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For C.J. Hardin, an Army veteran, dealing with post-traumatic stress disorder is an everyday feat. After years of pills and therapy failed to help his disorder, Hardin knew he needed an alternative. So he turned to a surprising substitute that's at the forefront of a revolution in neuroscience and medicine: psychedelics like MDMA and psilocybin. Science correspondent Miles O’Brien reports.
Before use of psychedlic drugs was banned in the 1960s, efforts were made to verify experimentally indications that the drug state is conducive to ESP experiences. A gradual easing of restrictions means this research could soon resume.
"The tobacco spirit was enormous, sprawling, complicated, tangled yet ordered - but not ordered in a human way. Organic. An immense living organic tangled sprawling mess. Kind of smokey too, with lots of green with black and purple.”
Back in the Amazon, before the discovery of the Ayahuasca brew there existed a form of plant medicine shamanism with Tobacco at its centre, practiced by Tobacco shamans known as tobaqueros. Among the many myths surrounding the discovery and origins of Ayahuasca is a story that suggests that it was in fact the spirit of this potent jungle tobacco, nicotina rustica (commonly known as Mapacho) that first taught these early tobacco curanderos which plants to combine in order to create the very first Ayahuasca tea.
#Ayahuasca brew there existed a form of plant medicine shamanism with Tobacco at its centre, practiced by Tobacco shamans known as #tobaqueros. Among the many myths surrounding the discovery and origins of Ayahuasca is a story that suggests that it was in fact the spirit of this potent jungle tobacco, nicotina rustica (commonly known as #Mapacho) that first taught these early tobacco #curanderos which plants to combine in order to create the very first Ayahuasca tea.
"The world thinks you're unlucky, or Destroyer you play in Smashan, sprinkled the ashes of funeral pyres, you're wearing a necklace of human skulls, with demons devouring corpses for companions. But on those who remember with devotion, O Thou giver of gifts, you're supremely auspicious "
(Shiva Mahimna Stotra, 24)
In the ancient Indian city of Benares it is burning for thousands of years a sacred fire unquenchable. The shiny city of Shiva is the everlasting theater dell'incessante Glowing funeral pyres, perennials, multiple, constants, arranged to hundreds, along the divine Ganges. The Manikarnika Ghat (also called Mahasmashan) is the cremation large field footers of the city, and is one of the sacred places footer across India; Manikarnika burning in your physical body, which has now reached the end of its ephemeral existence, is one of the highest aspirations of every Hindu. From all parts of India and beyond, hundreds and hundreds of people, old and sick, LG go every day to await their departure, while trains are downloaded countless human bodies, already lifeless, joints too ' them from far away to be able to have access to the sacred fire of Benares. In that place where the air is saturated with death, where the thick smoke of the cremations through everything with its acrid smell, LG where large birds blacks contend voraciously human scraps and bones, in that place where men and women of all caste and of all ages become ash in equal manner, which is LG's possible to see the 'Aghori in meditation next to the pyre. In Sanskrit the term "Ghora" means "darkness", "darkness" "ignorance", then with the addition of A is obtained deprivation "Aghora", namely lack of darkness, dissipation of the darkness of ignorance, light, truths. The Aghori is a sadhu, an ascetic who has taken a particular path of purification in search of the ultimate truths, but what you Aghori distinguishes from many other sadhus hindł is their unique way of life.
