Open

Open

Acid opens your door, opens the windows, opens your senses, opens your beam to the
vast possibilities of life, to the glorious indescribable beauty of life.

All sensory pathways seem to be wide open and the sensitivity to and appreciation of
external stimuli is greatly enhanced.

An openness of attention to each other’s thoughts can be as sexually “charged” as
physical contact.

As domains of experience become more alien to us, we need greater and greater open-
mindedness even to conceive of their existence.

As the gates of the unconscious mind open, a wide variety of repressed emotions and
recollections can be released into conscious awareness.

“Drug” means positive things, possible growth, opening up the mind, beauty, sensual
awareness, religious revelation.

Drugs open awareness to messages from the autonomic nervous system, signals from the
great organs and tissue centers within the body.

Drugs suspend certain inhibitory or selective processes in the nervous system so as to
render our sensory apparatus more open to impressions than usual.

During the acid trip, the nervous system is most open, most unconditioned and ready to
take a completely new imprint.

Experiential sequences of death and rebirth typically open the gate to a transbiographical
domain in the human psyche that can best be referred to as transpersonal.

How many are open to the idea that God might be easier to find with LSD in the body
than with white bread or bourbon or liverwurst in the body?

In taking LSD with someone, you are relinquishing all of your personality defenses and
opening yourself up in a very vulnerable way.

In this state, all the sensory pathways are wide open and there is an increased sensitivity
and enjoyment of the perceptual nuances discovered in the external world.

It swings open the gates to vast new possibilities, providing us with information about the
nature of our lives that is quite revolutionary.

It’s like a key is opening a door and the light is flowing in. And this means a great deal to
me.

LSD is a key to opening up sensory, cellular and precellular consciousness so that you
flow and harmonize with these different levels.

My most interesting intellectually stimulating experiences have been psychedelic
sessions. Psychedelics open wide the doors of learning.

Not hurrying, the purposeless life misses nothing. When there is no goal and no rush, the
human senses are fully open to receive the world.

Objects in the environment—lights, trees, plants, flowers— seem to open and welcome
you. They are part of you. You are different pulses of the same vibrations.

One feels open to a total flow, over and around and within the body and one becomes
more and more conscious of these threads of energy, of their vibrations.

Peaking on LSD is above all one of an open horizon, a field of presence in the wildest
sense.

Psychedelic drugs open up the possibility of working in areas little or not at all touched
by psychoanalysis and other therapies.

Psychedelic drugs opened to mass tourism mental territories previously explored only by
small parties of particularly intrepid adventurers, mainly religious mystics.

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

Psychedelic substances can induce without any specific programming, profound death-
rebirth experiences and facilitates spiritual opening.

Some areas of brain function cannot be assessed without using these “keys” to open the
locks.

The anxiety-laden problem of what will happen to me when I die is like asking what
happens to my fist when I open my hand or where my lap goes when I stand up.

The discovery of LSD and subsequent psychedelic research opened up new revolutionary
avenues in the study of human consciousness.

The door is opened. The door is the rigid barrier which man erects between himself and
spiritual freedom.

The drug can open and sensitize all the sensory channels to an extraordinary degree and
make it possible for the subject to perceive the world in a totally new way.

The ecstatic consciousness is an expansive consciousness, open to a profusion of new
sensations, new perceptions, new knowledge and new values.

The experience can open one’s eyes and make one blessed and transform one’s whole
life.

The mystical experience enables the individual to be so open and sensitive to organic
reality that the ego begins to be seen for the transparent abstraction that it is.

The open cortex produces an ecstatic state, the nervous system operating free of learned
abstractions.

The therapist has to be open to the spiritual dimension and recognize it as an important
part of life.

We firmly believe that some of the people who are labeled as psychotic are really
undergoing difficult stages of spiritual opening.

We live on the edge of the miraculous every minute of our lives. The miracle is in us and
it blossoms forth the moment we lay ourselves open to it.

You must go out of your mind to reach that creative quietude which is open to enriched
experience.

A truth tested and established may lie for centuries, mildewed and rusted, in the armory
of knowledge, until some great soul comes along, draws it out of the rubbish, and with it
pries open the portals of one more promised land of blessing for the human race.

As a result of the explorations of such men as R. G. Wasson, Professor Roger Heim and
R. E. Schultes of Harvard, a whole new field was opened up—the study of the
relationship between plant-induced visions and primitive mythology.

