Remember, Relive

Remember, Relive, Rediscover, Restore, Recover, Return, Reunion, Renewal, Lost, Forgotten, Regain what’s lost, etc.

All of our experiences are stored in the mind and under certain favorable circumstances,
may be completely recalled.

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

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

Childhood is not thought-ful but wonder-ful. Angels know truth and beauty directly,
intuitively, not through the mediation of ideas and therefore early childhood is angelic.

“Completely forgotten” materials may emerge as ideas and images which seem
mysterious in origin.

Consciousness-changing devices initiated many of the religious perspectives which,
taking root in history, continued after their psychedelic origins were forgotten.

Countless events from the past are registered in your brain and can be flashed into
consciousness.

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

During the psychedelic session the nervous system returns to that state of flux and unity-
chaos of infancy.

Each man is Buddha. The aim of life is to discover your Buddha-hood. You must retrace
the ancient path yourself. Discover your own Christ-hood.

Each person is at each moment capable of remembering all that has ever happened to him
and of perceiving everything that is happening everywhere in the universe.

Events from early childhood and even infancy can be re-enacted in LSD sessions with
incredible fidelity concerning even the tiniest detail.

Events from the recent and remote past can be experienced with vividness and
complexity.

Every cell is an electro-chemical-social system more complicated than the city of New
York—with 2 billion years of accurate intelligence-energy memory built into the nucleus.

Every cell of your body is an energy torch which tracks back through millions of
generation transformations.

Every human being is born divine and the purpose of life is to rediscover your forgotten
divinity.

Experiences from the past connected with a strong emotional charge are activated,
brought forth from the unconscious and relived in a complex way.

For many, a sense of discontinuity between nature and man and man’s loss of the
spontaneous, free energy of eternal delight, is the essential tragedy of modern man.

Forgotten incidents from the remote past may be released from the unconscious and
relived.

How do we keep alive this world of immense value which people have had during
childhood?

I unlearn and become, as it were, a little child again that I may enter into the Kingdom of
God.

In psychedelic sessions, all of the elements in the universe in its present form and
throughout its history can be consciously experienced by the individual.

Individuals occasionally report quite realistic recollections of their fetal existence. They
can feel like an embryo in the womb and have specific embryonal sensations.

Inhibitions and suppressions relax, allowing emotions, thoughts, fantasies, and memories
to flow more freely.

Isn’t the whole point of psychedelics to break down the walls of absurdity and reestablish
a divine intuition amongst the human species on this good earth? Well, of course it is.

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

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

It would appear that LSD is a ticket to a wondrous time machine that transports the
tripper on a whirlwind tour of mankind’s ancestral past.

It’s not that it would be good to return to our original integrity with nature, but that it’s
simply impossible to get away from it. (All one needs is to realize that.)

Jung’s psychology returns the cosmic status to the psyche and re-introduces spirituality
into psychiatry.

Learning, memory, mood, judgment, identity, consciousness can be transformed by
electrical and chemical stimuli.

Live here and now; do not be a slave of emotional memories of the past; be aware of
what is going on now.

Long-buried impulses and long-stifled hopes are finding a new freedom. (That was
written in the 1960’s. If only it was true.)

Long-buried recollections appear, whole scenes and situations project into the present
(eyes closed).

LSD can temporarily bring back the vividness of newness, the novelty of the first sensory
experience after repeated exposures.

LSD stimulates an easy recall of events long buried in a patient’s subconscious and
striking insights into his own nature and the real world around him.

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

Many people get tremendous recalls of buried material. A process which may take six
years of psychoanalysis happens in an hour—and considerably cheaper!

Memories from the first days or weeks of life can be relived with photographic accuracy
of detail.

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

Memory may exist independent of the physical body maintaining a cogent form that can
be recognized by human faculties other than the five senses.

Memory never captures the essence, the present intensity, the concrete reality of an
experience. (Alan Watts wrote that before he ever knew about LSD.)

Objects take on a pristine immediacy, looking as they may have looked to Adam on the
first day or to the drug user as a child.

Often one is struck with the familiarity of the revelation, as though he is now revisiting
an inherent buried truth, having “been there before” at some indefinite time in the past.

On the level of ultimate unity, consciousness totally awakens to its original condition,
which is also the suchness of all existence.

One’s true identity is felt as something extremely ancient, familiarly distant, with
overtones of the magical, mythological and archaic.

Our mythologies preserve the hint of a way back, to the lost unity, though the price is a
form of death.

Our subconscious memory registers, preserves and recalls every past impression and
experience.

Recall is not just merely accurate in every perceptual detail. It is also accompanied by all
the emotions which were aroused by the events when they originally happened.

Recall of repressed memories is greatly enhanced, reliving of repressed biographical
events.

Religion has become to a large extent externalized and has lost connection with its
original experiential sources.

Subjects often experience themselves as fetuses and can relive various aspects of their
biological birth with very specific and verifiable details.

The Absolute or the Ultimate would be the experience of the Suchness of all the levels
and consciousness in its original condition.

The activated psyche can be called upon to remember states which seem to be
unconscious.

The cellular level of consciousness puts man in touch with the DNA chain, which goes
back to the origins of life.

The healthy mystical core that inspired and nourished all great spiritual systems is now
being rediscovered and reformulated in modern scientific terms.

The individual feels that his memory has transcended its usual limits and that he is in
touch with information related to the life of his biological ancestors.

