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"What we need is a massive coming out of people who have done psychedelics and accomplished a lot." – Rick Doblin, Founder of MAPS


"One of the most important issues we strive for is our collective freedom of consciousness, we dearly need a psychedelic renaissance. This is only to come about if we reach a level of social acceptance where reason thwarts taboo. Therefore, it is imperative that more and more people like Dorian step up — we may find our consciousness revolution materialize faster than expected."


"The educational value of entheogens and psychedelics may be their capacity to reliably evoke experiences of wonder and awe, to stimulate transcendental or mystical experiences, and to catalyze a sense of life meaning or purpose." – Kenneth W. Tupper, Ph.D.
I don't know how well DMT mixes with schizophrenia.
(07-04-2014, 09:04 PM)Gemini Wolf Wrote: [ -> ]I don't know how well DMT mixes with schizophrenia.

Not very well I would think...
I did some Psychedelics when I was 23-26 (I´m 33 now). It gave me some eye opening experience, but not as eye opening as when I drowned and came back.

I´m happy that I had the experience with Psychedelics I did, but I don't see my self doing it again during this life.
(07-05-2014, 10:13 AM)Raz Wrote: [ -> ]It gave me some eye opening experience, but not as eye opening as when I drowned and came back.

Would you mind sharing that experience with us?
(07-05-2014, 10:13 AM)Raz Wrote: [ -> ]
(07-04-2014, 09:04 PM)Gemini Wolf Wrote: [ -> ]I don't know how well DMT mixes with schizophrenia.

Not very well I would think...
I did some Psychedelics when I was 23-26 (I´m 33 now). It gave me some eye opening experience, but not as eye opening as when I drowned and came back.

I´m happy that I had the experience with Psychedelics I did, but I don't see my self doing it again during this life.

I agree with you. I had a variant of Ayahuasca that was my favorite. No nausea to speak of using just the active ingredients, and it tasted great in the orange juice. But I wouldn't do it again in this life. Yes, I too am curious about your experience after drowning. And how long did it take to die by drowning? Was it painful?
(07-05-2014, 10:34 AM)anagogy Wrote: [ -> ]Would you mind sharing that experience with us?

I will share as best as I can.... This all happened about 11 years ago...

The undercurrent was to strong, no point in fighting it, after a while, the panic transitioned in to peace...
Suddenly I found my self standing in the restroom in my friends apartment, I felt a presence above me and looked up, the sealing vanished and I was awestruck and spontaneously said while breathing out "you are so beautiful", my words feeling empty compared to what I wanted to express. It was a presence so beyond my wildest imagination, an ocean of loving, living intelligence and I could feel my self gently starting to merge with it. I could feel the collective spectrum of experience from the dawn of time. If I where to say that this life and the memory frequency it holds, feels natural. I would have to say that I started to feel and remember in a frequency that felt "supernatural", as in way way more natural. Like how being awake feels more real than dreaming.

I felt like I was a goldfish who had lived it´s entire life in a tiny fish bowl and for the first time got to be on the edge of experiencing the sea.


Realizations about my life began coming to me as I gradually awakened more and more; What am I? One experience contributing to the collective experience, this is not my experience, it´s our experience.
Limited to one tiny body at one point in time? Ha! What a joke! ridiculously hilarious!
I started remembering that I had made my self forget, wondering why I had made my self forget I instantly remembered that it was a solution to a problem, we had peaked our development within that realm and this was the next clear step to take.

Then suddenly I started going back to sleep and next thing I remember I wake up in hospital, very confused about my lack of awareness... it took years for me to integrate the experience and I tried to reach back to that state of awake with the help of various drugs, lucid dreaming and OBE experiences until I came to the point where a guide told me that I was not here for the "out of body experience", I was here for the "in body experience", after that I just let it all go and started to live this life as best as I could; content with not being content about this contracted life experience, even fascinated by it...
(07-05-2014, 04:58 PM)Raz Wrote: [ -> ]I came to the point where a guide told me that I was not here for the "out of body experience", I was here for the "in body experience", after that I just let it all go and started to live this life as best as I could...

I think we all could use this piece of wisdom. I'm not here to try to get out. I will be out when it is time.

Wonderful story btw. Thanks for sharing.
We don't need things to realize life is meaningful. We need only to see meaning is inherent.
Bashar says that Life is Meaningless. That it's our job to give it meaning.
Thankyou for sharing your experience, Raz. I appreciate it.

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