Deep, Depth

Deep, Depth

A man must be deeply serious to have the courage to stand against the awesome power of
organized society.

According to the new data, spirituality is an intrinsic property of the psyche that emerges
quite spontaneously when the process of self-exploration reaches sufficient depth.

All of this is felt in the deepest roots of one’s body. One descends into these roots and
relives the prehistoric process. (eyes closed)

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

Colors are typically very bright, penetrating and explosive; the light and color contrasts
are enhanced and deepened.

Consciousness can be expanded or deepened so as to include vast areas of experience
entirely ignored or “screened-out” by conscious attention.

Deep experiences of cosmic unity have a universal healing potential of extraordinary
power.

Deep experiential work requires a vastly extended cartography of the psyche that includes
important domains uncharted by traditional science.

Deep in the flame of the central spark of all of us is the memory of the original beginning
which is also the final end.

Deep personal experiences may be significant in shaping the inner landscape of the
future. Today that landscape appears dismally flat, largely a featureless plain.

Deep religious experiences can be found only within ourselves. (LSD is the key that
opens the door.)

Deep self-exploration of the individual unconscious turns into a process of experiential
adventure in the universe-at-large which involves cosmic consciousness.

Depth perception is often heightened and perspective distorted; inanimate objects take on
expressions, and synesthesia (hearing colors, seeing sounds, etc.) is common.

During a deep ecstatic experience, the subject will accept enthusiastically just about any
piece of music.

Experiences encountered in the process of in-depth self-exploration have intrinsic healing
potential.

Experiences of oceanic ecstasy and cosmic unity seem to be deeply related to the
undifferentiated state of consciousness that an infant experiences.

Few people can tap universal wisdom and pass it on to others. But, deep inside, each
person possesses this wisdom.

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.

He may have a deep and moving religious experience in which he understands the pattern
of all life, with awe, gratitude and total understanding.

In field, forest and every garden, a reality is perceptible that is infinitely more real, older,
deeper and more wondrous than everything made by people.

In the case of the psychedelics, the conditions under which they are tried deeply influence
the direction of the experience.

In this state of knowledge of God, the mind is enlightened from out of the depths of
divine wisdom which defy our scrutiny.

Individuals talk about experiencing themselves as reborn and purified; a deep sense of
being in tune with nature and the universe replaces their previous feelings of alienation.

It has a deep logic of its own and can be meaningfully related to a new model of the
universe and of human nature.

It has deep and revolutionary implications for the understanding of psychopathology and
offers new therapeutic possibilities undreamt of by traditional psychiatry.

LSD activates deep repositories of unconscious material and brings their content to the
surface, making it available for direct experience.

LSD-assisted analysis could deepen, intensify, and accelerate the therapeutic process and
produce practical results.

LSD could enable one to study psychic material that is buried in the deepest layers of the
unconscious and is usually inaccessible to less dynamic techniques.

LSD enables us to penetrate deeply and bring about changes in personality formerly
thought impossible.

LSD phenomena are extremely interesting material for a deeper understanding of the
mind, the nature of man and human society.

Many people discover a deep connection with an inner source, higher self, or God, and
they might experience the world as an expression of the Divine.

Many states that mainstream psychiatry considers bizarre and incomprehensible are
natural manifestations of the deep dynamics of the human psyche.

Memory has a deep dimension, a sensation of being immeasurably ancient and knowing,
as somehow prior to time and space.

Most art springs from intense inner experiences. Passionate religious feelings, for
instance, has inspired artists to produce their most deeply felt and moving works.

Not only can psychedelic drugs deepen and broaden our understanding of religious
experience, but they may also contribute to genuine spiritual development.

On the threshold of the most profound and ultimate depths, we are faced with the
revelation that our experience is contained within the depths of the Divine life itself.

Once a person has been emotionally stirred to such depths, he can never completely lose
his new sense of awareness.

One feels, or responds emotionally with MORE intensity, MORE depth, MORE

comprehensiveness.

One may be infused with ecstasy, peace and a deep feeling of support by the cosmic
process.

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 spiritual journey will take us into ever deeper and broader aspects of ourselves and
the mystery that surrounds us.

Previously pragmatic and materialistic individuals can develop deep interest in and
genuine appreciation of the spiritual aspects of existence.

Psychedelic substances are extremely powerful tools for opening the depths of the
unconscious. They have great positive potential.

Recognition and exploration of these dimensions is indispensable for a deeper
understanding of human nature.

Religious experience can be defined as that experience which occurs when the “depths of
our being” are touched or confronted by the “Depth of Being.”

Sexual energies will be unimaginably intensified and it will lead to a deeper experience
than ever thought possible.

Spirituality is seeing the world with a deeper vision that is not self-centered, a vision that
sees through dualistic views to the underlying interconnectedness of all of life.

The basic mystery of the eidetic images (eyes closed) will deepen along with the drug-
state levels.

The deep liaison between sexuality and spirituality is acknowledged and cultivated in the
Tantric spiritual traditions.

The deep psychedelic experience is a death-rebirth flip. You turn on to the ancient
rhythm. You become its beat.

The depth and intensity of the death-rebirth experience provides a dramatic framework
for the termination of the old social role and the assumption of the new one.

The dimension of depth is where we address ourselves to what really matters and
confront the mysterium tremendum—the interior strangeness of Being.

The experience has shaped, at a deep level, my responses to dramatic changes that have
taken place in my life.

The experience is often so deeply revealing and moving that one hesitates to approach it
again until it has been thoroughly “digested” and this may be a matter of months.

The individual experiences a deep sense of emotional and spiritual liberation, redemption
and salvation.

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 mystic is able to enlarge his vision, to look more deeply into the unfathomable
miracle of existence.

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 orgastic feeling, if felt deeply and strongly enough in sex, always includes an
element of self-transcendence, of release.

The person who takes the drug undertakes a journey into his or her psyche. For this
reason, LSD is of deep relevance for understanding the human mind and psychotherapy.

The psychedelic peak experience is certainly an important factor mediating deep
personality transformation.

The subject experiences a sequence set in another country and/or a different historical
period, usually with deep emotional involvement and dramatic abreaction. (eyes closed)

The true and deepest value of the experience is that it offers a “tangible vision” of a better
state. (It’s the highest or best state of being.)

The use of LSD is a ready way of stirring deeply buried sources of the religious life and
perceptions, which create feelings of awe, joy, wonder, peace and love.

