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Part two of Thresholds of Initiation picks up Michael Meade’s story of imprisonment and eventual confinement in a solitary cell.  A fascinating part of the narration occurs when the idea of fasting arises, not simply as a way of protesting, but as a way of demonstrating that a radical change in life was underway.  This leads to the idea of radical initiation, the role of rites of passage in traditional cultures, and the concept of initiation being not only valuable, but vital in this time of radical change and confusion.


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