Transcendental

Transcendental

A reality is experienced that exposes a gleam of the transcendental reality in which
universe and self are one.

A transcendent experience can be soul-shaking—can be painful to return at once to game
reality.

All boundaries in the universe are ultimately illusory, arbitrary and can therefore be
transcended.

All forms are radically transcended and merge into the boundless radiance of Formless
Consciousness.

An individual who has experienced transcendental states has a strong feeling of cosmic
identity.

An interesting dialog occurs between pure transcendence and the awareness that this
ecstatic vision is happening to oneself.

As well as being filled with resplendent divine light, the transcendental domains are often
described as existing beyond the ordinary senses.

Contemplation is that condition of alert passivity, the immanent and transcendent
Godhead, the state of union with the divine ground of all being.

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

Eternity should not be confused with an infinitely long period of historical time. It is a
state where linear time is experientially transcended and ceases to exist.

Humans can function as infinite fields of consciousness, transcending the limitations of
time, space and linear causality.

In the intensity of this vision, intellectual comparisons are transcended. (Intellectual
comparisons are based on words and LSD is way beyond words.)

In their ceaseless search for self-transcendence, millions of would-be mystics become
addicts (or drunks).

In this state the categories of space and time are transcended and subjects can perceive
themselves as existing outside of the usual space-time continuum.

It is a cosmic consciousness into which we enter as our normal consciousness expands,
and we become aware of the transcendent dimension of humanity beyond space and time.

LSD can truly accomplish the transcendence repeatedly and unsuccessfully sought in
drunkenness.

Mystical transcendence of time and space involves an experience described as eternity or
infinity.

One can conceive of this great total pattern as having a transcendent uniqueness over and
above the nature of its parts, that some might call its divinity.

One conception of psychedelic therapy for alcoholics is that LSD can truly accomplish
the transcendence that is repeatedly and unsuccessfully sought in drunkenness.

One of the main goals of all religions is the realization of God and the transcendental
experience.

The death-rebirth experience can seem to have transcended all boundaries and become a
drama involving all of mankind.

The discovery of mind-expanding, mind-blowing, mind-bending and mind-transcending
properties of drugs seems to go back to the New Stone Age, if not earlier.

The Eastern mind has no difficulty in conceiving of a consciousness without an ego.
Consciousness is deemed capable of transcending its ego condition.

The existence of the immanent and transcendent divine is not a matter of unfounded
belief but a fact based on direct experience.

The experience of cosmic unity is characterized by transcendence of the usual subject-
object dichotomy.

The experience of paradise combines feelings of transcendental happiness and joy with
delight in exquisite natural beauty of an earthly quality.

The experience of the Absolute, the Ultimate Reality, transcends all categories and eludes
description.

The intensity of these experiences transcends anything usually considered to be the
experiential limit of the individual.

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

The question is not one of understanding transcendence; it’s of transcending, it’s
experiencing transcendence.

The significance of the LSD observations transcends the framework of psychiatry and
psychology and extends to many other scientific disciplines.

The transcendence of culturally imposed imprints and of social conditioning always has
been a goal for creative persons.

There is in all of us a desire, sometimes latent, sometimes conscious and passionately
expressed, to escape from the prison of our individuality, an urge to self-transcendence.

To experience directly, we must transcend the verbal-symbol imprint, experience energy-
flow directly, receive energy messages directly.

Transcendence is no longer a metaphysical concept. It has become reality. (It has always
been a reality.)

Transcending the ego leads to great individuality, the person no longer believing that the
rules of the game are the laws of nature.

Transpersonal experiences that involve transcendence of spacial barriers suggest that
boundaries between the individual and the rest of the universe are not fixed and absolute.

We are not just biological machines and highly developed animals, but also fields of
consciousness without limits, transcending space and time.

When the voyager is clearly in a profound ego-transcendent ecstasy, the wise guide will
remain silent.