The very use of the term “the unconscious” for the inmost depths reveals how little
Western man knows of what is actually his central consciousness.

These perceptions are permanent—any deep aesthetic experience leaves a trace, and an
idea of what to look for that can be checked back later.

This experience was overt and conscious to people in the ancient cultures of 5000 years
ago, but today it is deeply unconscious and misunderstood.

To go deeper and deeper into oneself is also to go farther and farther out into the
universe.

To use music as a catalyst for deep self-exploration and experiential work, it is necessary
to learn a new way of listening to music and relating to it that is alien to our culture.

True spirituality is based on deep realization of the unity underlying all humanity and the
entire phenomenal world.

We will attain to knowledge of the universe through the spirit of truth and thereby to
understanding of our being one with the deepest, most comprehensive reality, God.

We must act not from our inflated or deflated ego but from the deepest recesses of our
being.

You become aware deep within you of ultimate communion, experiential awareness of
communion.

You must let go of the clutching personal self, in order to let this deeper self within you,
which you interfere with, come through and perform its miracles.

A deeper understanding of the transformative process based on the synthesis of historical,
anthropological and experimental data, could have important implications for many
different areas, including psychiatry, art, philosophy, religion and education.

A good experience with the drugs heightens and intensifies all experience and just as one
can enjoy music and art during the experience with a new and deeper appreciation, so one
can do the same with sex—it can be a beautiful experience under the drug.

A new, deepened reality consciousness could become the basis of a new religiosity which
would not be based on belief in the dogmas of various religions, but rather on perception
through the “spirit of truth.”

A strange, qualitative leap seems to occur in which deep exploration of the individual
unconscious turns into a process of experiential adventures in the universe-at-large,
involving what can be best described as the superconscious mind.

A truly unselfconscious person has a kind of unaggressive but nonetheless unshakable
assurance, which at a deep level is religious faith or at its deepest level a kind of
metaphysical certainty.

All questions about the mysteries of life seem to be answered and there is no need to go
any further. Communicating this to those who have not had this experience is neither
possible nor necessary. It becomes a self-validating and deeply personal experience.

Certain drugs can produce in otherwise normal individuals deep mystical and religious
states. Matrices for such experiences exist in the unconscious as a normal constituent of
the human personality.

Deep satisfaction can now be derived from a number of things that have been available
all along but were previously ignored or barely noticed. Full participation in the process
of life becomes more important than pursuit of any specific goal.

Every woman has built into her cells and tissues the longing for a hero, sage-mythic
male, to open up and share her own divinity. But casual sexual encounters do not satisfy
this deep longing.

For many people, one or two psychedelic experiences can accomplish the goals of a long
and successful psychotherapy, a deep understanding and game-free collaboration between
participants, plus insight.

Hallucinations could lead to deepened understanding of religious and mystical content
and to a new and fresh experience of the great works of art. (Actually, with LSD,
whatever you look at becomes a great work of art, even if it’s dust or garbage.)

High dosages and internalization of the process lead to greater depth, intensity and
spontaneous flow of the experience; this results in a better chance for a positive
breakthrough.

In advanced industrial societies, “paranormal” states of consciousness are readily
disparaged as “abnormal” or “pathological, indicative of a deeply ingrained prejudice
against certain varieties of experience.

In deep experiential psychotherapy, biographical material is not remembered or
reconstructed; it can actually be fully relived. This involves not only emotions, but also
physical sensations, visual perceptions, as well as vivid data from all the other senses.

It is not easy for the pious Christian to realize that Jesus was not an expert on the history
of religion and had probably never met anyone whose mystical vision was as deep as his
own.

Music seems to serve several important functions in the context of psychedelic therapy. It
tends to evoke a variety of powerful emotions and facilitates deeper involvement in the
psychedelic process.

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.

People who have had such experiences usually agree that deep within each of us lie
goodness unimagined, wisdom, music, talents of every variety, joy, peace, humility, love
and spirituality, to mention only a few.

Somewhere deep in our DNA memory banks there is this intuitive knowledge that
chemicals are the key. I think it’s no accident that in so many myths passed down from
generation to generation there is this theme of the magic potion.

Suddenly, the familiar view of our surroundings is transformed in a strange, delightful
way: it appears to us in a new light, takes on a special meaning. Such an experience can
be as light and fleeting as a breath of air, or it can imprint itself deeply upon our minds.

The concepts and practices found in the Buddhist, Hindu, Christian, Islamic and other
mystical traditions, based on centuries of deep psychological exploration and
experimentation, are indiscriminately ignored and dismissed.

The deep contents of the psyche that we are ordinarily unaware of erupt into
consciousness in the form of images, powerful emotions, and strange physical feelings.
(eyes closed)

The fact that many people take LSD in an attempt to find a solution to their emotional
dilemmas or from a deep need for philosophical and spiritual answers should not be
underestimated.

The grasping approach to sexuality destroys its gaiety before anything else, blocking up
its deepest and most secret fountain. For there is no other reason for creation than pure
joy.

The individual sees the world as incredibly beautiful, radiant, safe, and nourishing. This
is associated with a deep awareness of the spiritual and mystical dimensions in the
universal scheme of things and with a sense of oneness and belonging.

The participation of archetypal elements in the death-rebirth process reflects the fact that
deep experiential confrontation with the phenomena of death and birth typically results in
a spiritual and mystical opening and mediates access to the transpersonal realm.

The process of serial LSD sessions transcends the framework of traditional depth-
psychological analysis and offers unique possibilities for a serious philosophical and
spiritual quest.

The richness of opportunities for deep dramatic shifts and transformations that is
characteristic of psychedelic states seems to make LSD a very special adjunct to
psychotherapy.

The subjects confronts figures from mythology with a shock of recognition, seeing in the
figures now revealed as inhabitants of his own deep psyche, enigmatic bearers of ancient
answers to the riddle of existence. (eyes closed)

This euphoric feeling includes elements of profound peace and steadfastness, surging like
a spring from a depth of my being which has rarely, if ever, been tapped prior to the drug
experience.

To cure the junkie and the alcoholic, you must admit that he is a deeply spiritual person
and accept the cosmic validity of his search to transcend the game and you help him see
that the way is through psychedelic rather than anesthetic experience.

Unlike the verbal approaches, deep experiential therapy has the potential to take the client
in a very short time to the original traumatic situations and thus to the roots of the
problem. (“Deep experiential therapy” means LSD therapy.)

