Potential

Potential, Potentialities

A too-hasty return to game involvements will blur the clarity of the vision and reduce the
potential for learning.

An average person of our culture operates in a way that is far below his or her real
potential and capacity.

Any individual can develop his potential and liberate these qualities which lie in
abundance within us.

Clinical data suggested that these experiences had a unique therapeutic potential in the
treatment of various emotional disorders.

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

Drugs, intelligently used as tools to enter other states of consciousness, are potentially
beneficial.

Drugs like LSD reveal something of the otherwise dimly visible expanse of the mind and
suggest that its vast potential is scarcely to be comprehended.

Each of us potentially has access to vast realms of knowledge through his own mind,
including secrets of the universe known so far only to a very few.

Every person should have the experience to see what potential lies within himself. (First,
the person must be well prepared.)

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

Explicit focus on the positive potential in human beings is an important therapeutic
factor.

Huxley was fascinated by the potential in drugs such as mescaline, LSD and psilocybin to
provide a learning experience normally denied us within our educational system.

If this potentiality were recognized and used, it would release for us unlimited strength,
unlimited talents, unlimited harmony and peace, unlimited love, unlimited beauty.

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

It became obvious that the drug experiences could enhance creative potential in certain
individuals. Highly creative individuals became favorite subjects for LSD sessions.

It may lead to rediscovery of self and finding new potential for growth and development
with a new beginning.

Jesus explained that we all have the potential—the God-given right—to enter the
Kingdom, to become whole and holy.

Leary saw the potential for change and we forget how constipated and self-limiting
American society was in the early sixties.

LSD could expedite the psychotherapeutic process and shorten the time necessary for the
treatment of various emotional disorders, which makes it a potentially valuable tool.

LSD may lead to the finding of new potential for growth and development and to a new
beginning.

Madness need not be all breakdown. It may also be breakthrough. It is potentially
liberation and renewal.

Man’s normal waking consciousness is always culturally conditioned and prevents us
from actualizing some of our most valuable potentialities.

Now the chemical messiah has come which has the ability to awaken this sleeping
realization of mind potential in even the most skeptical.

One’s full potential could be realized not by suppressing signals from the inner core but,
on the contrary, by learning to listen to them.

Our fault lies not in our lack of talent or potential, but in our refusal to believe that it
exists.

Our potential is never closely approached and the mind ordinarily functions at a fraction
of its full effectiveness.

Our social policy has all but ignored the extraordinary potential of psychedelic drugs for
therapeutic use and inner development.

People have an untapped potential of great love and wisdom which is too often neglected
in trying to satisfy the imperious power demands of the ego.

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

Some psychiatrists very early saw the remarkable potential of LSD for telescoping many
weary hours of psychotherapy into a brief, intense experience.

Spiritual development is a movement toward wholeness, the discovery of one’s true
potential.

Such a tremendous potential to alter the consciousness made LSD a sure subject of heated
debate.

The brain’s enormous potential is contracted. (We must expand our consciousness in
order to reach our potential.)

The effect of consciousness-expanding drugs will be to transform our concepts of human
nature, of human potentialities, of existence.

The enriching growth potential that they contain demands continued study and attempts
to understand them (the psychedelics).

The experience of cosmic unity has an unusual therapeutic potential and can have lasting
beneficial consequences for the individual.

The healing potential of ecstatic states is of such paramount significance that it suggests
an entirely new orientation in psychiatric therapy.

The insights psychedelics potentiate frequently enable one to see through the myriad
pretentions and deceits which make up the mythology of the Social Lie.

The LSD experience appears to involve a variety of factors on many different levels; each
has a distinct therapeutic potential.

The psychedelic experience has the potential of initiating the unfolding of a self-healing
and self-realizing process.

The sixties scared the hell out of the culture because they showed another potential exists
for people.

The therapeutic claims made for these drugs are of sufficient potential importance to
warrant serious unprejudiced study.

There are experiential-spiritual as well as secular-behavioral potentialities of the nervous
system.

These strange forms of research and experimentation are not implacable rivals but
potential partners of science.

Throughout history, most cultures had a great appreciation for nonordinary states of
consciousness. They highly valued the positive potential of such states.