After the experience of ego death, abuse of alcohol or narcotics, as well as suicidal
tendencies, are seen as tragic mistakes due to an unrecognized and misunderstood
spiritual craving for transcendence.

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

Human beings have a profound need for transpersonal experiences and for states in which
they transcend their individual identities to feel their place in a larger whole that is
timeless.

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

In experiences that have transpersonal dimensions, the individual has the sense of having
transcended his or her own identity and ego boundaries as they are defined in the
ordinary state of consciousness.

Individuals who transcend the boundaries of ordinary reality and embark on the spiritual
journey, typically experience a dramatic change in their concepts of the dimensions of
existence.

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

Observations indicating an urgent need to transcend the limitations of mechanistic
science come not only from modern consciousness research and new experiential
techniques of psychotherapy, but also from quantum-relativistic physics.

One transcends the dichotomy set up in one’s mind between “inner” and “outer” worlds
of experience and sees reality only from the standpoint of the mystical vision and many
experience life beyond all dualities.

One transcends the ordinary distinction between subject and object and experiences a
state of ecstatic union with humanity, nature, the cosmos, and God. This is associated
with strong feelings of joy, bliss, serenity, and peace.

Peyote produces self-transcendence in two ways—it introduces the taker into the Other
World of visionary experience and it gives them a sense of solidarity with his fellow
worshippers, with human beings at large and with the divine nature of things.

Raptures about “transcendental experiences” often focus on the visual splendors and lofty
insights into the meaning of existence and the universe and the increase in aesthetic
sensitivity.

Shop-worn theological and devotional cliches are not only not the same as experience of
life in its immanent and transcendent fullness; they are actually obstacles in the way of
such experience.

Some theologians tended to view LSD and other psychedelic substances as sacred and the
sessions as sacraments because they could bring the individual in touch with
transcendental realities.

Studies have indicated that when the experience is interpreted transcendentally or
religiously, chances are improved for the rehabilitation of hopeless alcoholics and
hardened criminals.

The common denominator of this rich and ramified group of transpersonal phenomena is
a feeling that consciousness has expanded beyond the usual ego boundaries and has
transcended the limitations of time and space.

The enlightened individual goes beyond grammar. He has what may be called a
“grammar-transcending experience” which permits him to live in the consciousness of
the divine continuum of the world and see the one continually manifest in the many.

The experience of the collective and racial unconscious frequently mediate a great
amount of accurate information that far transcends the educational background and
training of the individual involved.

The experience transcends our ordinary concepts of causality. The idea of something
happening without a tangible precedent, sufficient cause, or initiating impulse simply is
not questioned on this level of experience.

The highest point of the experience is a moment of transcendence in which the user
passes out of the everyday world into a paradisiacal egoless state in which he believes he
has attained some ultimate revelation about the nature of mind and the universe.

The illusion of matter, space and time have been completely transcended and finally
reduced to this one mode of consciousness which is their common source and
determinator.

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 insane man who has lost his mind is a parody of the sage who has transcended his
ego. (A society hung-up on ego sees the sage as insane because they have no idea where
the sage is at.)

The linearity of temporal experiences is transcended in unusual states of consciousness.
Scenes from different historical contexts can occur simultaneously and appear to be
meaningfully connected by their experiential characteristics. (eyes closed)

The main objective of psychedelic therapy is to create optical conditions for the subject to
experience the ego death and the subsequent transcendence into the so-called psychedelic
peak experience.

The new emphasis was on recognition of spirituality and transcendental needs as intrinsic
aspects of human nature and on the right of every individual to choose or change his or
her “path.”

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

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

The psychedelic mystical experience can lead to a profound sense of inspiration,
reverential awe and humility, perhaps correlated with the feeling that the experience is
essentially a gift from a transcendent source.

The society always owes a great debt to the people who defy authority and force change,
and I see Leary in the tradition of Thoreau and Whitman, and the entire American
transcendental impulse.

