DMT is a naturally occurring substance which exists in all of our bodies, animal kingdoms and in a number of different kind of plants. The full name is Dimethyltryptamine. It’s a neurotransmitter that is found in the pineal gland of mammals.
DMT is also known as the ¨The Spirit Molecule¨ and is one of the most potent psychoactive compound on the planet. DMT is also the active compound from the entheogenic brew Ayahuasca that indigenous groups in the Amazon rainforest have used sacramentally for millennia in their healing and spiritual traditions. DMT is also recognize by other names or ¨Street Names¨like Fantasia, Businessman´s trip, Businessman´s special, Dimitri and 45-minute psychosis. It is believed that DMT act as a serotonin receptor and that it may increase the perceived activity of this neurotransmitter in the brain.
DMT can be taken orally, injected, snorted or by smoking. Rare occasions are snorted and by injection. The most common ways are vaporized or smoked in a pipe. And when smoking produces a quick effect within 5-10 minutes. The effect will vary on the amount you take in and the way you consume DMT. The main effect is psychological with intense auditory and visual effects, an altered sense of space, time and body.
DMT in brews like Ayahuasca are the most common ways. People who drink the plant medicine brew Ayahuasca start to experience the effect of DMT within 20 to 60 minutes. DMT comes in a crystalline white powder form that is derived from certain plants found in Central America, South America and various parts of Asia. Such as Banisteriopsis caapi and Psychotria viridis.
Many consumers describe a profound, life-changing experiences such as visiting other worlds and healing their body, mind and soul.
In ancient Egypt Acacia Nilotica is portrayed hugely in Egyptian mythology. It is referred as the tree of life and the Acacia Nilotica which contains 1-2% Dimethyltryptamine within it´s rootbark, and 0,02% within it´s stems. The plant grew through out the middle-east and its symbolism exist to this day.
Psilocybin is a psychedelic compound that is produced by a wide range of mushroom species and widely more known as magic mushroom or shrooms. There are numerous types of magic mushrooms and over 180 species have been identified with the active ingredient psilocybin or its derivative psilocybin. Both compounds bind with serotonin receptors in the brain bring on a psychedelic experience.
People have been consuming magic mushroom in ancient times for thousands of years in rituals. And once used by druids, priests and religious leaders in ancient societies to bring them closer to those they worshiped. Druids used mushrooms in combination with sweat lodges to elevate their hallucinogenic experience in the search for more knowledge. Mushroom use has a long tradition all over the world. Mushroom have been used for medicine, food and for shamanic practice in order to establish contact with the higher realms of the spirits.
Mushroom can be highly effective for treating anxieties and depressions according to new studies performed by American universities. It helps opening up pathways in the brain that are otherwise blocked without the use and influence of psychedelics. Those under the influence can openly face what they fear and feel more confident about their problems and how to deal with them. Consuming mushrooms are not addictive and can not lead to an overdose in any amount. However the amount consumed has an impact how one feels and their emotional state under the influence of mushrooms. Too little or too much can both cause you to skip the essential phase that you should enter to have the best experience.
Nowadays our materialist science induces everything to matter. There is ¨NO¨ soul, ¨NO¨ life after death. Consciousness is one of the great mysteries of science and humankind.
Consciousness is the quality or state of being aware of what is going on within us and around us. Conscious beings are aware of their surroundings, their own perception and themselves. We are consciousness and the therm consciousness correlates to the soul, spirituality, frequency, energy and
The Austrian-Hungarian born Sigmund Freud divided consciousness into three distinct levels. The conscious, the subconscious (or preconscious), and the unconscious.
The conscious state is known as the first level of consciousness this refers to our immediate awareness. When we take input from our senses, analyse the gathered information, and then make decisions based on this information.
The second level of consciousness, the subconscious (or preconscious). We can consider this as the library of all stored remembered experiences. Stored impressions on the mind by such experiences, and memories that are awakened or reinforced by these impressions. The information that is just below the surface of awareness is referred to as subconscious mind.
The unconscious mind is known as the third and final level of consciousness. This is made up of memories, thoughts and instinctive/primitive desires which are buried far below within ourselves, deep down our conscious awareness. They have a significant influence on our daily behaviour even though we are not completely aware of their existence.
Rudolf Steiner born in Kraljevic which we call now Croatia and was part of Austria-Hungary empire was a scientist, artist, Philosopher, esotericist and educator who founded the spiritual science of Anthroposophy. In the Greek language ¨Anthropo¨ means ¨Human¨ and ¨Sophy¨ means ¨Wisdom¨. A philosophy of human wisdom.
In the current state of it is evolution the human consciousness unfolds three forms. The waking, the dreaming, and the dreamless sleeping consciousness form.
The waking consciousness experiences the outer world through the senses, forms ideas about it, and out of those ideas can create a morally spiritual world.
The dreaming consciousness creates images in which the outer world is transformed.
In the last form the dreamless sleep consciousness, passes the soul through experiences means for the soul nothing more than an indifferent period of time between falling asleep and waking
The Great Liberation upon Hearing in the Intermediate State or ¨Bardo Thodol¨ and more commonly known in the West as The Tibetan Book of the Dead. These ancient text describes, and is intended to guide one through the experiences that the consciousness has after death from the physical body. The first part describes the moment of death and it is called Chikhai Bardo. The second part deals with the states which supervene immediately after death, Chonyid Bardo. And the third part Sidpa Bardo, concerns the onset of the birth instinct and of prenatal events.