Carl Jung believed that humans have an innate connection to nature, rooted in the evolutionary history of mankind. He saw nature as a source of inspiration, healing and spiritual renewal. According to Jung, the natural world reflects the deepest aspects of the human psyche
Psychoactive plants and fungi are those that contain chemical compounds that can alter a person's consciousness and perception. These compounds can cause changes in mood, cognition, and behavior, and are often used for spiritual, medical, or recreational purposes. We're going to talk about the types of psychoactive effects, herbs and psychoactive mushrooms that are sold in stores, and also about psychoactive plants and mushrooms that are psychedelic entheogens. what
The third eye is a concept that has existed in various ancient cultures and spiritual traditions for thousands of years. It is usually described as an invisible eye in the center of the forehead, which is said to be responsible for intuition, insight and spiritual awareness. Here are some examples of how the third eye was interpreted in various ancient cultures: Hinduism In Hinduism, the third eye is called "ajna chakra" and is located in the center of the forehead, between the eyebrows. It is related
Rupert Sheldrake is a botanist and author engaged in the study of parapsychology and acts, among other things, as a critic of modern scientific thinking and physicalism. He gave a lecture that led to an extreme reaction.
Infinity is a difficult concept to grasp, because it goes beyond our everyday experience. In the next article we will go over the questions from different perspectives, between modern science and the shamanic perspective.
Could the story of humanity be much older than we once believed?
Using tools such as geology and computerized analysis of ancient myths, Graham Hancock presents a compelling case that points to
There is still much debate among researchers about the true identity of the mystery plant. Mentioned over 100 times in Rig Veda called Soma, the only plant/drink known to be Hallel in the history of human civilization. The Rig Veda describes the mysterious soma, as a small red plant that has no leaves, and lacks roots and blossoms, but has a juicy, fleshy stem. While the hymns
Whether he studied shamanism and visions in Nepal, collected butterflies in Indonesia, or gave lectures around the world, Terrence McKenna – this legendary icon took Joseph Campbell's quote "Follow Your Bliss" and lived every second of it. If you haven't read his books, you've probably seen his face on a meme or listened to one of his fascinating speeches on YouTube. Mode of speaking
The idea of spiritual awakening has been around for centuries. And it can be viewed in a variety of cultures and religions around the world. Call it "Nirvana"; It's called "enlightenment"; It's called "happiness." Spiritual awakening begins with a moment when a person can step back and "wake up" to his life with a new sense of being in this world. Spiritual awakenings can be mildly disturbing at first, as they often cause
THE FINDINGS OF A GROUNDBREAKING NEW STUDY ON LUCID DREAMING. IT IS INDICATED THAT THOSE, WHO ARE TRAINED IN PRACTICE, NOT ONLY SEE A DRAMATIC IMPROVEMENT IN THEIR PTSD SYMPTOMS, BUT MAY ALSO EXPERIENCE A CHANGE AT THE BIOLOGICAL LEVEL. RESEARCH ON LUCID DREAMS, IN WHICH A PERSON WAKES UP IN A DREAM, HAS YIELDED A FASCINATING INSIGHT INTO THE NEUROLOGICAL FEATURES OF THIS CONDITION. MOST OF THE INVESTIGATION SO FAR HAS FOCUSED ON MAPPING
From the late 1950s to the early 1970s, Alan Watts (1915-1973) introduced Eastern philosophy to the West. In recent years, Watts' lectures have resurfaced online with the help of his fans and son Mark Watts, as well as South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone, who animated this talk with over 2 million views. Listening to his voice gives a good feeling about his personality. he
Here are some of Carl Jung's most fascinating quotes. The brilliant Swiss psychiatrist and psychoanalyst, who introduced some of the best known psychological concepts, such as: the collective unconscious, synchronicity, extraversion and seclusion, archetypal phenomena and the totality of psychology.
The strange phenomenon called synchronicity is much more than just a coincidence. The term was coined in the 1920s by psychiatrist Jung, who was interested in examining the concept of significant coincidences. The Oxford English Dictionary defines synchronicity as "the simultaneous occurrence of events that appear to be significantly related but have no distinct causal relationship." Coincidence may make you smile, but with synchronicity, you'll feel like it's really saying something.
I am fully aware that there is a drug problem. There is a terrible drug problem. But that's another problem. It is not a problem caused by people seeking an expanded or higher consciousness, it is caused by people who repress, how the consequences of living in this kind of civilization make them feel.
Endogenous components are essential substances for the functioning of all systems in the human body. The human body produces these components as part of metabolic activity, the exact same components can be found in the plant world. Much of these materials have been outlawed, while they are part of the human experience, which legally makes us all illegal. Because we have tryptamines in the brain. And the consequences – the distortion of the values of society and natural selection.
Graham wrote his bestselling books while steaming cannabis inflorescence – around the clock, as he stated in the idea. His use of cannabis continued for about 24 years, 16 hours a day, and all this while
Beneath the surface – actor Jim Carrey in a series of insights into life, depression, fame and success
JIM CARREY IS THE TALENTED AND BELOVED ACTOR IN A SERIES OF INSIGHTS ON SPIRITUALITY, LIFE, DEPRESSION, FAME AND SUCCESS. IN AN INSPIRING VIDEO THAT GIVES US A BOOST OF MOTIVATION AND PERSONAL EMPOWERMENT. JIM CARREY HAS UNDERGONE A CHANGE IN HIS LIFE, IN ATTITUDE, IN VISION. THIS CHANGE SEEMED PUZZLING TO MANY WHO WERE CONCERNED ABOUT HIS MENTAL HEALTH, "WENT CRAZY FOR GOOD," WORRIED ABOUT THE MEDIA AND FRIENDS FROM HOLLYWOOD. WHEN JIM BEGAN TO CHANGE THE CONTENT OF HIS ANSWERS IN TELEVISION INTERVIEWS, AND
The place, the same place and the glamorous period when we started painting, why did we start doing it? And from here we continued to write, but before that, we took out the pipe and started singing and playing around the fire, and the urge to paint was born from the connection to nature, which sent messages to human consciousness through plants that served as tools for expanding consciousness. We started asking questions, wondering and thinking for ourselves. Connect with each other unconditionally. only
MindMed leverages ayahuasca's active ingredient: DMT, for psychedelic-inspired treatment and launches new trials
MindMed is a biotechnology company focused on psychedelic drugs based in New York City. The company develops psychedelic-inspired drugs and therapies to treat addictions and mental illness.
What is so great or significant about nature that it is supposed to be the center of the mandala?
Is walking in nature or in the city related to our mood or increased risk of depression; Research reveals "When we walk, we naturally turn toward the fields and groves: what would come out of us, if we walked only in the garden or the canyon?" wrote Henry David Theroux in The Atlantic in 1862. In the decades since, psychologists have proven him (Henry David Theroux) right. Exposure to nature has been proven
Having most vividly integrated the complexity of Eastern wisdom into contemporary ideas of the West, the philosopher Alan Watts is recognized around the world among people who are fascinated by the question of our life and society. Alan Watts today is considered a philosophical legend with sweeping ideas. He was a writer, poet, radical thinker, former priest, mystic, teacher and critic of society. He understood