Because of their clarity and vividness, transcendent states frequently feel more real than
“ordinary” reality; people often compare the discovery of these realms to awakening from
a dream, removing opaque veils, or opening the doors of perception.

During the next few hundred years, the major activity of man will be scientific
exploration of and education in the many new universes of awareness which have been
opened up by psychedelic drugs.

Ecstatic and unitive feelings of belonging, infuse the individual with strength, zest, and
optimism, and enhances self-esteem. They cleanse the senses and open them for the
perception of the extraordinary richness, beauty, and mystery of existence.

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.

I have used the symbolic expression “awakening” because it clearly suggests the
becoming aware of a new area of experience, the opening of hitherto closed eyes to an
inner reality previously unknown.

Instead of straining toward a future which one hopes to be different, the mind opens and
admits a whole experience in which and by which the problem of what is the “good” of
life is answered.

It has mediated a profound spiritual opening in atheists, skeptics and materialistically
oriented scientists, facilitated far-reaching emotional liberation and caused radical
changes in value systems and the basic life style. (The “it” is LSD.)

It opens access to most extraordinary realms of experience, offers remarkable
philosophical and spiritual revelations and mediates fascinating insights into the cosmic
processes by which reality itself is created.

Leary felt that Harvard treated him in an unsympathetic, unjust and inhumane way. It
seemed that Harvard had been afflicted with a failure of nerve. When the chips were
down, institutional preservation prevailed over open-mindedness and the search for truth.

No one who has studied the matter closely doubts the reality of psychedelic peak
experiences, the capacity of psychedelic drugs to open up the unconscious, or the
conviction of some who take them that they are gaining insight.

Psychedelic equals mind-opening consciousness. Psychedelic means ecstatic which is to
stand outside our normal patterns. It means going out of your mind, your habitual world
of contingencies, space-time coordinates.

Religious, mystical, visionary states are powerful and wonderful—they open the doors of
perception, polish our sensory lenses, shake up our autonomic nervous system, and get
our hormones swinging—but they’re intimate and precious.

Since the crisis in Christian culture is mainly sexual, we should not be surprised that
sexual elements are very prominent in the unconscious channels opened up by the Drug
Revolution. These channels are a traditional part of religion outside Christianity, anyway.

The experiencer, when he opens his eyes, sees the outer world transfigured, sees it as
glowing with an intensity of light and significance and life, which is something he simply
does not see at all in his ordinary state.

The eyes see by themselves and the ears hear by themselves and the mouth opens by
itself without having to be forced apart by the fingers. (Why do we live our lives like the
mouth that won’t open without having to be forced apart by the fingers?)

The opening of the channel between the conscious and the superconscious levels,
between the “I” and the Self, and the flood of light, energy and joy which follows often
produces a wonderful release.

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 religious “establishment” dare not avoid facing the issues raised by the drugs without
laying themselves open to the charge that they are neglecting the very roots of faith. But
it often seems that there is nothing that the churches fear so much as religion!

The vast majority of individuals lose, in the course of education, all the openness to
inspiration, all the capacity to be aware of other things than those enumerated in the
Sears-Roebuck catalogue which constitutes the conventionally “real” world.

These drugs are opening possibilities and additional doors in a wide variety of fields
because they seem to provide a means to the contriving of periods of intense
concentration and examination.

They induce “levels of consciousness which are vast extensions and enlargements of
normal experience” and thus “open to conscious awareness a wider, clearer, more
complete view of the world.”

Total awareness opens the way to understanding and when any given situation is
understood, the nature of all reality is made manifest and the nonsensical utterances of
the mystics are seen to be true.

We were amazed to witness otherwise intelligent and open-minded persons doing
everything in their power to instill fear, to cry danger, to slander the brain with negativity.
(That was Timothy Leary.)

With the ego and mind unplugged, what is left? It’s something Western culture knows
little about, the open brain, the uncensored cortex, alert and open to a broad sweep of
internal and external stimuli hitherto screened out.

A system of thinking that deliberately discards everything that cannot be weighed and
measured does not have any opening for the recognition of creative cosmic intelligence,
spiritual realities or such entities as transpersonal experiences or the collective
unconscious.

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.

How strange that we should all carry about with us this enormous universe of vision and
that which lies 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.

I would not be allowed the freedom to discuss the reasons why these laws should be
changed. This is a clear violation of the American Constitution, academic freedom,
scientific openness and of all the principles upon which democratic societies are based.
(That was Timothy Leary.)