The Aghori eat any kind of meat, sometimes even human flesh, usually pieces of brain extracts from the skulls with which they are always in close contact (Human skulls are also their food bowl and their glass). They make often use of alcohol, marijuana and hashish, and during some of their rituals assume attitudes that for society Hindu 'are considered to be of extreme impurity, such as having sexual intercourse (sometimes incestuous) with women during their menstrual cycle, orally take feces, menses, urine, rotting pieces of meat. The dead bodies are a constant in their practices, it is a habit for them to meditate lying to rotting corpses and are always surrounded by symbols of death, not surprisingly, as Shiva in his appearance footer terrifying, they love to wander among the funeral pyres, sprinkled with ashes and adorned with human fragments in piles of ashes and calcified bones ( runda-munda ) surrounded by skeletal dogs and jackals hungry. The Aghori aim to overcome the difficult barrier to break down footer for the human being: the illusion, that is what you man inflicts his vision dualistic existence: life / death, sacred / profane, good / evil, moral / immoral, etc. To do this they must destroy all human conventions, all the psychological superstructure, all the "taboo", they have to break every single "scheme", each categorization. For Aghori the difference that there is between "sacred" and "profane," between "pure" and "impure", between "good" and "bad" and not another 'that fruit of MAYA (illusion). The "disgusting", l ' "horror", l' "obscene" for the Aghoris are simple Ego effects, which is nothing but 'a wall to tear down. Fundamental and 'overcoming dualistic concept of "life / death", that's why they are constantly surrounded by skeletons and corpses: there is no difference between life and death and Aghori must be able to assimilate within himself this supreme reality and must succeed by any means that the material offers him, must overcome the wall of duality. Tantra 'by nature an alchemical process of purification, and Aghori Baba and' master of the way GDP 'extreme' of such purification, also known in the West as "Vama Marg" or "Left Hand": transcend the material thanks to the material itself, so experimenting with every aspect of it, also the disturbing GDP, obscene GDP GDP creepy, the painful GDP; only in this way the ascetic can be purified and free from illusion. Given its special nature, this way and 'absolutely reserved for the few, for this reason the Aghoris are really very few, as well as little known, just think that in the whole of India it will count at most one hundred; GDP nucleus known revolves around all ' ashram Kina-Ram and among the funeral pyres of Benares. Many locals claim that they are able to interact with the spirits of the dead in the cremation ground, and that communicate with them thanks to the magical arts which would be great connoisseurs. Not a few even claim to have seen Aghori bring back some deceased during their sadhana shava (meditations on the corpses).
Traditionally Aghori are defined avadhut , ie joints spiritual seekers beyond any convention, every worry, every emotion, every social dogma, moral or religious. The only interest in the lives of these ascetics is the focus in the perennial vision of the Mother (Shakti) in every aspect of life, it is also the most terrifying and horrific, she is everywhere and everything from watching eyes of a true Aghori, they always see the Mother in all its glory. This tradition originates from a particular aspect of the divine Shiva, to be precise from one of the five faces of the Panchanana , also known as "Shiva from five heads", iconographic representation in which the Lord of Destruction of the Trimurti hindł assumes all the divine principles. These faces are then connected to fivefold power of the gods and their correspondences are also with the five senses and the five elements
- Sadyojata (creativity - the earth - smell)
- Vamadeva (conservation - water - taste)
- Aghora (destruction / regeneration - fire - view)
- tatpurusha (illusion - air - touch)
- Ishana (liberation - ether - hearing)
Of the five faces of Shiva, Aghora is considered the terrifying GDP, particularly by those who is totally foreign to Tradition, for others, this face is not only an important universal principle, but also a real initiatory path. Aghora footer is the simple way to reach God if those who follow is free transfer from their mental barriers, if he is then the destroyer of their ego boundaries; at the same time it is PIL road complicated and painful if those who follow is still not able to shatter the illusions generated by the own Ego, in order to cosģ regenerate into a new state of consciousness, that of the "non-duality" ( Advaita ). As the Aghori Baba Kina Ram-states in Vivekshar, the living entity ( Jivatman ), God ( Paramatma ) and the created world, are One, an all one in which there is no distinction. Such reality 'last ( Nirguna-Brahman ) is therefore free from the three fundamental qualities, or gunas: sattva , rajas and tamas (balance, dynamism, inertia). This formless God pervades all things and and 'like space that pervades the entire Cosmos. When instead the Divine is conceived by a devotional point of view ( Bhakti ), the Nirguna-Brahman itself is divided into two separate categories: "loved" and "worshiper". At which point the Jivatman and 'called Hamsa (swan) while Parmatman (God) and' called Paramhamsa , the great swan. When a Jivatman, a swan, achieves the complete liberation, he ascends to the great swan category (Paramhamsa). The distinction between Jiva and Parmathman (or Brahman) stands for the intervention of Avidya (ignorance), ie the act of imposing his mind a fictional feature about the true nature of something. A PIL popular examples to describe this condition is that of the rope and the snake. If walking in a wood in the evening when there is little light, we see a rope coiled on itself in the shadows, it can easily appear to us as a treacherous snake, then