The individual regains his sense of being one with that Nature of which he is a part and
which is also the very ground upon which he stands.

The ingestion of psychedelic substances evokes an activation of deeply buried psychic
contents and a bringing of them to the surface of consciousness.

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.
(unconscious?)

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

The original sense of the seamless unity of nature is restored without the loss of
individual consciousness.

The person is allowed to glance back down the flow of time and perceive how the life
energy continually manifests itself in forms, transient, always changing, reforming.

The rediscovery of these experiences and the recognition of their heuristic relevance has
been one of the major incentives for the development of a new movement in psychology.

The retracing of genetic memories back through the myriad, multi-webbed fabric of
RNA-DNA memories will be the major intellectual-ecstatic task of the future.

The soul emerges into the radiance of the Divine Light and experiences spiritual rebirth,
salvation, redemption, resurrection, reunion.

The spirit will return to its mythological roots and the magic landscape from which it
sprang.

The subject can witness or identify with the birth and development of the cosmos
involving dimensions and energies of unimaginable scope.

The subject felt that he had been able to recapture a view of his wife that he had at the
time of their marriage and that he understood her better.

The two worlds, the divine and the human, are actually one. The realm of the gods is a
forgotten dimension of the world we know.

The ultimate reconciliation with the universe comes from the insight that the totality of
existence forms a unified field or network which is experientially available to each of us.

There is no ego, no enduring entity. The ego exists in an abstract sense alone, being an
abstraction from memory.

There was a sense of having shared something with him in some unremembered time, a
most profound experience.

They would return through psychedelic drugs to a lost state of innocence, a time before
time, when creation was fresh and the earth a paradise.

This ability of the individual to examine memories, unburdened by feeling of guilt or
anxiety, often leads him to believe that at last he is seeing himself as he really is.

Time and space cease to be limits. One can experience various historically and
geographically remote events as vividly as if they were happening here and now.

To become a sage, one must get rid of all the rigidities of unregenerate adulthood and
become again as a little child.

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

To remember is not just recalling a past event, but also to “re-collect” to gather together
what has been scattered or divided.

Under LSD, the most devastating of buried memories have been recovered and within a
single session relived and resolved.

Visual impressions are greatly intensified and the eye recovers some of the perceptual
innocence of childhood.

We have lost the ability to feel nature from the inside and to feel the seamless unity of
ourselves and the world.

We have lost the art of playing with our life, the joy has gone out of it. Existence has
become an affair of deadly serious.

We were never put out of the Garden of Eden. It’s still all around us. You only have to
learn to look.

Western civilization, since the Renaissance, is one of the few social orders that does not
provide for emotionally powerful rites of renewal and emergence.

When experiences are associated with a sense of personal memory from one’s spiritual
past rather than biological history, we can refer to them as past incarnation experiences.

With LSD, we had found the means with which our Western kind of civilization could be
renewed by the discovery of new mysteries.

Within the course of a lifetime, we see certain signs that seem familiar and remind us of
those times when we knew.

A child sees his first bright red ball, tastes his first piece of chocolate, smells his first
flower, touches his first piece of velvet and hears his first few notes of music in a manner
not unlike that of the individual under LSD.

Ancestral experiences are multiform and complex. Sometimes they involve actual
reliving of short episodes from the life of one’s ancestors or whole sequences that are
specific and rich in concrete detail. (eyes closed)

Any and every shape—human, divine, diabolical, heroic, evil, animal, thing—which the
human brain conjures up or the past life recalls, can present itself to consciousness:
shapes and forms and sounds whirling by endlessly.

Consciousness changes. Your nerve endings, neural cameras, cellular memory banks,
protein structures become broadcasting instruments for the timeless humming message of
God located inside your body.

I predict that dying is a merging with the entire life process. In other words, we become
every form of life that has ever lived and will live. We become the DNA code that wrote
the entire script. Consciousness returns to the genetic code. (That was Timothy Leary.)

If we can think of the brain as a computer, then by temporarily altering the chemistry of
the brain, stimulates new connections, linking up memories and information in unusual
ways. By this kind of synthesis, fresh concepts are formed…

Important emotional experiences from the past are relived with all the physiological,
sensory, emotional and ideational characteristics of the original reaction and frequently
with a detailed, realistic representation of the setting. (eyes closed)

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

Is it entirely inconceivable that our cortical cells or the machinery inside the cellular
nucleus “remember” back along the unbroken chain of electrical transformations that
connects every one of us back to that original thunderbolt (the origin of life)?

It is not unusual for people in non-ordinary states of mind to accurately portray material
that precedes their conception or to explore the world of their parents, their ancestors, and
of the human race. (eyes closed)

It is possible to cut through 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 may be that the fear of dying is in part a projected memory of birth and that what Freud
called the death instinct is also related to a desire to return to the womb. If the birth agony
is experienced as a death agony, this life is in a sense already life after death.

Limiting structures fall away, the infinite process becomes conscious of itself, the illusion
of separateness dissolves, and the original wholeness is restored, the forgotten source
remembered.

Long “forgotten” memories may become accessible and meaningful, with the subject
“going back in time” to very vividly experience the emotional as well as other contents of
important forgotten or repressed events.

LSD produces an upsurge of unconscious material into consciousness and repressed
memories are relived with remarkable clarity—with therapeutically beneficial
consequences.

