Beyond

Beyond

A succession of object-stimuli might be used to lead the subject beyond the aesthetic
appreciation of the thing to meaningful examination of his own life.

An inconceivable beyond, “without conception,” there flashes forth from its unknown
depths the state of consciousness which is called divine.

As well as being filled with resplendent divine light, the transcendental domains are often
described as existing beyond the ordinary senses.

At times, the scenery of the Beyond bears very little similarity to anything known on
earth. (eyes closed)

Beyond the play of the penis in the vagina lies the play of the organism in its
environment.

Consciousness is infinite, rather than finite, stretching beyond the limits of time and
space.

Enlightenment comes when the individual self realizes it has no separate identity beyond
this Absolute.

Enriched by a consciousness perspective, liberal education can extend freedom and
mental refinement far beyond the parochialism of single-state learning.

Expanded consciousness extends far beyond the cultural and ego games in which men are
enmeshed.

Experience life as it actually is, as beyond the ways in which it is merely measured and
described and calculated.

Go beyond your secular tribal mind to contact the many levels of divine energy which lie
within your consciousness.

God will remain somehow remote and “out there” unless there is a complete turnabout
into which all references to the high and the beyond is translated into terms of depth.

Grof describes transpersonal experiences as those in which ego boundaries are dissolved
and awareness is extended beyond the ordinary confines of time and space.

Huxley described the experience at its best as a “gratuitous grace,” providing access to
what he called “Mind-at-Large,” beyond the “reducing valve” of the ordinary egoic mind.

In the heart of each of us, a greater potential exists for realizing truth, for experiencing
wholeness, for going beyond the shell of the ego.

In this special state of consciousness, the subject becomes aware of certain intra-psychi
processes ordinarily excluded or beyond the scope of awareness.

It is a cosmic consciousness into which we enter as our normal consciousness expands,
and we become aware of the transcendent dimension of humanity beyond space and time.

It is prohibited in highly technological and complex civilizations to lift the reality curtain
and gaze upon the naked beyond.

It permits you to see more clearly than our perishing mortal eye can see, vistas beyond
the horizons of this life.

Mescaline and LSD take you beyond the senses into a world of cellular awareness. (eyes
closed)

Most of the great religions have taken this goal, the going beyond the rational as their
central program.

Mystery lies at the heart of the whole life of the universe, but it is a mystery beyond the
reach of logic.

Mystics emphasize the direct experience of cosmic consciousness that goes beyond the
scientific approach.

One looks beyond the horizon of the normal world and this “beyond” is so impressive or
even shocking.

One realizes that the form of man extends far, far beyond the limits of the skin and very
much deeper than the conscious ego.

Our internal functions are not beyond the reach of conscious-ness. (They are beyond the
reach of ego or “normal” waking consciousness.)

Reality, God, the Eternal Now, is entirely beyond speech and understanding and
attainment, but at the same time, is right here.

Religions teach of the eternity of man, of the greater life beyond, of the soul, of that
which is greater than this physical life.

Spirit shines in glory in what is beyond the world. Though spirit lies beyond the world, it
stays ever within it.

The actual experience of gratitude has an uplifting and joyous quality which is beyond all
words.

The divine process operates in time dimensions which are far beyond our routine secular
space-time limits.

The experience of cosmic consciousness is boundless, unfathomable, and beyond
expression.

The extension of consciousness seems to go beyond the phenomenal world and beyond
the space-time continuum as we normally perceive it.

The extension of consciousness seems to go beyond the phenomenal world and the time-
space continuum as we perceive it in our everyday life.

The glory and wonder of pure existence belong to another order, beyond the power of
even the highest art to express.

The God externalized in Christ exists within the center rather than beyond the outer
boundary of our consciousness. (There is no outer boundary to our consciousness.)

the incredible immensity of that submerged continent, the unconscious—There is a vast
beyond that lies within.

The individual is freed or forced to experience a great outpouring of feeling often far
beyond his conception of his own emotional capabilities.

The LSD gamble is that risk men have faced for thousands of years if they wished to
pursue what lay beyond their minds.