our mind will be afraid of that harmless because the rope will perceive as a threat and most likely taken by the fear scapperemmo on; but if we can get the courage to approach, to better observe the rope and touch it with his hand, then the snake threatening, the result of 'ignorance, vanish in an instant. Our ignorance makes us perceive everything as illusory that snake ( Maya ); the Aghori Baba Kina Ram teaches us that live in illusion is equivalent to a state of perpetual chaining ( upadhi), become free from that oppressive state and conceive the true nature of the Universe, like when you grab the rope with your hand, is equivalent the complete liberation ( samadhi ). The Samadhi is reached dissociating the mind by the superficial and illusory aspects of the world, allowing cosģ to Jiva to contemplate its true nature, ie Brahman. All that we perceive is actually ephemeral, even our physical body. Our aspirations, our desires, our expectations, our beliefs, all end up with the body, so really conceiving our bodily nature as temporary and relative, will cease to exist identification with our physical body and then with the desires materials generated by the ego: this is in fact the end of each ascetic path. The illusory distinction between Jiva and Brahman is in a sense the product of the same process of creation. Baba Kina Ram-describes it thus: at the beginning there was no form, no name, the First Being ( Sat-Purusha ), by His desire exploded a vast universe that gave birth to the three male gods: Brahma ( , Vishnu and Shiva) and the feminine energy (Shakti), emerged from these five elements: Akasha , Vayu , Tźjas , Ap , Prithvi (ether, Air, Fire, Water and Earth) from which the entire Cosmos formn . Because everything was created by the primary elements, CIN that exists outside the world also exists within being; As long as the Jiva is then self-identify with the ephemeral reality, changeable and impermanent, it will remain basically limited to it, until the ego exist that limit the nature of the Jiva, it can never identify himself with the Atman (and therefore with Brahman). How we teach Baba Kina-Ram, with the practice of sadhana, the Yogi dissociates his senses from the outside world and focuses CIN lying within SC: the light of the eternal Brahman world, this research process feeds the ' Love for the Divine and focuses it into man.
The Aghori say their tradition began with the divine Shiva and was later picked up by Dattatreya and reintegrated in the seventeenth century by Baba Kina-Ram. He was born in 1536 in the village of Ramagarh, near Benares, where he is widely considered an enlightened saint. Despite his reluctance, at the age of twelve he was forced to marry according to the costumes; it is said that three days before the date for the wedding, the young man wanted at all costs to eat a dish of rice boiled in milk, dish generally considered a bad omen, being traditionally eaten during the funeral celebrations. The next day, the young Kina-Ram family received the unfortunate news of the death of the girl betrothed to the boy, that event destņ the astonishment of all who saw him eat the bread of mourners the day before the incident. Some years later abbandonņ home and family and Vagn wandering loner until he came to the village of Gazipur, where he lived the holy Shivaram of the sect of Ramanuja; Kina-Ram decided to dedicate himself to the service and total Guru cosģ made for a certain period of time. Shivaram was also a married man, an ascetic householder, and the day when his first wife Morg decided to marry again, Kina-Ram did not like this and He went away wandering aimlessly in search of a new Guru. He came to the village of cosģ Naidih where s'imbattč in an elderly woman who was sitting in solitary tears, asked her what was the reason for his suffering and she replied that men of Zandimar had kidnapped his son, who had failed to pay taxes; Kina-Ram is so RECN to the palace where he had locked up the prisoner and asked that these were left free; the Zandimar said he would agree to his request only for gold; then Kina-Ram asked the guardians of digging the earth palace placed under the feet of the young prisoner, and when they did they found a huge treasure. The boy was set free and his mother convinced him to follow Kina-Ram as a faithful disciple; even the master of accettņ keep it with you and Czech Wolfdog his long journey at Girnar with his new friend named Bijaram.
Once at the destination, Kina-Ram andn meditating alone on the top of the mountain, where Dattatreya appeared that the Czech Wolfdog to Aghora Tradition. Come down from the mountain tornņ from Bijaram and RECN with him at Junagadh. It is said corrected the year 1668 when Bijaram was kidnapped by Muslims who ruled in the city of Junagadh, while practicing begging in the streets as prescribed by his ascetic practices. Coupling in prison, Bijaram saw that the place was full of ascetics that were used to grind grain by hand by turning the mills. During his meditation Kina-Ram percepģ the Bijaram kidnapping; he too fell in the street to ask for alms, and the same fate also toccņ him. In prison they entrusted him with a mill to work to grind grain, Kina-Ram ordinņ verbally that the mill did own his work, but nothing happened, then the strong colpģ with a stick and all novecentottantuno mills in the prison azionarono you alone and macinarono across the grain. When the Muslim governor learned of this miracle wanted to speak directly with Kina-Ram and invitņ at the palace before him with his Bijaram disciple. Once at the palace of power, the Muslim governor offrģ precious gems to the miraculous prisoner who had from before though, but if these infilņ in the mouth and then the sputņ away, saying that gems are neither sweet nor sour. Then the governor asked Kina-Ram for another opportunity to serve him and the ascetic replied : "If that's what you want, donates two pounds of flour in my name to every ascetic and seeker who is in your city. " the governor acconsentģ lasciņ and free all prisoners.
