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Thaddeus Golas

Thaddeus Golas is the author of The Lazy Man’s Guide to Enlightenment (Bantam Books). He lives in Sarasota, Florida.

— From January 1995
Essays, Memoirs, & True Stories

Cosmic Airdrome (revisited)

One way to know something is true is that you cannot back off from knowing it. You cannot go slumming in ignorance. You cannot pretend not to know what you have experienced. It is a sin to doubt it.

January 1995
Essays, Memoirs, & True Stories

The Cosmic Airdrome

The power of the false and stupid. Emotional appeals and manipulations, whether in advertising, con games, or religious sects, are always seen by intelligence as duplicitous, hypocritical, pandering. Often the appeal is so obviously false that people seem hypnotized or brainwashed.

October 1990
Essays, Memoirs, & True Stories

Understanding Pain

(Part Two)

We just happen to be participating in a peculiar local distortion of reality. The planet Earth is as near to a mistake as the law will allow.

November 1984
Essays, Memoirs, & True Stories

Pocket Physics And The Metaphysics Of Pocket Physics

If we wish to help humanity, we must first revise our assumptions about others with the understanding that ALL functional agreements are pleasurable. Having done that, the best any of us can do is communicate — whatever the form in which we do so — the information that the contracted entity is free to expand, and that the energy entity is free to cease being energy if it so desires. Merely making others more energetic, or organizing the submissively stupid, is not a solution to the human condition.

December 1982
Essays, Memoirs, & True Stories

Understanding Pain

(Part One)

How can pain be minimized? The general rule is: Be agreeable or go away.

September 1982
Essays, Memoirs, & True Stories

Do It. Expand!

Thaddeus Golas’ Enlightening Thoughts On . . . Enlightenment

Maintain the intention to be expanded.

August 1981
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