Modern mindfulness meets '70s nostalgia in this fully revised classic, packed with over 250 activities to transcend the limits of ordinary consciousness without drugs. Part encyclopedia and part self-help, it’s perfect for readers looking to explore the untapped potential of mind and body.
Ed Rosenfeld is a writer, editor, and technology consultant based in New York. A founding editor of Omni magazine, he has written three volumes on neural networks, edited AnOral History of Gestalt Therapy, and penned the libretto to the opera Huxley's Last Trip. As psychedelics became illegal, he originally wrote The Book of Highs in 1973 to focus on ways to alter consciousness without drugs.
Andrew Weil, M.D., is a world-renowned leader and pioneer in the field of integrative medicine, a healing-oriented approach to health care, which encompasses body, mind, and spirit. He holds undergraduate and medical degrees from Harvard University. Approximately 10 million of Dr. Weil's books have been sold, including Spontaneous Healing, 8 Weeks to Optimal Health, and Healthy Aging.