Many transpersonal experiences involve events from the microcosm and macrocosm—
realms that cannot be directly reached by human senses—or from periods that historically
precede the origin of the solar system.

Past-incarnation experiences consist of fragments of scenes, individual events or entire,
rather clear and logical sequences occurring at another place and time in history. (eyes
closed)

Perhaps they reveal the “normal” state. To many people, the states of awareness that are
experienced are not “abnormal,” but rather, familiar territory that had been lost in some
primal amnesia. These states are the human heritage.

Reports of successful marital adjustments with LSD increasingly give evidence of
restored appreciation for the partner and the partnership. It seems not unreasonable,
therefore, that one day LSD may be regarded as a strong asset to marriage counselors.

Sexual union that occurs in the context of a powerful emotional bond can take the form of
a profound mystical experience. All individual boundaries seem to dissolve and the
partners feel reconnected to their divine source.

Since experiences with psychoactive plants have traditionally been described in mystical
or mythical language, Leary may have been the first person to recognize and identify
them as evolutionary visions or genetic memories.

Some part of us knows that an essential part has been lost, and culture does not provide
adequate compensation. Thus the longing for the “good old days,” for a more perfect
world.

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

Spiritual grace originates from the divine Ground of all being and it is given for the
purpose of helping man to achieve his final end, which is to return out of time and
selfhood to that Ground.

Talk about the mind, imagery, or consciousness, was definitely discouraged, since their
existence could not be “proved.” About that time a noted psychologist said of
psychology, “First it lost its soul, then it lost its mind, and now it has lost consciousness”.

The challenge of the complete human life will be for each person to recapitulate and
experientially explore every aspect and vicissitude of this ancient and majestic
wilderness.

The entirety of one’s personal history from pre-birth to the present moment can be
brought into the conscious mind and fully re-experienced. (That is also true for the
entirety of all of history and existence.)

The past is not something fixed and unutterable. Its facts are rediscovered by every
succeeding generation, its values reassessed, its meanings redefined in the context of the
present tastes and preoccupations. (We need to rediscover a lot more.)

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

The subject may observe or feel himself to be a part of evolutionary process, seemingly
aware of the whole or a part of the pattern of emerging life on this earth and its
progression towards the present point in time.

The young men of this land, as they are often called, a “lost” race—they are a race that
never yet has been discovered. And the whole secret, power and knowledge of their own
discovery is locked within them.

There exists inside the human nervous system, inside our cellular structures a tissued,
biochemical memory-bank. The person who stumbles onto this inner room sees and
knows exactly what has been seen and known by visionaries of the past.

There is no way of classifying the infinite permutations and combinations of visionary
elements. The cortex contains file-cards for billions of images from the history of the
person, of the race, and of living forms. (images seen usually with eyes closed)

Their visionary states tend to take them farther and farther back—through their own
history and the history of humanity, all the way to the creation of the world and the
original state of paradise. (Yes, you can go All The Way back during an LSD trip.)

Thou shalt evolve to a higher state of being and ultimately return to the Godhead which is
your very self, your ever-present Divine Condition prior to all conditions, names and
forms.

Time and space cease to be limits. One can experience various historically and
geographically remote events as vividly as if they were happening here and now. (eyes
closed)

Time is so slow as to be a kind of eternity and the flavor of eternity transfers itself to the
hills, burnished mountains which I seem to remember from an immeasurably distant past,
at once so unfamiliar as to be exotic and yet as familiar as my own hand.

Traditional medicine denies that the child has the capacity to record the experiences of
birth in its memory. (Do they also deny that an infant has the capacity to circulate its
blood or digest its food?)

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

We are liberated and enlightened by perceiving the hitherto unexperienced good that is
already within us, by returning to our eternal Ground and remaining where, without
knowing it, we have always been.

We are responsible for this planet. This is our playground. It’s our sun in the sky and this
is our Garden of Eden. We’ve never lost it. We’ve only forgotten the key to unlock the
door of perception.

We can literally relive early events from our lives. We can be two months old or even
younger, once again experiencing all the sensory, emotional and physical qualities as we
first knew them.

We need no longer be estranged from reality and from ourselves. The Eden story can now
come to its inevitable and happy conclusion; the flaming sword has been extinguished
and we are free at last to re-enter the garden.

We sometimes have a strangely pleasant sensation of having forgotten something
extremely important from long, long ago. Occasionally, this shadow of a memory comes
with hints of a forgotten paradise.

What is needed today is a fundamental re-experience of the oneness of all living things, a
comprehensive reality consciousness. (All living things means all things because all
things are alive, even inanimate objects.)

When the threshold of consciousness is crossed, we are flooded with the kaleidoscopic
vision of cultures, peoples, symbols, remnants of historical and pre-historical memory.
(eyes closed)

Words are not distinct packages of meaning but are tied to clouds of memories and
associations. A basic Information Age realization is that these meanings are different for
everyone.

You can relive former incidents in your life—not just imagining these incidents, but
believing that you are actually there—smelling, hearing, feeling, every little thing seems
more real than when you actually did experience it.

An important characteristic of collective and racial memories is the fact that the subject
experiences them as insights into the diversity of cultural groups within the human race,
illustrations of the history of mankind or manifestations of the cosmic drama and divine
play. (eyes closed)

Could it be that the universe is, in the final analysis, just a divine play of consciousness
where all natural laws are ultimately arbitrary, and where any one of us, at any time, can
somehow access any material that ever existed or will exist for anyone, anywhere,
unfettered by the illusions of matter, space, and time?