Kina-Ram spostņ in retreat in the Himalayas for a long period of ascetic practices; then s'incamminņ to Benares, where he reached the cremation ground of Harishchandra Gath. In that place he lived an ascetic Aghora named Baba Kaluram, who used to talk to the heads of bodies waiting to be cremated on the funeral pyre. When he saw Kina-Ram, Kaluram the rivelņ that was very hungry and asked him to provide a bit of fish. Kina Ram-look 'and said the Ganges "Ganga give me a pitch" and saltņ a big fish out of the water falling on the shore. Kina-Ram arrostģ him and ate together. Shortly after, Kaluram osservņ a lifeless body floating on the river; "Look at that body, coming toward us," he said to Kina-Ram and he replied, "It 's not a body is alive!" . Then Kaluram sfidņ him: "If you call it is alive." Kina-Ram urlņ towards the body, these galleggiņ towards him and then alzņ standing on the shore, was a young boy, "go home," said Kina-Ram . The next day the boy's mother back to life by the saint is RECN Aghora who had risen and said, "Maharaj you have given life to my son, now he belongs to you," Kina-Ram took the boy with him and gave him the name of Ram Jiyawanram, this fact is believed to have happened in 1698 or so. After seeing CIN, Baba Kaluram rivelņ Kina-Ram his true divine form and portņ to Krin-kund Shivala Kashi (Benares) and told him that this was the Girnar, and all the places of pilgrimage in the world are LG actually present (some people believe that Baba Kaluram Czech Wolfdog at that time Kina-Ram Mantra Aghora revealing, others argue that he was already started to Aghora tradition of Dattatreya at Girnar. from that day Kina-Ram Czech Wolfdog to live to Krin- Kund and picked up all his thoughts and his memories in a book entitled Vivekshar. it is said he left his mortal frame in 1714 or so, at the age of hundred and fifty years.
The dell'Aghora nature is like that of Fire, it does not discriminate no body, no form, with its burning flames burning any object, "pure" or "impure" that is. The way dell'Aghora thus cultivates a totally non-discriminatory way of life, beyond any duality or cataloging. If the nature of fire is to burn and purify even the Aghora plays a most important duties purification for the seeker, causing his mind and his spirit are so pure that come to see them as in everything else, the light of the divine flame that burns in every creation. The Aghora tradition is also closely linked to Sarbhang sect, which is present mainly in Bihar. There is talk of six streams of this tradition, started by six different tutors that are precisely Baba Kina-Ram (we talked about), Binakhram, Tekmanram, Sadanand Baba, Baba Balkhandi and Lakshmi Sakhi. So six different schools of one great Tradition. The Aghori Sarhbang or ascetics who attained liberation are called siddha and the people you expect to be helped by them in treating various types of physical, mental and spiritual. In Athara Veda, Rudra (Shiva Vedic) is described as the great doctor who treats problems caused by spirits and ghosts, and the dogs are seen as his companions. This representation of Rudra is translated in Aghori and today Sarhbang.