We are dealing with a human phenomenon, the kind of phenomenon which cannot be
disregarded by anyone who is trying to discover what religion is and what are the deep
needs which it must satisfy.

We can see rites of passage as structured events in which individuals can confront,
experience and express powerful energies associated with matrices deep in the
unconscious. (eyes closed)

We cannot make intuitions happen; we can only let them enter our awareness. In fact, if
we disengage our awareness from ego consciousness and intellect, we cannot stop
intuitive knowledge from bubbling up out of the unconscious depths.

We want a passionate life lived in a state of ecstasy, a life of intensity and deep emotions.
An existential life in which every moment counts. A real life. But we’re not allowed to
have that. Because if we did…we would be free.

When the self is no longer identified with the ego, when in certain spiritual practices, it
penetrates and realizes its own depths, it simply KNOWS that it is eternal and all-
inclusive.

William James was well aware that a deep religious conversion is the best therapy for
alcoholism. The importance of deep spiritual experiences for overcoming alcoholism was
also well known to Carl Gustav Jung.

Without losing their normal breadth of vision, the eyes seem to become a microscope
through which the mind delves deeper and deeper into the intricately dancing texture of
the world.

A high dose of LSD in the right circumstances brings you into contact not only with your
deep self but with other dimensions—extraterrestrial intelligence, a collective mind,
intelligent unity of life, living God, things that they don’t understand and can’t control
and don’t want free and available.

A trip can function as a crack of lightning, an explosion of light so brilliant that it
scorches the emotional flesh and casts deep saturnine shadows in the cavern of the soul.
Many trippers feel as if their psyches were opened up from above or from within as a
rolling wave of stimuli floods their sensorium to the point of overflow.

Characteristically there are at first flashes of light or amorphous forms of vivid color
which evolve and develop into geometric figures, shapes, human faces, and pictures of
great complexity. The depth of the color and its unusually arresting tone strike the
subject. (eyes closed)

Consciousness after the ingestion of LSD manifests a characteristic qualitative
transformation of a dreamlike nature. It can transcend its usual limits and encourage
phenomena from the deep unconscious not accessible under normal circumstances. This
is frequently referred to as expansion of consciousness.

Experiences of plant identification often mediate deep understanding as to why certain
plants have been considered sacred by some cultures. (Plant identification doesn’t mean
what the name of the plant is, but experiencing plant consciousness or what it is to be a
plant. Psychedelic plants are the most sacred.)

If we perceive this has some sort of deep significance and we do something about it, then
it may be very, very important in changing our lives, changing our mode of
consciousness, perceiving that there are other ways of looking at the world than the
ordinary utilitarian manner and it may also result in significant changes of behavior.

In a great many ways a variety of objects may be used to help the subject break through
the barriers he has erected around persons and ideas and feelings; barriers which,
moreover, may block him from moving on to deeper drug-state levels, where the
inhibitions and values structure may be confronted and re-examined.

Man has reached a crisis in consciousness within which he has the choice to continue in
the path of the growing technicalization of human nature or to enter upon an intensive
and comprehensive investigation of mind and its creative process in the pursuit of a
greater use of human potential and a deeper understanding of the nature of reality.

Many transpersonal experiences have a strong influence on the individual’s values,
attitudes and interests. Thus, experiences of the collective and racial unconscious can
generate a sensitivity to the needs and problems of another culture and create a deep
appreciation for its religion, art and life philosophy.

The destructive side of organized religion is certain to be prominent in a world where the
loudest appeals to revival are made by men whose deepest loyalty is not to their
professed Christianity or Judaism or Islam, but to Nationalism and whose aim is to use
the local faith as a weapon in the armory of power politics.

The individual has become relaxed, has begun to enjoy the increased sense perceptions
and has become fascinated with the world of awareness that is beginning to open to him.
The deep and profound experiences released by the LSD then flow uninterrupted in an
ever widening scope.

The individual in this state becomes deeply aware of his or her unity with other people,
nature and the entire universe and with the ultimate creative principle or God. This is
accompanied by an overwhelming positive affect that can range from peace, serenity and
bliss to an ecstatic rapture.

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 psychic depths and the time depths can be tested and explored in the psychedelic
experiences. The theoretical foundation of such a statement is that the ingestion of
psychedelic substances evokes an activation of deeply buried psychic contents and a
bringing of them to the surface of consciousness.

There exists in all human beings an urge to self-transcendence, a wish to escape from the
prison of personality, a longing to become something other and greater than the all-too-
familiar Me. The religious man has attributed this universal urge to the workings of an
innate and deep-seated yearning for the divine.

We are largely cut off from this Deep. The stress on ego controls, rationality, focusing
outwardly rather than inwardly, have prevented us from hearing the full range of
dissonances and harmonies of human existence. Our present lives are empty, lacking in
depth, substance and direction.

When the non-ordinary states are opened up to them, even scientifically cautious and
highly intelligent people of our own time and culture find these experiences deeply
moving and personally meaningful, providing them with dramatic breakthroughs in their
beliefs.

While the religious establishment worries itself into reams of cross arguments on whether
or not God is dead, these thinkers merely smile and shake their heads. God isn’t dead; He
isn’t even lost. His is right there in the deepest recesses of the mind where he has always
been. Doubting Thomases need only allow LSD to show them the way.

A person is likely to become increasingly sensitive to color and to form. Colors often
grow richer and deeper, while the contours of objects in the room may stand out in sharp
relief. The whole experience may seem to come into sharper focus, as though the person
had just discarded a dirty, incorrectly ground pair of glasses for a clean, perfectly ground
pair.

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 direct, non-conceptual touch with a level of being which is
simultaneously one’s own and the being of all others.

Among Jung’s best known contributions is the concept of the “collective unconscious,”
an immense pool of information about human history and culture that is available to all of
us in the depth of our psyches. Jung also identified the basic dynamic patterns or
primordial organizing principles operating in the collective unconscious, as well as in the
universe at large. He called then “archetypes.”

Anything in the environment—a painting on the wall, a pattern in the carpet—may
become a universe to be entered and explored; drug users say they understand what Blake
meant by “the world in a grain of sand and heaven in a wild flower.” Color seems
dazzlingly bright and intense, depth perception heightened, contours sharpened, and relief
clearer; details usually overlooked become intensely interesting.

