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AI Maps Psychedelic Trips in the Brain

by Sam Friedman and Galen Ballentine For the past several decades, psychedelics have been widely stigmatized as dangerous illegal drugs. But a recent surge of academic research into their use to treat psychiatric conditions is spurring a recent shift in public opinion. Psychedelics are psychotropic drugs: substances that affect your mental state. Other types of psychotropics include antidepressants and anti-anxiety medications. Psychedelics and other types of hallucinogens, however, are unique…

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These 6 Frequencies Were Used By Ancient Cultures To Heal And Connect To The Divine

Can sound affect you on more than an emotional level? Sure it can. Sound has a whole level of usefulness that we’re only beginning to discover; from successfully helping us transcend the blood-brain barrier in the medical field, to the noise of certain street lamps putting us on edge, there’s a lot more going on than we really notice. There are entire ranges of perception we can’t pick up on…

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Good and Evil as Defined by Graham Hancock

Our universe may be nothing more than a university of duality, where all things compliment a polar opposite. The notion of good and evil is a formative part of our moral universe, and author/researcher Graham Hancock has some fascinating ideas about this often dark universe we live in. Is consciousness engaged in a giant process of growth and rebirth, where both good and evil are learning tools? Be Sure to LIKE Science of…

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The 4 Biggest Weaknesses Of Introverts, And Why They’re Actually Strengths

Are you an extrovert or an introvert? If the former, you probably enjoy spending time with large groups of people, are considered to be the life of a party and likely don’t derive much pleasure from spending hours in solitude. If you identify as the latter, you probably prefer being alone in the comfort of your own home, have only a handful of friends you feel comfortable spending time with,…

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Lucid Dreaming may Unravel the Mystery of Consciousness

Lucid Dreaming may Unravel the Mystery of Consciousness Written by Dan Denis and Giulia Poerio, The Conversation We spend around six years of our lives dreaming – that’s 2,190 days or 52,560 hours. Although we can be aware of the perceptions and emotions we experience in our dreams, we are not conscious in the same way as when we’re awake. This explains why we can’t recognise that we’re in a…

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Deja Vu, Quantum Entanglement and Tuning into the Magic of Synchronicity

Synchronicity is a term which was famously coined by psychologist and mystic Carl Jung- the definition is when 2 or more seemingly unrelated incidents occur which at first glance may seem coincidental, but upon further inspection have some kind of relation to each other. Deja Vu Number codes are quite frequent- possibly the most frequently reported is that of seeing 11:11, but it also goes a lot further than just…

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Your Body Is A Mirror Of Your Life

Everything begins with your consciousness. Everything that happens in your life, and everything that happens in your body, begins with something happening in your consciousness. Your consciousness is who you are, your experience of Being. You decide what ideas to accept and which to reject. You decide what to think, and you decide what to feel. When these decisions leave you with residual stress, you experience the stress as if…

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