Visiting new realms within yourself, you are suddenly imbued with creative ideas and
new insights and find that your potential seems limitless.

We believe the experience to be of enormous potential value, both to the subject and
researcher.

We each hold the potential for having direct and immediate experiential access to
virtually every aspect of the universe.

We have removed a source of disturbance, at the price of denying part of our own
potential.

We must change our thinking to use the potentialities of our new instruments. (The new
instruments are psychedelic drugs.)

Could the drugs help us who are now located between the animals and the angels, to one
day leave our larval state and become butterflies? With all my heart I wanted to believe in
our potential to evolve, to emerge from our brutish past.

Each human being contains the information about the entire universe or all of existence,
has potential experiential access to all its parts, and in a sense is the whole cosmic
network.

Hallucinogenic drugs give people who lack the gift of spontaneous perception the
potential to experience this extra-ordinary state of consciousness and thereby to attain
insight into the spiritual world.

If we can even start to move in the direction of relying on intuition and experience to
discover the positive potential of drugs, the drug problem will automatically begin to
recede. (The fight against drugs is what creates, causes or is the “drug problem.”)

In contrast to the incredible potentialities of the brain is the fact that we are aware of only
the millionth fraction of our own cortical signaling. (The awareness of the ego is almost
zero.)

Individuals can feel that prior to the experience, they had never really seen colors,
smelled the variety of fragrances and odors, tested the infinite nuances of food, or
experienced the sensual potential of their bodies.

Much of the combined efforts of psychiatrists, psychologists, neurophysiologists,
biochemists and other related professionals is one-sidedly directed toward interfering
with processes that have unique therapeutic and transformative potential.

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.

Our rational instrumentation is principally responsible for the reduction of our total
potential of apprehension, of knowing and being. (The more one is dominated by their
ego, the further they are from reaching their Real Potential.)

Psychedelics can be healing tools. I’ve seen a lot of healing, not just of mental problems
but of physical problems, from psychedelic experiences; they’ve got great potential in
that regard.

Since LSD is a non-specific amplifier of mental processes, the LSD phenomena cover an
extremely broad range, extending potentially to all aspects of human experience and
behavior.

The importance and value of transpersonal experiences is extraordinary. It is a great irony
and one of the paradoxes of modern science that phenomena with a therapeutic potential
transcending what Western psychiatry has to offer are, by and large, seen as pathological.

The recent increase of interest in various forms of self-exploration, which can mediate
direct spiritual experiences, is a very encouraging trend and a development of great
potential significance.

The significance of incarnation and resurrection is not that Jesus was a human like us but
rather that we are gods like him— or at least have the potential to be. This is the secret of
all ages and all spiritual traditions. This is the highest mystery.

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 came to believe, as a result of our own experiences and those reported to us by others
using psychedelics, that they had the potential to facilitate for the individual the
experience of major insights and problem solutions of an intellectual-emotional nature.

What truly defines the transpersonal orientation is a model of the human psyche that
recognizes the importance of the spiritual or cosmic dimensions and the potential for
consciousness evolution.

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.

Few of the drug-state phenomena are more perplexing, fascinating and potentially
valuable than is the subject’s participation in mythic and ritualistic dramas which
represent to him in terms both universal and particular the essentials of his own situation
in the world. (eyes closed)

From the moment of birth, the baby is subjected to forces concerned with destroying its
potentialities, and on the whole this enterprise is successful. By the time the new human
being is fifteen or so, we are left with a being like ourselves, a half-crazed creature more
or less adjusted to a mad world. This is normality in our present age.

How can we Westerners see that our own potentials are much greater than the social-hive
games in which we are so blindly trapped? Once the game structure of behavior is seen,
change in behavior can occur with dramatic spontaneity. The visionary, brain-change,
consciousness-altering experience is the key to behavior change.

If properly handled, a psychedelic crisis has great positive potential and can result in a
profound personality transformation. Conversely, an insensitive and ignorant approach
can cause psychological damage and lead to chronic psychotic states and years of
psychiatric hospitalization.