Everything may seem bathed in a theatrical or lunar light or illuminated from within.
Objects change their shape and size; walls and floors undulate as if breathing; spatial
perspective is distorted into exaggerated depth or flatness; stationary objects look as if
they are in motion without seeming displaced in space; faces become younger, older or
caricatured in various ways.

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 psyche.

Exploration of the potential of these substances for the study of schizophrenia, for
didactic purposes, for a deeper understanding of art and religion, for personality
diagnostics and the therapy of emotional disorders and for altering the experience of
dying has been my major professional interest throughout these years and has consumed
most of the time I have spent in psychiatric research. (That was Stanislav Grof.)

I would suggest that ages and attitudes of man that are long gone by still survive in the
deepest unconscious layers of our mind. The spiritual heritage of archaic man, the ritual
and mythology that once visibly guided his conscious life, has vanished to a large extent
from the surface of the tangible and conscious realm, yet survives and remains ever
present in the subterranean layers of the unconscious.

In nonordinary states of consciousness, visions of various universal symbols can play a
significant role even in experiences of individuals who previously had no interest in
mysticism or were strongly opposed to anything esoteric. These visions tend to convey
instant intuitive understanding of the various levels of meaning of these symbols and
generate a deep interest in the spiritual path. (visions seen with eyes closed)

Individuals feel that they have left the past behind and that they are capable of starting an
entirely new chapter of their lives. Exhilarating feelings of freedom from anxiety,
depression and guilt are associated with deep physical relaxation and a sense of perfect
functioning of all physiological processes. Life appears simple and exciting and the
individual has the feeling of unusual sensory richness and intense joy.

Jung’s basic assumption was that the spiritual element is an organic and integral part of
the psyche. Genuine spirituality is an aspect of the collective unconscious and is
independent of childhood programming and the individual’s cultural or educational
background. Thus, if self-exploration and analysis reach sufficient depth, spiritual
elements emerge spontaneously into consciousness.

LSD is a unique and powerful tool for the exploration of the human mind and human
nature. Psychedelic experiences mediate access to deep realms of the psyche that have
not yet been discovered and acknowledged by mainstream psychology and psychiatry.
They also reveal new possibilities and mechanisms of therapeutic change and personality
transformation.

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 comes 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.

Sensory perceptions become especially brilliant and intense. Normally unnoticed aspects
of the environment capture the attention; ordinary objects are seen as if for the first time
and acquire new depth of significance. Aesthetic responses are greatly heightened; colors
seem more intense, textures richer, contours sharpened, music more emotionally
profound, the spatial arrangements of objects more meaningful.

That famous “revival of religion”, about which so many people have been talking for so
long, will not come about as a result of evangelistic mass meetings or the television
appearances of photogenic clergymen. It will come about as a result of biochemical
discoveries that will make it possible for large numbers of men and women to achieve a
radical self-transcendence and a deeper understanding of the nature of things.

The experience from LSD therapy and the new experiential psychotherapies clearly
indicates that exposure to another person’s deep emotional material tends to shatter
psychological defenses and to activate corresponding areas in the unconscious of the
persons assisting and witnessing the process, unless they have confronted and worked
through these levels in themselves.

The experience of cosmic consciousness provides important insights for deepening our
understanding of the highest forms of creativity. The literature on creativity is filled with
examples of extraordinary artistic, scientific, philosophical, and religious inspiration that
came from a transpersonal source and that occurred in non-ordinary states of
consciousness.

The individual is flooded by light of supernatural beauty and experiences a state of divine
epiphany. He or she has a deep sense of emotional, intellectual and spiritual liberation
and gains access to breathtaking realms of cosmic inspiration and insight. This type of
experience is clearly responsible for great achievements in the history of humanity in the
area of science, art, religion and philosophy.

The intensification and “deepening” of color, sound and texture lends them a peculiar
transparency. One seems to be aware of them more than ever as vibration, electronic and
luminous. As this feeling develops it appears that these vibrations are continuous with
one’s own consciousness and that the external world is in some odd way inside the mind-
brain.

The most human thing about man is his eternal, childlike hope that somehow, someday,
the deepest yearnings of his heart will come true. Who is so proud and unfeeling that he
will not admit that he would be deliriously happy if, by some strange magic, these deep
and ingrained longings could be fulfilled? If there was eternal everlasting life beyond
death after all?

The process I was witnessing in others and experiencing myself had a deep similarity
with shamanic initiations, rites of passage of various cultures, and the ancient mysteries
of death and rebirth. Western scientists had ridiculed and rejected these sophisticated
procedures, believing that they had successfully replaced them with rational and
scientifically sound approaches.

The recognition of the primary and independent significance of the spiritual aspects of
the psyche or of what would these days be called the transpersonal dimension, was
extremely rare among Freud’s followers. Only Jung was able to penetrate really deeply
into the transpersonal domain and formulate a system of psychology radically different
from any of Freud’s followers.

To be able to face all of the challenges of psychedelic therapy, the therapist has to have
special training that involves personal experiences with the drug. Because of the
extraordinary nature of the LSD states and the limitations of our language in describing
them, it is impossible for the future LSD therapist to acquire deeper understanding of the
process without first-hand exposure.

Transpersonal experiences, especially in psychedelic sessions, do not always occur in a
pure form. Embryonal experiences can occur simultaneously with phylogenetic memories
and with the experience of cosmic unity. These associations are rather constant and they
reflect deep intrinsic interrelations between various types of psychedelic phenomena as
well as the multileveled nature of the LSD experience.

We were dealing with a powerful aphrodisiac, probably the most powerful sexual releaser
known to man. The effect was sensory—contact was intensified thousand-fold but also
deeper. The union was not just your body and her body but all of your racial and
evolutionary entities with all of hers. It was mythic mating. Neurological union. Cellular
sex. Archetypes merging. It was the direct reliving of thousands of matings.

We’re not just our bodies. That’s an illusion. Our physical forms are just a temporary
condensation of consciousness in material form. This one consciousness is our true
identity, and we all know this deep within us. I know that you know that we all know that
we are one. We’re all just playing this game. In ordinary reality, we’ve deliberately gone
to sleep on this knowledge.

