A good review
Published on Feb 19, 2018
A good review
Published on Feb 19, 2018
by Kathleen Stilwell
April 14, 2018
A few days back I saw headlines about Syria and my internal knowing was that many, many more innocents were going to be harmed. It was happening, ready or not.
Sadness overwhelmed me.
The sadness I felt was linked to something more than the suffering of our precious brothers and sisters in Syria. This felt to be a turning point, if such things exist. Continue reading
Topics covered in the video include: 1. A summary and overview of “Opening the Doors of Perception” book. (1:31) – Anthony’s inspiration and intention for the book 2. The brain-consciousness connection. (4:15) – “Henri Bergson, brain acts as a limiting device, taking out much of the info available to consciousness.” – the easy and hard problems of consciousness (research by David Chalmers: http://consc.net/papers/facing.html) – what creates consciousness – the nature of hallucinations (11:25) – the binding problem (13:37) – how brain creates vision (14:50) – the condition of synesthesia (20:40) – dream and hallucination connection (21:27) – we live in a wider perceptual universe than we realize 3. How hallucinogenic substances can open the doors of perception. (25:38) – the mechanism and mystery of pain killers – the mechanism and mystery of anesthetics – the properties and mechanism of DMT and Ayahuasca – our primitive, survival-based brain (35:00) 4. The continuum of perception and how different mental conditions impact our perception of reality. (38:34) – how migraines influences the doors of perception – how Temporal Lobe Epilepsy influences the doors of perception (44:52) – how Schizophrenia influences the doors of perception – the Schizophrenia and hallucinogen connection – Anthony’s incident with his mother’s mental health (54:00) – encounters with other beings – how Alzheimer’s influences the doors of perception – how Autism influences the doors of perception (1:05:35) – how Savant syndrome influences the doors of perception (1:07:30) – the Alzheimer’s-consciousness connection (1:13:37) 5. How to open the doors of perception without hallucinogens or conditions that affect our mental capacity. (1:21:21) – the role of dreaming, lucid dreaming and out-of-body experiences 6. Reality as a simulation. (1:25:33) – digital information as the baseline of everything – is it possible to know with certainty that we are in a simulation (1:30:55) – dimensions of space-time “The next great scientific frontier will not be outer space, but inner space.” ~ Anthony Peake 7. Information about Anthony’s sequel to the book “Opening the Doors of Perception”. (1:36:36) 8. Anthony’s website and social media info. (1:38:38)
Visionary artist Alex Grey began his career as a medical illustrator at Harvard Medical School, but is best known for paintings that present the physical and subtle anatomy of an individual in the context of cosmic, biological and technological evolution.
by Zen Gardner
April 4, 2018
I’m continually dumbfounded by the things our human family will fall for. Myself included obviously, even what draws my attention. It’s a wild ride here.
Actually it’s not surprising nor at all unprecedented. We’ve been duped all of our lives. In fact, we’re bred duped in a fabricated whirled of false choices. I look back at my own life incredulously at the things I’ve fallen for. But I woke up from much of it, and continue waking up as many are doing. The key is to keep on – keep on learning, keep on changing, and keep on letting go of what doesn’t serve us any longer. Read the Rest
Dreams before Dawn was originally conceived as a Virtual Reality experience released in 2014 for the Oculus Rift DK2. This is an updated version still in development with the soundtrack by Composer Craig Pruess.