Possible

Possible

A universe which grows excludes the possibility of knowing how it grows in the clumsy
terms of thought and language.

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.

Before taking the drug, I feel apprehensive about the possibility of flipping out, but
during the high, I am afraid I won’t flip out enough.

Changes in human consciousness would make it possible for us to use the fruits of
modern science constructively and with wisdom.

Children are not yet fools, but we shall turn them into imbeciles like ourselves, with high
IQ’s if possible.

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

In the right psychological environment, these chemical mind changers make possible a
genuine religious experience.

Intense and impressive psychic experiences make possible the sudden unlearning of
ineffective ways of performing.

It appears to be possible to listen to music with one’s whole being and with a completely
new approach.

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

It is merely an academic prejudice that prevents one from recognizing that it is quite
possible to be scientific about the data of the internal world.

It is often possible to facilitate the emergence of a certain emotional quality by a specific
choice of music.

It is possible for us to become ourselves in the fullest ego-transcending form, even in this
life.

It is possible that a person is aware of more perceptions in a given amount of time as a
result of the enhancement of sensory data.

It is possible to experience the consciousness of all creation, of our planet, of the entire
material universe.

It is possible to experience the consciousness of all creation, of the entire planet or the
entire material universe.

It is possible to experience the history of the Universe before the origin of life on earth.
(eyes closed)

It is possible to live spontaneously without trying to be spontaneous. Indeed, there is no
alternative. (Whatever you do is spontaneous, even being uptight.)

It is possible to zoom in and selectively focus on different levels and planes of the
experiential continuum and to perceive or reconstruct fine textures.

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 possible in one session to eliminate a neurosis that had resisted years of non-drug
psychotherapy.

Leary saw the revolutionary possibilities of psilocybin and later LSD for psychotherapy
and religion.

Literary genius is the near-magical use of words to bridge as far as possible the gulf
between the normal state of existence and the world I was then in.

LSD breaks down those barriers that have made it possible for words to hide truths from
us.

Many people retain a powerful sense of incompletely explored emotional and intellectual
possibilities of something felt as intensely real and not yet explained or explained away.

No psychological health is possible unless this essential core of the person is
fundamentally accepted, loved and respected.

Oceanic feelings and ego loss are often called regression to infancy. Why not consider
the possibility of adult oceanic feelings?

Our ordinary state of awareness is merely a fragment of what is possible. The human
psyche is capable of extraordinary states that are accessible under certain conditions.

Psychedelic drugs have allowed me to believe impossible things, and I am grateful to
them for that.

Psychedelic drugs manifest universal native capacities of the mind and permanent
possibilities of human experience.

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

Psychedelics have shown me that certain things are possible, things I would otherwise
never have believed.

Psychological problems may have to be encountered before a “breakthrough” into
mystical consciousness is possible.

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

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 most vital human need is to discover one’s own inner reality. This makes it possible
to draw on the enormous resources and wisdom of ages that lie in the collective psyche.

The nervous system can be freed of virtually every perception and reflex that makes up
our ordinary spectrum of possibility.

The possibility of something originating out of nothing or of something vanishing
without a trace does not appear absurd, as it would in everyday consciousness.

The psychedelic spectrum covers the entire range of experiences that are humanly
possible.

The so-called “instant psychotherapy” is in fact a possibility in the psychedelic
experience.

Through the psychedelics, it is possible to experience the world as many of our great
writers have experienced it.

To study drugs, one has to do it. It’s possible to be scientific about data of the internal
world.

Under special circumstances, it is possible to identify experientially with anything in the
universe, including the entire cosmos itself.

Visionaries insist on the impossibility of recalling in anything even faintly resembling its
original form and intensity, their transfiguring experiences. (Using words can’t do it.)

We can anticipate that normal reality without drugs will be simply one of a possible two
or three hundred realities interrelating at a given time.

We can find ourselves filled with a love which we have never even dreamed was
possible.

We learn as children to see the function of objects, rather than experience them in all
possible ways.

Western psychology has ignored the possibilities of mind-expansion and has become
almost externally oriented.

Western psychology recognizes no methods or possibilities of getting off the imprint
board.

What guarantee is there that the 5 senses, taken together, do cover the whole of possible
experience?

What we ordinarily call “reality” is merely that slice of total fact which our social
conventions of thought and feeling make it possible for us to apprehend.

A visionary will recognize the possibility of discovering from mind, in some of its
extraordinary awakened states, a truth, or a collection of truths, which do not become
manifest in his every-day condition.