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

An individual who has a transcendental experience develops an entirely new image of his
or her identity and cosmic status. The materialistic image of the universe in which the
individual is a meaningless speck of dust in the vastness of the cosmos is instantly
replaced by the mystical alternative.

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

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.

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

I see consciousness and the human psyche as expressions and reflections of a cosmic
intelligence that permeates the entire universe and all of existence. We are not just highly
evolved animals with biological computers embedded inside our skulls; we are also fields
of consciousness without limits, transcending time, space, matter, and linear causality.

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.

LSD subjects sophisticated in mathematics and physics have occasionally reported that
many of the concepts of those disciplines that transcend rational consciousness can
become more easily comprehensible and be actually experienced in altered states of
consciousness.

Many leading humanistic psychologists exhibited a growing interest in a variety of
previously neglected areas and topics of psychology, such as mystical experiences,
transcendence, ecstasy, cosmic consciousness, theory and practice of meditation, or
interindividual and interspecies synergy.

Metanoia is that profound state of consciousness which mystical experience aims at—the
state in which we transcend or dissolve all the barriers of ego and selfishness that
separate us from God. It is the state of direct knowing, immediate perception of our total
unity with God.

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

Only when the ordinary perception of the material world is transcended can
consciousness connect with the heavenly regions. For those who have had the privilege
of such experience, the existence of Heaven, God and celestial beings ceases to be a
matter of belief and becomes self-evident reality.

Organized religion had little offer. Faith in an invisible divinity was not enough. What
LSD promised was the direct, unmediated experience of self-transcendence—the
mystical enlightenment where we KNOW what the philosophers and the prophets talk
about.

Religion, I will be thinking of as the inner experience of the individual when he senses
Ultimate Reality, whether as God, a Beyond, transcendent cosmic process, a wholly
different and profound dimension of life, nirvana or however one chooses to name and
interpret this ultimate reality.

Some individuals become depressed after having visited the transcendent domains
because their daily life looks bleak and uninteresting in comparison to the radiance and
liberation they have tasted. (Yes, if one has been up to heaven, it’s hard to accept having
to come back down to hell.)

The craving for and contact with transcendental realities can be more powerful than the
sexual urge. Throughout human history, countless individuals have been willing to take
enormous risks of various kinds and to sacrifice years or decades of their lives to spiritual
pursuits.

The formless, dimensionless and intangible cosmic consciousness can best be described
as Infinite Existence, Infinite Awareness and Knowledge, and Infinite Bliss. However,
any words refer primarily to phenomena and processes of the natural reality and are,
therefore, only pitiful attempts to convey the essence of this transcendental principle.

The modern term for the direct experience of spiritual realities is transpersonal, meaning
transcending the usual way of perceiving and interpreting the world from the position of a
separate individual or body-ego. There exists an entirely new discipline, transpersonal
psychology, that specializes in experiences of this kind and their implications.

The new data support quite unambiguously the view that has been held by the mystical
traditions of all ages: under certain circumstances, human beings can also function as vast
fields of consciousness, transcending the limitations of the physical body, of Newtonian
time and space and of linear causality.

The therapeutic results transcended anything I had ever witnessed. Different symptoms
that had resisted months or 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 exists in all human beings an urge to self-transcendence, a wish to escape from the
prison of personality, a longing to become something other and greater than the all-too-
familiar Me. The religious man has attributed this universal urge to the workings of an
innate and deep-seated yearning for the divine.

Transpersonal experiences which involve transcendence of spacial barriers suggest that
the boundaries between the individual and the rest of the universe are not fixed and
absolute. Under special circumstances, it is possible to identify experientially with
anything in the universe, including the entire cosmos itself.

To men and women who have had direct experience of self-transcendence into the mind’s
Other World of vision and union with the nature of things, a religion of mere symbols is
not likely to be very satisfying. The perusal of a page from even the most beautifully
written cookbook is no substitute for the eating of dinner.

