I do psyches casually. Not often maybe three of four times a year total.

I do psyches casually. Not often maybe three of four times a year total. But almost every time I do I get the overwhelming sensation that there is some kind of 'barrier' or wall or something separating be from a greater reality or understanding. This is taken a lot of forms in my mind. I can't quite make sense of it. I'm in the Jungian camp that what you see is part of what you feel and think and representative of inner nature, that there's some kind of barrier or wall inside me. But I can't seem toe analyze or translate. Things like the Flammarion or the gnostic idea of being trapped in the kenoma resonates with me. I've had this feeling for quite some time now.

Does anyone care to elaborate or share their thoughts?

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  1. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    That "wall" is your own psyche, representing the limits of human comprehension. That's why whenever you break through, what lies beyond is impossible to articulate. The truth is fundamentally ineffable

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      I don't buy this. Ineffable is still a descriptor in the same way featurelessness is still a feature.

      • 12 months ago
        Anonymous

        Saying you can't explain something isn't really an explanation of something

        • 12 months ago
          Anonymous

          Be that as it may I never had a 'breakthrough' experience to see this ineffable reality that lays on the other side of perceptions. There's nothing for me to note describe.

          • 12 months ago
            Anonymous

            Four strong tabs should do it. Or Salvia. Be very careful with Lady Salvia though.

          • 12 months ago
            Anonymous

            So the meaning of the barrier is "I haven't done enough drugs"?

          • 12 months ago
            Anonymous

            Basically

  2. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    When I did DPT I broke the veil and went beyond the wall. It's been probably 8 or 9 years since I did it so my memory is a bit foggy but here's the greentext version
    >be me, 18 or 19
    >really into psychedelics, found a good source for RCs
    >Find DPT, dig a bit on it, almost nothing published anywhere
    >frickit.exe
    >order it
    >rip a 100mg line in the woods across from my house and try to puff some weed before I start tripping
    >lay down on the ground and close my eyes, immediately start hallucinating CEVs
    >in a fantasy style overgrown ruin, looking around, it's kinda misty
    >suddenly the scene starts getting tears in it, like a theater screen spontaneously ripping open to expose the wall behind it
    >the scene gets sucked into these tears in a spiral, and as I'm getting sucked into it I feel like the culmination of all knowledge in the universe is getting drawn into this singularity point in my mind
    >everything gets fully integrated and I reach full knowledge singularity in a moment of godly omniscience
    >immediately followed by a crushing existential thought: "Now what?"
    >the dread becomes too much and I basically fully dissociate from everything
    >can see the universe in 5D, multiple universes existing within a time field
    >can see the cog engine source that powers the universe
    >come down
    >weird hexagonal spirals in my vision and distorted audio hallucinations
    >felt like my psyche got raped and i lost my cosmic innocence
    >depressed for 3 months after
    wouldn't recommend

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      The problem with being God is that it's lonely. Why do you think It dreams up so many lives? We're all play-pretend to avoid facing the truth. Ironically, those seeking apotheosis are going to immediately regret it should they ever find it.

      It's hard to be a God.

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      You are an imbecile if you think a chemical compound gives you the secrets to the universe

      • 12 months ago
        Anonymous

        Good thing I don't think that. Psychedelics were a useful stepping stone in my journey but eventually you reach a point where you realize they reflect your inner world and not the outer one. I learned more secrets about myself than I did about the realm we live in.

  3. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    Do DMT, mushrooms and LSD are just dancing around the mystery.

  4. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    Yea, its a barrier you can cross when you develop sufficient telepathic capability. I'd say its there to protect your mind from the enslaught of total information in the universe. With telepathy you can selectively tune into various streams of information and energy so you are somewhat shielded from the totality of being.
    Its a barrier that is crossed through love to the universe/others. Its easier to get through if you find some helpful spiritual entities to commune with. If you don't have that you end up with stupidity like gnosticism as an explanation as to why you haven't evolved yourself enough to reach the next level of being.

  5. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    I have experienced a similar kind of block in lucid dreams. It's as if certain actions are guarded by the dream police. But it is testable. You can gather a group of lucid dreamers and ask them to perform tasks. Ones that break the barrier and others that doesn't. I guarantee you the tasks that break the barrier are going to prove more difficult than the ones that don't. That way the barrier can be mapped and eventually dismantled.

  6. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    NDE are demonic lies.

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      Only if you're a Godless Christcuck

  7. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    The barrier/wall is intellectual and can only be surmounted through intellectual action. No easy way around it, no magic pill solution

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