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  • 10 Ways to Alter Your Consciousness Without Drugs

    Very interesting read! I tried altering (or rather: expanding) my consciousness both ways. One of my 'natural' favourites is sleep deprivation. It's incredibly effective. The brain works differently after some days and nights without sleep. My mind becomes crystal clear and paranoid (which I enjoy a lot) and I start getting mild hallucinations and draw new connections between thoughts/things/myself and whatever.. and the room around me starts shifting slightly, I'm super alert, feel like my eyesight increases, I experience colours differently... Incredible! But I also altered my consciousness permanently through the studies of occultism, astrology, mysticism... There's SO many things to learn! You start to question a LOT of things and yourself if you're really into it, it's fascinating!...see more »Very interesting read! I tried altering (or rather: expanding) my consciousness both ways. One of my 'natural' favourites is sleep deprivation. It's incredibly effective. The brain works differently after some days and nights without sleep. My mind becomes crystal clear and paranoid (which I enjoy a lot) and I start getting mild hallucinations and draw new connections between thoughts/things/myself and whatever.. and the room around me starts shifting slightly, I'm super alert, feel like my eyesight increases, I experience colours differently... Incredible! But I also altered my consciousness permanently through the studies of occultism, astrology, mysticism... There's SO many things to learn! You start to question a LOT of things and yourself if you're really into it, it's fascinating! I started studying it intenesely three years ago and within a few weeks I started to "realise".. It's difficult to explain, you have to experience it.Also: MUSIC!!! Good music can seriously get you high! For me it's laying down in my bed, lights out, earphones, full volume and Led Zeppelin's first LP.

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