Daniel Pinchbeck is creating books, essays, videos, podcasts
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My work advances the cutting-edge of thought in many different fields, from spirituality to ecology to political economy. My first book, Breaking Open the Head (2002), helped inspire the ongoing renaissance of cultural interest in visionary plants and psychedelics as tools for healing and self-exploration. My second book, 2012: The Return of Quetzalcoatl, looked at  the deeper levels of transformation happening now - and pointed toward truly visionary possibilities for our future. 

My new book, How Soon Is Now? ( www.howsoonisnow.info ) looks at the ecological crisis as a rite of passage for humanity and proposes, in Russell Brand's words, a "blueprint for the future." The book came out last February, and my focus now is on getting the ideas from this new book into the mainstream as I also embark on new projects. 

With your support, I can create publicity and marketing materials for How Soon Is Now? I will continue to my How Soon Is Now podcast on iTunes. I will also use funds toward the research for my next book. I really hope you will feel our vision is aligned and choose to support my ongoing creative work!

Much love,
Daniel

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For a one-time (or monthly) contribution of $50, I will send you a personally signed and inscribed copy of any one of my books. 
Original drawing
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For a one-time (or monthly) contribution of $100, I will send you an original drawing. 
Consultation
$200 or more per month 0 patrons
For a one-time (or monthly) contribution of $200, I will be delighted to meet you for coffee or, if you are far away, we can have a one-hour Skype session to discuss whatever is on your mind. Perhaps you had a difficult psychedelic journey you would like to unpack. Perhaps you have questions about the ecological situation and what you can do. Let's convene! 
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My work advances the cutting-edge of thought in many different fields, from spirituality to ecology to political economy. My first book, Breaking Open the Head (2002), helped inspire the ongoing renaissance of cultural interest in visionary plants and psychedelics as tools for healing and self-exploration. My second book, 2012: The Return of Quetzalcoatl, looked at  the deeper levels of transformation happening now - and pointed toward truly visionary possibilities for our future. 

My new book, How Soon Is Now? ( www.howsoonisnow.info ) looks at the ecological crisis as a rite of passage for humanity and proposes, in Russell Brand's words, a "blueprint for the future." The book came out last February, and my focus now is on getting the ideas from this new book into the mainstream as I also embark on new projects. 

With your support, I can create publicity and marketing materials for How Soon Is Now? I will continue to my How Soon Is Now podcast on iTunes. I will also use funds toward the research for my next book. I really hope you will feel our vision is aligned and choose to support my ongoing creative work!

Much love,
Daniel

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Tiers
Signed copy of any one of my books
$50 or more per month 0 patrons
For a one-time (or monthly) contribution of $50, I will send you a personally signed and inscribed copy of any one of my books. 
Original drawing
$100 or more per month 0 patrons
For a one-time (or monthly) contribution of $100, I will send you an original drawing. 
Consultation
$200 or more per month 0 patrons
For a one-time (or monthly) contribution of $200, I will be delighted to meet you for coffee or, if you are far away, we can have a one-hour Skype session to discuss whatever is on your mind. Perhaps you had a difficult psychedelic journey you would like to unpack. Perhaps you have questions about the ecological situation and what you can do. Let's convene!