The more expanded your consciousness, the farther out you can move beyond your mind,
the deeper, the richer, the longer and more meaningful your sexual communion.

The mystical consciousness is so much more deeply rooted than any other human
impulse and is characterized by an experience that goes beyond death.

The psychedelic experience provides nothing less than a means of truly going “beyond
Freud” and to venture into these previously inaccessible regions of mind.

The Tao belongs neither to knowing or not knowing. If you really understand the Tao
beyond doubt, it’s like the empty sky. Why drag in right and wrong?

The truth that the infinite is conscious is, like its very existence, beyond any objective
proof. (The infinite is alive.)

There are realms of experience, modes of self, and states of consciousness far beyond
our day-to-day experience or our traditional cultural and psychological models.

There is a point at which explanation comes to a full stop, a point beyond which lies only
the mystery of the divine being.

There is nothing but Mind. It’s not an existence, nor is it a non-existence. It is indeed
beyond both existence and non-existence.

They think things are all right the way they are. They don’t even think anything EXISTS
beyond the TV-bullshit-money reality production.

To use our heads, to push out beyond words, space-time categories, models and concepts,
it becomes necessary to go out of our generally rational minds.

Transpersonal experiences involve a strong, personal and conscious relation to reality that
goes far beyond the present scientific framework.

We are part of an infinite field of consciousness that encompasses all there is—beyond
space-time and into realities we have yet to explore.

Western culture seems at the moment spiritually disintegrated beyond hope of
reconstruction.

What lies beyond the opposites must be discussed, if at all, using the language of
analogy, metaphor and myth.

Words break down because they always imply a meaning beyond themselves and here,
there is no meaning beyond.

You get a sense of the larger picture of things. People who don’t trip are too tied up in
themselves to see anything beyond their own petty, little troubles and problems.

Your consciousness extends beyond the language you know and the culture in which you
exist.

As one’s head looks like nothing to the eyes, yet is the source of intelligence, the
indefinable Tao is the intelligence which shapes the world with a skill beyond our
understanding.

Ego focuses consciousness on the few immediately neighboring pieces of the game board
because ego knows that one glance across the game board or beyond it puts the whole
thing in perspective.

Exploration of the human psyche with these powerful catalyzing agents has shown
beyond any doubt that the biographical model developed by Freud’s “depth” psychology
barely scratches the surface of mental dynamics.

In order to become directly acquainted with God, rather than merely to know about God,
one must go beyond symbols and concepts, which are obstacles to the immediate
experience of the divine.

Internal unity occurs when consciousness merges with this “ground of being”, beyond all
empirical distinctions. Although awareness of one’s empirical ego has ceased, one does
not become unconscious.

It is important to prepare the client for the fact that the dimensions of the experience will
probably be beyond anything that he or she has ever faced before or could even imagine
in the usual state of consciousness.

It is possible to cut beyond ego-consciousness, to tune in on neurological processes which
flash by at the speed of light, and to become aware of the enormous treasury of ancient
racial knowledge welded into the nucleus of every cell in your body.

Leary felt that LSD’s significance lay beyond all social analysis and all psychological
categories and since the drug experience was completely unique, a new model was
needed, a new structure.

Many traditional scientists confuse the current Newtonian-Cartesian model of the
universe with a definitive description of reality, the accuracy and truth of which has been
proven beyond any reasonable doubt. (Those scientists have it all wrong.)

Millions already know that beyond the fears of the state-sanctioned psychiatry and
governmental policy, under the right set and setting psychedelics can lead to joy,
mystery, rebirth and realization beyond belief.

Odd as it may sound, the ego finds that its own center and nature is beyond itself. The
more deeply I go into myself, the more I am not myself and yet this is the very heart of
me.

One transcends the dichotomy set up in one’s mind between “inner” and “outer” worlds
of experience and sees reality only from the standpoint of the mystical vision and many
experience life beyond all dualities.

Promoting their methodological ineptitude to the rank of a criterion of truth, dogmatic
scientists have often branded everything beyond the pale of their limited competence as
unreal or even impossible.

Terror at the confrontation with the Divine is natural and instinctive and has been felt by
every voyager on the great journey beyond the self. It’s the fear of death, the loss of
control. (There is no death and it’s the ego that fears, loses control and “dies”.)