If one were a genuine psychiatrist and heard that something made it possible to open the
mind and get into one’s own unconscious, enabling examination of one’s own shadow
material and unconscious values, goals, anger, pain, guilt and so on, my God, wouldn’t
they be interested? One might be skeptical, but how could you not be interested?

It is man’s challenge to develop new symbol systems for these new levels of internal
consciousness. Just as we had to develop a new symbol system for the invisible,
uncharted world which was opened up with the microscope, the task now is to develop
symbol systems for the new invisible worlds which are opened up by psychedelic drugs.

Our vision, and consequently our comprehension of our selves, is blocked out in many
areas by repression. Even where the aspects of the self are open to our scrutiny, our past
experience keeps our observations and interpretations bound in the ruts of conditioned
response. (LSD allows you to break through.)

The experiences were too positive to not want to share them with everybody. It would
appear that the time had come when this kind of experience should be made available to
large numbers of searchers, so that “the doors of perception” could be opened, so that
expanded consciousness was no longer something attainable only by rare individuals.

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.

Under the current dispensation, the vast majority of individuals lose, in the course of
education, all the openness to inspiration, all the capacity to be aware of other things than
those enumerated in the Sears-Roebuck catalogue which constitutes the conventionally
“real” world.

When the nonordinary 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.

All the learned games of life can be seen as programs that select, censor and thus
dramatically limit the available cortical response. Consciousness-expanding drugs unplug
these narrow programs, the social ego, the game-machinery. And with the ego and mind
unplugged, what is left? What is left is something that Western culture knows little about:
the uncensored cortex, activated, alert and open to new realities.

Harvard—Over 400 “subjects” shared high-dosage psychedelic experiences with the
researchers in an atmosphere of aesthetic precision, philosophic inquiry, inner search,
self-confident dignity, intellectual openness, philosophic courage and high humor. The
historical impact of this “swarm” of influential scholars has not yet been recognized by
the still-timid press, popular or scientific. (That was Timothy Leary.)

I pronounced that LSD was the greatest discovery man had ever made. It has such
enormous potential because the mind is infinite. LSD opens up the resources of the mind.
Since the mind is the most important aspect of the human being, what could possibly be
more important than a drug that revealed the awesome, infinite potential that lies within?
(That was Timothy Leary.)

In many traditions, the notion of “dying before dying” is essential to spiritual
advancement. Coming to terms with the fact of death as part of the continuity of life is
seen as tremendously liberating, releasing one from the fear of death and opening one to
the experience of immortality. As the 17th century Christian monk, Abraham a Santa
Clara wrote: “A man who dies before he dies does not die when he dies.”

In the transpersonal domain, where psychological and spiritual growth are one,
psychedelics appear to be powerful tools for the investigation of consciousness; they
could enable us to expand our understanding of the human mind and the nature of
creative consciousness. A willingness to question our assumptions and to keep an open
mind with respect to potential benefits and potential hazards is essential.

One frequently sees geometric patterns of multi-colored abstract lines that are visionary
in nature. Although such patterns are often more clearly visible when one’s eyes are
closed, they may be seen superimposed upon objects in the external world when one’s
eyes are open. These abstract patterns are generally three-dimensional and constantly
change in a steady, rhythmic flow, resembling the view through a kaleidoscope.

One sees the other in terms of a richness once seen, but lost through over-familiarity.
With this perception, closed-circuits are reopened and the persons communicate in ways
and on levels long inaccessible to them. Also, new circuits may be opened and new ways
of communication become possible. Or the subject may feel he is seeing the other in all
her richness and complexity for the first time.

Openness to new data challenging traditional beliefs and dogmas has always been an
important characteristic of the best of science and a moving force of progress. A true
scientist does not confuse theory with reality and does not try to dictate what nature
should be like. It is not up to us to decide what the human psyche can do and what it can
not do to fit our neatly organized preconceived ideas.

Previously almost-depressed individuals typically emerge from a successfully integrated
LSD session with elevated mood, joyful appreciation of existence, enchanted self-esteem
and self-acceptance and greater capacity for meaningful human relation-ships. Their
inner life is enriched, they are more open and they show an increased appreciation of
beauty in nature and art.