How odd it is that writers may sing the praises of alcohol, which is responsible for about
2/3 of the car accidents and ¾ of the crimes of violence, and be regarded as good
Christians and noble fellows, whereas anyone who ventures to suggest that there may be
other and less harmful short cuts to self-transcendence is treated as a dangerous drug
fiend and wicked pervertor of weak-minded humanity. (That was Aldous Huxley.)

In the Western world, visionaries and mystics are a good deal less common than they
used to be. In the currently fashionable picture of the universe, there is no place for valid
transcendental experience. Consequently, those who have had what they regard as valid
transcendental experiences are looked upon with suspicion, as being either lunatics or
swindlers.

Modern consciousness research has confirmed the basic thesis of perennial philosophy
that the consensus reality reveals only one aspect or fragment of existence. There are
important realms of reality that are transcendental and transphenomenal. The impulse in
human beings to connect with the spiritual domain is an extremely powerful and
important force. It resembles, in its nature, sexuality.

Perceptions of encompassing light, infinite energy, ineffable visions, and
incommunicable knowledge are remarkable in their seeming distinction from perceptions
of the phenomena of the “natural world.” According to mystics, these experiences are
different because they pertain to a higher transcendent reality. What is perceived is said
to come from another world, or at least another dimension.

Profound transcendental experiences, such as consciousness of the Universal Mind or of
the Void, in addition to having a very beneficial effect on the subject’s physical and
emotional well-being, are usually central in creating in him a keen interest in religion,
mystical and philosophical issues, and a strong need to incorporate the spiritual
dimension into his way of life.

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

The formless, dimensionless and intangible principle that an individual can perceive as
the Universal Mind is characterized by infinite existence, infinite awareness and
knowledge and infinite bliss. Any descriptions and definitions, however, necessarily use
words that we associate with the phenomena of the three-dimensional world; they are
therefore incapable of conveying the essence of this ultimate transcendental principle.

The new data are of such far-reaching relevance that they could revolutionize our
understanding of the human psyche. Some of the observations transcend in their
significance the framework of psychology and psychiatry and represent a serious
challenge to the current Newtonian-Cartesian paradigm of Western science. They could
change drastically our image of human nature, of culture and history, and of reality.

There exists ample evidence that the transcendental impulse is the most vital and
powerful force in human beings. Systematic denial and expression of spirituality that is
so characteristic for modern Western societies can be a critical factor contributing to the
alienation, existential anxiety, individual and social psychopathology, criminality,
violence and self-destructive tendencies of contemporary humanity.

This transcendence of space and time is a key concept in all mystical experience. In our
present mode of mental consciousness, we experience the world in terms of space and
time; we experience everything separated in space and going from point to point in time.
It is well known that modern physics calls the whole space-time system in question, and
the transcendence of the space-time dimension is central in mystical experience.

What is needed is the clear voice of people who have no stake in disguising the truth. The
young must be taught to distinguish between psychedelics, which hold out the promise of
religious experience and of self-transcendence, and destructive drugs like cocaine,
amphetamines, heroin, crack. They must be taught to respect the psychedelics and to be
ready spiritually and psychologically before they attempt to take them.

Events in the sessions are part of a broad pattern, the scope of which transcends the
energy field of the individual. (Then again, the individual’s energy field is the entire
universe. We all have or share the same unlimited energy field. It transcends the energy
field of the ego which is finite and not to be confused with the individual or the
individual’s energy field which is infinite. Words can be tricky. The individual is not the
ego.)

Leary the scientist, Alpert the intellectual and later the mystic, Metzner the scholar: what
held these three together was their shared faith in the power of the transcendent
experience to remove the blinders that keep us at odds with each other. A world where all
humans have access to the mystical experience would be a world transformed, they
believed. Everyone would then directly see what Jesus, Buddha, Moses and Mohammed
preached.