After insight comes the deeper question as to the meaning of life.
Consciousness is not obliterated but deeply changed and drastically refocused.
Deep down our minds are all connected.
Deep insights of a personal, social and philosophic nature take place.
Depth upon depth of truth seems revealed.
God is the deepest inside of everything.
Here the depth of light and structure in a bursting bud go on forever.
Hubbard would hand you a perfect diamond and suggest you gaze into its depths.
Images sway our emotions more deeply than conceptions.
In his deepest being, man is spirit.
Intensely deep communication occurs.
Life is altered because the very root of human identity has been deepened.
LSD-assisted analysis could deepen, intensify and accelerate the therapeutic process.
LSD can deepen and intensify the therapeutic process.
LSD in the right hands intensifies, deepens and shortens psychotherapy.
LSD will intensify, deepen and accelerate the therapeutic process.
Music intensifies and deepens the process.
Mystical insight is fresh and deep.
Nothing is more deeply felt than an intense LSD experience.
One reaches the deep levels of the unconscious self.
Personal memories from the deep recesses of the subject’s mind will come into focus.
Psychedelic drugs can deepen the grasp of philosophic systems.
Reality is penetrated more deeply.
Sexual experiences and behavior can be deeply influenced by the LSD experience.
Spiritual lives have been deepened by peyote.
Spirituality appears to be an intrinsic property of the deeper dynamics of the psyche.
Suddenly, there is a “turning about in the deepest seat of consciousness.
The church shouldn’t dismiss anything that has the power to deepen faith.
The deepest center of man is the deepest center of the universe.
The depth, scope and intensity of these experiences can reach extraordinary proportions.
The depths of reality can be opened.
The experiences cover a wide spectrum of depth and intensity.
The experience is emotional and deeply felt.
The LSD experience is a deeply spiritual event, a religious pilgrimage.
The man of deep spiritual wisdom, like the artist is looked at as irrelevant to this society.
The memory of mystical consciousness itself is regarded as deeply meaningful.
The psychedelic experience is one of looking deep within yourself.
The subject experiences a deep sense of spiritual liberation, redemption and salvation.
The very root of human identity has been deepened.
There is a deep positive potential in every human being that is hidden.
There is nothing deeper, nowhere else to go.
These new mind changers will tend in the long run to deepen the spiritual life.
They experienced a deep inward change in their spiritual awareness.
This primordial state is characteristic of the deepest levels of the psyche.
Those depths are a dimension of myself not usually recognized.
Visual scenes have more depth, sounds are heard with more dimension.
We have to realize that we are as deeply afraid to live and to love as we are to die.
When we keep our emotions on the surface, we never see the beauty of the depths.

He and the room take on the quality of the music, erotic, the deep mystery of images
complete in themselves.

“I can feel better and more deeply; I can see so much better; I can listen so much better,”
etc.

I feel this whole world to be moved from the inside and from an inside so deep that it is
my inside as well, more truly I than my surface consciousness.

I feel, with a peace so deep that it sings to be shared with all the world, that at last I
belong, that I have returned to the home behind home.

I try to go deeper, sinking thought and feeling down and down to their ultimate
beginnings.

Those folds in the trousers—what a labyrinth of endlessly significant complexity! And
the texture of the gray flannel—how rich, how deeply, mysteriously sumptuous! (That’s
Aldous Huxley.)

He stands outside of and apart from his familiar ego, all its protective barriers having
been shed; and this can lead in some to transcendent experience, while in others to a deep
panic. To those for whom the ego is their only possible self, the only possible mode of
consciousness, it disappearance is a kind of death.

I look at those leaves with their architecture of veins, their stripes and mottlings. I peer
into the depths of interlacing greenery of living patterns, so characteristic of the visionary
world, of those endless births and proliferations of geometrical forms that turn into
objects, of things that are forever being transmuted into other things.

As a result of this spiritual fulfillment, an amazingly deep new optimism has come to me.

An endless sea of glorious golden light which was in truth God, stretched into infinity. As
I watched, an overpowering feeling of reverence settled into my very depths.

Besides seeing objects in greater visual depth, I also saw them with greater clarity, as
though a great lens had brought everything into sharper focus for me.

Colors seemed deeper and richer; and a soft, natural light seemed to reflect from all
things.

Dying persons who had transcendental experiences developed a deep belief in the
ultimate unity of all creation. They often experienced themselves as integral parts of it.

Experiencing these emotions in all their intensity was both a way for me to discover that I
was capable of God feelings and for me to realize that they lay deep within me.

eyes closed—There surged upon me a succession of fantastic, rapidly changing imagery
of a striking reality and depth, alternating with a vivid kaleidoscopic play of colors.

He felt himself move into a totally different and deeper level of consciousness, a level
that was entirely new to him.

He felt that his life has been “transfigured” by the “new being” which had emerged out of
the depths of his psyche.

He reported a “continual stream of penetrating insights and deepened philosophical
understanding.”

He saw objects in a new light; they disclosed their inherent deep, timeless existence,
which remains hidden from everyday sight.

I expressed gratitude that paradise had been shown me and that somewhere deep within
myself, there had hidden this heaven now being revealed.

I felt that I was going down, down, down, down and down to the infinite point of depth
within me.

I looked down at the stairs: the depth was fathomless; it was a journey of years to reach
the bottom!

I saw deep parallels between various mathematical concepts and altered states of
consciousness.

I saw then that there were dimensions to life and harmonies and deeps which had been for
me unseen, unheard and untapped.

I was aware of a gentle, deep connection with a new spirituality, an unfamiliar source
inside one that was expansive, joyful and peaceful.

It became clear that these extraordinary phenomena were normal and natural
manifestations of the deeper domains of the human psyche. (eyes closed)

It removed the limitations of my conscious mind, thus permitting me to know the
unlimited force of my underconsciousness.

It reveals the soul. My own experience under LSD was the revelation of my soul to me.
There can be no deeper experience, or more profound revelation.

It was a feeling that was deeper, more profound, more moving, more meaningful, than
any feeling I have ever had.

It was a process that unveiled some of the deepest mysteries of life, mysteries which I
never dreamed could be revealed.

LSD provided me with a map of the territory, a deeper self-understanding within, a wider
context than my own personal history.

Music seemed to awaken a depth in me that I never knew existed. With each note I
seemed to soar to higher heights.

My experience was so deep, so moving, so meaningful. What I really discovered under
LSD is love. Some call it God.

My first psychedelic experience was triggered by mescaline. It did indeed induce a flight,
but instead of fleeing from reality, I flew more deeply into it.

The experience had deeper levels that were mythical and mystical and these dimensions
were intertwined with the physical aspects of Nature.