The common denominator of this rich and ramified group of transpersonal phenomena is
a feeling that consciousness has expanded beyond the usual ego boundaries and has
transcended the limitations of time and space.

The enlightened individual goes beyond grammar. He has what may be called a
“grammar-transcending experience” which permits him to live in the consciousness of
the divine continuum of the world and to see the one continually manifest in the many.

The enlightened person is, so to speak, after the rise of language; he lives in language and
then goes beyond it. But what sort of world is there before language is introduced? What
sort of world is the world of immediate non-verbalized experience?

The process of self-consciousness cannot disentangle itself by itself. It has to be “tricked”
out of its predicament. You cannot surprise yourself on purpose. Something beyond
conscious control must overthrow the Devil at the right moment.

The reach of consciousness is not limited to the material world and to spacetime. It can
extend beyond the boundaries of the Newtonian reality altogether and access nonordinary
dimensions of existence.

There exists a range of energies and awarenesses beyond the imprinted symbols of
rational thought which can work with a rapidity and efficiency beyond the workaday
conceptual processes.

There is good reason to believe that the psychedelics are the opposite of hallucinogens
insofar as they decrease the selectivity the senses and expose consciousness to events
beyond those that are supposed to deserve notice.

Transpersonal experiences can be defined as “experiences involving an expansion or
extension of consciousness beyond the usual ego boundaries and beyond the limitations
of time and/or space.”

Blake says the landscapes and the architectures in which they live are highly organized,
they are articulated beyond anything which the mortal and perishing sight could possibly
imagine, that they were in some sense super-real, they were more real than ordinary
reality.

Everything seen by those who visit the mind’s antipodes is brilliantly illuminated and
seems to shine from within. All colors are intensified to a pitch beyond anything seen in
the normal state and at the same time, the mind’s capacity for recognizing fine
distinctions of tone and hue is notably heightened.

Here, the individual feels that he is experiencing the innermost divine core of his being.
His individual self is losing its seemingly separate identity and is reuniting with what is
perceived as its divine source, the Universal Self. This results in feelings of immediate
contact or identity with the Beyond Within, with God.

How strange that we should all carry about with us this enormous universe of vision and
that which is beyond vision and yet be mainly unconscious of the fact! How can we learn
to pass at will from one world of consciousness to the others? Mescaline and LSD will
open the door.

In view of the enormous variety and scope of these phenomena, most of which lie far
beyond the conceptual framework of traditional psychology and the philosophy of
Western science, it is not surprising that Western scientists and educated laypersons alike
tend to take these claims with a grain of salt.

It is here that we look beyond the belief that consciousness exists only as a result of our
individual lives. As we come to terms with the concept of the transpersonal realm, we
begin thinking of consciousness as something that exists outside and independent of us,
something that in its essence is not bound to matter.

Leary once remarked that people who believe that LSD should be illegal because some
users have committed suicide, maybe because of it, should agitate even more heatedly for
the abolition of examinations. Statistics show that the link between final exams and
suicide is true beyond any doubt. Every year the college suicide rate rises at exam time.

Our individual consciousnesses connect us directly not only with our immediate
environment and with various periods of our own past, but also with events that are far
beyond the reach of our physical senses, extending into other historical times, into nature,
and into the cosmos.

Plato tells us that beyond this ephemeral and imperfect existence here below, there is
another Ideal world of Archetypes, where the original, the true, the beautiful Patterns of
things exists for evermore. It is clear where Plato found his Ideas; Plato had drunk of the
potion in the Temple of Eleusis and had spent the night seeing the great vision.

Religion, I will be thinking of as the inner experience of the individual when he senses
Ultimate Reality, whether as God, a Beyond, transcendent cosmic process, a wholly
different and profound dimension of life, nirvana or however one chooses to name and
interpret this ultimate reality.

The concept of time does not merely lose meaning, but, more impressively, is seen in a
new perspective. Subjects assert that they felt “outside of” time, beyond both past and
future, as though they were viewing the totality of history from a transcendent vantage
point.