If repression is not replaced by education and if intolerance is not replaced with
understanding, our hopes for the future and our vision of the human potential will be
gravely jeopardized. (In other words, we have no hope if dumb, ignorant, arrogant,
selfish, insensitive fascists continue to hold power and run things.)

It is clear that psychedelics have the potential to cut through whatever blocks stand
between us and higher experiences, magically letting us enjoy, if only temporarily,
transcendent states. I hope it is not necessary to belabor the point that this potential is
realized if only set and setting support it.

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.

Most of the awe and reverent wonder stems from this confrontation with an unsuspected
range of consciousness, the tremendous acceleration of images, the shattering insight into
the narrowness of the learned as opposed to the potentiality of awareness, the humbling
sense of where one’s ego is in relationship to the total energy field.

Only a few rather exceptional professionals have shown a genuine interest in and
appreciation of transpersonal experiences as phenomena of their own right. These
individuals have recognized their heuristic value and their relevance for a new
understanding of the unconscious, of the human potential and of the nature of man.

The capacity of LSD and some other psychedelic drugs to exteriorize otherwise invisible
phenomena and processes and make them the subject of scientific investigation gives
these substances a unique potential as diagnostic instruments and as research tools for the
exploration of the human mind.

The critical issue here is the ontological status of non-ordinary states of consciousness—
whether we see them as pathological conditions that should be indiscriminately
suppressed or veritable alternatives to our everyday states of consciousness that can
contribute to our understanding of the psyche and have a great therapeutic potential.

The discoveries of the last few decades strongly suggest that the psyche is not limited to
the Freudian individual unconscious and confirm the perennial truth, found in many
mystical traditions, that human beings might be commensurate with all there is.
Transpersonal experiences and their extraordinary potential certainly attests to this fact.

The everyday clinical practice of LSD psychotherapy brings repeated evidence of the
powerful healing potential of the death-rebirth process. The discovery of this potent
therapeutic mechanism, as yet unrecognized and unacknowledged by Western science,
represents one of the most surprising findings of my LSD research.

The exploration of ways of expanding human consciousness will occupy a prominent
position in the mainstream of contemporary psychology. We can look forward to a far
more extensive application of these powerful agents as a means of facilitating social as
well as individual potentialities.

The mystical teachings of all ages revolve around the idea that the exclusive pursuit of
material goals and values by no means expresses the full potential of human beings.
According to this point of view, humanity is an integral part of the creative cosmic
energy and intelligence and is, in a sense, identical to and commensurate with it.

These experiences clearly suggest that, in a yet unexplained way, each of us contains the
information about the entire universe or all of existence, has potential experiential access
to all its parts and in a sense, is the whole cosmic network, as much as he or she is just an
infinitesimal part of it, a separate and insignificant biological entity.

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 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 my utopian fantasy, Island, I speculated in fictional terms about the ways in which a
substance akin to psilocybin could be used to potentiate the nonverbal education of
adolescents and to remind adults that the real world is very different from the misshapen
universe they have created for themselves by means of their culture-conditioned
prejudices. (That was Aldous Huxley.)

In spite of our mechanical sophistication we may well be savages, simple brutes quite
unaware of the potential within. It is highly likely that coming generations will look back
at us and wonder: how could they so childishly play with their simple toys and primitive
words and remain ignorant of the speed, power and relational potential within? How
could they fail to use the equipment they possessed?

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.

In this day, when spiritual hungers and longings are both widespread and acute, LSD has
a great potential in the field of religious development alone. (“Alone” doesn’t mean that
LSD’s potential is just in religious development, but also many other fields. To put it
another way, even if LSD’s great potential was just in religious development, it would
still be very significant.)

Like everyone else, I am functioning at only a fraction of my potential. How grateful I
should feel if someone had taught me to be, say 30 percent efficient instead of 15 or
maybe 20 percent! (That was Aldous Huxley before he had ever tried psychedelics.
Even then, he had the right idea, but we actually are at just a tiny fraction of one percent
of our potential or efficiency.)

The average Westerner is naive about nonordinary states of consciousness and has many
misconceptions and prejudices about some of the experiences that are potentially the
most healing. We try to convey a clear message that such phenomena as death-rebirth
sequences, archetypal visions and states of cosmic unity are absolutely normal and that
having them in no way implies pathology.