A profound transcendental experience should leave a changed man and a changed life.
Huxley saw the urge for self-transcendence as “a principle appetite of the soul”.
It is possible to become ourselves in the fullest ego-transcending form, even in this life.
LSD grants an 8-12 hour period of both clarity and “transcendence”.
Man creates in transcending himself, in revealing himself.
Millbrook is really a transcendent therapeutic community.
Psychedelic drugs allow transcendence of inhibitory societal conditioning.
The drugs induce valuable states of self-transcendence and mystical unity.
The fullest kind of maturity has its core in the experience of personal transcendence.
The goal of the spiritual path is transcending the ego.
The individual transcends himself and experiences spontaneity.
The light and dark are transcended through being seen in terms of a dramatic unity.
The mystical effects of LSD transcending ego barriers may lead to creativity.
The ordinary world may be transcended.
The transcendence of the space-time dimension is central in mystical experience.
The transcendent process lies at the core of the therapeutic use of the psychedelics.
The transcendental experience may open up avenues of creativity.
Time is a relative and arbitrary concept that can be transcended.
Transcendence of mind makes possible new realms of insight.
Transcendental experience can open up avenues of growth.
Transcendental experience is the only escape from the prison imposed by the ego.
Transcendental states are the very gist of religion.
Universal symbols refer to complex transcendental realities.
We must transcend parochial cultural contexts to truly understand reality.
When all lesser things and ideas are transcended, there remains a perfect state.

The drug user feels himself to have transcended the trivial and absurd preoccupations of
his fellows—the “game world” of ordinary consciousness.

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.

He transcends his ordinary self and his ordinary mode of awareness.

I existed “in” these dimensions of being, as I had transcended not only my ego, but also
the dichotomy between subject and object.

I perceived patterns, molecular structures connecting everything, which went through
everything, transcended everything, went beyond everything.

No saint ever saw more glorious or joyously beautiful visions or experienced a more
blissful state of transcendence.

They had transcendent experiences that have made them aware of previously hidden
areas of existence.

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

After they had discovered and experienced feelings of cosmic unity in their sessions, they
realized that the state they had really been craving for was transcendence and not drug
intoxication. (Drug intoxication means narcotics and alcohol, not psychedelics.)

The culminating experience was one of transcendental peace, with visions of supernatural
beauty and the sound of celestial music…ecstatic feelings of timelessness,
weightlessness, serenity and tranquility.

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

My understanding of mystical teachings, both Eastern and Western, Hindu, Buddhist,
Christian, and Sufi alike, took on a quantum leap. I became aware of the transcendental
unity at the core of all great religions, and understood for the first time the meaning of
esoteric states.

The concept of time does not merely lose meaning, but, more impressively, is seen in a
new perspective. Subjects assert that they felt “outside of” time, beyond both past and
future, as though they were viewing the totality of history from a transcendent vantage
point.

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

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.

He had transcended time and space and experienced “Heaven.”
I achieved transcendent sexual fulfillment.
I felt reborn in a transcendent fountain of All Energy.
I was transcended to a magical realm.
LSD gave access to aesthetic, poetic, transcendental or mystical awareness.
My essence transcended my physical being.
She was experiencing ecstasy and transcendental bliss.
The trees, shrubs, flowers and lawn took on a transcendent beauty.

a religion which goes beyond symbols, a knowledge of God entirely transcending
symbolism

a religious experience, though in a highly transcendental ineffable sense not closely
related to institutional religion or a dogmatic, creedal theology

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

an existence of peace and equanimity, a state of well-being and wholeness—transcending
all fear of death

an illuminating insight into the transcendent and eternal spiritual nature intrinsic to
human consciousness

an overwhelming reaction in which an individual comes to experience himself in a totally
new way, a transcendental feeling of being united with the world

awakening this level of consciousness that dissolves boundaries and offers transcendent
insight

completely moving outside the sensory and symbolic dimensions into the transcendental
realms

images of God perceived as pure, spiritual energy, as a transcendental or cosmic sun
(eyes closed)