The person feels a deep connection with the innermost spiritual core of his or her being.
The illusion of the individual self fades away and the person enjoys reunion with his or
her divine Self, which is also the Universal Self, the cosmic source of all existence. This
is a direct and immediate contact with the Beyond Within, with God.

The thought of death does not in the least disturb me, because I am firmly convinced that
our spirit is altogether indestructible and thus continues from eternity to eternity. It is like
the sun, which to our eyes seems to disappear beyond the horizon, while in actual fact it
goes on shining continuously.

This journey is experienced as going further “in”, as going back through one’s personal
life, in and back and through and beyond into the experience of all mankind, of the primal
man, of Adam and perhaps even further into the beings of animals, vegetables and
minerals.

We are dealing with an issue that is not new, an issue that has been considered for
centuries by mystics, by philosophers of the religious experience, by those rare and truly
great scientists who have been able to move in and then out beyond the limits of the
science game.

We may encounter entities, situations, and places that bear little or no resemblance to the
realities we know in our day-to-day lives. It is here that we go beyond more familiar
experiences and enter the world known to shamans and seers, the world of deities and
suprahuman beings known from the myths and fairy tales. (eyes closed)

You have to pass beyond everything you have learned in order to become acquainted
with the new areas of consciousness. Ignorance of this fact is the veil which shuts man
within the narrow confines of his acquired, artificial concepts of “reality”, and prevents
him from coming to know his own true nature.

A superior religion goes beyond theology. It turns toward the center; it investigates and
feels out the inmost depths of man himself, since it is here that we are in most intimate
contact, or rather, in identity with existence itself. Dependence on theological ideas and
symbols is replaced by a direct, non-conceptual touch with a level of being which is
simultaneously one’s own and the being of all others.

Exploration of the human psyche with these powerful catalyzing agents has shown
beyond any doubt that the biographical model developed by Freud’s “depth” psychology
barely scratches the surface of mental dynamics. To account for all the extraordinary
experiences and observations in psychedelic states, it was necessary to develop a vastly
expanded cartography of the human mind.

In the field of treatment of alcoholism, there were several studies showing a close to 50
percent control rate following “LSD therapy,” a figure which cannot be matched by any
other therapeutic approach to this problem and successful beyond the wildest dreams of
Alcoholics Anonymous, to say nothing of conventional psychoanalysis, which has a
success rate of curing alcoholics of about one in every hundred, which is nobody.

In the transpersonal realm, we experience an extension of our consciousness far beyond
the usual boundaries of both our bodies and our egos, as well as beyond the physical
limits of our everyday lives. The more I have explored this realm in my own research, the
more I am convinced that these experiences in transpersonal consciousness can include
the entire spectrum of existence itself.

Myths do not come from a concept system; they come from a life system; they come out
of a deeper center. We must not confuse mythology with ideology. Myths come from
where the heart is, and where the experience is, even as the mind may wonder why
people believe these things. The myth does not point to a fact; the myth points beyond
facts to something that informs the fact.

Psychedelic drugs released new forces into the consciousness of millions of people.
These forces might be seen as good, evil, or morally ambiguous; they might be regarded
as coming from within, as an upsurge from the unconscious mind, or from beyond, as a
revelation from other planes of existence; or some way to reconcile these interpretations
might be sought.

Socrates tells us that there exists an ideal world above and beyond the world of matter.
“In this other earth the colors are much purer and much more brilliant than they are down
here…The very mountains, the very stones have a richer gloss, a lovlier transparency and
intensity of hue. The precious stones of this lower world, our highly prized cornelians,
jaspers, emeralds and all the rest, are but tiny fragments of these stones above.

There is a limitless range of awareness for which we now have no words. That awareness
can expand beyond the range of your ego, your self, your familiar identity, beyond
everything you have learned, beyond your notions of space and time, beyond the
differences which usually separate people from each other and from the world around
them.

Three hundred years ago, if I announced there was a level of reality made up of tiny
particles which seem to have a beauty, a meaning, a planfulness of their own, I’d be in
danger of being imprisoned. When I could persuade people to look through the
microscope lens at a leaf, or a snowflake or a drop of blood, then they would discover
that beyond the macroscopic world are visible realms of energy and meaning.