The CIA and military investigators were given free reign to conduct their covert
experimentation. Apparently, in the eyes of the FDA, those seeking to develop
hallucinogens as weapons were somehow more “sensitive to their scientific integrity and
moral and ethical responsibilities” than independent researchers dedicated to exploring
the therapeutic potential of LSD.

The last thing an institution of education wants to allow you to do is expand your
consciousness, to use the untapped potential in your head, to experience directly. They
don’t want you to take life seriously, they want you to take their game seriously.
Education, dear students, is anesthetic, a narcotic procedure which is very likely to blunt
your sensitivity and to immobilize your brain and your behavior for the rest of your lives.

Underlying all these highlights, what held us together was our feeling that we were on the
cutting edge of knowledge. We were spearheading the acquisition of new and important
truths and their potentials. We likened ourselves to explorers in Africa when that
continent was still unknown to Europeans. (That was Timothy Leary referring to his days
at Harvard.)

If the human potential that Jesus demonstrated is understood to be within us, if the
capacity to grow to godlike stature is directly experienced by all Christendom as the key
to the Kingdom, then Christianity will fulfill its purpose by encouraging people to evolve,
to transform themselves, to rise to a higher state. (This means the LSD state of cosmic
consciousness. Do phony idiots such as Jerry Falwell and Pat Robertson understand
that?)

If the potential exists for the upheaval of a person’s “change of life flow,” then it is
unprofessional, if not criminal, to fail to advise him of this potential outcome. And if you,
yourself, as the investigator, are uncertain of the potential ramifications of such an
experiment, then you are remiss in exposing others to that which you are not personally
familiar. One must personally know the experience to understand properly another’s
experience.

The richness of the experiential content is augmented by the fact that the process involves
an endless variety of illustrative material from biology, zoology, anthropology, history,
mythology and religion. Psychedelic sessions focusing on the death-rebirth process not
only have great therapeutic potential, but are a source of invaluable scientific,
sociopolitical, philosophical and spiritual insights. (That material is seen with the eyes
closed.)

All knowledge is potentially available.
Altered states of consciousness have a clear potential for positive psychic development.
As aids to learning about being, psychedelics are of great potential value.
Consciousness has the potential to reach all aspects of existence.
Each of us is potentially Mind at Large.
Everyone is potentially a creative genius. Every psychotic is a potential sage or healer.
In the use of LSD, there’s great potential if it’s used properly and channeled.
It is a multipotential state.
LSD might have undreamed of therapeutic potential.
Maintain faith and trust in the potentiality of your brain.
Our present mental machinery cannot possibly handle the cerebral potential.
Potentially, all of us are “infinite in faculties and like gods in apprehension.”
Promising methods may be developed which will assist in releasing potential talents.
Psychedelics act as keys or tools to give a person access to his dormant potentialities.
Such experiences have a great healing potential and therapeutic value.
The drug appears to bring out latent potentialities.
The drug experience could enhance creative potential.
The human psyche is filled with wonderful potentials waiting to be awakened and used.
The issue at stake is the human mind and its potentialities.
The mind’s still unknown potential is our future.
The potential for a mystical experience is the natural birthright of all human beings.
The potential of LSD seems to be quite extraordinary and unique.
There are vast untapped potentialities in the human psyche.
There is a deep positive potential in every human being that is hidden.
There is a potential contemplative dimension in music.
These drugs have present value and an enormously greater potential value.
These drugs hold a potential of evolution and education.
These states have a tremendous evolutionary and healing potential.
They contact a potential greater than those afforded by ordinary means.
Trust in the wisdom and spontaneous healing potential of the psyche.
We all share this potentiality.

I never suspected that the ancient spiritual systems had actually charted, with amazing
accuracy, different levels and types of experiences that occur in non-ordinary states of
consciousness. I was astonished by their emotional power, authenticity, and potential for
transforming people’s views of their lives.

It dawned on me that all the building blocks of the social structure were really nothing
but an imposing veneer that kept you from being godlike, and that as soon as we knew
the true potential of our own energy frequencies to overcome or pass through the artificial
walls, the human spirit could be liberated.

