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Un scientifique russe photographie l'âme se détachant du corps! Pour ceux qui s’intéressent à la vie après la mort, ou à une existence spirituelle après la mort, j’ai trouvé cette information qui va très certainement vous intéresser. En effet, le moment de désincarnation astrale où l’esprit quitte le corps aurait été capturé par le scientifique russe Konstantin Korotkov, qui a photographié une personne au moment de sa mort avec une caméra bioelectrographique. Une autre nouvelle à reléguer à notre section Silence Média! Eben Alexander: un neuro-chirurgien parle de vie après la mort L’image prise en utilisant la méthode Gaz Discharge Vizualisation ou GDV, une technique avancée de photographie Kirlian montre en bleu la force de vie de la personne qui quitte le corps progressivement. Selon Korotkov, le nombril et la tête sont les parties qui perdent d’abord leur force de vie (ce qui serait l’âme) et l’aine et le cœur sont les derniers endroits où l’esprit qui le corps avant de surfer vers la fantasmagorie de l’infini. Un scientifique russe photographie l'âme se détachant du corps!
How To Have An Out Of Body Experience

How To Have An Out Of Body Experience

Robert Monroe's Method In his book, Journeys Out of the Body, Robert Monroe describes a complicated-sounding technique for inducing OBEs. In part, it is similar to other imagination methods, but it starts with induction of the "vibrational state". Many spontaneous OBEs start with a feeling of shaking or vibrating, and Monroe deliberately induces this state first.
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Quantified Self | Self Knowledge Through Numbers “How do you feel right now?” Such a short question can lead us toward profound insights into our lives. But how do we ask ourselves that question? How do we keep track of our answers? There are many different ideas out there about how to tackle this seemingly simple question. Many of them focus on mood, which we’ve covered in previous Toolmaker Talks (see our posts about Happiness and Mood Panda ).

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I agree w/AE, life is about curiosity and how it shapes our being. W/O this curiousity we would find the day-to-day journey quitemundane and w/o color, taste, smell or touch. by merlin112 Apr 26

I wish I could say that I have experienced it myself! I'm a little scared & I dont have friends that have the same interests! :( by dr.kitty Apr 25

I would have to watch it again to see what you mean, but I pearl many things I don't agree with entirely... just things that pique my interests. by a.e.woods Apr 24

Interesting perspective ... Holds some merit on some level, but not all .... the process itself for example? by merlin112 Apr 24

answer to rossbury:
about random or on purpose-
in books of Elya Prygogine (on theory of chaos) he says that some of the events or process which seem to be random are in fact driven by so many causes that it makes their evolution impossible for us to calculate so we think it is random ! by j8391 Apr 22

Once we start asking our selves how far do we have to davel in the pedantics of human (trinary syntaxial sociology)^ (complex)* do we realise they wouldnt be the best judge if they needed an upgrade them selves by jwasko777 Jun 19

It comes from experience with intent, watching the shifting perception, going with the perception, and then taking the lessons with a magnifying glass, checking if they were valid or not. Don't take these with a light hearted approach, don't take everything so seriously either.

I feel the best question for yourself is; Is everything random? or Is everything on purpose, for your benefit? It's an all or nothing belief, its how you see the Universe. It's taken a while for me, but once your comfortable in your waters, its great :D just float on, down the river my fellow travelers by rossbusby Apr 10

Cool , brings up the idea of concise drug effects , reactions etc. Be great to go into detail about each . Refined down to simple facts . Then leading to listings of more lax descriptions of personal experiances . by mirlen101 Apr 9

These medicinces are best to remove ourselves from our EGO, shifting our perception so we may view it in a manner that is not our own. Medicines can alter you specific manners that can give optimal cures.

LSD breaks down our reality, forcing us to rebuild from the basics, we guide our 'trip', controlling what we wish to gain perspective on.
Mushrooms alter our reality, showing further insight and information we normally cannot percieve, the trip comes to us, we are shown what we need to.
MDMA helps with opening ourselves, we are receptive, we are expressive, we gain further insight of love and childlike wonder.
MDAI is new, its MDMA without the rush, use for meditation and 'quiet' internal perspectives, easier to remember, less physical fatigue, I feel this can force us to progress, sometimes causing 'trouble' which we will grow from having to address. (slips of tongue)
Be careful of abuse, 21 day waiting periods between sessions with synthetics. Do not hurt yourselves by abuse. by rossbusby Apr 9

I hope you achieve what you want. I needed the drugs to show me an alternative because I was so strait. Yes, strait.

My ontology is made up of energy, information and consciousness. So everything you want fits into my view as possible. Go for it! by pauljacobson Apr 8