Strongly suggested, By Psy-23

I’ve completely enjoyed reading about copious strains, the amazing experiences of those included in the scene and the strange and wonderful reputation for everyone’s plant that is favourite but recently I was made aware of a new book which sounds more than a little different.

Over the years I’ve read many books which deal with the experience of getting high via various mediums, including the incredibly intriguing Doors of Perception and Heaven and Hell by Aldous Huxley, and these have provided me with insights which can be compared and contrasted with my own experiences with psychedelics, narcotics and, of course, cannabis.

Whether it’s sharing in the experience of another or trying to make sense of what happened during the high, exploring the depths of another’s reality can be an incredibly enlightening and experience that is often grounding. Through the abject, surreal madness of Hunter S. Thompson’s composing right through to the joys of Kerouac, countless visitors have discovered solace into the unconscious that is collective comes with breaking down the boundaries of our perceived reality through the consumption of various remedies, medicines, plants and narcotics.

In What seems to be a world fi st, a young writer from the Czech Republic has decided to evolve the idea of writing whilst high (or at writing that is least about being high) into a thing that is a totally various beast. Vladimir release that is hlocky’s new a short collection of individual writings that are intended only to be read whilst under the infl uence of cannabis or other psychedelics. The book carries instructions that are clear it will never be read under virtually any circumstances.

What’s more interesting is the fact that all the chapters (12 as a whole) has a focus that is different a specifi c set of instructions and criteria that the reader is required to abide by in order to get the most out of the experience. It’s important that these are followed as the book builds upon crucial ideas you to a different spiritual plane or stage of self-discovery.

From as it progresses and each chapter is designed to take the things I can gather through the preview chapters as well as the pr release (yourself to settle into the infl uence of the writing you are guided on a personal journey through self-discovery and a greater sense of enlightenment as I am currently waiting to get hold of my own full copy – expect a review next issue), the idea here is that by following the guidance carefully and allowing. Some of the earlier chapters are dedicated to the idea of being present in the moment with no consideration for what has gone before or what will come next and act as an entry point to the readings that are later

In essence, Hlocky wishes us to achieve a much better knowledge of our place that is real in universe, away from the social restrictions and falsifi ed concepts which make up much of what troubles people mentally, emotionally and spiritually. By using themes and concepts through a myriad of contemplations en route to their chosen destination.cannabisOn that we are familiar with he manages to put the reader at ease before transporting them to distant lands and guiding them paper it sounds somewhat embarrassing and confusing, however it’s quite an achievement as soon as you see it after he had undertaken two solo Ayahuasca retreats and become more in-touch with his self and the potential for him to utilize his imagination to great effect.

Having for yourself.According to the young author, the concept of this book came to him seen the shifting attitudes that are social

as well as other obviously occurring substances, he felt the full time had been suitable for him to share with you his or her own individual experiences into the hope of assisting others to reach an increased feeling of self and much deeper spirituality. It’s obvious why these experiences have experienced a effect that is profound the author and he writes with eloquence, emotion and a maturity which seems to be way beyond his years. His views of the universe are quite profound and if you approach this book with an open mind there is plenty to appreciate and enjoy.

Throughout the book are footnotes and additional points of guidance which inform the reader of recommended songs to listen to for each chapter along with links to fi nd them online – I have to admit that I was quite excited by the concept and it reminded me of using Alpha wave frequencies in music to establish a sense of serenity and calm. In a way that is similar guided meditation, their words draw you in gradually and appear to slowly provide you with into a trance-like state.

If you’ve never dabbled in deep meditation, holotropic breathing or skilled any kind of ‘trip’ then you may possibly discover the experience just a little overwhelming or difficult to reach grips with but you might find yourself coming away from this experience with an altered perception.

Currently, the book is available as an e-book online, but the author has plans to potentially release an audiobook in the future alongside physical copies of the text if you persevere. He also recognizes that sometimes the reader might be slightly over-zealous in preparing to read and might end up getting higher than intended, which could have a impact that is negative their capability to learn effortlessly and easily.

In this case, he suggests making use of a text to vocals audience (he additionally suggests that some individuals could possibly choose this process themselves to a greater extent (not always that straightforward when you’ve smoked a bowl and can barely focus on the room, let alone text on a screen).

If as it can be an even deeper and more meaningful experience if the reader can relax you’re the kind of person who likes to explore avenues new and you’re looking for a way that is new enjoy your (*) then this is really worth just a little research.(*)See you on the reverse side.(*)Written and Published By Psy-23 In Weed World Magazine Issue 149(*)Image: Adobe Inventory,(*)

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