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Now, I would be first in line if I wasn’t so afraid of spiders, and in psychedelic experience you pretty much get what you expect. An eye opening interpretation of the Tibetan Book of the Dead which seeks to both explain each Bardo and their sub categories while giving tips on how to achieve enlightenment and remain ego-free when experiencing them.
I will definitely be utilizing the instructions written in the last part of the book the next time I trip sit for someone. The book was very informative, well written and will be very useful in future trips as much of the information was quite analogous to experiences either myse An eye opening interpretation of the Tibetan Book of the Dead which seeks to both explain each Bardo and their sub categories while giving tips on how to achieve enlightenment and remain ego-free when experiencing them.
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The book was very informative, well written and will be very useful in future trips as much of the information was quite analogous to experiences either myself or my friends have had. Nowadays, and in the past, people thought Tim Leary was wrong. Also, I gave this manual an extra star because he said some stuff I hadn’t really seen anywhere else yet. So I boosted the score to make it seem a little better than it is which could make more people read it.
By that morfos, should everyone read this even though those not into the subject will most likely find it nonsensical and silly?
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mortks People can go their entire lives without having a psychedelic experience, which would be akin to nev Nowadays, and in the past, people thought Tim Leary was wrong. People can go their entire lives without having a psychedelic experience, which would be akin to never having loved or had a sexual experience, or anything like that.
You don’t need them, apparently, but at the very least they are interesting and can lead to development.
So you arguably don’t have to experience any of it to be enlightened. Do you really need all points of view and details? Any more intense or strange than that is just death. You aren’t human anymore. And also, the liivro. Marijuana is a mild psychedelic. You can get slight, closed eye visuals and patterns with it, ranging from mathematical girds to strange characters, although they aren’t exactly animated or alive. With psychedelics such as acid, DMT, or psilocybin, you can get straight, overt alien contact.
Or, sentient intelligent life form contact. Sometimes they are humanoids. There are other people tietano already when you get stoned enough and arrive at the place. In this book it is hypothesized they are human ancestors, in strange form. It doesn’t necessarily mean you’ll meet your deceased aunt there. But it’s the universal life form spirit.
I don’t necessarily agree that it’s all in your head. But saying that helps one stay calm so they don’t freak out, a risk which happens when certain people get too stoned off psychedelics.
I would urge smart enough people to try it at least once or so, if they need a challenge or if they have any input on what is actually going on in this thing we call life.
Be sure to note that this is a manual – making it a boring read if you’re interested in psychedelics only in theory.
It’s somewhat repetitive, which is not necessarily a criticism, with a very reassuring tone. Some of Leary’s underlying assumptions moortos questionable from an intellectual perspective, but f Be dod to note that this is a manual – making it a boring read if you’re interested in psychedelics only in theory.
Some of Leary’s underlying assumptions are questionable from an intellectual perspective, but for the most part I didn’t find dso to be exceptionally obscurantist, maybe just a bit ambitious.
This book is an tibftano look at the mind set in the 60’s established by Leary and others. I think the new introduction offers a lot of perspective 40 years later and really sets the stage for the writings of Leary and so forth. This definitely has made me want to read the actually Tibetan Book of the Dead and to really see how they adapted their psychedelic experiences to those teachings.
Written by 60s counterculture icon and father of acid culture, Timothy Leary and his associates, this book provides a detailed account of the psychedelic experience and how to prepare for the journey, using the Tibetan Bardo Thodol colloquially known as the Tibetan Book of the Dead to enumerate the characteristics of psychedelic states with the “bardo”, or between states, of Tibetan Tantra as a model.
Perhap “The Psychedelic Experience” is one of the premier classics of psychedelic literature. Perhaps a bit esoteric for those who are not intimate with the teachings of the Bardo Thodol though great effort is made to make these teachings accessible in the book. Very interesting translation, and I’m thankful for it as honestly I’ve had some trouble plowing through others. Interesting reading it in the context of psychedelic experience rather than physical death. This viewpoint made it more clear for me and provided various levels to consider to experience and states of mind and transitions in general.
I also really enjoyed the introductions, particularly David Pinchbeck’s. Strikingly cogent and poetically profound, Leary succeeds in an incredible feat – to, at the very least, paint a picture of consciousness and the ego’s drive to understand and validate its reality. Whether made applicable as a “manual”, I vos it’s quite a compelling mortod into the elements of our psyche, its limits – and what lies beyond. Interesting to see how complete their understanding of the Psychedelic experience was so quickly.
Their insights into the connection tibetxno the mottos experience and “spiritual” experiences were interesting but the fact that they would acknowledge where their knowledge ends is also refreshing.
A Experiência Psicodélica – Um Manual Baseado no Livro Tibetano dos Mortos
Insightful and bountiful with techniques bound to and free from the Tibetan Book. This is a must read for psychonauts of all kinds, offering a starting point or space of refreshment. Excellent guide when preparing for a trip. A wonderful illustration of Americana–take an ancient venerated text the Tibetan Book of the Dead and appropriate it for your own purposes totally unrelated. Very useful if you are thinking to get a psychedelic trip. There’s definitely an understanding curve based on your own past interest and experience.
Good read for anyone though. Leary may have burned out half of his brain cells with such experiments but if you want psychonautics there’s nothing finer. Danyell rated it really liked it Apr 20, Sara rated it really liked it Apr 29, Harmony rated it really liked it Aug 16, David Logan rated it really liked it Jul 06, Jenny Craddock rated it really liked it Aug 29, Mark Schmidt rated it really liked it Jun 06, Rusty Roberts rated it really liked it Apr 05, Darius rated it really liked it Feb 25, Robbie Bryant rated it really liked it Nov 19, Jordan Fleshman rated it really liked it Feb 23, L rated it really liked it Jan 14, Ivan rated it really liked it Jun 02, Timothy Francis Leary was an American writer, psychologist, futurist, modern pioneer and advocate of psychedelic drug research and use, and one of the first people whose remains have been sent into space.
An icon of s counterculture, Leary is most famous as a proponent of the therapeutic and spiritual benefits of LSD. He coined and popularized the catch phrase “Turn on, tune in, drop out. Books by Timothy Leary.
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