The too-sudden opening up of the universe can induce an onslaught at what Aldous
Huxley called the “horror of infinity,” a terror of the vastness of the void within or
without, of the utter minuteness and aloneness of the soul in the cosmos. A clenching
reflex is, after all, a natural response to the floor and ceiling flying out of your mind.
(One needs to be prepared for this and understand that it’s all right.)

Forgotten in the later hysteria of the 1960’s was the exquisite design of the early Harvard
experiments. Rarely in the short history of psychology was such elegant, complex,
socially influential research conducted! At the same time that the CIA was furtively
dosing unwitting Harvard students for the purposes of control and destruction, we were
operating with the books wide open. No secrets. Total collaboration. (That was Timothy
Leary.)

A door had been opened in my mind and senses that would never close completely.
A psychedelic drug may open a brave new world.
A whole new world of experience opens up.
An extensive new area of knowledge of mind is waiting to be opened.
Be a Columbus to whole new continents and worlds within you, opening new channels.
Drugs open up glorious and pleasurable chambers of the mind.
Each experience opens up new worlds of discovery.
Faith is, above all, openness—an act of trust in the unknown.
It is possible to feel unusual openness and closeness to others.
It looks like the ceiling opens up and God looks in.
It opens a religious vista or fulfills a sense of meaning in existence.
It opens the doors in so many ways to so many vast dimensions.
It points directly and openly to the truth.
LSD opens some window in the mind.
Many of us are profoundly grateful for the vistas opened up by the drug experience.
My LSD episodes have opened my mind and enabled me to look upon life with new eyes.
Open eyes see vibrations in the visual field.
Open the door to visions of unimaginable richness and significance.
Open up consciousness and accelerate awareness.
Open your eyes! Get those stupid blind eyes open! Don’t you see what’s happening?!
Our spotlight, narrowed attention must be opened to the full vision.
The aim of LSD is to develop yourself spiritually and to open up greater sensitivity.
The depths of reality can be opened.
The divine sight is opened.
The experiences make him much more open emotionally.
The gates of heaven swing open.
The heavens have opened.
The inner life opens up.
The mind is open and clear.
The “other world” opens up.
The senses are wide open and the taste and smell of a fresh orange are unforgettable.
The transcendental experience may open up avenues of creativity.
There can be this joy which comes from our ability to open ourselves to the truth.
Transcendental experience can open up avenues of growth.
Users often say they lose defensive anxiety and feel more emotionally open.
We have but to open the eyes of the mind wide enough and “the truth will out”.
With the experience of rebirth, all our sensory pathways are suddenly wide open.
With the mind opened, we look into a new world, as new as on the first day of creation.
Your consciousness becomes pure and open.

The bud has opened and the fresh leaves fan out and curve back with a gesture which is
unmistakably communicative.

Suddenly I feel my understanding dawning into a colossal clarity, as if everything were
opening up down to the roots of my being and of time and space themselves. The sense of
the world becomes totally obvious. I am struck with amazement that I or anyone could
have thought life a problem or being a mystery.

He felt light, ecstatic, reborn and pulsing with exuberant life energy. His senses felt
cleansed and wide open.

He felt the walls of consciousness opened by an enormous thrust and he was cast out of
time.

I had never talked so openly about myself before in my life. And it was easy. I didn’t feel
like hiding anything about myself.

I started walking into the woods and amazingly, the trees opened up before me and they
closed behind me.

I would look at an object hard and suddenly it would burst open into a beautiful terrain—
a playground of movement, color, light, warmth.

In a flash, the Door in the Wall would slide open and wherever you were, in a room,
lying on the grass, walking on the beach, would be magically transformed.

It created vast openings of the mind that led to an understanding of spiritual realities and
it was very valuable.

It seemed to him that the walls of consciousness were opened by an enormous force and
the force thrust him out of time.

The beauty of the trees simply gave itself away. Creation was good and it was an open
secret.

The experience opened into a world of millions of colors and eventually into images of
swirling galaxies. (eyes closed)

The rigidity of the normal mind was so different from the complete openness of the
psychedelic situation.

The veil—the web of maya as the Hindus call it—fell away from our eyes as we opened
the doors of perception.

I saw that we were part of an enormous sinewy archetype, a monstrous rooted and
branching phenomenon, the primordial life force. I could see the buds opening constantly
to new existences and whole colorful worlds.

It seemed that there was beauty, in all of nature, animate and inanimate alike and that the
eyes of the entire human race must somehow be opened to this magnificence and thus to
God.