Up this gradual stairway of Sense, Understanding, Intuition, we mount to that height from
which we are able to behold, with some degree of calmness, the infinite fields of intuitive
Beauty and Truth, when the screen of the bodily is removed, and the scope of vision
belonging to our highest faculty is realized to be immeasurably beyond all that our most
rapturous visions ever conceived it.

Western scientists view their own particular approach to reality and psychological
phenomena as superior and “proven beyond a shadow of doubt,” while judging the
perspectives of other cultures as inferior, naive, and primitive. The traditional academic
approach takes into consideration only those observations and experiences that are
mediated by the five senses in an ordinary state of consciousness.

With the advent of modern science, the notion of acceptable reality was narrowed to
include only those aspects of existence that are material, tangible, and measurable.
Spirituality in any form was exiled from the modern scientific worldview. Western
cultures adopted a restricted and rigid interpretation of what is “normal” in human
experience and behavior and rarely accepted those who sought to go beyond these limits.

You have to take it with your patient or at least have taken it yourself in order to
empathize with and follow his as he goes from one level to another. If the therapist has
never taken it, he’s sitting there with his sticky molasses Freudian psychiatric chessboard
attempting to explain experiences that are far beyond the narrow limits of that particular
system.

Perhaps the most effective stratagram of the intellect is to convince the owner that it is
equivalent to the mind; if one accepts this notion, abandoning the intellect becomes
equivalent to losing one’s mind. For this reason, intellectuals tend to look upon persons
who have gone beyond the intellect as unfortunates who have suffered a mental
catastrophe, even though those persons may have greater awareness than any intellectual
can have.

Systematic study of non-ordinary states has shown me, beyond any doubt, that the
traditional understanding of the human personality, limited to postnatal biography and to
the Freudian individual unconscious, is painfully narrow and superficial. To account for
all the extraordinary new observations, it became necessary to create a radically
expanded model of the human psyche and a new way of thinking about mental health and
disease.

At the point where I am most myself I am most beyond myself.
Beyond its doors are the mysteries.
Beyond the falsifications of egocentric consciousness lies the world of awareness.
Break through and roam free out beyond symbols.
Ecstasy is something higher or further out than ordinary pleasure, beyond pleasure.
Expanded awareness extends beyond the limits of the verbal and conceptual.
Growth towards wholeness means going beyond ego.
If life has a meaning for you beyond the TV-studio game, you are religious.
It takes courage to go out beyond your mind.
Psychedelics do take us fast and far beyond our normal conceptual framework.
Real knowledge is nonverbal and beyond the reach of concepts.
The drugs “free” the mind for creative activity that would otherwise be beyond reach.
The experience goes “beyond the conflict of the opposites.”
The glory of God is beyond all description and comprehension.
The Supreme Self is always just beyond its own control of itself.
The world beyond the skin is actually an extension of our own bodies.
The world beyond the world of appearances is this world seen in a different way.
The world does not point to a meaning beyond itself. It is like pure music.
There is a world beyond appearances.
There is no future beyond this state of mind, no state of mind beyond this one.
They have seen beyond the separateness of the ego’s shell.
To go beyond the insulated self is such a liberation.
To go beyond the limits of the insulated ego is such a liberation.
True identity is indivisible oneness, beyond negativity and dualities of any kind.
True insight takes me beyond the intellect.
Truth lies beyond all power of words.

I have seen the greater consciousness, shining like the sun on the other shore beyond the
darkness.

The “myself” which I am beginning to recognize, which I had forgotten but actually
know better than anything else, goes far back beyond my childhood.

I am truly reaching as far as I can—beyond words—beyond me—beyond us—beyond.

I became increasingly cognizant of the sacredness of the experience I was undergoing
and felt an expansion of consciousness beyond the confines of my head and my body.

I experienced reality from a location that lies somewhere beyond the force of gravity or
time.

I felt as if I was beyond seconds, minutes and hours and also beyond past, present and
future.

I had been able to see through and let go of many constricting patterns of thought and
behavior that previously seemed automatic and beyond conscious control.