Evolutionary memories have specific experiential characteristics; they are distinctly
different from human experiences and often seem to transcend the scope and limits of
human fantasy and imagination. The individual can have, for example, an illuminating
insight into what it feels like when a snake is hungry, when a turtle is sexually excited.

Experiences from various periods of history and from different cultures are often
associated with a vivid sense of a personal memory of our spiritual rather than biological
history. (This refers to experiencing, remembering and reliving things from long before
the person was born, even from billions of years ago.)

From a cognitive perspective, different states of consciousness are, among other things,
radical reorganizations of information-processing systems and strategies. Different states
of consciousness also provide different “strategies” of perception, abilities, memory,
emotion, etc.

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

If any single theme dominated young people in the 1960’s, it was the search for a new
way of seeing, a new relation to the world. LSD was a means of exciting consciousness
and provoking visions, a kind of hurried magic enabling youthful seekers to recapture the
resonance of life that society denied.

It is not uncommon for subjects reporting evolutionary experiences to manifest a detailed
knowledge of the animals with whom they have identified—of their physical
characteristics, habits and behavior patterns—that far exceeds their education in the
natural sciences.

It is not unusual in psychedelic sessions to experience quite concrete and realistic
episodes identified as fetal and embryonic memories. Many subjects report vivid
sequences on the level of cellular consciousness which seem to reflect their existence in
the form of a sperm or ovum at the moment of conception. (eyes closed)

Man is going to get back in harmony with his body, with fellow man and with other
forms of life on this planet. Man is going to realize that consciousness is the key to
human life and instead of power struggles over territory and possession of weapons, the
focus of man’s energies is going to be on consciousness.

One can experience himself in a specific situation in his childhood, in the birth canal
and/or ancient Egypt. While aware of his everyday identity, he can identify experientially
with another person, another life form or a mythological being. He can also experience
himself in a different location in the world or in a mythical reality. (eyes closed)

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

People have experienced episodes occurring long before their own conceptions. Many
report being able to enter the consciousness of their parents during their mother’s or
father’s childhoods and to experience through their parents’ consciousness events from
that time.

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

The therapeutic results transcended anything I had ever witnessed. Difficult symptoms
that had resisted months and even years of conventional treatment often disappeared after
experiences such as psychological death and rebirth, feelings of cosmic unity and
sequences that clients described as past-life memories.

There are energy systems, blueprinting facilities and memory systems within your cells
and your nervous system which are hundreds of million years old, which have a language
and a politics which are much more complicated than English and modern Democrat-
Republican politics.

There are myths of the creation of the world through the cutting up of some primordial
being, of its division into heaven and earth, into the multiplicity of things or into the 2
sexes— from which follows the generation of offspring. Thus many mythologies
envisage the goal of life as the “rememberment” of the original “dismemberment.”

We are to become like unto a child again, not remain childish, to enter the Kingdom of
Heaven. (If it would be clearer, just take out the word “unto.” There is a big difference
between being a child or like a child and being childish. Being a prisoner of the ego is
childish and having clear vision and perception is like a child.)

We can use music as a remembrance of the different facets of consciousness that we want
to evoke. (Music can be associated with an experience or a state of consciousness.
Hearing that same music can trigger a remembrance of that experience or state of
consciousness. Similarly, music can be associated with a person.)

I was proud to know that my people had a medicine that was God-powerful. Listen to me,
peyote does have many amazing powers. I have seen a blind boy regain his sight from
taking it. Indians with ailments that hospital doctors couldn’t cure have become healthy
again after a peyote meeting. Once a Crow boy was to have his infected leg cut off by
reservation doctors. After a peyote ceremony, it grew well again.

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

In addition to the Freudian “individual unconscious,” there is also the “collective
unconscious,” which contains the memories and the cultural heritage of all of humanity.
According to Jung, the universal and primordial patterns in the collective unconscious, or
“archetypes,” are mythological in nature. Experiences that involve the archetypal
dimensions of the psyche convey a sense of sacredness—or numinosity,” in Jung’s terms.

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 communicating become possible. Or the subject may feel he is seeing the other in all
her richness and complexity for the first time.

Our difficulty is not that we have developed conscious attention but that we have lost the
wider style of feeling which should be its background, the feeling which would let us
know what nature is from the inside. Perhaps some intimation of this lost feeling
underlies our perennial nostalgia for the “natural life” and the myth of a golden age from
which we have fallen.

The opportunity to vividly experience specific memories from different periods of one’s
life makes it possible to see their interrelationships 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.

There is no form of energy on this planet that isn’t recorded somewhere in your body.
Built within every cell are molecular strands of memory and awareness called the DNA
code, the genetic blueprint that has designed and executed the construction of your body.
This is an ancient strand of molecules that possesses memories of every previous
organism that has contributed to your present existence.

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

Western cultures have bred a type of human being who feels strongly alienated. He has
lost his connection with the surrounding universe. He does not know that the “ultimate
inside” of himself is the same as the “ultimate inside” of the cosmos or that, in other
words, his sensation of being “I” is a glimmering intimation of what the universe itself
feels like on the inside.

