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  1. Psychedelic readings SirVladimir
    [Requesting Feedback]: Reading On Cannabis
    After 3 years here on the forum, I finally have a tangible mission worth sharing! 
    Some of you know I wrote the world's first book meant to be read under psychedelics.
    So, here are 3 short stories on which everyone can test this activity out:
    A sample from Journeys Beyond Earth Volume 1.pdf
    All instructions are there, everything is prepared for you.
    EDIT: Changed the title and central maxim a tiny bit. The file is updated. The main focus is now on cannabis instead of psychedelics. Anyone who has it available, I would appreciate your feedback on this activity. Cheers and enjoy!!

  2. Textbook Textbook
    Hi everyone  
    I am excited to announce a little project I've been working on for the past couple of months.
    The Textbook!
    I have assembled a document of summaries of foundational videos based on the "Start Here" section of the website. In addition, there are some extra video summaries at the end.
    A lot of these summaries were written by me but I would also like to acknowledge that a very major part of the work came from the video summary thread and also some YouTube comments. I would like to thank @Juan Cruz Giusto, @TimStr, @Huz, @Nic, @Hello from Russia, @AleksM, and @Dan Arnautu from this forum for their significant and very helpful contributions. 
    I have tried as best I can to standardise the format, but doing this perfectly would take a massive amount of time. So please do note that the summaries are written by different authors with different stylistic preferences, some with English as a second language. Secondly, there are still small mistakes and probably some typos that I haven't picked up.
    This document is best suited for:
    -People who have seen the videos and want brief notes
    -People who are up to speed with the latest videos and have followed for a while, understanding the conceptual frameworks within spirituality
    For complete newbies, or people who have recently joined, the summaries may confuse you a little so I recommend you watch the original videos. A lot of the nuance and subtlety is lost in text.
    This is version 1.0 and I have linked word and pdf attachments to this post. 
    You are free to download them and modify them as you see fit. However, if you wish to update this version (i.e. fixing mistakes or adding in more fundamental videos) for the community, please keep a couple of things in mind:
    - There is a changelog on the 2nd page, so please insert changes made and also update the version number (i.e 1.1 from small fixes or 2.0 when a significant amount of content is added)
    - Also, please consider that when content is added, page numbers may not sync up so you will have to update them.
    Think of this as the textbook for the undergraduate course.
    - Watching the video is like going to class
    - The textbook is like all your classes in one place in note form.
    - To get a good grasp and to orientate yourself you will need a massive theory base at the beginning (i.e an 3-4 year undergrad degree)
    - Taking action and watching the advanced videos will be like post-graduate study
    - Doing this work seriously and taking massive amounts of action, and going off on your own is like doing a PhD
    You need to get the basic theory down BUT YOU MUST NOT GET LOST IN THEORY AND CONCEPTS. Orientate yourself, and go take action (a Masters/PhD candidate does experiments in the lab, he doesn't just sit in lecture theatres) 
    My main reason for assembling this is I see a lot of wasted time on the forum (myself included) of theorising and arguing and advanced people not communicating at the newbie level to newbies. Don't get me wrong, the forum is a great place and many people have helped me here (thank you!)
    This is my parting gift to the community. I saw that I avoided doing the work by visiting the forum too much so I will be leaving to do the work for the next 5-10 years. My main focus is embodying and fully integrating stage orange, green, and yellow, as well as doing the spiritual practices and planning for psychedelic retreats.
    Finally, @Leo Gura, I'm so sick of hearing your voice. I've probably listened to 20 of your videos in the last 3 days  I only now have caught a tiny glimpse of how much work has been put in by you over the past 5 years. Thank you for what you do! I'll still be sticking around for the advanced stuff  
    Actualized Textbook.docx
    Actualized Textbook.pdf

  3. How to do telepathy
    How to do telepathy 
    Real telepathy

  4. Psychoanalyst option
    I am enlightened. Sincere seekers: ask me anything
    ok i'll try that! Let me book mark this post...

  5. Talking to dc's
    Talking to dream characters
    When I get lucid, one of my favorite things to do is find a random dream character to engage conversation with, ask pre-selected questions, or just to see what random things they may respond with.
    Their answers range from hilarious to downright creepy. As if sometimes they don't want to be engaged, and sometimes you find a real talker. Sometimes they become withdrawn and irritated, and sometimes they are very exuberant and open. Kind of sounds like Samuel in real life, but that's not where this post is going... 
    There are different experiments you can do while engaging in conversation with dream characters:
        Using it as direct communication with your subconscious, asking questions that may be revealing to certain topic you are working on in personal development. Play around with their sense of existence. This one is very intriguing to me, because often times when pointing out that this is just a dream, or that this is not real, many dream characters lash out and assure you that it is. There are cases of dream characters saying things like,  "I'm dreaming you." But these are less common, from what I have read. I have personally experienced the Angst when revealing the illusion to a dream character, and I have also had others agree with me that it is a dream. One thing I struggle with is do my dream characters, my creations(as I assume them to be) , truly think they are real? Or is it just a bunch of false memories implanted into them when needed.  Just to laugh and see what wacky and sometimes creepy things your  sub conscious may spit out at you when asking dream characters a particular question. I have also noticed that I have no inhibitions to go up to any dream character, sometimes even imposing on their personal space, and engage them in conversation. Yet when awake (whatever that means), I am socially awkward and have to force myself. The reason I bring this up is because for the last few days, I've considered if I would go up to a random person in this world, and ask them some random question just to see what random answer might come out. Asking something in either reality seems closely similar, in regards to how random or not- random the responses are, if all is truly one(zero, whatever).  But I can't bring myself to do it, just yet. Perhaps it's ego holding me back or some other force I have yet to realize.
    Would love to hear any accounts of speaking to dream characters and the responses. Unfortunately Samuel doesn't keep a good dream journal, so I'll have to remember or try to find one already written, or just wait till my next lucid dream. I'll keep ya'll updated...

  6. Self inquiry videos
    what type of meditation is the best
    It has many names but essentially the same thing. Self Inquiry/Being aware of being aware/Self remembering/Pure Witnessing/Resting as awareness or I AM etc.
    I'll link some of the most short, lucid discussions on this I've found. The last one will be a bit longer. Just keep 2 things as fundamental strategies in this process for now.
    1) Nothing perceivable or conceivable can be me. I can't be an object if I'm aware of that object. Do not turn the Subject into an object that is sitting at a distance somewhere and seeing all other objects. This is super important.
    2) This self-awareness practice becomes a non doing. It doesn't have to be limited to a particular meditation sitting. It can go on all day as it gets natural and you start getting a 'feel' for it. Almost like learning to ride a bicycle and finding your balance.
    (sorry for the late reply. I had to revisit them in order to make sure )