I knew that the experience was not the result of a psychosis brought on by the drug but a
glimpse into a world beyond ordinary reality.

I perceived patterns, molecular structures connecting everything, which went through
everything, transcended everything, went beyond everything.

I was carried by this light to an Ecstasy beyond ecstasy and suddenly I was no longer I,
but a part of the Divine Workings.

My energetic field was now extended far beyond the boundaries of my physical body,
drawing emotional nourishment from this energy.

Suddenly there was white light and the shimmering beauty of unity. There was light
everywhere, white light with a clarity beyond description.

There came a knowing beyond all doubting, convictions unshakable in their strength, as
if LSD had pulled back a curtain and allowed the light of wisdom to shine through.

There were many dimensions that were far beyond anything that one could produce in
fantasy in a usual state of mind.

Things the least suspected of having a significance beyond their material agency were
perceived to be the most startling illustrations and incarnations of spiritual facts.

Blake saw visionary landscapes “articulated beyond all that the mortal and perishing
nature can produce” and “infinitely more perfect and minutely organized than anything
seen by the mortal eye.”

Death, instead of being the ultimate end of everything, suddenly appeared as a transition
into a different type of existence; the idea of the possible continuity of consciousness
beyond physical death seemed to be much more plausible than the opposite.

It was the understanding beyond words. It was the place beyond intellect. It is always
there, awaiting our presence, yearning for us to enter the new dimension and cast off our
chains.

LSD had flipped consciousness out beyond life into the whirling dance of pure energy,
where nothing existed except whirring vibrations and each illusory form was simply a
different frequency.

My identity and awareness seemed to spread throughout the room and even beyond into
the forest outside. This meant when somebody came into the room, as they did, it was as
if they were walking into “me.”

The LSD voyage goes out far beyond one’s small private history. My trip was back
through the cycle of being, which, if Jung’s collective unconscious really exists, as I
could now swear that it does, is the recurring history of you and me, all of us.

There was only the music and then bright colors that turned out to be musical notes. The
notes danced along a silver staff of music that stretched from one eternity to another,
beyond the planets and stars and space itself.

Vivid experiential encounters with elements of the deep unconscious made it possible to
relate to spiritual and psychic dimensions that were beyond their previous conceptual
frameworks.

I cannot say exactly what the mysterious change was. I saw no new thing, but I saw all
the usual things in a miraculous new light, in what I believe is their true light. I saw for
the first time how wildly beautiful and joyous, beyond any words of mine to describe, is
the whole of life.

I took my wife’s hand and it seemed to me a great force of love flowed through my hand
into hers and also from her hand into mine and that then this love was diffused
throughout our bodies. Her smile, he whole face was beautiful beyond description and I
wondered if I would be able to see her like this when the drug experience had ended.

There was unity and life and the exquisite love that filled my being was unbounded. My
awareness was acute and complete. I saw God and all the saints and I knew the truth. I
felt myself flowing into the cosmos, levitated beyond all restraint, liberated to swim in
the blissful radiance of the heavenly visions.

“This is an experience of life itself, of existence,” I fairly shouted with unintelligible joy
at my state. It was one of exultation, wonder and awe, amazement over Being. I laughed
until tears came to my eyes. “This is fantastic! Beyond words!” That it was—and is—and
ever shall be.

The city was bathed in the first pink rays of the morning sun and was truly breath-taking
to behold. The soft greens of the trees and grass of Central Park were beyond belief. The
buildings and streets had a warmth and charm hitherto reserved for memories of bygone
days…That evening I was back in my old familiar world but with an awareness of and
appreciation for colors, hues and textures that I had never had before.

That first experience with psilocybin had an immeasurable effect on my life. It was
radically and totally different, yet during the course of the experience I felt closer to my
true self than I had ever been and more aware of my innermost feelings and thoughts. I
had also been fully and intensely aware of people and things around me and did not lose
the reality perceptions that govern our ordinary world. Rather, ordinary perception was
enriched and enlivened beyond comparison.