Leary’s model for “transcendental communities” where family members could maintain a
level of experience which cuts beyond routine ego and social games

our need for higher intelligence, richer involvement in the cosmic script, further
transcendence

recognition of spirituality and transcendental needs as intrinsic aspects of human nature
and the right of every individual to pursue his or her own spiritual path

reported that their previous suicidal tendencies had actually been unrecognized cravings
for the ego-death and transcendence

seems to allow detours from the customary channels of experience and permit
transcendence of some of our peculiar social inhibitions

states of consciousness that transcend ordinary space/time limitations and operate in a
reality that is more aptly described in the language of subatomic physics

the experience of transcendence and union with that which is apprehended as lying
beyond the multiplicity of the world

the physical world of matter and the transcendent world of consciousness (Ultimately, it’s
all the same.)

the sage or “divine-man” whose consciousness transcends the opposites and who,
therefore, knows himself to be one with the cosmos

the subject’s feeling that his or her consciousness has expanded beyond the usual ego
boundaries and has transcended the limitations of time and space

the transcendence of verbal word-concept games, perceived space-time dimensions, ego,
and personal identity

“the transcendent unity of religions,” the notion that underlying all the world’s greatest
religious traditions, there is a single and shared transcendent vision of the Divine

the transcendental elevation of the psyche through the manipulation of sound waves
(music)

the ultimate transcendence of fantasy and discursive reasoning in the timeless act of pure
intellectual intuition

the value of the transcendental aspect of such experiences and the utmost importance of
the spiritual dimensions in human life

this unique and most wonderful of experiences which transcends everything, even the
imaginable

those Other Worlds of transcendental experience where the soul knows itself as
unconditioned and of like nature with the divine

to begin the world again, to create the new Garden of Eden, to transcend ordinary reality,
to enter the New Age

to break down ego defenses and induce a “transcendental experience” which seems to be
almost always religious

to transcend conditioned reflexes connected with social role and to become an
evolutionary agent, a time traveler

to transcend the preoccupation with the small self to reach out for the greater Self—the
Self that embraces all of humankind and connects us with the spirit

transcend time and space and are inhabited by celestial and mythological beings (eyes
closed)

transcendence—becoming aware of a reality which lies outside of time and space and the
ego

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

“transcendental” experiences—a state beyond conflict—often with rapid and dramatic
therapeutic results

transcendental experiences with a paradoxical quality of being “contentless yet all-
containing”

transcending everyday realities and exploring realities quite outside the realm of ordinary
consciousness

the state in which we transcend or dissolve all the barriers of ego and selfishness that
separates us from God, the state of direct knowing, immediate perception of our total
unity with God

assertions of having known the origin and goal of history, of having found the answer to
the ancient query, “What am I?”, of having intuited the harmonious structure of the

universe, of having experienced the primacy of love and the brotherhood of man, or of
having realized the reality of life that transcends temporal death

