dmwrss

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  1. @VictorB02 I have SUCH a similar experience on cannabis. I haven’t worked up to proper psychedelics yet. However, cannabis gives me profound insights. It helps open my 3rd eye/vivid visual hallucinations. Indescribably beautiful cartoon-like animations. Geometric patterns. It’s given me profound, life-changing intellectual and life-purpose insights. And it’s inching me towards embodied non-dual insights at a rate my ego can handle. Adds a unique dimension to self-inquiry. I consider it a catalyst/teacher. Because I’ve been on the path for a while and I’m pursuing consciousness work, it aids with that. Whereas when I was younger and at lower consciousness, it didn’t have this effect at all. At some point I’m going to write a proper post about these experiences. But wanted to chime in here. I agree that the ultimate goal should be sober awaking. Cannabis, IMO, can be a legitimate catalyst.
  2. In the meantime, maybe dig into Kriya yoga, holotropic/shamanic breathwork ?
  3. @Serotoninluv @Leo Gura Are you aware of Raphael Milliere and his (and partners) research into ego loss/psychedelics/meditation?https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fpsyg.2018.01475/full
  4. @Serotoninluv THANK YOU for Samsara movie recco.
  5. Chuck seems to have integrated his shadow. The whole interview has great examples, but specifically 1:44:30 about his mother. Wow.
  6. Thought this was a good explanation of Infinite Intelligence/Universal Mind.
  7. I thought this Amazon ad was a perfect example of endless, infinite entertainment distraction.