Beyond me the view stretched endlessly away.
Beyond time, beyond past, present and future, in religious language, I was in eternity.
Depth perception was increased far beyond normal standards.
I knew beyond the shadow of any doubt that there was a divine spirit behind all creation.
I was beyond the hold and protection of a body.
My awareness had moved beyond our ordinary so-called real world.
Sweeping across the heavens came the gold of love and God, rich beyond imagining.
They stepped beyond the restrictions of their usual state of awareness.

a religion which goes beyond symbols, a knowledge of God entirely transcending
symbolism

a trip to what the spiritualists had called the Other World, which lay beyond the deceptive
boundary of everyday consciousness

a union beyond the realm of duality, where to be and not to be God presents no
contradiction

a unity of things, a sort of movement that goes through everything and is beyond
everything

acquiring certain information or perceiving a certain situation that according to generally
accepted paradigms is beyond the reach of the senses

an evolutionary jump in consciousness that can take us as far beyond our present
condition as we now are from the primates

an Old World of personal consciousness and beyond a dividing sea, a series of New
Worlds

awesome beyond-musical choruses that surged to holy crescendos of sound and then
receded to equally holy silence

becomes open to the possibility that consciousness might be independent of the physical
body and continue beyond the moment of clinical death

beyond the narrow boundaries of his or her perishable physical shrine and the limitations
of the individual life span

beyond the narrow boundaries of the physical organism and limitations of their own life
spans

creative insights expressing themselves within and beyond some given technical
convention

experiences that underlie and yet are beyond our everyday perception of the world and
outside the reach of traditional scientific method

experiential dimensions that are clearly beyond the confines of what is agreed upon in the
West as objective reality

Leary’s model for “transcendental communities” where family members could maintain a
level of experience which cuts beyond routine ego and social games

letting in a free flow of comprehension beyond the everyday threshold of experience
while keeping the mind clear

nondefinable aspects of reality far beyond accepted limits of science (Science has limits.
Reality has no limits.)

people who had evolved past the ego, who were living beyond “the persona, the role or
mask which we normally are compelled to exhibit socially”

propel awareness out beyond normal modes of consciousness, propel us into new
dimensions of awareness

pushing human consciousness beyond the present limitations and on towards capacities
not yet realized and perhaps undreamed of

radiant, the child-like smile of absolute knowing, knowing beyond words, peace that is
not static but flowing

radical insight arising from entry into a condition beyond the realm of time, space and
causality

that the Beyond is within, that God is to be found in the deepest and innermost reaches of
consciousness

the center of centers, as remotely distant on the inside as the nebulae beyond our galaxy
on the outside

the creative energy and intelligence of the universe as pure consciousness, existing
beyond time and space

the experience of transcendence and union with that which is apprehended as lying
beyond the multiplicity of the world

the love of metaphysics and mysticism which carry one’s interests beyond the surface of
the sensible world

the subject’s feeling that his or her consciousness has expanded beyond the usual ego
boundaries and has transcended the limitations of time and space

the very life of the universe, which is complete at every moment and does not need to
justify itself by aiming at something beyond

the white light of the void, the ecstatic union that comes from when you’re completely
turned-on, beyond the senses, beyond the body

to experience a new mode of existence and consciousness as far beyond our present mode
of existence as ours is beyond that of an animal

to go beyond into regions where the terrain is unfamiliar, but where a much more
profound transformation and self-realization is possible

to go beyond what we generally consider our rational minds in order to experience new
levels of consciousness

to use marijuana and LSD to get beyond the TV studio, to enhance creativity, as catalysts
to deepen wisdom and meaning

“transcendental experiences”—a state beyond conflict—often with rapid and dramatic
therapeutic results

metaphysics—refers to the knowledge of that which is beyond the natural order, to the
universal, infinite and eternal, as distinct from and beyond the individual, the finite and
the temporal

one myth after another, lived out and traced back to the basic flash in the silent,
impersonal, whirring of primal vibrations, beyond sense, beyond cell, beyond seed,
beyond life (eyes closed)

to go outside routine modes of experiencing, beyond learned or familiar concepts so that
one was no longer aware of oneself as a social figure, but as another entity, outside
parochial worlds of experience