Action without wisdom, without clear awareness of the world as it really is, can never
improve anything. It could be argued that those who sit quietly and do nothing are
making one of the best possible contributions to a world in turmoil.

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.

Dependence on a narrow conceptual framework can prevent scientists from discovering,
recognizing or even imagining undreamed-of possibilities in the realm of natural
phenomena.

Does it not seem possible that our efforts at peace fail because none of our present
approaches have addressed that dimension which seems to be at the center of the global
crisis: the human psyche?

How it is possible that a being with such sensitive jewels as the eyes, such enchanted
musical instruments as the ears and such a fabulous arabesque of nerves as the brain can
experience itself as anything less than a God?

I became intrigued by the possibilities that LSD psychotherapy seemed to offer for the
alleviation of the emotional suffering of cancer patients facing the prospect of imminent
death. (That was Stanislav Grof.)

I doubt if this can possibly be made to seem meaningful at the ordinary level of
consciousness. No wonder the mystics of all faiths teach that understanding comes only
when logic and intellect are transcended!

Ideation, images, body sensation and emotion are fused in what is felt as an absolutely
purposive process culminating in a sense of total understanding, self-transformation,
religious enlightenment and possibly mystical union.

In some circles of serious research into the drug’s effect, it is thought that LSD is
possibly the clue that will lead to the discovery and disclosure of man’s unconscious, its
meaning and function.

Institutional Christianity has hardly contemplated the possibility that the whole point of
the Gospel is that everyone may experience union with God in the same way and to the
same degree as Jesus himself.

Is it possible to celebrate the union of Heaven and Earth in a religion which has
consistently held that sexual love is disgusting and sinful except between married couples
for the sole purpose of reproduction?

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

It’s really impossible to appreciate what is meant by the Tao without becoming in a rather
special sense stupid. This special kind of stupidity is not simply calmness of mind, but
“non-graspingness of mind. (Don’t interfere with your mind. Leave it alone.)

Male-female union is a natural biological and psychological vehicle for transcendent
experiences, a merging which can be more complete and intertwined than they ever
dreamed possible.

Myths play a basic role in human existence, even for people who claim to live life wholly
“rationally.” Indeed, the myth for such people is that it is both good and possible to be an
unemotional intellect that controls everything.

Nonordinary states of consciousness make it possible for unconscious material with
strong emotional charge to emerge into consciousness. This process is an expression of a
powerful spontaneous healing potential and should be supported.

Perennial philosophy offers a rich spectrum of spiritual techniques through which it is
possible to recognize and experience one’s own divinity and achieve liberation from
suffering.

The ability of the drug to connect diverse people in empathic bonds suggested exciting
social implications. Once people learned to share others’ perceptions, a higher level of
human consciousness might be possible.

The 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.

The experiences have been described as waking dreams. But to me, the visions are far
more colored and vivid than any dream can possibly be. With LSD, you see with striking
and unforgettable clarity.

The possibility of consciousness after death was rejected not because it contradicted
clinical observations, but because the concept was incompatible with existing scientific
theories.

The possibility of transcending the limitations of matter, time, space and linear causality
is experienced so many times and in so many different ways that it has to be integrated
into a new world-view.

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 psychedelic can alter the perception of energy, matter, and time in such a way as to
enable select random access of the spatial and temporal dimensions and make it possible
to inhabit the skins of a variety of forms and entities.

The self reveals itself to consciousness more completely than has been possible hitherto,
with consciousness “living” the ensuing symbolic drama in terms of patterns that have
become simultaneously personal and universal. (eyes closed)

The wonder of LSD is that it can bring within the capabilities of ordinary people the
experience of universal love and the reality of our divine nature which was once possible
only to the mystics.

There is no doubt that a genuine comprehension of religion, mysticism, shamanism, rites
of passage or mythology is impossible without intimate knowledge of the death
experience and the death-rebirth process.

Understanding comes when we liberate ourselves from the old and so make possible a
direct, unmediated contact with the new, the mystery, moment by moment, of our
existence.

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.

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

Controlled research aimed at maximizing their safety, their effectiveness, and their
human value has barely begun. In addition to questions concerning the possible uses of
LSD as a therapeutic or educative device, its potential value as a basic research tool for
investigating higher mental processes has also been minimally explored.

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, its disappearance is a kind of death.

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?

LSD subjects have, in certain special states of mind, access to information about almost
any aspect of the universe. The holographical approach makes it possible to imagine how
the information mediated by the brain is accessible in every cerebral cell, or how the
genetic information about the entire organism is available in every single cell of the body.

One can transcend the limits of the specifically human experience and identify with the
consciousness of animals, plants or even inanimate objects and processes. In the
extremes, it is possible to experience the consciousness of the entire biosphere, of our
planet, or of the entire material universe.