It was a magical time. Visions of utopia flooded my brain. The pictures the psychedelics
beamed into my mind opened me up to the world in new ways and showed me what is
possible when love, trust and faith replace envy, possessiveness and violence.

Kaleidoscopic, fantastic images surged in on me, alternating, variegated, opening and
then closing on themselves in circles and spirals, exploding in colored fountains,
rearranging and hybridizing themselves in constant flux. (eyes closed)

The flower’s incredibly exquisite petals opened on the room, spraying indescribable
colors in every direction. I felt the colors and heard them as they played across my body,
cool and warm, reedlike and tinkling.

The very heavens seemed to pour open and pour down rays of light and glory. Not for a
moment only, but all day and night, floods of light and glory seemed to pour through my
soul and oh, how I was changed and everything became new.

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.

They had understood for the first time what the sages of pre-scientific and anti-scientific
traditions were talking about. Psychedelic drugs opened to mass tourism mental
territories previously explored only by small parties of particularly intrepid adventurers,
mainly religious mystics.

A curtain was lifted and I saw the magnitude of life and was totally absorbed by it. The
moment lasted just a minute or two, but it embraced a lifetime. I suddenly understood the
cliché of oneness, that everything in the world is connected and part of a Whole, and that
that interlinkage is a truer characterization of the relationship of things than that of me
and my body being separate from all other men and their bodies.

Feeling not that I was drugged but that I was in an unusual degree open to reality, I tried
to discern the meaning, the inner character of the dancing patterns which constituted
myself and the gardens and the whole dome of the night with its colored stars. All at
once, it became obvious that the whole thing was love-play. This single source was not
just love as we know ordinarily understand it. It was also intelligence.

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.

Previously, I had forgotten the childish joy of simply being alive. Tripping makes you
feel the way an infant must feel, in the absence of discomfort, simply being: energetic,
open, interested. Tripping lent to my life the grace of fairy tales, where everything is
right and appropriate and satisfying. Psychedelic drugs engender storybook experiences:
one is tremendously cozy, delighted, enchanted, lucky.

The psychedelic experience seemed to have opened new realms of mystical and cosmic
feelings within her. The religious elements that she experienced in her session
transcended the narrow boundaries of the traditional Catholic religion she had been
brought up with. She was now precipitating toward the more universal approaches found
within Hinduism and Buddhism.

The world slowly formed…life evolved…the world aged…man evolved…man
aged…thought pulled itself together…slowly…slowly…no way to hurry it along…slowly it
got around to me, sprawled on my back, staring open-eyed into the sun, on a beach at Big
Sur, and them…wham…and I slid right out of existence again, back to the beginning…for
eternities, until I fell into time again and saw the illusion of ocean-sky-sand.

Doors to my psyche opened.
Entirely new realms of possibility opened up.
He felt that he was achieving both openness and self-awareness.
I was now opening up like a tender flower.
I was relaxed within, my senses unguardedly open to their surroundings.
It opened for me a cheering sky of hope.
It opened the Pandora’s box of the unconscious.
It opened up a gate that had been closed for a long time.
It was an experience of self-recognition which opened my eyes.
It was total experience, with all the senses opened wide.
LSD opened exciting new perspectives and interesting possibilities.
LSD opened mental and emotional horizons for conscious inspection.
LSD opened up paths of thinking that I never knew existed.
More and more luxuriant grew the sunset as we breathed the air of the open country.
New circuits of the brain were open.
The boundaries of my mind opened.
The experience opened up into an experience of oceanic bliss.
The long voyage opened and deepened him.
The mind-doors burst open.
They did open a door in my mind and heart (Psychedelics did.).
Vistas opened.

a colorful visionary journey resulting in a profound spiritual opening and personality
transformation

accurate information, openly shared, calm, courageous response to the evidence (Will
scientists and authorities ever understand?)

an opening of intrinsic spiritual areas in the human mind that are independent of the
individual’s racial, cultural and educational background

become more perceptive, more intensely aware of inward and outward reality, more open
to the spirit

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

can open access to areas of experience for which our culture does not have an adequate
conceptual framework

courage not to be afraid in facing those unknown realms of experience opened up by
psychedelic drugs

had opened my eyes to beauty such as this world has never seen and to God (“This
world” means the so-called “real world” of ego, without LSD.)

