Salvia Divinorum: Doorway to Thought-Free Awareness

Salvia Divinorum Doorway to Thought Free Awareness One man s personal journey through the unparalleled trance states of salvia Originally published as Peopled Darkness Contains real life descriptions of salvia induced visionary experiences Offers guid

  • Title: Salvia Divinorum: Doorway to Thought-Free Awareness
  • Author: J.D. Arthur
  • ISBN: 9781594773471
  • Page: 263
  • Format: Paperback
  • One man s personal journey through the unparalleled trance states of salvia Originally published as Peopled Darkness Contains real life descriptions of salvia induced visionary experiences Offers guidance for the responsible use of this psychoactive plant Explores the shamanic awareness associated with salvia Salvia divinorum, which recently entered the visionary pOne man s personal journey through the unparalleled trance states of salvia Originally published as Peopled Darkness Contains real life descriptions of salvia induced visionary experiences Offers guidance for the responsible use of this psychoactive plant Explores the shamanic awareness associated with salvia Salvia divinorum, which recently entered the visionary pharmacopoeia of the modern world, has been used for centuries in the shamanic practices of the Mazatec Indians of Oaxaca, Mexico, for healing and divination A member of the Mint family, Salvia divinorum diviner s sage offers a new doorway to the visionary pursuit of higher spiritual and meditative states With repeated sessions using salvia over the course of several years, J D Arthur began returning each time to the same inner landscape where he found himself entering a unique state of thought free, or thoughtless, awareness There he accessed a mode of dream language that communicated an exquisite constellation of detailed meanings swiftly and flawlessly His repeated immersion in these states of trance, as well as his analysis of their approach and withdrawal, led to a profound reassessment of the nature of normal perception and a reevaluation of what we refer to as the real world With true life descriptions of salvia induced visionary states, this book offers a detailed experiential analysis for those interested in exploring salvia in their quest for higher knowledge.

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    1. Salvia is something unique. If you desire to seek her wisdom, you really need to read widely and this book would be a good start. Not that any reading will be of help when you court her, the Shepherdess, especially if you do it by smoking enhanced leaves (concentrate). I read these books to help process what I experienced with Ska Maria. She is like DMT, she will wisk you away to other dimensions in seconds, leaving you disembodied in the void. She is no joke and for those who approach without r [...]

    2. A true psychonaut's fascinating experiments with Salvia DivinorumIf all you know of Salvia is its reputation as a horrifying and uncomfortable trip, reading this book will show you a whole new side of the plant. The author, through bold, continued experimentation, tells a more complex story about the plant and what it offers. Few books have been more fascinating, mysterious, and enthralling reads.

    3. This book is less of a fact-based or historical account of Salvia as a plant, and more of a detailed "dream journal" under the influence of Salvia. The author himself states in the prologue, "I chose not to include information concerning salvia's history, botany, and so forth because this information is readily available from other, more knowledgeable sources." At first, this seemed like a trivial approach, being completely focused on the subjective. However, unlike reading through experience re [...]

    4. I admire this book for the exploration that it is. The world of Salvia is something that most users just dip their toes into, but Arthur goes pretty deep and his discoveries are very interesting. Also, I was excited to learn that some of my own experiences were identical to what Arthur encounters. One of the most notable things described is the connection of the salvaiac world to the spirits of the dead. When I have used Salvia, the beings I encountered were about as alien as they could be, and [...]

    5. I enjoyed this book. I had used Salvia ritually a few times and really enjoyed the experience. My first experience I felt the presence of a female on my right while I lay on my bed in the semi darkened room. It did not feel creepy in the slightest. To be honest I didn't even question her presence, as if it was normal for her to be there. I felt she was observing me and keeping me safe. She knew I loved it. I verbally said so. I wanted to sit up and go and tell my partner. The female presence sai [...]

    6. A light and slim volume, more a memoir than any kind of study, but in detailing various facets of the Salvia experience, Arthur both fired my desire to go back to the divine herb, and clarified various disparate ideas I have had on the subject. I did find some of his commentary on his experiences funny, due to being really quite naive, but I have to say he captured much of the more important aspects of the quite different experiences I have had myself.Yeah, I definitely need to go back

    7. This is the same book as "Peopled Darkness," so I am guessing that Arthur wanted to sell a book with a less creepy name on it. It's very good, but not as inspiring perhaps as the chapter on Salvia in Dale Pendell's PharmakoPoeia, which is now available free at :dalependell/wp-content/upl

    8. Read this book a while ago. Wasn't entirely enlightening on salvia, but was moderately entertaining, gets at least four stars for the author being crazy enough to smoke that much salvia. Really though. Worth a re-read since its short enough.

    9. This was originally published under the title Peopled Darkness: Perceptual Transformation Through Salvia Divinorum.

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