Within our own consciousness, there is a memory, waiting to be recalled, of every
movement, feeling and desire in our lives. This implies that everything survives in a way
more complete than just intellectually. The psychedelic experience heightens this recall,
and if handled properly, could pass through beneficial channels leading to psychotherapy
and rehabilitation.

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 life possible in this universe.

A great amount of repressed material floods the conscious mind.
As adults, we have forgotten most of our childhood, not only its contents but its flavor.
Childlikeness is the ideal of the sage and the artist.
Each human being is born divine. The social system robs him of his divinity.
Events from the remote and obscure past may come clearly to mind.
How can we find our way back to ourselves again.
I have always been regretting that I was not as wise as the day I was born.
If discipline altogether controls spontaneity, grace is entirely lost.
It restores a whole dimension of value to life.
It’s like seeing things for the first time. It’s like a renaissance, a rebirth of the mind.
LSD subjects can relive elements of their biological birth in all its complexity.
Memories race by the mind’s eye with the clarity of film. (eyes closed)
Myth is the report from the cellular memory bank.
Nature will always be the enemy to the man who has lost God.
Personal memories from the deep recesses of the subject’s mind will come into focus.
Return to nature is an important aspect of the psychedelic experience.
Ritual is the province of renewal and emergence—emotionally powerful.
The adult recovers what he had as a child.
The chain of DNA remembrance, it’s all there in your cellular diaries.
The experiences are relived exactly the way they happened before.
The journey is a return to paradise lost.
The memory of mystical consciousness itself is regarded as deeply meaningful.
The mind returns to perfect consciousness.
The patient remains intellectually alert and remembers the experience vividly.
The recollection of the intoxication is particularly clear (after the trip is over).
The sacred truths are always there…waiting for us to remember them…and reapply them.
The Self finds itself in its original unity and bliss.
The sexual orgasm has lost much of its mystical meaning in the West.
The unconscious content is experienced consciously in its original form and full intensity.
There is a lost reality, a reality lost long ago.
To Him we shall return.
The trip becomes introspective, past experiences “lived through” with emotion.
This paradise gets lost as the child grows up.
This return to the source is a matter of immediate experience.
Ultimately it is possible to regain the ground that has been lost.
Under LSD, childhood memories emerge which are relived with intense emotion.
We have lost touch with our original identity.
We have scrubbed the world clean of magic. We have lost even the vision of paradise.
We have to rediscover God from within.
We lost our vision of the universe in the overwhelming complexity of its details.
We’re Adam and Eve in the Garden of Paradise…and we’ve forgotten it.
What dies is not consciousness but memory.
When I’m high, I can penetrate into the past, recall memories.
When the body is removed, the barrier to the Past goes also.
When the game has run its course, the Self awakens to its original identity.
When we discovered euphoria—rediscovered euphoria—I thought it was here to stay.
You can recapitulate personally the entire evolutionary sequence.
You don’t die because you were never born. You had just forgotten who you are.
Your childhood began to unreel before your inner eye. (eyes closed)

All of us look at each other knowingly, the feeling that we knew each other in that most
distant past, the realization that we are and always have been one.

He’s seeing this fresh new world with the eyes of a child. Everything looks new and
fresh, unblinkered by convention, his vision not yet limited and distorted by conditioning.

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

He returns to the state of infancy. (That’s maturity, not regression.)

I become as a little child again, that I may enter into the Kingdom of God.

I shall wake up and recollect the infinite joy.

Returning to my miraculous home, this familiar home is where I began so long ago.

Experiences from even our earliest childhood were vividly recalled. This does not
involve an ordinary recollection, but rather a true reliving.

He was not remembering back reflectively, but instead he was directly perceiving the
experience and the meaning of the experience.

I felt a certain reunion with thoughts and sensations that were pure, as if they were being
experienced for the first time, childlike.

I felt as though I was remembering something I had known before I was born, but had
forgotten by identifying with the physical and mental world as total reality.

I knew that the Golden Age was all about me and it was we who had been blind to it, but
that it had never passed away from the world.

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

I was getting insights as to why the child’s psyche is so fascinated and captivated by
various mythic stories and their characters.

It seemed more real than ordinary consciousness and all of it seemed “revisited,”
something one had known once.

It was not that I had attained anything; it was as if I had just remembered something that I
always had.

The alcoholic had experienced vivid scenes from his past life and these had markedly
helped him in seeing the problems that led him to his catastrophic drinking.

The buildings and streets had a warmth and charm hitherto reserved for memories of
bygone days.

The knowledge that was suddenly revealed to me under LSD seemed to be remembered
rather than learned.

The LSD experience made available again the “lost” and forgotten visual modalities one
has as a child.

A sensation of well-being and renewed life flowed through me. The world was as if
newly created. All my senses vibrated in a condition of highest sensitivity, which
persisted for the entire day.

I could feel each muscle in my shoulders and legs swelling, pulsing with power, feel the
hair growing on my limbs, the unspeakable delight of movement, fiber excitement, fierce
ecstatic mammalian memories, delightful tissue recollections.

I felt totally new, as though I’d just been born. Having had so much ego burned away had
cleared and refreshed my spirit. It was a grace that profoundly changed my life by giving
me a reason to override my scientific skepticism and accept the reality of the spirit.

My own personal drama was no more significant than light playing on a movie screen.
Even feelings of joy, ecstasy, and liberation in letting go of attachments were less
important than the insight and sense of knowing, or remembering, inexpressible truth.