Our mental functions are linked to biological processes in our brains. However, this does
not necessarily mean that consciousness originates in or is produced by our brains. This
conclusion made by Western science is a metaphysical assumption rather than a scientific
fact, and it is certainly possible to come up with other interpretations of the same data.

Psychedelic drugs dramatically suspend the conditioned, learned aspects of the nervous
system. Suddenly released from its conditioned patterning, consciousness is flung into a
flashing loom of unlearned imagery, an eerie, novel landscape where every-thing seems
possible and nothing remains fixed.

The observations of the last few decades have drastically changed our understanding of
the relationship between consciousness and matter and of the dimensions of the psyche.
They show consciousness as an equal partner of matter, or possibly even supraordinated
to matter, and creative intelligence as inextricably woven into the fabric of the universe.

We are confronted by the very real possibility that the known and unknown uses of these
drugs that could prove to be legitimate and beneficial for individual persons and society
may be suppressed until some future century when investigation will be permitted to
proceed unhampered by popular hysteria and over-restrictive legislation.

We now consider that they give us therapeutic possibilities in areas where we were
formerly powerless. In fact these drugs are of such great importance in our psychiatric
instrumentation that we can hardly think of doing without them. Indeed, this is a great
step forward in psychiatry.

Anybody who has been into the Sainte Chapelle in Paris or into Chartes Cathedral must
realize the extraordinary visionary power which these windows have. It is possible by
means of stained glass windows, to turn the whole of a vast building into one single
jewel. One is inside a great jewel. (With LSD, wherever you are is like that and much,
much more.)

Distances suddenly seem to be different. A person sitting across the room may suddenly
seem to be sitting only a few feet away. The ceiling may seem to bulge at the corners of
the room and the walls may undulate as though they were breathing. It may actually seem
possible to step inside a picture of a woodland scene on the wall and walk among the
trees.

Each person will become his own Buddha, his own Einstein, his own Galileo. Instead of
relying on canned, static, dead knowledge passed on from other symbol producers, he
will be using his 80 or so years on this planet to live out every possibility of the human,
prehuman and even subhuman adventure. As more respect and time are diverted to these
explorations, he will be less hung-up on trivial, external pastimes.

I doubt whether artists will have much power to shape public policy on psychedelics, but
I also doubt whether illegality will ever dissuade artists from exploring all sources of
stimulation and inspiration. I hope to see a day when artists, and indeed anyone else who
wishes to explore all the possibilities of mental experience, will have the legal option to
use substances having such power and promise.

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 the LSD state, the old conceptual frameworks break down, cultural cognitive barriers
dissolve and the material can be seen and synthesized in a totally new way that was not
possible within the old systems of thinking, This mechanism can produce not only
striking new solutions to various specific problems, but new paradigms that revolutionize
whole scientific disciplines.

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.

LSD subjects often consider the possibility that consciousness is a basic cosmic
phenomenon related to the organization of energy and that it exists throughout the
universe; in this context, human consciousness appears to be only one of its many
varieties and outgrowths. Episodes of consciousness of inorganic matter can be
accompanied by various insights of a philosophical and religious relevance.

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.

Science could make no sense of certain evidence about the world or the mind that had
been considered central in older traditions, and therefore paid as little attention as
possible to that evidence. Whole areas of experience and fields of intellectual endeavor
were relegated to the domain of religious faith or consigned to the categories of fraud,
folly, and disease.

Squeeze the stone until it becomes soft as cotton. The guide then may induce an empathic
relationship, telling the subject to “Let yourself go into the stone, let yourself dissolve
into the stone. Be one with the stone, so that you understand it and so that it understands
you.” By such means, experiences of empathy are made possible for persons who never
have had even remotely similar experiences before.

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
radical self-transcendence and a deeper understanding of the nature of things.

The conveying and receiving of complicated messages, without the normal amount of
verbalization, is made possible by the subject’s alertness to nuances of language. Double
meanings and other word plays may be picked up instantly. Apparently simple statements
and even single words yield manifold meanings and implications that all seem
simultaneously accessible.

The opportunity to vividly experience specific memories from different periods of one’s
life makes it possible to see their interrelations and discover chains of unconscious
neurotic patterns underlying specific emotional problems. This can be an important
transforming experience that results in profound changes in the personality structure,
emotional dynamics, and behavior of the individual.