has an extraordinary potential for opening the way for exploring the entire spectrum of
the inner world

has opened new vistas to my experience and has hinted at many other realms yet to be
explored

opening up the channels through which the formative and intelligent spontaneity of the
organism can at last flow into consciousness

opens up some kind of neurological sluice and so allows a larger volume of Mind with a
large “M” to flow into your mind with a small “m”

the awakening of the senses, the open eye, the naked touch, the real-eye-zation that this is
it! I am eye! I am hear! I knose! I am in contact!

the chasm that opens between our present ego-restricted lives and the wider seeing which
is possible

the mind and senses in the state of open attention, where nature is received in its
unknown reality

the release of fixed perceptual patterns and the opening up of fluid, boundaryless
awareness

the uncanny ability of LSD to open new creative avenues which stimulated mental
processes rather than dulling them

to open herself to joy, peace, love and being, to permit herself to be irradiated by them
and to become one with them

to overthrow the domination of the conceptual and to open up the “potential forms of
consciousness”

opens to conscious awareness a wider, clearer, more complete view of the world—an
unhabitual, unified and undistorted “new look” which is the basis of the creative capacity
and problem-solving ability

the opening of areas of religious and spiritual experience that seem to be an intrinsic part
of the human personality and are independent of the individual’s cultural and religious
background

the opening up of religious and spiritual areas that appear to be an intrinsic part of the
human personality and are independent of the individual’s cultural and religious
background

the optimism, the intellectual and spiritual enthusiasm around those early openings of
consciousness, wonderful, passionate, excitement and interest (That was Timothy Leary
referring to his days at Harvard.)

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

the opening of spiritual areas of the unconscious that are intrinsic parts of the structure of
human personality and are independent of the individual’s racial, cultural or religious
background (One can refer to them as archetypal, belonging to the collective unconscious
which Jung wrote about.)

a consciousness clear as crystal and open to truth, reality or God
a contemplative or open-sensed attitude to experience
a dramatic mind-opening experience
a great intensification of light and color experienced with eyes open or closed
accelerated and expanded consciousness opened up by psychedelic drugs
all senses wide open
an eye-opener
an opening into the magic space
can open an infinity of possibilities
can open possibilities of enriched experience
dramatically expanded perception, opening up entirely new levels of reality
expand awareness, open up your mind
getting rid of conceptualized pseudo-knowledge and opening ourselves to reality
glorious opening of heavens, revelation of the divine
greater openness to remote or unique ideas and associations
new horizons open, enlarge the spiritual horizon
open attention
open the senses like flowers
open to direct sensual reception
open-mindedness and courage
opened doors to other planes
opened the door to the discovery of myself
opened the neural doors to the future
opened up my sensory awareness
opened up so many areas of exploration for me
opening a door in your mind
opening access to new territories
opening more and more realms of experience and revelation
opening new realms of awareness
opening the doors of perception and widening the area of consciousness
opening the self to higher energies
opening the way
opening up doors to past events hitherto buried in oblivion
openness to new sensations
opens individuals to spiritual dimensions of their being
opens the mind and enhances creativity
opens the mind, frees the nervous system of its ordinary patterns and structures
opens the mysteries of that great soul within him
opens the way to spiritual liberation
opens up the mind to its glorious, ecstatic depths
opens up vistas of natural satisfaction and aesthetic revelation
pure openness
spiritual birth—a powerful mystical opening and reconnection with the divine
that dimension of consciousness opened up by the psychedelic drugs
the bliss of this unexpected spiritual opening abounding in astonishing insights
the dimensions of being opened up
the dimensions the psychedelics open up
the enormously rich and varied range of experience open to the psychedelic subject
the expansive universe to which drugs such as LSD can open up the mortal brain
the great flash of lightning which comes with these openings of consciousness
the increased suggestibility and openness of the mind
the infinite openness of psychedelic consciousness
the most wonderful field of mind which could be opened
the multi-faceted realities that the LSD experience opened up
the newly opened paradise
the open-brain and its ecstatic possibilities
the open brain, the uncensored cortex, alert and open to a broad sweep
the opening of mind and heart to reality
the power of prying open for him the gates to more wondrous glories
the process of psychological transformation and spiritual opening
this ecstatic brain-opening experience
this open and ungrasping mode of awareness
to free oneself from conceptual bias and become open
to go within—to explore the landscape the psychedelics had opened up
to open a window inside his head
unusual openness and emotional closeness to others
vision of the open cortex flashing at speeds which far outstrip our verbal machinery
what a cleansed perception had revealed to the open eyes
with eyes and ears wide open

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