So I recently decided to share some of what I've been doing lately with all of you. Several of you may remember that I've been breaking free of a layered existential crisis for some time now, but I digress. It's summer, and instead of playing SC2, I've been really involved in my own self-discovery and I'm attempting to place myself in situations that are highly likely to contribute positively to my spiritual enlightenment.
Currently, the situations I've been able to place myself in are solely in my mind and online, but that should be changing tomorrow. You see, I like to come up with experiments that I can use to strengthen the relationship between my mind and body.
You may be interested in cannabis or several other harmless illegal drugs. I was a regular user of cannabis several months ago, and although I found it to be helpful in my spiritual enlightenment, it could only take me so far if I used it among others. This led me to try LSD, which I currently am slightly against, but only because the times I tried it, I was in the company of some people I no longer associate myself with. Now that I am isolated socially I almost feel an obligation to try these substances again, but this time alone, with only my own thoughts to annoy or comfort me. Salvia and DMT would be next on the list.
I refer to these substances because I feel they are all harmless, with the exception of maybe LSD, but the greater reason why I refer to them is because I feel they are vital to understanding oneself and expanding one's consciousness so that one may come to a sort of realization and truth the ancients call enlightenment.
If you're interested in Dec 21, 2012, of which I am currently, I highly recommend Terence McKenna's Timewave Zero hypothesis, in which he describes time as a sort of repeating, spiraling fractal that allegedly comes to a singularity on that date. Here's a video to get you started. It's half an hour long in three parts, be warned.
I've been researching this stuff all day for the past several months, so I think it might be fun to share the most interesting things I find every once in a while. Feel free to tell me what you like and don't like.