Under conditioning, it seems impossible and even absurd to realize that myself does not
reside in the ego alone, but in the whole surge of energy which ranges from the galaxies
to the nuclear fields in my body. At this level of existence “I” am immeasurably old; my
forms are infinite and their comings and goings are simply the pulses or vibrations of a
single and eternal flow of energy.

We felt like people who had stumbled, almost by accident, onto a possible cure for a
virulent plague that was scourging the country. Yet the majority of the inhabitants,
sufferers from the plague, were denying that there even was this condition. Hence anyone
proposing a cure for it must inevitable be seen as either as a religious nut or a depraved
fraud, or both.

While samples of psychedelic drugs of doubtful quality are available in the streets and on
college campuses, it is nearly impossible for a serious researcher to get a license for
scientific investigation of their effects. As a result of this, professionals are in a very
paradoxical situation: they are expected to give expert help in an area in which they are
not allowed to conduct research and generate new scientific information.

You can bring the subconscious into the realm of discriminative consciousness and
thereby, to draw upon the unrestricted treasury of subconscious memory, wherein are
stored the records of not only our past lives but the records of the past of our race, the
past of humanity, and of all pre-human forms of life, if not the very consciousness that
makes like possible in this universe.

All things are possible, All feelings are possible.
Humanity is estranged from its authentic possibilities.
In this state, realization of the “ultimate truth” is possible.
It is possible to feel unusual openness and closeness to others.
It offers possibilities of communication which we have not explored.
LSD offers vast possibilities for accelerated learning and scientific-scholarly research.
Our present mental machinery cannot possibly handle the cerebral potential.
Our species has overrun the material spacial possibilities of this planet.
Salvation, liberation or enlightenment is possible for us at every moment.
The nervous system has an infinity of possibilities.
The possibilities for individual transformation and cultural change are enormous.
Too much evil and too much suffering can make it impossible for men to be creative.
Transcendence of mind makes possible new realms of insight.
Ultimately it is possible to regain the ground that has been lost.
We discover that there is a real liberation that is possible for every human being.

He said that he did not “really think it possible to study and understand modern
philosophy without at least having tried a psychedelic.”

His consciousness was providing him with amazingly detailed, complex and concrete
information that he had never dreamed possible.

I closed my eyes and almost instantaneously, I went out of body to a place of power and
shamanic possibility.

I could find no possible relation between anything Freud had talked about and this
experience with its exalted spirituality.

I remembered detail that under ordinary conditions I could not possibly have
remembered.

I was struck with a new sense of possibility, that I could be awakened to dozens of
wondrous phenomena.

It seemed as if several hours or possibly days or even a year or more had gone by and it
was only 15 minutes.

LSD just blew the frame right out of the picture. It gave you a sense of infinite
possibility. LSD gave us the idea that it could be different. It was tremendously inspiring.

The Shaman lost all fear of death, knowing it to be literally impossible. “Man has created
death.”

By my calculation, the state lasted about 300 years, for the sensations which followed one
another were so numerous and pressing that any real appreciation of time was impossible.
The rapture passed…I saw that it had lasted just a quarter of an hour.

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

I was lifted entirely out of the world of hitherto conceivable being and invested with the
power of beholding forms and modes of existence which on earth are impossible to be
expressed.

It was a magical time. Visions of utopia flooded by 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.

The possibility of transcending boundaries between self and other, the illusory nature of
ego, the interdependence of opposites, the relative nature of dualism and the resolution of
paradox in transcendence became clear.

I gave way to delight, as mystics have for centuries when they peeked through the
curtains and discovered that this world, so manifestly real, was actually a tiny stage set
constructed by the mind. There was a sea of possibilities out there (in there?), other
realities, an infinite array of programs for other futures.

I learned that I am more—so much more than this body that walks the earth. I learned
that I’m still me, even without a name, a family, an identity, or a body. I almost think that
the body is a prison that holds my consciousness inside narrow limits, to make it possible
to function on earth. Once I was out of it, the limitless was my home.

There was simply a pattern of action, of process and this was at one and the same time
the universe and myself with nothing outside it either to trust or mistrust and there
seemed to be no meaning in the idea of its trusting or mistrusting itself, just as there is no
possibility of a finger’s touching its own tip.

Everything in this universe appeared to be conscious. After having had to accept the
possibility of fetal consciousness, I was confronted with an even more startling
discovery: consciousness might actually pervade all existence. My scientific mind was
heavily tested by this possibility until I realized that although many of these experiences
were incompatible with our common sense, they were not necessarily out of the realm of
science.