One conclusion was forced upon my mind at that time and my impression of its truth has
ever since remained unshaken. It is that our normal waking consciousness, rational
consciousness as we call it, is but one special type of consciousness, whilst all about it,
parted from it by the filmiest of screens, there lie potential forms of consciousness
entirely different.

The perennial philosophy and the esoteric teachings of all time suddenly made sense. I
understood why spiritual seekers were instructed to look within, and the unconscious was
revealed to be not just a useful concept, but an infinite reservoir of creative potential. I
felt I had been afforded a glimpse into the nature of reality and the human potential
within that reality, together with a direct experience of being myself, free of illusory
identifications and constrictions of consciousness.

They have tapped a universal reality that is potentially available to everyone.

We saw the multiple facets of our potential.

a fresh look that would teach us to tap the enormous reservoir of potentialities buried
beneath the threshold of awareness

a liberation of the senses which, far from destroying civilization, would give it a firmer
basis and would greatly enhance its potentialities

a new soul-shaking appreciation of the inner beauty, either seen or potential, of all
humanity

a perception of everything as not only potentially beautiful, but as basically beautiful in
its own right

a process of purification, the onset of enhanced psychic sensitivity giving access to the
hidden and highest potentials of human existence

a state in which the fruits of nature and the potentialities of the human organism may
develop more richly

a transcendental state of consciousness whose impact is to trigger a release of a universal
“inner programming” of higher human potentials

everyday experience, that narrow utilitarian world that our self-centered consciousness
selects from out of the infinite wealth of cosmic potentialities

experiences which point toward the ultimate evolutionary potential of human
consciousness

freedom to find your own inner potentiality and to develop it without coercion from an
external, centralized, authoritarian political entity (internal freedom)

full appreciation of the therapeutic potential of the mystical and religious dimension of
the LSD experience

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

LSD a very powerful behavior-changing agent with immense potential for therapy if used
properly

making people aware of their religious potentialities, linking them consciously with a
great tradition of prophets, saints and martyrs

our potential for voyaging into the consciousness of other species (as well as plants,
objects or anything else)

psychedelic drugs potentially useful for a wide variety of therapeutic, religious, and
creative purposes

psychedelics, that they had the potential to facilitate for the individual the experience of
major insights and problem solutions of an intellectual-emotional nature

rich potentialities waiting to become actual, to make themselves glowingly present to our
consciousness

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 body which always retains the potentiality of a fully erotic relationship with the
world—not just through the genital system but through the whole sensory capacity

the discovery that the human brain possesses an infinity of potentialities and can operate
at unexpected space-time dimensions

the enormous potential importance of psychedelic research for many scholarly and
scientific disciplines

the experience of oneself as a potentially unlimited field of consciousness that has access
to all aspects of reality

the extraordinary discrepancy between the potentials of the cortical computer and the
poverty of the programs we impose on it

the healing, transformative and evolutionary potential of nonordinary states of
consciousness

the need to discriminate between pathological states that have to be medically treated and
transformative states that have a positive potential and should be supported

the potential of psychedelic therapy in the treatment of various psychiatric problems and
in the training of mental health professionals

the potentialities of the human cortex to create images and experiences far beyond the
narrow limits of words and concepts

the potentials—social, creative, psychological, cultural and ontological—which may be
experienced by means of the consciousness-expansion process

the unique sense of potential power and actual powerlessness that the great mass of
young people feel

to bypass the reducing valve (filter) and tap the unlimited potentials of the brain’s 20
billion neurons

to gain insight into the potentials of consciousness and different states of consciousness
of which I am capable