Subjects had not only past-incarnation experiences but also complex and detailed insights
into this area that were strikingly similar to those described in various religious and
occult scriptures.

The ancient days were restored before my eyes and to my ears, and I exulted in the
perception with such conviction of reality that I ascribed it to no power of my own, but
knew it as an exterior and universal fact.

The city was transformed into the wonderful world I had experienced when hearing
fables as a child. The rich colors and textures were more real than real, were pure
enchantment. Walls of buildings had an added dimension to their surfaces.

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

The thought occurred to me that since every minute of our lives was ruled by our
feelings, it was tragic we had so little contact with this part of ourselves where forgotten
feelings lay hidden.

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

All day, in wave after wave and from all directions of the mind’s compass, there has
repeatedly come upon me the sense of my original identity as one with the very fountain
of the universe. I have seen, too, that the fountain is its own source and motive and that
its spirit is an unbounded playfulness which is the many-dimensioned dance of life.

I cannot recall whether the revelation came suddenly or gradually; I only remember
finding myself in the very midst of those wonderful moments, beholding life for the first
time in all its young intoxication of loveliness, in its unspeakable joy, beauty and
importance.

It was as if all the warm, sunny wonderful days of my childhood had been rolled into one
and this was the day. I felt like a child looking out of the window at the beautiful,
beautiful world. Never in my life had I seen anything that looked as beautiful as this
particular day.

“This is the way I was born” Jane said once, giggling. “This is the way we were all born,
the way the puppies and kittens are born, absolutely at home in this world and delighted
with it. I haven’t felt like this since I was about 3 years old. God, how our society
destroys us…”

It was all perfectly new again, mysterious and of great promise. Everything that had once
been could be revived and much that was new besides. It seemed ages since the day and
the world had looked so beautiful, innocent and undismayed. The joy of freedom and
independence flowed through his veins like a strong potion and he recalled how long it
was since he had felt this precious sensation.

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

The night was all joyous discoveries, many of which brought me almost to the point of
tears, to laughter and astonished wows regularly. Whole new horizons. I felt humbled and
honored to be in a room with and listening to such enlighted powers. I felt in flash after
flash that I’d never been so high before, never so aware and never—at least not since a
long, long half-remembered time ago—so hopeful and happy.

To my utter astonishment, I relived my own conception and various stages of my
embryological development. While I was experiencing all the complexities of the
embryogenesis, with details that surpassed the best medical handbooks, I was flashing
back to an even more remote past, visualizing some phylogenetic vestiges from the life of
my animal ancestors.

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

He re-experienced his own embryological development, from the fusion of the sperm and
egg through millions of cell divisions and processes of differentiation to a whole
individual. This was accompanied by an enormous release of energy and radiant light.
The sequences of embryonal development were intermingled with phylogenetic
flashbacks showing the transformation of animal species during the historical evolution
of life. (eyes closed)

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

Thoughts spun around in my head and everything—objects, sound, events—took on a
special meaning for me. I felt like I was putting the pieces of a puzzle together.
Childhood feelings began to come back, as symbols and bits from past conversations
went through my head. The word religious and other words from other past conversations
came back to me and seemed to take on a new significance. I increasingly began to feel
that I was experiencing something like mystical revelations.

A feeling of great antiquity filled the room.
I felt whole and full of wonder in nature as I remember feeling as a child.
I had uncovered forgotten emotions and experiences of unbelievable reality.
I hadn’t felt so at home in the world since I was a little child.
I rediscovered love.
I slept as I have not slept since childhood.
I wanted to get back to the world where heaven was real.
I was back at the beginning of creation. I experienced what the myths of creation tell us.
I was literally experiencing the world as a child would and I loved it.
I’d rediscovered the sort of Nutcracker Suite universe of the four year old.
In their enthusiasm, they returned from the Other World with a childlike energy.
It opened up a gate that has been closed for a long time.
It snowed a pristine blanket of renewal.
It was as though an ancient truth had been revealed to me.
Peace filled my world, a peace which had seemed to evade me since childhood.
She relived with intense emotion past events.
The infinite glories of the past beam on me again.
The patient responded with hearing restored after LSD.
The world looked to me like it must to a little child, all big and beautiful.
Under LSD, I relived the strongest, most intense emotional experiences conceivable.

a convincing sense of personally remembering and reliving something that one had
experienced previously

a fractured and disorganized view of the world, with a mentality so fascinated by speech
and thought that it has lost the power to feel the interval, the reality between terms

a renewed sense of personal worth coupled with a relaxation of habitual mechanisms of
ego defense

a sense of social unity which civilized man has long since lost (Just how civilized is man
without a sense of social unity?)

a stream of symbolic visions that bear an uncanny relationship not only with his own past
but to his ancestral history as well (eyes closed)

an increased attentiveness to immediate experience in contrast to memories of the past or
plans for the future

an upsurge of unconscious material into consciousness and that repressed memories are
relived with remarkable clarity

animal and plant consciousness, past-incarnation experience, ancestral and racial
memories

aware of this other dimension of existence, an existence that we have long since relegated
to oblivion

back into the roots of total being in which I could truly believe that there was no longer
and “I” or “me” but that I was somehow the All

can relive a forgotten or repressed experience with all its original emotional intensity,
emotion which has remained bottled up inside him without his knowledge

experiences of sequences taking place in other historical periods and other countries (eyes
closed)

feeling of reliving memories from the lives of his or her ancestors, drawing on the racial
and collective unconscious

knowledge of ourselves brought back from the subterranean regions of our psyche—our
phylogenetic awareness

