Who needs AA anyway?
I can attest to this!
The psychedelic drug psilocybin (the active ingredient in “magic mushrooms”) may produce lasting, positive changes in personality, new research finds. People who took the drug showed increases in the key personality dimension of openness — being amenable to new ideas, experiences and perspectives — more than a year later.
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“Fourteen months after participating in the study, 94% of those who received the drug said the experiment was one of the top five most meaningful experiences of their lives; 39% said it was the single most meaningful experience”
Who says you need the DMT drug to get to that higher state of consciousness?
Disclaimer: Mystical experiences are not to be taken lightly. These are not recreational indulgences. A previously established serious meditative practice will render the below suggestions most effective.
The reason why this system works is because the naturally occurring DMT chemical, popularly believed to be manufactured within our pineal gland (or third eye), is at its greatest levels of concentration during sleep. By interrupting the sleep cycle during its height, we are capitalizing on this natural abundance of the spirit molecule. Additionally, many ancient cultures and indigenous people maintain the belief that the veil between this world and the spirit world is at its thinnest between the hours of 3am-4am.
This method of meditation will be most effective for those who consistently practice detachment and mindfulness in their daily lives, have instituted a daily practice of meditation, and last but not least, have had a mystical experience before. I cannot emphasize more…
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Okay, yes, I did just quote “The Matrix”…which is one of my favorite movies by the way. Makes you question your LIFE. What is reality? Are you REALLY seeing what you think you’re seeing? Or is that “brain in a vat” theory actually true? Psychedelics has a lot in common with this movie in terms of the viewpoint on knowing the “truth”.
Traditionally, people that claim to hear or see more are classified as deluded or schizophrenic, but it may be possible to increase your input bandwidth to provide you with a more representative worldview. Psychedelics show us our world in a different light, but are they showing us something that we are missing, something that is real?
I found this amazing article on Psychedelic Press UK by Dimka Drewczynski, and it is one of the most well-written articles I have read on this subject. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND reading it right here. It will be worth your while hands down.
In the meantime, I’m going to list the highlights of the article that stood out to me the most