For the first time, I understood the meaning of “ineffable”. There seemed to be no
possibility of conveying in words the subjective truth of my experience. A veil had been
lifted from my inner vision, and I felt able to see, not just images or forms, but the nature
of truth itself. The doors of perception were so cleansed, they seemed to vanish
altogether, and there was only infinite being. Krishnamurti’s characterization of truth as a
pathless land seemed an appropriate description of this domain.

Entirely new realms of possibility opened up.
I began to discover new possibilities within myself.
I felt an amazing array of emotions with an intensity I did not know was possible.
It was a world where miracles were possible, acceptable and understandable.
It was possible to look out and see and participate in the entire cosmic drama.
LSD opened exciting new perspectives and interesting possibilities.
The broadest scope of vision which was possible was now ours.
The experience was genuine, a view of what was possible.

a psychedelic experience a drug-induced loss of self, a journey to the inner world, the
endless possibilities of the experience

a religious experience culminating in a sense of total self-understanding, self-
transformation, religious enlightenment and possibly mystical union

a single undifferentiated state of mind containing all possible dimensions of human
experience

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

drugs useful for exploring perception and different possibilities and modes of
consciousness

experiencing emotions and physical sensations of great intensity, often surpassing
anything we might consider humanly possible

introduced to unfathomable realms within, new awarenesses and undiscovered
possibilities

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

promises new and exciting possibilities for the study and understanding of human history
and cultures

propel consciousness into an eerie, novel landscape in which everything seems possible
and nothing remains fixed

the belief that a universal or brotherly love is possible and constitutes man’s best if not
only hope

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

the existence of these elements in the human unconscious and the possibility of
experiencing them consciously in a vivid and realistic way

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

the possibilities that psychedelic experiences can offer in terms of self-exploration,
finding the roots of one’s emotional symptoms and solving life’s problems

the possibility of confrontation with the source level of reality, felt as Holy, Ultimate,
Ineffable, in an atmosphere charged with the most intense affect

the possibility of more advanced conditioning designed for more complex consciousness
and communication

the possibility of the average person’s using the mind to intentionally influence or direct
“involuntary” processes of the body

the Tao an integrated, harmonious and universal process from which it’s impossible to
deviate

the unfolding possibilities of mind-free consciousness, the liberating effect of the ancient
rebirth process that comes only through the death of the mind

to break down our conditioned expectations about the boundary between the possible and
the impossible

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

to impart a superhuman knowledge which could not possibly be gained during waking
consciousness

a long, slow form of sexual intercourse wherein the couple remain joined for an hour or
more with very little motion, keeping the preorgasmic tension as high as possible without
aiming at the release of climax

the mind that has broken out of its prison of cultural conditioning and egotism and is as
fully receptive to given reality on every level, as it is possible for the human creature to
be

a new dimension of human possibility, a new order of human awareness and potentiality
a new vision of human possibilities and cultural renewal
a sense of how a more fulfilling life might be possible
a state of infinite possibility beyond good and evil
bringing a sense of well-being that the person never dreamed was possible
can open an infinity of possibilities
can open possibilities of enriched experience
could see objects from perceptions which were normally impossible
discovering new dimensions and possibilities within themselves
exotic splendor and beauty impossible to achieve in this world
makes it possible for a person to explore otherwise inaccessible areas
making possible direct awareness at higher-than-normal levels of intensity
may reveal possibilities of experience which the subject did not know existed at all
new selfhood, new human beings, new possibilities
new therapeutic possibilities and perspectives
offers new therapeutic possibilities undreamed of by traditional psychiatry
offers unique possibilities for a serious philosophical and spiritual quest
possibilities within your mind that have gone unrecognized or were denied, by your ego
presenting a wealth of hitherto unknown perceptual possibilities
realized the possibilities of his true self
romantic, impossibly beautiful
the endless possibilities of the experience
the great richness and variety of possibilities involved
the healing-educational possibilities of psychedelics
the highest of all possible heavens
the increase in attention, the detailed attention possible
the infinite amount of possibilities available in psychedelic drugs
the most creative and the most satisfying experience possible
the one thing that makes spiritual life possible and meaningful—union with God
the open-brain and its ecstatic possibilities
the possibility in each of us for non-attachment, freedom and liberation
the possibility of seeing into new institutional solutions
the potentially vast possibilities of LSD
the ‘60’s a time when everything seemed possible
the whole range of possible experience
the wider seeing which is possible
the wild unknown and uncharted, where anything is possible
the yogic possibilities of psychedelic drugs
to experience his sense modalities to their fullest possible limits
to reveal the focus and re-focus possibilities of the nervous system
to see a beauty that transcends anything one had ever imagined possible before
twisted buildings dancing, street buckling, car shrinking, impossible Wonderland scenes

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