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Ancient People May Have Created Cave Art While Hallucinating

By Yasemin Saplakoglu — 2021

Stone age people may have deliberately ventured into oxygen-depleted caves to paint while having out-of-body experiences and hallucinations, according to a new study.

Read on www.livescience.com

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An Introduction to Astral Projection

Have you ever had the feeling of your mind being outside your body—maybe looking down, or up, or across the room at yourself? About 10 percent of people report having had an out-of-body experience at least once.

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Largest Ever Psychedelics Study Maps Changes of Conscious Awareness to Neurotransmitter Systems

In the world’s largest study on psychedelics and the brain, a team of researchers from The Neuro (Montreal Neurological Institute-Hospital) and Department of Biomedical Engineering of McGill University, the Broad Institute at Harvard/MIT, SUNY Downstate Health Sciences University, and Mila—Quebec...

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Scientists Show How LSD Blows Open the Doors of Perception

The drug lowers brain barriers, allowing distant regions to talk and thoughts to flow more freely.

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The High-Tech Race to Make Deadly Adventure Sports Safe for Anyone

Risky pursuits like BASE jumping offer a buzz better than any drug. New technologies provide the same rush without the danger.

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Science Can Help You Reach Enlightenment—but Will It Mess with Your Head?

For a long time, research into flow states was subjective—researchers had to rely on people’s self-reported experiences to understand altered states of mind.

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Are We About to Unlock the Secrets to Peak Performance?

“How many surf bums who can’t keep a job washing dishes will be up at 5 AM putting on a gritty, sandy wetsuit to paddle out in cold, sharky water for just one shot at a barrel? That’s motivation. If you could bottle that, then what’s possible?”

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Françoise Bourzat: Consciousness Guide, Author, and Entheogenic Explorer

For those psychedelic users who experience post-use “spiritual comedowns”, psychedelic withdrawals, or a general sense of dopamine depletion, what can be done to alleviate these symptoms?

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An Interview with Stephanie Rose Bird

Stephanie's passions include keeping the ancient traditions alive and updating them so that they evolve with us, suiting our current environment and lifestyles.

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Pseudo-Hallucinations: Why Some People See More Vivid Mental Images than Others—Test Yourself Here

Ganzflicker is known to elicit the experience of anomalous sensory information in the external environment, called pseudo-hallucinations.

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Scientists Say A Mind-Bending Rhythm In The Brain Can Act Like Ketamine

In mice and one person, scientists were able to reproduce the altered state often associated with ketamine by inducing certain brain cells to fire together in a slow, rhythmic fashion.

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Visions and Hallucinations