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Home Page Erowid :: T R Y P T A M I N D . C O M :: meditation | Solar Roots Blog [ DOWNLOAD/Share while it's available ~ A free 60-min chakra "Kundalini Awakening" track utilizing binaural frequencies that are specifically mixed/tuned for headphone listening: ] ~ The Seven Human Energy Chakras ~ According to the tantric and yogic traditions of Hinduism and Buddhism, the human body has seven “force centers” or energy focal points that are used for the reception and transmission of energies. These are known as chakras. It is typical for chakras to be depicted as either flower-like or wheel-like centers for energy, which produce energy for various aspects of our lives. When tapped into through meditation, these energy channels can be used to benefit your life in many different ways. There are various ways to activate and channel energy through these chakras through meditation. Starting from the spine up, the colors of the rainbow go in order for each energy center. Sahasrara: The Crown Chakra Ajna: The Brow Chakra
Gabriel Mizrahi: Straight Trippin' In his 1968 novel The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test, Tom Wolfe proclaimed that researchers conducting experiments with LSD ("those big fat letters") were living in a "fantasy," and that: [The] fantasy was that the volunteers were laboratory animals that had to be dealt with objectively, quantitatively ... But the doctors were so out of it. They never took LSD themselves and they had absolutely no comprehension, and it couldn't be put into words anyway. The concern would not last long. Fifty years after Tom Wolfe documented that epic LSD trip on a bus called "Further," a new breed of scientists is attempting once again to put Schedule I drugs into words (peer-reviewed ones, thankfully). First, potential new therapies. Another recent analysis of clinical trials on LSD concluded that the substance helped participants treat alcohol dependency. Second, control and predictability. Third, new markets. That's a dealbreaker. Highly qualitative and in dire need of peer review, to be sure.
List of entheogens This is a list of species and genera that are used as entheogens or are used in an entheogenic concoction (such as ayahuasca). For recreational use they may be classified as hallucinogens. The active principals and historical significance of each is also listed to illustrate the requirements necessary to be categorized as an entheogen. Fauna Flora Fungi See also References Bufotenin Bufotenin (5-HO-DMT, N,N-dimethylserotonin), is a tryptamine related to the neurotransmitter serotonin. It is an alkaloid found in the skin of some species of toads; in mushrooms, higher plants, and mammals. The name bufotenin originates from the Bufo genus of toads, which includes several species of psychoactive toads, most notably Incilius alvarius, that secrete bufotoxins from their parotoid glands. Bufotenin is similar in chemical structure to the psychedelics psilocin (4-HO-DMT), 5-MeO-DMT, and DMT, chemicals which also occur in some of the same fungus, plant, and animal species as bufotenin. The psychoactivity of bufotenin has been disputed, though recent studies suggest it is similar in nature to 5-MeO-DMT. Nomenclature Bufotenin (bufotenine) is also known by the chemical names 5-hydroxy-N,N-dimethyltryptamine (5-HO-DMT), N,N-dimethyl-5-hydroxytryptamine, dimethyl serotonin, and mappine. History Sources Toads Anadenanthera seeds In 1956, Dr.
The Psychedelic Library Alas! the forbidden fruits were eaten, And thereby the warm life of reason congealed. A grain of wheat eclipsed the sun of Adam, Like as the Dragon's tail dulls the brightness of the moon. The files in this library are transmitted under the "Fair Use" rulingsregarding the 1976 Copyright Act for NON-profit academic, research, and general information purposes. Osprey Music Download OspreyMusic Binaural Beats: Go from 12 hz down to low delta with mental alert spike up to lucid dreaming. Binaural beats or binaural tones are auditory processing artifacts, or apparent sounds, the perception of which arises in the brain for specific physical stimuli. The brain produces a phenomenon resulting in low-frequency pulsations in the amplitude and sound localization of a perceived sound when two tones at slightly different frequencies are presented separately, one to each of a subject's ears, using stereo headphones. Binaural Beats Hypnosis to Sleep into Lucid Dreaming Long Induction. In addition, binaural beats have been credibly documented to relate to both spatial perception & stereo auditory recognition, and, according to the frequency following response, activation of various sites in the brain.
Can Psychedelic Drugs Help Us to Die Gratefully? Scientific studies demonstrate that psychedelic drugs hold enormous potential as medicines to help us accept death and ease the dying process. When acclaimed novelist and philosopher Aldous Huxley was dying, his final words were: “LSD, 100 micrograms I.M.” Huxley’s wife Laura complied with his wishes, and the celebrated author of Brave New World crossed over the post-biological threshold into the White Light with Albert Hofmann’s magic molecules nestled in the synapses of his brain. The inspiration for this final journey was based upon the work that early LSD researchers had done with terminally ill patients; however, the relationship between the psychedelic experience and the experience of dying, death, and rebirth is ancient, and likely began in prehistory. Modern cultural links in art and music abound, and it’s no accident that the most celebrated psychedelic rock band of all-time is known as The Grateful Dead. It also improved communication between the patients and their loved ones.
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