freedom from the learned cultural mind, the freedom to expand one’s consciousness
beyond artificial cultural knowledge, to move from constant preoccupation with the
verbal game, the social games, the game of self, to the joyous unity of what exists
beyond

the Primordial Tradition: an age-old wisdom of humanity, neglected only where modern
science and secularism rule, its truths revealed to the interior eye in altered states of
consciousness and now, finally, in natural science itself as it reaches its limits and begins
to glimpse something beyond

a “beyond” which is “within”
a deep longing for the unseen and unknown, the dimension beyond opposites
a reality that is beyond human knowledge but nevertheless can be experienced directly
a realm beyond the physical reality
a realm beyond this one
a self far beyond the image of the ego or of the human body as limited by the skin
a sense of reality beyond anything ever experienced or imagined previously
a state of infinite possibility beyond good and evil
a unified world view with meaning beyond that drawn from empirical reality
an ecstatic revelation—going beyond, confronting God, getting out of your mind
an experience beyond time, of union with the divine Ground
awareness which extends beyond the personal goals of the ego
awareness which is beyond body, mind and ego
beyond all feelings
beyond and yet within
beyond anything ever experienced or imagined
beyond desire
beyond everything, BEYOND eternity, above everything, divine
beyond game problems of personality, role and professional status
beyond games, in touch with only the living moment, this immediate reality
beyond high
beyond life, existence, you, me, everything
beyond or outside the range of the normal, the everyday
beyond reason or imagination
beyond social goals, beyond normal strivings
beyond that door, a garden of infinite dimension, infinite adventure
beyond the beyond, back to where you started from
beyond the created world
beyond the imprinted, learned structure
beyond the limits of ordinary human thought
beyond the periphery of normal human experience
beyond the ultimate limits
“Beyond theology: the science and art of Godmanship”
broadened and deepened beyond all imaginable limits
complete transcendence—beyond words, beyond space-time, beyond self
dimensions beyond anything encountered in everyday life
direct experience of the beyond
eternal because it is beyond all dualities
expanding consciousness beyond the game limits
experiences far beyond the narrow limits of words and concepts
far above and beyond this frozen world
far beyond the conventional topics of psychotherapy which emphasized biographical data
far beyond the limits of ordinary human experience
gazing far beyond his eyes at the wonder of enlightenment
getting beyond the game structure
glimpsed what is beyond the door
glory which lies beyond the veil
going beyond, getting out of your mind, confronting God
going beyond or higher than the ordinary mental state
grow into union with the Good that is beyond good and evil
journeys to the Beyond
like a glimpse beyond the boundary of human experience
metaphysic, “beyond physics”, beyond investigation and experiment
my plodding mind, duly recording the doings of a consciousness far beyond itself
out beyond normal consciousness
pass beyond personal awareness into a universal awareness unlimited by time and space
propel me out beyond my mind
propels the subject beyond space, time, ego, culture, etc.
push out beyond the unexpanded boundaries of our minds, beyond words
see beyond-our-world beauty
that essence, that place beyond
the appetite for spiritual transcendence, the desire to go beyond
the dimensions beyond
the discovery of the mystery, the wonder beyond all wonders
the Divine beyond
the divine reality within and beyond us
the existence of vast reaches of mind beyond our conscious, rational mental processes
the experience of beyond ego
the flash beyond time into the depths of consciousness
the gift beyond price
the Great Beyond
the impossible, to describe in words that which is beyond words
the level beyond levels
the Other World, beyond the Door
the reality beyond symbols
the “taste for the infinite”—the force in man that drives him beyond the everyday
the trip beyond the mind to liberation
the ultimate reality beyond all dualities
to contact energy beyond your game
to expand consciousness beyond the learned mind
to get out beyond your routine robot consciousness
to glimpse something beyond
to go beyond all symbols to a direct experience of the basic fact of the divine immanence
to move beyond the ego which holds onto what is predictable in life
to pass beyond ordinary consciousness and see things as they are in Reality
to penetrate to a reality more native to you, to a world beyond time
total love beyond emotional love
totally and clearly beyond rational comprehension
understandings beyond the grasp of our normal consciousness
what lies beyond our experience
when consciousness spins out beyond symbols

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