LSD, its eerie power to release ancient, wise, at times even holy sources of energy, inside
the human brain

LSD startlingly effective in releasing blocked emotions, recovering repressed childhood
memories, revealing defense mechanisms and developing emotional insights

mapping uncharted zones of the human psyche to resurrect a lost art or a lost knowledge
or a lost consciousness

mediates understanding as to where and why religions went astray and lost contact with
true spirituality

new chemical instruments for accelerated consciousness, enhancing memory and
speeding up learning

out of her head with sensations of pleasure that she literally had not experienced since
childhood

overcoming the dualistic world view a prerequisite and basis for the recovery and
spiritual renewal of occidental civilization and culture

rebinding or re-tieing ourselves to the divine source of our being—the source we have
lost awareness of

reliving of emotionally important events in the individuals’ lives, from early childhood,
later life or even the recent past

restoring man to a dynamic communion with his own sundered psyche, with his old sense
of community and with the whole of life and the universe

spiritual illumination described as “second birth”, as a return to the original Paradise or
Eden

that childlike wisdom which must be learned again before one may enter the kingdom of
heaven

that highly emotionally charged memories can be imprinted in the genetic code and
transmitted through centuries to future generations

that peculiar naturalness and un-self-consciousness for which little children are loved and
which is sometimes regained by saints and sages

that the Self breathes out scattering all galaxies into the sky and breathes in, withdrawing
all things to their original unity

the capacity to experience the physical world with some of the freshness and excitement
of childhood

the divine source of our being—the source we have lost awareness of, what religion is all
about

the dramatic self-deception whereby the One plays at being the Many and the Godhead
lets itself be forgotten in pretending to be each individual being

the eternal moment of the golden age, this original ground of being a lost and promised
paradise (LSD can get you back there.)

the growth of an unfolding process of renewal that may be awakened by the mystical
experience

the strong feelings and bodily sensations which are aroused, often for the first time in
many years or since the individual was very young

the tendency of long forgotten or suppressed contents of experience to appear again in
consciousness

to bring into the present what is already in the memory and retrieve “forgotten”
information

to experience the infinite joy of rediscovering the original and blissful state of Universal
Consciousness

to regain the former lost paradise of close contact with nature and the world of living
things, including himself

to restore the delights of the primal Paradise, to enable men, if they will, to inhabit a
world of joy and splendor

transcendence of linear time, exploration of the biological, cultural and spiritual past
(eyes closed)

undergone a series of evolutionary metamorphoses carrying them from protoplasm up to
man and experiencing all the stages on life’s way

vivid and colorful memories of experiences from the period of infancy and early
childhood

vivid and complex sequences from other cultures and other historical periods that have all
the qualities of memories, a reliving of episodes from previous lifetimes (eyes closed)

vivid reenactments of traumatic or unusually pleasant memories from infancy, childhood
or later periods of life

will restore awareness of this ignored aspect of life, for consciousness is thereby led back
to its organic roots

a body so keenly aware that its whole surface and every sense is an erogenous zone,
restoring too, the sensation of oneness with the external world which we have forgotten
in learning to adopt our social role

a memory of things, things related to things in some blessedly familiar way that could not
yet be clearly apprehended (When it does become clear, that is awakening,
enlightenment, liberation, etc.)

a visionary torrent of cultures and contexts, myths and symbols, remnants of what may
seem to be racial or transpersonal memory—that near infinity of components that appears
to constitute our being (eyes closed)

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

man’s fall from original innocence and integrity, his remoteness on this earth from Divine
vision (We were all born innocent and Divine. Conditioning and ego have robbed us of
our lives. LSD can get us our lives back. Is anything more important?)

the fundamental importance of a mystical experience for the recovery of people in
Western industrial societies who are sickened by a one-sided, rational, materialistic world
view

the rich and accurate historical information that we can assemble from some ancestral
experiences, providing us with valuable insights concerning periods that might otherwise
be lost to history (eyes closed)

through into another dimension…billions-of-protein-file-cards, flicking through,
confronting me with endless library of events, forms, visual perceptions, memories, not
abstract, but pulsing…now…experiential…a billion years of coded experience, classified,
preserved in brilliant, living clarity that makes ordinary reality seem like an out-of-focus,
tattered, jerky, fluttering of peep-show cards, tawdy and worn (eyes closed)