a bliss which transcends both pleasure and pain
a deep personal experience of the transcendental realms
a mystical transcendental, death-rebirth experience
a new transcendental ethic
a profound ego-transcendent ecstasy
a profound transcendental experience of an ecstatic and integrative nature
a profound transformative experience of a transcendental nature
a revelation of transcendent domains
a transcendence of phenomena, space, time, and causality
a “transcendent dimension of being”
a transcendental and boundless sea of no time and no space
a transcendental experience
a transcendental experience accompanied by intense psychological reactions
a transcendental experience of heaven or paradise
a transcendental world of Being, Knowledge and Bliss
a transpersonal state that transcends ordinary limits of human experience
aesthetic transcendental experience and imagery
an experience of transcendental beauty
an instance of ego-transcendence through empathetic entrance into the essence
an intense religious experience, a mystical transcendent experience
being transcending the sum of its parts
blissful transcendent illumination
“broke through” the realm of the ego into the transcendent dimensions of being
complete transcendence—beyond words, beyond space-time, beyond self
contact with transcendental realities
creating a better and more optimistic reality-tunnel, transcending ego games
deliverance to a transcendental realm
ecstatic rapture, transcendental peace and serenity, a sense of cosmic unity
ecstatic transcendence
ego transcendence
ego-transcended experiences, non-game experiences
enter transcendental realms
experience of profound transcendence
experiences of the “transcendent divine”
facilitating a deep transformative experience of a transcendental nature
far transcending the narrow confines of psychiatry, psychology and psychotherapy
feel themselves merge with divine realms that transcend daily reality
gain new extensions of his perception of beauty and transcendence
glimpses into transcendental reality
have entirely transcended the ego and reidentified with the divine
infinite fields of consciousness—transcending time, space and linear causality
infinite joy, transcendental joy
inner transcendental experiences
insight into the transcendent nature of human consciousness
insights into nature and varieties of transcendent states
insights of transcendental experience
leads to illumination and releasedness, to victory and transcendence
LSD’s potential as a visionary or transcendental drug
messianic transcendence
mystical self-transcendence
new insights or revelations of a transcendental nature
of transcendental proportions
profound archetypal and transcendental forms of consciousness
search for transcendent meaning
self-transcendent experiences
sensations of transcendent beauty and divine wisdom
serene, self-transcendence
soul-shaking revelations of transcendent being
spiritual craving for transcendence
spiritual liberty and transcendental happiness
spiritual self-transcendence
splendors of transcendent beauty
spontaneous play, transcendent awareness
that holy place, that transcendent place
that transcendent terrain
the appetite for spiritual transcendence, the desire to go beyond
the blissful experience of self-transcendence
the extended state of transcendent consciousness
the path to purification and transcendence
transcendence of the usual ego hang-ups
the creative transcendental nature of the experience
the enhanced awareness and extended consciousness of the transcendent experience
the experience of self-transcendence and solidarity with the universe
the heightened charge of energy released by transcendent experiences
the heightened sensitivity of ego transcendence
the intensity of my desire for self-transcendence
the journey of transcendence of the physical realm
the transcendence of normal spatial limitations
the transcendence of the infinite
the transcendence of verbal concepts, of space-time dimensions and of the ego or identity
the transcendent experience
the transcendent nature of visionary experiences
the transcendent vision
the transcendental implications of modern science
the transcendental mystical unity of all religions
the transcendental realities
the transcendental state of awareness
the transcendental state of enlightenment
the transcendental vision of the Good
the universal and ever-present urge to self-transcendence
the universal immanence of the transcendent spiritual Ground of all existence
this language-transcending experience
this transcendental vision of the Good
this unknitting and dissolving of boundaries—self-transcendence
to see a beauty that transcends anything one had ever imagined possible before
to transcend space/time boundaries
to transcend the identification with the ego
to transcend the mind’s habitual fixations
transcend all analytic categories
transcend the bounds of logic
transcended symbols
transcendence of fear-inspired orthodoxies
transcendence of the Aristotelian dichotomy between the part and the whole
transcendence of the ego
transcendent awareness
transcendent consciousness
transcendent majesty
transcendent purity
transcendent sexual fulfillment
transcendental bliss
transcendental clarity
transcendental joy
transcendental, mystical, cosmic, visionary, revelatory
transcendental mystical states
transcendental radiance
transcendental revelations
transcendental-scientific visions
transcending self-centered ego and becoming God-centered
transcending your cultural mind
transcends himself by becoming conscious of the ignored aspects of his own nature
transcends the relativities of cultural conditioning
transcends the world of matter and earthly existence
ultimate transcendence and release into boundless radiance
unique opportunity for transcendence and rebirth
universal spirituality transcending the divisive interests of religious sectarianism

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