Mating in Captivity
When recent Harvard grad Helen Zuman moved to Zendik Farm in 1999, she was thrilled to discover that the Zendiks used go-betweens to arrange sexual assignations, or “dates,” in cozy shacks just big enough for a double bed and a nightstand. Here, it seemed, she could learn an honest version of the mating dance—and form a union free of “Deathculture” lies. No one spoke the truth: Arol, the Farm’s matriarch, crushed any love that threatened her hold on her followers’ hearts. An intimate look at a transformative cult journey, Mating in Captivity shows how stories can trap us and free us, how miracles rise out of crisis, how coercion feeds on forsaken self-trust.
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Critical Thinking & Socratic Questioning Mastery
“Brain Meta-States Transitions Demarcate Tasks Across Contexts,” a 2020 study by Queen’s University on how new thoughts emerge, showed that your brain is a powerhouse, generating thousands of ideas a day. Most of these are random impressions, many half-forgotten before fully formed. Others will be memories of the past or wish projection into the future; neither are extraordinary intellectual feats as they feed off of self-knowledge. But what about information that comes from external sources?
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