a deeper insight of ourselves given by a new knowledge of the past
a link with a world long lost
a lost realm
a “myself” which I seem to be remembering from long, long ago
a new feeling of compassion and tenderness for others and a restored sensitivity
a new way to read the forgotten languages of the mind, a highway to the unconscious
a raving nostalgia for the Kingdom, the Glory, Paradise Lost
a reality we once knew and forgot
a realization of one’s original identity with God
a restoration of my own nature through contact with Nature
a return to the lost feeling
a revelatory and potentially restorative mental journey
a sense of continuity with a glorious past
a vast journey of growing self-awareness and a return to our true identity
alert passivity better for some kinds of remembering than analytical thinking
ancestral and racial memories
ancestral memories, evolutionary memories
ancient cellular counsel
ancient evolution trail
archetypal images of Paradise or the golden age (eyes closed)
archetypal memories from the vast mass unconscious aroused and activated
back to the Origin, back to the Source
brings us through the walls of maya to that eternally new world again
can reveal lost wisdom
clear recollection of that which one always is
dancing the cosmic dance in that time before time
deeply buried memories uncovered
DNA memory back to the dawn of life
dramatic insights into his ancestral past
ecstatic renewal
ego the mask which conceals the splendor of our Original Face
experience of awakening to our “original inseparability” with the universe
experiences of the quality and intensity typical of early childhood
exploration of one’s biological and spiritual past
exploration of one’s biological, cultural or spiritual past
feeling a powerful sense of the whole evolutionary process
feelings of physical and spiritual rebirth, rejuvination and emotional renewal
felt as a powerful mystical opening and reconnection with the divine
filled with a renewed sense of wonder and joy and adventure
free at last to re-enter the Garden
full reliving of events from childhood and birth as compared to just remembering
genetic wisdom
had dived inward and was reliving phases of childhood
have entirely transcended the ego and reidentified with the divine
her lost heavenly fire which comes to life again
hints of a forgotten paradise
historical and anthropological insights
how man can get back into harmonious interaction with nature
landscapes lovely as a lost Eden
leaves yellow-fresh green that I remember from the springtimes of my childhood
new chemicals that exhilarate learning, expand consciousness and enhance memory
opening up doors to past events hitherto buried in oblivion
our original and eternal identity
our true or original nature, our “Buddha nature”
phylogenetic (evolutionary) memories
reawakened us to the innate joy and playfulness that is also part of life
reborn, renewed, radiant with affection and reverence
recall remote events exceedingly accurate in the minutest detail
recapturing a view of his wife that he had at the time of their marriage
recollectedness, reminder of truth forgotten in the turmoil of worldly distractions
recover the lost or hidden dimensions of our nature
regain the lost brainblood of childhood
reliving of various emotionally relevant episodes from infancy, childhood or later life
remember your original identity as the source and ground of the universe
renewed life and color
renewing themselves mysteriously, finding within themselves a new source
restore the mind’s original purity
restores the original state of unitary consciousness
restoring my vision of the infinite
return again to the state of infancy, to spontaneity
return to Paradise
return to the undifferentiated unity of the Godhead
returning to that primal innocence
returning to the source of all creation
reunion with the divine Ground
reunited with the Ground of my Being
rich connections with archetypal symbols from ancient history (eyes closed)
sees-feels the primordial evolutionary beginnings
spiritual birth—a powerful mystical opening and reconnection with the divine
spiritual renewal
striving for a utopia to replace the lost Eden
that dream-like vividness and splendor which invest objects of sight in childhood
that state of spontaneous innocent curiosity that children are so famous for
that this vision is a brief recapturing of the way in which we saw things in our infancy
that this vision is a restoration of something we once had and lost
the blissful egoless states a child experiences during the early period of its life
the collective unconscious and the wisdom of untold ages that lies dormant in it
the corrective lens which returns vision to sharp, clear focus
the discovery or rediscovery of God
the enhancement of insightful recall
the eternal return
the evolutionary archives
the forgotten beauty
the forgotten realm of awareness
the forgetting of man’s divine nature
the genetic archives, the collective unconscious
the lost awareness
the lost message
the myth of a golden age from which we have fallen
the neurological memory bank
the paradise rediscovered
the recovery of childhood
the rediscovery of the “inner” world
the remembrance of a mythology
the restoration of perfect peace
the return to primal unity
the return to the essence of their being (or your being)
the sense of oneness with nature regained
the state of “paradise regained”
the super-computer qualities of the mind, including an ageless universal memory core
the theme of return to a blissful original state in myth
the therapeutic potential of the reliving of emotionally relevant episodes from childhood
the 2 billion year old historical archive, your brain
these rediscovered ancient sacraments
this loss of our child-like simplicity, innocence, and wonder in the course of enculturation
this profound sense of somehow living the continuation of a glorious past in the present
this visionary world, fresh with a childlike wonder and joy
to be able to remember with extreme clarity
to cleanse the memory
to contact the reality we have all long lost contact with
to experience a condensed replay of their entire lives
to go home to God
to lead us out of the maze in which all of us are lost from our infancy
to participate in a recapturing of the evolutionary sequences of life (eyes closed)
to recover a spiritual dimension
to recover the wholeness of being human through the relationship between them
to rediscover the universe as distinct from a mere multiverse
to regain a truth which the world is losing
to regain the lost light of that which makes them truly human
to regain what they lost in socialization
to relive various aspects of one’s biological birth with quite specific and verifiable details
to restore and develop the original spontaneity or “self-so-ness”
to restore the soul to the divinity it lost at birth
to restore true vision
to return again into one’s true identity, that is, to fusion with the absolute
to return to spiritual nature
to return to that Garden of which we have lost even the memory
to return to the eternity of the Ground
to return to the original state of unity
to revive a sense of the sacred in modern life
to see the ultimate again with an innocent eye
total visual recall of scenes from the distant past (eyes closed)
traveled into the Golden Age
truths which were once well known, but have been forgotten
ultimate reunion with the eternal Ground
visions of past and future evolution (eyes closed)
vivid, complex reliving of emotionally relevant memories
vivid memories
vividly experienced memories of his childhood
what is “recovered” in mystical wisdom by deep insight
when we were little and danced and played

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