Here’s some I hope for everybody out there who feels like they’re swimming upstream in this life.

May our struggle—at least sometimes—be ecstatic!

metapsychosis.com/salmon-run/

To accompany @care_save’s essay series “Transmuting the Trumpocalypse,” we are hosting live conversations on 10/26, 11/2, and 11/9 to foster learning, co-operation, and praxis.

crowdcast.io/e/trumpocalypse

Here, we will not be focusing on the essays, nor even really talking about Trump...so much as about power's multidimensionality.

This event is being produced by our start-up, Cosmos.coop. So come support us and bring your most brilliant selves and...LET’S TRANSMUTE!

Caroline Savery (@care_save here on social.coop) has written a major series of essays on consciousness and collective action titled *Transmuting the Trumpocalypse: Reclaiming Power in a Memetic Warzone*, which we’ve just published on Metapsychosis.com

metapsychosis.com/trumpocalyps

We'd love to have sensitive, critical, and co-operative readers —who could also add some thoughtful commentary in our forum.

Please check out the page and if you feel so moved, join the conversation...and toot widely!

"I know now that that the overblown doom-and-gloom Wizard of Oz is just a little man trying to look big—the ego within me. And this practice is how I have become resilient.”

— from -op organizer Caroline Savery’s essay series on u-know-hoo, which I’m up late working on editing for Metapsychosis.com. Coming soon!

social.coop/media/TH_F0_d6jXuy

Nice find at the Tiny Free Library at 6th & Main in . (Note the cigarette burn on the cover; it's like found art.)
social.coop/media/6tDW-J0PgDnw

This topic might be a little out there for some folks, but I'd love to hear some new voices in the conversation.

Torus, Time-Space, and Themes of History: A Doughnutology?

infiniteconversations.com/t/to

New music on Metapsychosis.

Listen to STREETS OF PARIS, an original song by Paul Maylone.

metapsychosis.com/streets-of-p

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