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Association Française du Transpersonnel

Association Française du Transpersonnel

Arnaud Desjardins On ne pense pas à Arnaud Desjardins comme exemple de Non-Dualité. Cette dernière est en général laconique, alors qu'Arnaud Desjardins est prolixe. Mais le message est bien profond, jusqu'au dépassement de la dualité. Nous le conseillons aux personnes désireuses d'explication en détail pour atteindre le déconditionnement dualiste. "L'ego qui aime, qui n'aime pas. Et si j'essaie de ne plus penser? Vous pourriez être parfaitement, totalement libres même s'il y a encore des sensations de malaise, même s'il y a encore une pensée qui passe, même s'il y a encore tout ce qui vous fait dire que vous n'êtes pas libérés. Si vous pouviez vous abstenir du moindre commentaire, si vous pouviez ne plus faire de différence entre libération et non-libération, vous seriez à l'instant même libérés. Voilà la libération: être situé du côte du ciel et regarder passer les nuages qui ne vous voilent plus ni le ciel, ni la lumière du soleil.

Threpeutia Altered state of consciousness An altered state of consciousness (ASC),[1] also called altered state of mind, is any condition which is significantly different from a normal waking beta wave state. The expression was used as early as 1966 by Arnold M. Ludwig[2] and brought into common usage from 1969 by Charles Tart.[3][4] It describes induced changes in one's mental state, almost always temporary. A synonymous phrase is "altered state of awareness". Concept[edit] The term "altered state of consciousness" was introduced and defined by Ludwig in 1966.[5] An altered state of consciousness is any mental state induced by physiological, psychological, or pharmacological maneuvers or agents, which deviates from the normal waking state of consciousness.[5] Some observable abnormal and sluggish behaviors meet the criteria for altered state of consciousness.[6] Altered states of consciousness can also be associated with artistic creativity[7] or different focus levels. Causes[edit] Accidental and pathological causes[edit] Fasting

AXIALMEDIA - accueil: cliquez ci-dessous EFT, Emotional Freedom Technique en français. DMT, Moses, and the Quest for Transcendence by Cliff Pickover, Reality Carnival "DMT in the pineal glands of Biblical prophets gave God to humanity and let ordinary humans perceive parallel universes." The molecule DMT (N,N-Dimethyltryptamine) is a psychoactive chemical that causes intense visions and can induce its users to quickly enter a completely different "environment" that some have likened to an alien or parallel universe. Author Terence McKenna has used DMT and feels that, "Right here and now, one quanta away, there is raging a universe of active intelligence that is transhuman, hyperdimensional, and extremely alien... DMT is also naturally produced in small quantities in the human brain, and it has been hypothesized that DMT is produced in the pineal gland in the brain. Is it possible that the reality exposed to humans by injecting DMT is in some sense a valid reality, on par with our normal reality? What is the guarantee that our minds are naturally designed to sense the "true reality"? Responses from Readers

Bien être, mieux être: Toutes les méthodes d'épanouissement personnel pour le bien être Arte Systemica - Constellations systémiques et constellations familiales - Rituals enhance health Study finds no deficits among American Indians who use peyote regularly American Indians who use the hallucinogen peyote regularly in connection with religious ceremonies show no evidence of brain damage or psychological problems, report researchers at Harvard-affiliated McLean Hospital. In fact, members of the Navajo tribe who regularly use peyote actually scored significantly better on several measures of overall mental health than did subjects from the same tribe who were not members of the religious group and did not use the hallucinogen, according to a paper published in the Nov. 4 issue of Biological Psychiatry. "We found no evidence that these Native Americans had residual neurocognitive problems. Beyond that, the peyote users scored better on several measures of the Rand Mental Health Inventory (RMHI), a test used to diagnose psychological problems and determine overall mental health, he said. "This study applies only to Native Americans in this church," said Harrison G.

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