The LSD session helped them gain deep insights into the world of painters, empathize
with them and understand their art.

The music had an intensity of beauty, a depth of intrinsic meaning incomparably greater
than anything he had ever found in the same music.

The precious stones and jewels appeared to have a much deeper meaning than being just
things of beauty. The green light emanating from them was of a spiritual nature.

The spiritual experiences they had in their LSD sessions were important evidence that
spirituality is a genuine and deeply relevant force in human life.

To my surprise, all my emotions from that period of my life emerged from the deep
unconscious and became real and vivid once again.

watched 2 grasshoppers go into a kind of cosmic dance—The perception triggered a
transcendental experience of great intensity and depth.

When I closed my eyes, fantastically beautiful and intricate geometric depth patterns
were interweaving behind my eyelids, washing, colliding, streaming by at great speed.

With the aid of LSD, I had recognized that God was the whole of this paradise which lay
deep within every person.

Deep emotions can be understood only after they have been felt. I knew that it was
impossible to communicate them. They must forever remain mysterious, an unsolved
mystery to all who had not had such feelings.

He fell into an inward ecstasy and it seemed to his as if he could now look into the
principles and deepest foundation of things. He gazed into the very heart of things and
nature harmonized with what he had inwardly seen.

I believed the time would come when each person would be in continuous contact with
the beauty, the great capacity for love, the musical and artistic talents, the spiritual
richness and all the other wealth which now lay untapped deep within himself.

I had the most profound experience of my life. From this single experience, the whole
scope, depth and direction of my life have changed miraculously. Indeed a miracle has
happened to me.

I was deeply enmeshed in an abstract world of whirling geometrical forms and exuberant
colors that were brighter and more radiant than anything I have ever seen in my life. I
was fascinated and mesmerized by this incredible kaleidoscopic show. (eyes closed)

My exponentially heightened awareness saw through the static, one-dimensional ego-
constricted false front which is the consciousness-contracted reality of the everyday
world. This was no evasive flight from, but a deep probe into reality.

She was deep in a world where color became magnificent music and music became
beautiful colors and designs, a symphony of radiance and sound, a world in which
nothing inharmonious could enter.

Subjects responded by becoming deeply absorbed in this “new world” of altered
perceptions—often to the point of forgetting altogether their early concern with
psychological categories and labeling phenomena in terms of pathologies.

Subjects who had previously ridiculed alchemy and the ancient forms of divinization
suddenly discovered their deeper meaning and found genuine appreciation of their
metaphysical relevance.

The creak of an armchair, a word pronounced with a deep voice vibrated and rumbled
about me like the reverberations of thunder. My own voice seemed so loud that I dared
not speak for fear of shattering the walls with a bomblike explosion.

The intensity of the love feelings caused sexual hungers and reactions to be markedly
heightened. Intercourse took on such depth of meaning as to have a religious
significance.

There was a huge opening in the sky, I saw God. I had a tremendously mystical
experience. I was deeply moved, deeply in love. And when I say love, it’s not like the
level we know from analysis. It was the absence of all anger, the absence of all conflict.

There was more than music: the entire room was saturated with sounds that were also
feelings—sweet, delicious, sensual—that seemed to be coming from somewhere deep
down inside me. I became mingled with the music, gliding along with the chords.

This recognition of the immortality of the divine in ourselves was not an intellectual
process but rather a deep wisdom which had expressed itself through feelings so intense,
I expect to remember them throughout life.

This was the chamber of the unconscious where lay recorded all our past experiences and
feelings, race history, universal wisdom, such power and strength and the depths and
mysteries of life 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.

He started experiencing dramatic scenes that seemed to be happening in another century
and in a foreign country. They involved powerful emotions and physical feelings and
seemed to have some deep and intimate connection to his life; yet none of them made any
sense in terms of his personal biography. (eyes closed.)

I could feel deeply about other people. We felt connected. The side which had been
suppressing emotions did not seem to be the real one. I was in a higher and higher state of
exhilaration and awareness. Things people said had hidden meaning. They said things
that applied to life. Everything that was real seemed to make sense.

I was amazed and intrigued. I’d learned first-hand how limited our everyday notions of
consciousness are. I knew that the experience had touched something very deep in me. I
recognized a level of reality in the experience that could not be ignored. I wanted to know
more and was willing to take the risk.

People came out of these sessions reeling with awe, overwhelmed by experiences of
oneness with God and all other beings, shaken to the depths of their nature by the
grandeur and power of the divine life-energy processes going on within their own
consciousness.

The most extraordinary event happened. Quite suddenly the room, a dingy office in an
old college building, resembled a cathedral of enormous size and beauty. The colors of
the furnishings were incredibly beautiful, full of deep texture and hues I had never seem
before. Small objects around the office were magnificent works of art.

At the end of the record, I felt that I had been on a long journey and that I had come to
my destination. My guides came to me and welcomed me into this “brave new world”. I
felt that I had reached the psychedelic shore and enjoyed the wonderful things around me.
I felt joyous and deeply related to everything, as if I were part of a whole. It was a sense
of total relatedness and involvement, bringing with it a sense of joy, peace and wonder.

Glasses started rolling on the table, the bookcase was full of swimming books, the door
bulged like a balloon. The dial on the telephone was a huge pearl-studded wheel. The
shapes and colors of objects got more and more intense, the outlines etched with
luminous clarity and depth. Anything with a polished metal surface turned into gleaming
gold or silver…The faces of other people became clear and beautiful and open.

He had the feeling that his experience and analysis of it were valid and cast serious doubt
on many of his previous philosophical certainties. His doubt deepened as he began to
suspect that the experience which at first he had interpreted as a regressive preverbal one
also could be seen, because of its complexity, as a kind of evolutionary preview into
future post-verbal modes of communication.

I had the feeling of going deep within myself to the self stripped bare of all pretense and
falseness. It was the point where a man could stand firm with absolute integrity—
something more important than mere physical life. The white light experience was of
supreme importance—absolutely self-validating and something worth staking your life
on and putting your trust in.

I felt welcomed, as though I were becoming a part of the forest, as though it were
enclosing and caressing me as I moved deeper and deeper into it—like I was arriving at a
family reunion and being embraced by the whole brood. There were mythic and fairy-tale
overtones along the lines of Alice and Wonderland or Frodo in The Bobbit arriving at the
Court of the Elf King.

