how do I get my first paranormal experience?

what is the quickest, safest and least error prone way to get my first paranormal experience?
I want to start my hero journey.

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  1. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    You need to take a high dose of shrooms, acid, or DMT.

  2. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Gaze into a mirror in a pitch dark room. Better yet, meditate while doing so.

    Also, or alternatively, look into astral projection.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >gaze into the mirror
      sounds like a good way to get demon possessed. I want something safe

      >astral projection
      isn't that just lucid dreaming

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Like the other replier said, shrooms, acid, and DMT can be useful in breaking the hylic veil over your eyes.

        We live in a "casual" universe, governed by karma and the law of cause and effect. We inhabit physical bodies and develop personalities which are shaped by causal events beyond our control. Yet we also have an "acausal" soul, capable of free will and creativity. Our power is derived from our imagination, this is where the drugs come in, as they provide a way to access our "inner child" and unleash our imaginative potential. Think of imagination as like a muscle in your brain, that we have been indoctrinated through childhood into first ignoring and then finally denigrating.

        Magic is merely presencing the acausal through use of our imagination. The dichotomy between white and black magic stems from whether one believes that the acausal realm is a world of order, structure, and morality, or instead a realm of primordial chaos and uncertainty. Either way, magic is primarily the domain of women (hence the historical role of the "witch" and their feverish persecution throughout the middle ages), so don't expect it to come naturally.

        Furthermore, as individuals, we are not the only acausal forces which inhabit this realm. The ancient hellenic cultures knew this well. These forces can be seen as sort of our magical paintbrushes, but in a non-objectified sense, as they are truly sentient and active intelligences. Look into hellenic paganism or shinto if you want to understand this more.

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          *typo: we live in a causal universe (not casual lol)

          This is all to say; the christian mindvirus has infected the western mind, causing us to label any "will" or "imagination" which isn't either YHVH itself or an agent of YHVH as "demonic." Reality is far more complex.

          If you want to practice magic, then you must be willing to allow acausal forces to work through you. It is not possession in the narrow-minded christian sense, it is a symbiotic relationship. Either way, there is no ego-death as long as your will is strong enough.

          And, again, if you were a woman trained in the dark arts, you wouldn't need to rely on possession at all, and could instead work with the spirits directly.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            https://i.imgur.com/MEeE1jQ.png

            Like the other replier said, shrooms, acid, and DMT can be useful in breaking the hylic veil over your eyes.

            We live in a "casual" universe, governed by karma and the law of cause and effect. We inhabit physical bodies and develop personalities which are shaped by causal events beyond our control. Yet we also have an "acausal" soul, capable of free will and creativity. Our power is derived from our imagination, this is where the drugs come in, as they provide a way to access our "inner child" and unleash our imaginative potential. Think of imagination as like a muscle in your brain, that we have been indoctrinated through childhood into first ignoring and then finally denigrating.

            Magic is merely presencing the acausal through use of our imagination. The dichotomy between white and black magic stems from whether one believes that the acausal realm is a world of order, structure, and morality, or instead a realm of primordial chaos and uncertainty. Either way, magic is primarily the domain of women (hence the historical role of the "witch" and their feverish persecution throughout the middle ages), so don't expect it to come naturally.

            Furthermore, as individuals, we are not the only acausal forces which inhabit this realm. The ancient hellenic cultures knew this well. These forces can be seen as sort of our magical paintbrushes, but in a non-objectified sense, as they are truly sentient and active intelligences. Look into hellenic paganism or shinto if you want to understand this more.

            Men can very easily learn magick if they try, in fact damn near all the most powerful magicians were and are men. They don't need covens like witches do, in fact one witcher is worth a whole damn coven combined.

            The problem is men are trained to neglect the fantastic from a young age and use logic and physical force to accomplish tasks - women are left more emotional leeway, so men naturally are less likely to walk that path.

            Men also tend to just move past this plane of existence entirely once they achieve any heightened level of consciousness - women tend to hang on to attachments that don't matter, so they stick around even after they've unlocked their minds (not that they do anything useful with it, they just fart around and protect their little cliques and hoard their old, obsolete, and limited concepts of magick). It's just how we're wired, but obviously there's exceptions.

            That's the actual reason why you don't see as many male practitioners as you do female - but they are always profoundly powerful.

            Ultimately, magick cares nothing for gender, it's all belief. Men become more powerful because men tend to believe they're more powerful than women, and there are more women magicians because women have been trained to believe in such things from birth due to the culture and gender norms.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Thank you, I appreciate your perspective here, it seems very consistent. I may be over extrapolating the phenomenon of there being more witches than wizards/witchers.

