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Psychdelic Visions

“It’s very difficult to describe psychedelic effects to someone who’s never experienced them. But here’s an attempt:

(Above: VERY similar to how mushrooms look at higher doses. The whole room distorts.)

(Above: VERY similar to medium-dose LSD/AL-LAD. I’ve seen tree bark move just like this, with stronger neon colors.)

(Above: I haven’t experienced Breathing like this myself, but probably would at higher doses of LSD/AL-LAD.)

(Above: I haven’t experienced this one myself. But seems in-line with LSD/AL-LAD.)

(Above: VERY similar to recognition of Absolute Infinity on 5-MeO-DMT. The fabric of reality become infinitely recursive. This is how Nothingness/God feels to me.)

(Above: VERY similar to recognition of Absolute Infinity on 5-MeO-DMT. The fabric of reality become infinitely recursive. This is how Nothingness/God feels to me.)

(Above: Very similar to LSD, AL-LAD, Mushrooms, 2C-B at the peak. Although not this vivid at low/med doses. Maybe it would look this vivid on a really high dose.)

(Above: I haven’t experienced this effect myself, but read about it in trip reports.)

(Above: I haven’t experienced Tracers like this myself, but commonly reported on various popular psychedelics.)

(Above: VERY similar to the patterns I usually see on mushrooms, LSD, AL-LAD, and 2C-B.)

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(Above: Similar to very strong LSD.)

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(Above: VERY similar to how I’ve seen pine tree bark on AL-LAD.)

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(Above: Haven’t experienced this effect myself, but people report it.)

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(Above: This one resembles the faint geometric patterns I see on 5-MeO-DMT on the carpet, but in real-life the patterns aren’t so opaque, just a light overlay.)

Credit: PsychonautWiki.org”

Source: https://www.actualized.org/insights?p=44

Jewels In Our Experiences As Lessons To Evolve

Life is a soul school and we are here to evolve by learning. Lessons are there in our daily life experiences. Why does that thing keep coming up or crossing your path repeatedly? Maybe there is a jewel in there, a lesson for you to evolve.

Life is a mirror. Unresolved issues on the inside will be reflecfed in our outer world.

Bliss

What is bliss? It’s a hard question. That isn’t because bliss is vague, inchoate, or unreal, but rather because surpasses the capacity of language. Bliss is so vast, boundless, and immeasurable that it encompasses every possible word or definition ever invented—and then some. This is, of course, why we continue to stress that bliss must be personally experienced, not just discussed. Like so many aspects of life, bliss is not readily apparent to our senses. Because bliss is not an object or a thing, our faculties of sight, hearing, touch, taste, and smell are not designed to detect it.

Still, let’s try.

When most people think of happiness, they think of everyday happiness. This is what we experience in our day-to-day reality. But bliss exists on an entirely different octave.

My spiritual teacher, Paramhansa Yogananda, explained that bliss is, “a transcendental state of superior calm including within itself the consciousness of a great expansion and that of ‘all in One and One in all.’” When that sense of ego, of separation, melts away, a feeling of total connectedness, of no sense of a “me” separate from all of creation descends, that is bliss consciousness.

To break that down:

Bliss is an innate state of inner joy. It is constant, undisturbed by outward gain or loss. We all have the capacity for it, no matter our age, background, physical or mental disabilities, ethnicity, gender, or religion. External circumstances, whether positive or negative, happy or sad, do not affect it.

It is a state of unity, transcendence, completeness, knowingness, wholeness, and uplifted consciousness; it is a feeling of oneness and connection with all of creation. Bliss is never boring; it feels ever new, expansive, and infinite. When bliss appears, one instantly recognizes it as the most central of all truths. Bliss is the eternal, forever unchanging reality which permeates the universe.

Bliss is where happiness, meaning, and truth converge. everything—and I do mean everything—boils down to our (sometimes subconscious) pursuit of bliss. We pursue money or relationships because we think they’ll make us happy. We pursue our vocation, our hobbies, and our life’s passions because we feel they are deeply meaningful to us. We explore science, religion, and philosophical inquiry because we want to know the truth of our existence. Bliss is the universal place that these intersect, where all questions are answered, where every fulfillment is attained.

Bliss is found in every religion but does not require a specific religion in order to know it. Bliss is the ultimate state of consciousness that every religion holds as its highest goal and achievement, though each uses different terminology to explain it. Whether we are Christian or Hindu, Jewish or Muslim, Buddhist or atheist, Wiccan or animist, Taoist or Native American, we all strive for bliss.

Bliss is like white light. Just as pure light is the totality of all color, bliss is the conglomeration of all positive qualities. When seen through the prism of spiritual awareness, the subcomponents of bliss are joy, unconditional love, inner peace, power, connectedness, awe, and wisdom. Bliss cannot even be attained, really. The soul simply realizes that bliss simply is. It is what remains after everything external and fleeting disappears.”

Source: http://seanmeshorer.com/what-is-bliss

Silver Birch: Why Does God Allow Earthquakes & Volcanoes?

“WHEN you say: “Why does God allow?” You must remember that you are trying to question the operation of the natural law. I only seek to teach the law and the experiences I have had of the law. What you call earthquakes are part of the cleansing process in the evolution of the material world. The world of matter has not yet reached a stage of perfection in evolution.” – The Silver Birch Book Of Questions & Answers

Secrets Of The Pineal Gland

The tiny pinecone-shaped gland in the center of our brain that regulates the production of melatonin and our circadian rhythm is known as the pineal. But it is also responsible for the production of the most powerful psychedelic substance known to man, DMT. Ancient civilizations knew about it and referred to it as our third eye. Could this be the secret to connecting with higher realms of consciousness and existence?

Falling Into Place

“Sometimes learning a fact is enough to make an entire series of corroborating details, previously unrecognized, fall into place.” — Jorge Luis Borges

A quote I feel I was looking for for at least a decade, without knowing I’ve been looking for it.

And yet, here it is!

It perfectly describes the subtle phenomena of intuition developing a bigger picture “behind-the-scenes”. Intuition is like magic. It’s capable of creating these spontaneous assemblages of big picture understanding, as long as you take care to feed it lots of diverse raw data. I’ve wanted to articulate this phenomena for a long time but wasn’t sure how to put my finger on it. What amazed me was that Borges articulated it within a single sentence!”

Source: https://www.actualized.org/insights?p=49