I remember being particularly struck by the joy of hearing music as I never had heard it
before. I could laugh at my old self-image, which included “not being musical”. I was
deeply moved by each piece of music that was played. As I listened without distraction,
each one evoked a different aspect of my psyche, and at the center of each was the perfect
still point of pure being where one could experience union with God.

Large trees known for their longevity, such as sequoias and redwoods, were experienced
in the sessions as representing timeless and centered consciousness uninfluenced by the
turmoils and upheavals in the external world. Other insights associated with similar
experiences were related to the mystical consciousness and deep religious significance of
certain plants.

Now I could hear, as if for the first time, the depth of the wisdom in their teachings and in
the mystical doctrines of all ages and all cultures. As I sought for words to express my
own ineffable experience I gained a new appreciation for those individuals who had
attempted to communicate their own insights in writing or art. I also became interested in
understanding intuitive ways of knowing.

The work of many artists—painters, musicians, writers and poets—who participated in
LSD experimentation in various countries of the world has been deeply influenced by
their psychedelic experiences. Most of them found access to deep sources of inspiration
in their unconscious mind, experienced a striking enhancement and unleashing of fantasy
and reached extraordinary vitality, originality and freedom of artistic expression.

I discovered within myself a complex inner world, rich in sensibility, symbol, feeling,
and metaphor, not only for accessible recollections of my life and those more deeply
stored in my unconscious, but also for those that transcended my own direct experience.
It was as if the events of my life the lives of my forebears and unknown people from
earlier periods of history and diverse cultures were passing through me. I was both actor
and audience in this drama.

A deep “cosmic confidence” pervaded my being. I felt liberated and wholly secure.
A deep gratitude came for the privilege of seeing this divine part of myself and others.
Deep within was the thirst for a greater knowing of the ancient wisdom.
Depth perception was increased far beyond normal standards.
He gave the impression of speaking from within some deep recess of himself.
He moved into a world that existed in the deepest recesses of his consciousness.
He seemed to be speaking from far away, or from deep inside of himself.
He was far and deep into experience and sensation.
I could feel the depth of my love for life itself.
I entered a realm deep in the spirit world.
I felt a deep union with God.
I felt a great heart-rending yearning rising from the depths of my soul.
I felt very good in the deep and profound knowledge of my eternalness.
I got deeper and deeper into this state of realization.
I got my deepest and clearest understanding of religion.
I knew that the rich emotions I had experienced held some deeper meaning.
I looked deep into her eyes.
I looked into endless depth and felt the powerful pull of eternity.
It deepened my sense of reality. In fact, it blew it out of the water.
It revealed to me deeps of rapture.
It was a profoundly moving, real and deeply meaningful experience.
LSD experiences were often deeply spiritual.
Most people searched for the deeper meaning of life while under the drug.
My experience seemed to acquire incredible depth and breadth.
Our lovemaking had a new depth of meaning.
Psychedelic experience had given them greater depth as people and as creators.
Staring out the window, Ginsberg found himself staring into the depths of the universe.
The deepest level of the experience was purely spiritual.
The going was into intenser beauty, deeper significance.
The inward journey deepened.
The light grew brightly. The understanding deepened.
The long voyage opened and deepened him.
The sky was more deeply blue than ever.
The tree assumed a deep archetypal meaning and became the Tree of Life.
The understanding came from something deeper and primeval.
Twilight deepened.

a deep awareness of the fact that such profound transpersonal states reveal authentic
dimensions of existence

a magic key to paradise, a paradise of beauty and depth of knowing and understanding
which has been dormant within me

a mystical experience of great depth during which he felt “dissolved” in “the universal
pool” and experienced “the peace that passeth understanding”

a Now that changed incessantly in a dimension, not of seconds and minutes, but of
beauty, of significance, of intensity, of deepening mystery

a path which could lead to deep levels of psychological-spiritual growth or true
enlightenment

a profound feeling of sacredness or holiness that is associated with certain deep processes
in the psyche

an intensity of beauty, a depth of intrinsic meaning, incomparably greater than anything
he had found in the same music

connecting with the deep intrinsic spiritual dimensions of the psyche and elements of the
collective unconscious

connecting with the intrinsic spiritual dimensions of the psyche and deep resources of the
collective unconscious

deep awareness of the critical importance of the spiritual dimension in the universal
scheme of things

deeply and uniquely within themselves at a depth to illuminate them with a cosmic
wisdom

direct access to the deep structures and processes where thoughts, feelings and motivation
originate

flowers breathing, a repeated flow from beauty to heightened beauty, from deeper to ever
deeper meaning

had an intensity of beauty, a depth of intrinsic meaning, incomparably greater than
anything he had ever found in the same music

highly developed spiritual capacities, with expanded consciousness of the depth and the
incomprehensible wonder of being

in touch with their deepest emotions instead of being constantly enmeshed in the web of
abstractions spun by their own calculating intellects

increased powers of concentration and introspection and experiences deep religious
emotion

increased vividness of color, visual harmonies, change in depth perception, sharper
definition of detail, change in time sense, especially listening to music

intense emotional reaction to slight gestures, enhanced empathy, deep introspective
reflections

landscapes which change constantly, passing from richness to more intensely colored
richness, from grandeur to deepening grandeur (eyes closed)

LSD a kind of telescope to scan the deep-space regions of the spirit and discover a greater
understanding of his religious instinct

LSD an amplifier or catalyst which would enable me to explore the deeper recesses of my
mind

makes possible an ever deepening knowledge of the mystery of human—that mystery
which merges ultimately and becomes one with the Mystery of Life itself

mystical experience, visionary breakthroughs to a deeper, more comprehensive reality
than that perceived by our rational everyday consciousness

powerful corrective emotional experiences on very deep levels that are not easy to reach
by conventional psychotherapy

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

that the deeper dynamics of the human psyche are, in their essence, numinous and that
spirituality represents a critical dimension in the universal scheme of things

the beneficial potential of mystical experience in stimulating the ability to feel and
experience deeply and genuinely with the full harmony of both emotion and intellect

the depth of realization that became available when I let go of my preconceptions about
the nature of the universe

the feeling that this present experience would remain with me and bring about deep
changes

the infinite moment when we immersed ourselves in the waters of our deepest selves, one
with the universe, the rhythm, the energy, one with the pulse of existence

the keenest possible awareness of beauty in everything my glance fell upon, together with
the deepest imaginable appreciation

the monumental emotions which reached their peak, becoming unimaginably deep and
soul shaking

the perception of the soul’s capacity for a broader being, deeper insight, grander views of
Beauty, Truth, and Good

the session influencing her emotional condition and deepening her philosophical and
spiritual insights

the unusual nature and power of the material that emerges from the depths of the
unconscious

this experience of encounter with what is felt to be a divine dimension deep within a
person