            I still do have this feeling however that the birth of a child through unconditional love is a form of supreme magic, and it is physically "built into" the female sex, and as such a woman's body provides an innate "bridge" between the causal and acausal, whereas men have to "find their own bridge," if that makes any sense.

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >*magic supersticious crap bla bla bla*

          https://i.imgur.com/zMnl4fa.jpeg

          what is the quickest, safest and least error prone way to get my first paranormal experience?
          I want to start my hero journey.

          ignore that superstitious crap from magicians and new agers
          study about altered states of consciousness and self-hypnosis.
          if you do drugs at home try to make it legal.
          and don't get addicted
          it's all in our mind, in our brain.
          there is no soul or anything, it's just playing with chemicals and being high enough and sure that what you see is not going to kill you or cause any harm.
          from superstition and fear traumas begin.
          and yes, of course, beware of bad trips.
          Good luck.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >just playing with chemicals
            It's the lamest materialist argument ever, you're just reducing a system to its parts. Especially given the frontiers of quantum mechanics, its such a trifling proposition.

            The conception of the human soul is the innate perception that our consciousness is more than the sum of its parts; that we aren't "simply" bound to cause and effect, that our brain isn't "simply" an input-output machine comprised of organic matter, that thoughts aren't "simply" caused by chemical reactions.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >it's lamest materialistic argument ever
            >Especially given the frontiers of quantum mechanics, its such a trifling proposition.
            You mean quantum mysticism. That's not quantum physics, that's self-esteem guru garbage with quackery and techno-babble and scientific jargon to fool the new age dupes.

            although, yes, to say playing with chemicals is an understatement.
            I should have said playing with your brain and your senses.

            The concept of the soul is purely essentialist and may be based on the idea of out-of-body experiences and visualizations.
            It became tremendously irrelevant once we started scanning the brain.
            It is not necessary to believe in essentialism and the soul to have psychonautical or ''paranormal'' experiences.
            although the fact that there are still religions, superstitions and magical practices that still believe in them is not my problem nor is it a problem.
            All experiences can be replicated and need not be ''paranormal'' or enter into a magical or cultic cosmogonic system.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            You're missing the forest for the trees, man. Yes there is a lot of "guru garbage" and there are a lot of "new age dupes" out there, but the new age doesn't have a monopoly on the occult. My beliefs stem strictly from ancient traditions.

            I don't often appeal to quantum mechanics, as I'm not a trained physicist and I don't even believe its even that useful or necessary for understanding that consciousness determines reality, which in my mind is the fundamental truth of existence. Personal gnosis is the only path in my view to discovering this, and understanding what this truth actually means.

            That being said, the observer effect in quantum mechanics is to me a "smoking gun" that illustrates the phenomenon of magic, divorced from the realm of fantasy.

            I don't often reply on this board as I am not good at conveying ideas through common language, I much prefer poetry. I will just say; I don't "believe" in magic or in the existence of gods and egregores anymore than I believe that the sun will rise tomorrow or that I need oxygen to breathe. But the deeper truth is that there is no separation between fact and fiction, at the most fundamental level, and that everything that exists requires belief (or more accurately, will) and that all of existence is either an active or passive agent of creative will.

            I don't know how to properly convey this perspective to an agnostic mind. As I said, personal gnosis is the only way to understand these things.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >the observer effect in quantum mechanics
            I don't know if you know, but there are other explanations for the double-slit experiment.
            That's where quantum mysticism begins.
            but its ok, this /x/ not EerieWeb

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >astrial projection = lucid dreaming?
        No.
        You have an astrial body for a reason.

  3. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >Troxler Effect (Scrying,Psychomanteum)
    https://neuromagick.com/black-mirror-scrying/

    >Visualization inducing real sensations (placebo,autohipnosis)

    >Ritual magick to mindfrick your mind

    >Own delussion (imagenary friend,tulpa)

    >LSD,Drugs, etc.
    https://psychonautwiki.org/wiki/Main_Page

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >Troxler Effect (Scrying,Psychomanteum)
      They deleted that thread so I'm sharing the video again kek

      ?t=3655
      Min 1:00:55

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Not OP but I already experience mirror distortions effortlessly in less than a minute. What do I do with this ability?

  4. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Determine your fragment origin from your archangel using their respective sigil, place it on the door of your mind and step through. Your sign determines your archangel determines your origin.

  5. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Walk through the woods as night breaks and swallows the last light.

  6. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Having a family member die
    That was the first and only time I heard the voice of the dead

  7. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Try lucid dreaming you already go to that realm shouldn’t be too bad. Don’t frick with entities they’ll frick you up not a good idea.

  8. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >how do?
    Raise your vibration.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      did you know emotions can be transmitted through images....

      >true story incoming
      >I saw penis
      >I mean picrel
      >now I'm a suck ur butts

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