Author: Liminal Warmth

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Does magic really work? What does "working" even mean, and what might it look like if it did work? Chaotic Thinking is a new podcast exploring magick, the occult, and everything else on the periphery of the normal human experience from a discerning, rational perspective. In this podcast, we explore concepts from chaos magic, tarot, meditation, entheogens, neurology, theology, and science in an effort to better understand the what, why, and how of magical practice.
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In this very special episode of Chaotic Thinking, Lim talks with her Uncle about his spiritual practice and the nature of magic. This episode was taken from an old recorded conversation on Skype, so apologies in advance for the quality!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/liminal_warmth)
In this very special episode of Chaotic Thinking, Lim talks with her Grandma about a lifetime of paranormal experiences and shares some insight about her family background that led her to her interests in magic. This episode was taken from an old recorded conversation on Skype, so apologies in advance for the quality!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/liminal_warmth)
Lim finishes interviewing Dr. Daniel M. Ingram, author of the book Mastering the Core Teachings of the Buddha, medical doctor, and one of the founders of the EPRC. In the third episode of this three part interview, Lim and Daniel discuss astral travel, realms of being, levels of dreaming, evoking entities, the impact of drugs on magical experience, and discuss the nature of God and the divine.Daniel's Website: https://www.integrateddaniel.info/The Website for the EPRC: https://theeprc.org/Mastering the Core Teachings of the Buddha: https://www.mctb.org/Daniel on Twitter: https://twitter.com/danielmingramSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/liminal_warmth)
Lim continues interviewing Dr. Daniel M. Ingram, author of the book Mastering the Core Teachings of the Buddha, medical doctor, and one of the founders of the EPRC. In the second episode of this three part interview, Lim and Daniel discuss how weirdly accurate tarot is, why people don't take magic seriously, whether magic should be kept secret, what's happening with the placebo effect, and the impact of disbelief on magical effects. Be sure to check back in two weeks for the last part of this three part series!Daniel's Website: https://www.integrateddaniel.info/The Website for the EPRC: https://theeprc.org/Mastering the Core Teachings of the Buddha: https://www.mctb.org/Daniel on Twitter: https://twitter.com/danielmingramSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/liminal_warmth)
Lim interviews Dr. Daniel M. Ingram, author of the book Mastering the Core Teachings of the Buddha, medical doctor, and one of the founders of the EPRC. In the first episode of this three part interview, Lim and Daniel discuss his experiences with magic, dig into hard questions about what might be happening when people have subjective magical experiences, and discuss how to train your mind for greater access to these states. Be sure to listen to the two follow-up episodes in this fascinating series!Daniel's Website: https://www.integrateddaniel.info/The Website for the EPRC: https://theeprc.org/Mastering the Core Teachings of the Buddha: https://www.mctb.org/Daniel on Twitter: https://twitter.com/danielmingramSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/liminal_warmth)
Lim and Aella discuss Lim's war on Calvinism, how to define identity, the nature of reality from a Christian lens, Rationalists moving to woo and Christianity, awareness of the self and experiences on acid, facing your demons, defining enlightenment, the characters we all play, and whether magic is real.Follow @aella_girl on Twitter!Aella’s blog: https://knowingless.com/Aella’s Links: https://linktr.ee/aellagirlAella's Company: https://www.askhole.io/Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/liminal_warmth)
Lim discusses James L. Kent's Psychedelic Information Theory book with him and chats about the nature of consciousness, conjuring spirits, modern shamanism, auras, overcoming fear, and LSD.Psychedelic Information Theory: http://psychedelic-information-theory.com/James L. Kent's website: http://jamesk.net/James on Twitter: https://twitter.com/jameslkentSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/liminal_warmth)
Lim interviews Default Friend about her experiences participating in a Wiccan coven, the Psychic Vampire Court of Austin, Faerie Magic, manifesting famous people, and Thelemic ritual.Follow @Default_Friend on Twitter and check out her substack newsletter, Default Wisdom!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/liminal_warmth)
Lim and Eigen discuss the nature of magic, people who can talk to animals, psychedelic narrative and the soul of art, Ted Kaczynski's alternate reality podcast, fun historical magical stories, and why it might (or might not) be a bad idea to edit your own memories.Follow @eigenrobot on Twitter! Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/liminal_warmth)
Lim and Selene discuss growing up religious with beliefs in actual demons, tarot validity, the risks of tulpamancy, meditation, possible psychic links between mothers and babies, and baby witches hexing the moon.Follow @selentelechia on Twitter! Links from the show:Mark D Lippman Meditation TechniquesBaby Witches Hex the MoonSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/liminal_warmth)
In the second part of this two part episode, Liminal Warmth discusses the magical, spiritual, and other risks you may expose yourself to as a result of deep occult study or practice. This podcast is a companion piece to her longer text article on the same topic, which you can read at the link below.The Risks of Studying (or Practicing) Magickhttps://www.patreon.com/posts/risks-of-or-40790241Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/liminal_warmth)
In the first part of this two part episode, Liminal Warmth discusses the physical and mental risks you may expose yourself to as a result of deep occult study or practice. This podcast is a companion piece to her longer text article on the same topic, which you can read at the link below.The Risks of Studying (or Practicing) Magickhttps://www.patreon.com/posts/risks-of-or-40790241Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/liminal_warmth)
Why Study the Occult?

Why Study the Occult?

2020-08-2636:45

In this first episode of Chaotic Thinking, our host Liminal Warmth explains who she is, why occult study might be useful or interesting even for rational, educated, and intelligent adults who are skeptical of the spiritual realm, and shares some stories from her own life to explain how she got interested in the topic.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/liminal_warmth)
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Seamus Moon

Great show - terrific guest.

Oct 2nd
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