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

vision of the inner reality, looked into the deepest foundation of things, gazed into the
very heart of things

a deep unconscious association between oceanic ecstasy and the experiences of natural
beauty, inspired artistic creations, spiritual feelings and highly satisfactory human
relationships

exhilarated elation with unmotivated laughter, exuberant joy, deep feelings of peace,
serenity and relaxation, orgiastic ecstasy, hedonistic pleasure, feelings of voluptuousness
and sensuality

Jung’s assertion that our psyches are deeply affected by a collective unconscious that
gives us access to a vast warehouse of memories encompassing all of human experience
from the beginning of time

prepare the individual for eventual biological death by establishing a deep, almost
cellular awareness that periods of destruction are those of transition rather than
termination

the sense of perceiving truths not known before…insights into depths of truth unplumbed
by the discursive intellect…the mysteries of life become lucid…illuminations, revelations,
full of significance and importance, all inarticulate though they remain…

greater spontaneity of emotional expression, reduction in depression and anxiety, less
distance in interpersonal relations, more openness to experience, increased aesthetic
appreciation, deeper sense of meaning and purpose in life, and an enhanced sense of unity
with nature and humanity

a broadening and deepening of reality consciousness
a conversion of the mind or revulsion in the depths of consciousness
a deep appreciation and personal identity with the total grandeur and beauty of nature
a deep, comforting experience
a deep longing for the unseen and unknown, the dimension beyond opposites
a deep, out-of-the-mind experience
a deep personal experience of the transcendental realms
a deep positive insight
a deep sense of connection with other people and nature
a deep spiritual conversion of the person
a deep spiritual experience
a deep trans-ego experience
a deepened and thereby religious reality consciousness
a deeper and changed perception
a higher height, a deeper deep
a deeper experience than just looking at the thing
a deeper insight of ourselves given by a new knowledge of the past
a deeper level of reality perceived by psychedelics
a deeper realm
a deeper sensing of beauty, an intensifying of color, and significance in form
a deeper spiritual awareness
a deeper understanding of the death-rebirth process
a deeply felt positive mood
a dramatic visionary odyssey into the depths of the psyche
a great source of deepening perception
a journey into deep recesses of one’s own psyche
a penetration to deeper dimensions of reality
a process of deep self-exploration and inner transformation
a state of non-game ecstasy and deep revelation
a very deep wisdom
a vision that was so real and convincing, so directly and deeply felt
a visionary glimpse of a deeper reality, an insight into the true basis of the universe
a voyage on the unpredictable terrain of the deep brain dreamscape
an experience of a deeper, duality-surmounting reality
an instantaneous “turning about” within the depths of consciousness
beautiful eyes filled with a deep compassionate soulfulness
beauty and truth being the wholeness, the Suchness of all deeply realized experience
broadened and deepened beyond all imaginable limits
can discover a deep mystical meaning
colors deepening
colors…exquisitely deep hues, and astonishingly harmonious in their juxtaposition
conscious of a deeper reality
“contacting the deeper layers of the mind”
deep and valuable insights
deep, comforting insight
deep ecological consciousness and awareness
deep ecstasy
deep emotional and spiritual states
deep emotional meanings
deep experiential self-exploration
deep explorations of the human psyche, new information about the human psyche
deep in a mysterious level of thinking
deep inner exploration
deep insights
deep layers of the mind
deep oceanic bliss
deep, profound and moving experience
deep psychic activity
deep psychic forces
deep religious insight, moving spiritual insights
deep self-exploration
deep spiritual conversion experiences
deepened experience
deepened perceptions
deeper layers of consciousness
deeper meanings
deeper levels of insight, deeper realms of insight
deeply buried memories uncovered
deeply felt positive mood
deeply positive and liberating experiences
deeply spiritual experiences
depth altered from its normal dimensions
depth within depth
depths of meaning I feel
descending to a deeper level of his being
“descent” to a “deeper” drug state level
discovering the truth about processes of deep consciousness
drugs—catalysts to deepen wisdom, enhance creativity
existential experience of a deeper, self-encompassing reality
experience a deep reverential attitude to the divine
experienced a deep level of enlightenment
eyes that had the depth of eternity
eyes which had the most remarkable depth and radiation
facilitating a deep transformative experience of a transcendental nature
feelings of deep spirituality and tranquil reverence
gaining deeper insight into reality
go deeper and return clearer
going deep into the unconscious mind
has a soul as deep as God
his deeper self
his “power of visual understanding” with deep perception and beauty
images deep and penetrating
images of a higher reality and deeper meaning than those of the ordinary everyday world
in touch with a deeper truth about reality and the nature of existence
insight ineffable in its deepest reaches
insights into the depths of truth unplumbed by the discursive intellect
intellectual surface consciousness, intuitive depth consciousness
intensification of color and depth
into the depths of consciousness to become one with the Self
into the depths of the self
introspective reflections with a sense of deep insight
lights deeper, more intense
LSD therapy which considerably deepens and intensifies all psychological processes
LSD with its plunge into the deep unconscious
music an important unifying and deepening element in the sessions
new depths of meaning
night and day sessions—some say night trip experiences deeper and richer
objects which begin to live, to have another, a deeper meaning
on a deep psychic level
one’s deeper potential
opens up the mind to its glorious, ecstatic depths
our deepest and true nature
our deepest and true nature, the divine within
our deepest wishes and the soul’s most ancient dreams
profound and deeply moving experiences
profound peace, surging like a spring from a depth of my being
progressive deepening of the emotional tone of the experience
revelation of the deepest spiritual realities
rising and falling in great depths of sound (music)
spoke in a voice that sounded as if, in fact, it were coming from the depths
strange penetration of depth
surging like a spring from a depth of my being which has rarely, if ever been tapped
that inner world which reaches so much deeper
that rare, deep experience which men have sought for thousands of years
the ability of LSD to deepen, intensify and accelerate the psychotherapeutic process
the awakening to deeper spiritual values
the consciousness-altering effects on the depth of the psyche

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