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toxic culture; The daily routine of competitiveness

We have always been accustomed to the fact that the blame falls on us if we do not fit in some way with the culture in which we live. You have to do the way everyone else did and be what you need to be. Not what you want to be. A lot of grief brings such an attitude. And it's the fall between the chairs that leaves us behind. There will always be that one left without a chair – in the Game of Thrones

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The Israeli company Nextage promotes treatment of addiction disorders and neurological problems with the help of the psychedelic root "ibogaine"

As a society we have become accustomed to taking addictive substances, especially to change consciousness (work faster, without thinking). Humans use the most addictive drug known to man—five times more addictive than heroin—generating huge profits for the tobacco barons, billions of profits every year. The three main drugs of "our" culture—caffeine, nicotine, and alcohol—are everywhere. As well as other drugs such as – sugar, chocolate and television.

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The soul is not seen in photography; Latent Depression and Anxiety | opinion

That sensitive soul, the one looking at us from the sidelines, is suffering from the deeper and deeper fall towards materialism. We have distanced ourselves from her, we hardly know her (ourselves), she wants to break out and express herself through our material body, roasted in a never-ending loop of personal needs, and dependence on external aids, what I call – oxygen addicts. Based on egoism. And this is war, this life. Because... When we don't depend on anything, it means that we are no longer alive. But, there is the balance, the harmony and it is achievable – not everything is black and white.

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A culture that moves from one substance to another – and wages a war on plants

Human history is a story of the transition from one substance to another, which shaped the values of society. A perfect example of this would be: sugar. Most people don't even think of sugar as a drug, but sugar is a highly addictive drug that has brought us back into slavery.
Modern industrial civilization has a very great talent, advertising certain materials and suppressing others. A perfect example of this is: caffeine. It causes an increase in the production of dopamine in the brain, leading to an increased sense of well-being and good mood.

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Vegetative-Human Symbiosis: Nostalgia for the Archaic Period

The secret belief of the 20th century is not modernism. The secret faith of the twentieth century is archaic nostalgia, nostalgia for the Paleolithic era, and it brings us piercings, abstract expressionism, surrealism, trance, jazz, rock and roll and the end times. The mind of the 20th century is nostalgic for the paradise that once prevailed on earth, where the vegetative-human symbiosis took place that drew us from the animal body into a state of using tools, creating cultures, using imagination, exploring space and time.

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PHARMACEUTICAL DRUGS VS HERBS

Many medicines were created from herbs, and today over twenty-five percent of all medicines are still made from herbs. However, most drugs are based on the practice of alchemy. Modern medicines emerged only in the last hundred years, when man developed the ability to study a chemical substance, isolate and synthesize chemical substances.

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Endogenous components that the human body produces on its own are found in wild plants in nature

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.

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different states of consciousness; When each culture chooses its own drugs

As a society we have become accustomed to taking addictive substances, especially to change consciousness (work faster, without thinking). Humans use the most addictive drug known to man—five times more addictive than heroin—generating huge profits for the tobacco barons, billions of profits every year. The three main drugs of "our" culture—caffeine, nicotine, and alcohol—are everywhere. As well as other drugs such as – sugar, chocolate and television.

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Outlawed herbs, accidentally created plants?!

Herbs were still in use thousands of years ago, and have grown on Earth for over millions of years, with a long tradition. The herbs are used for the purpose of keeping the community healthy, united, spiritually developed and connected to nature. A tradition passed down from generation to generation in ancient cultures, and up to the present day.

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artificial intelligence and biological internet; Between man and machine

One of the most common debates among philosophers, scientists, and programmers is: Can artificial intelligence (AI) be conscious, and what is the difference between biological humans and machines when it comes to programming code? Most likely, natural models (from nature) are the best for developing new technologies, be it the Internet, virtual reality or artificial intelligence. The Internet is built like an organism. When mapped the web, it has a visual appearance that looks just like biological cells in complex organisms, mimicking the structure of galaxies in the universe, and even mycelium of fungi (Mycelium).

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