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

to utilize powerful experiences for healing, the healing and transformative potential of
powerful experience

the potentials of the drug experience for revealing new levels of consciousness and
bringing about changes in personality and behavior faster and more effectively than any
other method known to us

a fuller capacity to express one’s creative potential
a fuller realization of potentials intrinsic to the human condition
a much wider area of potential application of the LSD reaction in the therapeutic field
a new dimension of human possibility, a new order of human awareness and potentiality
a positive potential
a potentially life-changing opportunity
a potentially life-changing process
a potentially valuable drug
a potentially valuable personal experience
a psycho-physical universe with an infinitude of potentialities
a realm of infinite potential
a realm of pure potential and the effects could be dramatic
a remarkable therapeutic potential in wild dancing
a revolutionary and potentially restorative mental journey
a scientific tool of enormous potential
a world of potential underlying the world of measured reality
an amazing potential
an entirely new understanding of the potential
an extraordinary therapeutic potential
an innate potential
an unusual potential for mediating transformative and mystical experience
awakening a generation to its own potential
awakening of higher human potential
became aware of the undeveloped potentials within themselves
dramatically altering and expanding human awareness and potentialities
exploration of the potentialities of the mind
far-reaching healing potential
feeling that my potential was limitless
have been awakened to new dimensions and potentialities within
hidden human potential
human beings and their so largely unrealized potentialities
infinite potentialities
Leary a true visionary of the potential of the human mind and spirit
living out one’s fullest creative potential
LSD’s potential as a visionary or transcendental drug
LSD’s problem-solving potential
LSD’s revolutionary potential
one’s deeper potential
potential for experiencing more widely and richly
potentialities of the cortex, not the drug. The drug is just an instrument.
potentially unique drugs
psychedelics as potential facilitators of development
realizing his or her hidden potential
that an LSD-induced mystical experience might harbor unexplored therapeutic potential
the activated brain’s potential
the almost endless potentialities of the human mind
the awakening of potentialities hitherto dormant
the clinical potential of these drugs
the creative-fostering potential of psychedelic agents
the creative potential of novel thoughts and impulses
the creative potential of the LSD state
the creative superconscious and radiant potential of the psyche
the discovery that the human brain possesses an infinity of potentialities
the drug’s real potential
the educational potential of psychedelics
the effects of the release of creative potential in artists, writers and musicians
the enlargement of vision, the acute awareness of vaster potentials
the enormous range of potential experiences
the evolution of consciousness and the awakening of the human potential in everyone
the extraordinary potential of music for psychotherapy
the full spectrum of human potentiality
the healing potential
the healing potential of the unitive ecstatic states
the healing potential of these dimensions
the immense potentiality of sex energy
the infinite wealth of cosmic potentialities
the intensification of sexual experience and the potentiation of sexual ecstasy by LSD
the latent potentialities which lie within us
the now available potentialities of the accelerated cortex
the positive nature and potential of peak experiences
the potential depth and complexity of psychedelic experience
the potential for rising to a higher state of being
the potential of LSD for enhancing creativity
the potential therapeutic value of these transformative experiences
the potentialities of the human psyche
the potentialities of the nervous system, the complexity of the human cortical computer
the potentiality of awareness
the potentially transformative symbolic and analogic dramas (eyes closed)
the potentially vast possibilities of LSD
the potentials of expanded awareness
the potentiated nervous system
the realm of pure potential
the religious potentialities of LSD
the remarkable transformative potential of nonordinary states of consciousness
the revelatory potentials of the human nervous system
the revolutionary potential of drugs
the revolutionary potentials of the unconscious
the rich potentialities
the role of psychedelics in exploring the mind’s potential
the secret about the potentialities of the brain
the spontaneous healing potential of the deeper dynamics of the psyche
the staggeringly rich intellectual potentials
the therapeutic potential of experiences of mystical consciousness
the therapeutic potential of psychedelics
the therapeutic potential of the reliving of emotionally relevant episodes from childhood
the transformative potential of LSD
the vast and mysterious world of human potentialities
the worlds of still unrealized potentialities
this beautitude, the fulfillment of the potential of man’s being
this internal potential
this new extension of potentiality
this wonderful gift residing potentially within all of us
to actualize their potential
to determine how LSD can best be used in releasing the potentials of the human mind
to develop our full potential
to discover the inner potential
to evoke the higher potential in human beings
to expand existing senses to their fullest potential
to experience the ecstatic unitive states that have the greatest therapeutic potential
to explore the full potentials of this unique agent
to learn the full potentials of the human nervous system
to realize the higher potentialities of our being
turning our attention away from external conformity to inner potential and self-discovery
undifferentiated and unitive experiences with a great potential for healing and integration
unlocking previously dormant spiritual potentials
visionary potentialities

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