How to open the doors of your perception whenever you want, without psychedelic drugs

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You don’t have to use psychedelic drugs on the journey of opening up personal and collective perception. In fact, you can go much deeper with sober exercises.

To think about: What do you regularly do to broaden your awareness? If you’ve ever used psychedelics, have you applied what they showed you? And if you keep returning to psychedelics, why?

“THE DOOR TO THE SOUL IS OPEN; YOU DON’T HAVE TO PULL THE DOORMAN, THE DOOR IN FRONT OF YOU IS YOURS, MEANT FOR YOU, AND THE DOORMAN LISTENS TO YOUR ORDERS.” – ROBERT BLY

What if you discovered that there was a key that could open and close the doors of your perception to lovers, without psychedelic drugs at all? And what if you discovered that you do not only own this key, but are yourself ? Would you open your doors or keep them closed?

For you are the key, and whether you choose to go through those doors or not, it is a choice that, invisible as it is, changes your life. You are the vehicle for the journey, so see this as just a summary. Would you like a detailed route description?

Only you can figure it out for yourself – not the part reading this now, but the altered dream state of your consciousness that travels beyond the doors of perception, into the wilderness of the world where there is life in all things, life as you can only find in a place with exclusive access. A place where you can travel, but no one can follow – not even the conscious, waking version of yourself now reading these words.

If you’ve ever experimented with psychedelics , you most likely know what it’s like to feel the “life” in all things I just talked about. But even if you’ve never used psychedelics, you’ve almost certainly at least once experienced that same “life” in all things in the world around you on a noticeable level.

Probably at different times when you were a child, when the world around you took on a shiny glow, when colors seemed brighter, sounds louder and clearer, physical sensations stronger and most importantly, you could FEEL the world around you.

I am not talking about the physical, touching way of feeling, but the immaterial, energetic feeling, with which you almost feel the clarity of the world around you within you. You and the brightness lay together in harmony, as if you were one. You were present, your perceptions distorted, your senses sharpened. In short, the channels of your sensory filters opened up a bit, a process also known as opening the doors of perception.

Sensory filters explained: the science behind the doors of perception

The ‘doors of perception’ are the part of our brain and central nervous system that is responsible for filtering input from all external stimulus, and pertains to your senses – feeling (both physical and intangible), seeing, hearing, tasting and to smell. This process, also known as ‘sensory filtering’, allows us to recognize the difference between ‘I’ and ‘not me’.

Sensory filtering enables us to control and understand the constant flow of sensory data from the outside world. Without this process we wouldn’t be able to tell what’s important and what’s not, all the sensory data would touch us deeply and we would eventually become overstimulated, overwhelmed and ‘crazy’ – at least, according to modern science.

That’s how it is. Many people who are now referred to as ‘schizophrenic’ have broad sensory filters and they don’t know how to close them, resulting in an overload of stimuli. In native cultures, these individuals would be referred to as SHAMANS and they would be taught how to control their doors of perception so that they can open and close them at will.

There are ways to start opening your doors of perception, or sensory filters, without using psychedelics. The experience will of course not be as intense or immediate, but it will be long-lasting.

By using exercises that help you slightly open your sensory filter channels by adjusting your state of consciousness, you learn to open the doors of perception to the metaphysical background of the world and continuously hold deeper truths about yourself and the world. discover around you.

The bottom line is that playing with the doors of perception, rather than using plants that alter your consciousness, gives you more than a life-changing experience in which you see for a short period the deeper meanings of life (ie, a trip’) ; it lets you change your life so that every moment is an experience of an ongoing journey into ever further, unknown depths of life.

You can listen here to Aldous Huxley’s detailed description of the doors of perception and the mechanisms by which the mind opens and closes them.

Hypnosis and meditation

“THOSE WHO HAVE EXPERIMENTED WITH HYPNOSIS FIND THAT, AT A CERTAIN DEPTH OF TRANCE, IT IS NOT RARE THAT, AS LONG AS PARTICIPANTS ARE LEFT ALONE AND NOT DISTRACTED, THEY BECOME AWARE OF AN INNER SERENITY AND GOODNESS OFTEN ASSOCIATED WITH A PERCEPTION OF LIGHT AND OF SPACES THAT ARE HUGE, BUT NOT LONELY.” (ALDOUS HUXLEY, THE DEVILS OF LOUDEN 99)

Practicing hypnotherapy and/or meditation regularlyis a perfect way to start looking at the metaphysical backgrounds of yourself and the world, using your unconscious; you visit a part of your mind that is further ignored. These exercises help you open the doors in your mind that hold old traumas that hold you back and that have been locked up for years, waiting endlessly for you to free them, thereby freeing yourself.

Meditation and hypnotherapy are also great tools to tap into your intuition, to help you see the bigger picture of your current problems, to focus on the deeper truths and lessons your problems are showing you, rather than fixed. to get into the ordinary superficial details of it. In fact, if you look at them this way, Hereyou will find some guided hypnosis and meditation sessions that you may find useful.

The sixth sensory channel: the ability to feel

The sixth sensory channel, also known as the ability to feel, refers to people’s ability to feel, as opposed to touch. It refers to the invisible type of feeling, as opposed to the feeling sense of physical touch as part of the five senses of man. One is invisible and subjective, the other gives only the most objective experience of physical touch, which is to feel the texture of a person or object.

The feeling sense refers to the ability to feel the invisible and describes the feelings that haunt us as we have different experiences in our daily lives. It is also called a sixth sense or sixth sensory channel. To better understand the sixth sensory channel, Let’s look at the following example: You come home from work and ask your partner what’s wrong.“ feel . Interpret situations first with your heart, then with your head.

Nothing ,” they say rudely. But by the tone of their voices, you know that “nothing” really means “everything” and that you’d better answer with something like “Please tell me what’s wrong,” unless you want to endure a silent supper—a meal that includes a feeling sense, because the silence speaks volumes and is full of tension that makes you feel uncomfortable – and want to sleep on the couch that night.

Simply put, the awakening of the feeling sense, which is not often talked about because it is not one of the five senses that we do learn about, cultivates your feeling capacity, your ability to sense the invisible, unspoken and unseen meanings of situations, and of the things that both you and others do and say.To develop your feeling capacity, you must first pay attention to how things

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