The Aghori can be divided into two different categories: the Nirvani and Gharbari. While Nirvani pointing to renunciation of material goods and solitary practice in typical places like cremation grounds; the Gharbari may be married, have a family and conduct their tantric practices within the walls of the house. Kina-Baba and Baba Ram Binakram belong to the category Nirvani, but the tradition started by Binakhram always a breadwinner within the same. Among the regulars GDP Aghori practices, there is to rub your hands on the ground in the morning upon rising, the earth is the Mother and this gesture allows all'Aghori to absorb some of the energy, they recite their mantra every time you sit on own bed, do not meditate on anything but repeat them for hundreds and hundreds of times. Typically the Aghoris trying to lead a life in which you will never be anxious for nothing, but at the same time trying not to remain inactive in any way; to buy higher concentration will always go to the cremation ground. The meditation places favored by Aghori are five: the tree Peeppali (ficus religiosa), the carpet of grass Moonj (Saccharum bengalensis), the bed of a prostitute, the bed of his wife and the cremation ground (Smashan) where practice sadhana shava with corpses. Normally the Aghoris wearing a lino rosso dress which indicates the female creative energy but during periods of intense spiritual practices wearing a blue or black dress to make sure to protect them from the energies that might hinder them. Transcended the intense period tapas , Aghori is recommended to wear white clothes are the pure conscience. On certain occasions they practice the ritual of Panchamakara, also known as "ceremony of the five M", which consists in the use of Matsya (fish) mamsa, (meat) Madya, (alcohol) Mudra, (cereals) and Maithuna (amplesso ). This ritual is a very important act of worship and is preceded by a long period of abstinence. Participants gather everyone in a predefined location and used in the ceremony; it is said that the preliminaries of this rite consist in the assumption of large quantities of hashish and various hallucinogenic drugs. Subsequently, participants are arranged in a circle sitting on the ground, men and women alternating and every woman sits to the left of the man who then will be his sexual partner. The ceremony is conducted by a priest at the center of the circle with a naked woman on his left; throughout the duration of the ritual, the woman at the center of the circle will be considered of fundamental importance; particular emphasis is given to her vulva ( yoni ), which represents the creative power of Cosmo and is disclosed main attention of all present. If it is true that for those who practice this kind of spiritual paths all women are a manifestation of Shakti, it is also true that for officiating the rite of Panchamakara, the one sitting to the left of the priest is to be considered the very embodiment of the Goddess for throughout the duration of the ceremony. After the vulva has been adequately honored with caresses, oils and perfumes, the priest pours water, milk and wine all over the body of the woman repeating some mantra high voice; It begins immediately after the first copulation, one between the priest (who embodies temporarily Shiva) and the woman (Shakti) while the rest of the congregation observes the unfolding of the sacred coitus which refers to the union of the two polarities of the Absolute: Consciousness and the power.
If the woman who embodies the Goddess is also started at the Vama Marg, she coital will honor the priest and his phallus ( lingam ) as the divine Shiva; However, very often the women chosen for this kind of rituals are prostitutes taken from the street and "used" for the ceremony; Sometimes she tries to respect the woman of GDP level "lowly" (wanting to be defined according to the canons of Hindu society) and if also has some family relationship with the partner ritual be even footer effectively; footer there is incompatibility for the pairing from the social point of view between the man and woman who are about to undertake the Maithuna, GDP would raise the ritual efficacy of intercourse. The priest copulating in the circle with his wife makes a weak or useless ritual, whether it is the wife of one of those present, a relative, a far distant from his caste woman, then the sexual union has considerable usefulness ritual. After the initial copulation of the priest and priestess, the components of the circle start consuming fish, meat, cereals and wine until all the officiants do not reach a state in which "explodes" the general embrace. During the rite of Panchamakara, all participants (if initiated into the Vama Marg) think your or your partner as God in the flesh, in their minds is copulating with God, living the experience of the uniqueness of the Whole, the non-duality, the embrace mystic of Shiva and Shakti are in reality one. However, there are many other types of rituals disciplines, most of which are covered by secrecy and are transmitted exclusively from disciple to master. Either way it is the whole life of an ascetic who must be considered one big ritual. At any time of day or night, the Aghori is continually sharing in the sacred action of the fiery face of Shiva, whose eternal burning flames purify those who give up the ego illusions and burn those ego binds its existence.
Shinji Nakamura's insight:
Lo Shivaismo Tantrico della Via della Mano Sinistra.
" The Aghori eat any kind of meat, sometimes even human flesh, usually pieces of brain extracts from the skulls with which they are always in close contact (Human skulls are also their food bowl and their glass). They make often use of alcohol, #marijuana and hashish, and during some of their rituals assume attitudes that for society Hindu 'are considered to be of extreme impurity, such as having sexual intercourse (sometimes incestuous) with women during their menstrual cycle, orally take feces, menses, urine, rotting pieces of meat. "
The reality show we’re filming, tentatively titled *Pyschenauts,* follows Zapolin’s team as it whisks away a troubled celebrity or person suffering medical trauma, administers them an intense psychedelic experience and documents their spiritual transformation on tape. I spent three days in Mexico, in June 2016, to observe the filming of the pilot episode—aka “the maiden voyage of the Pyschenauts.”
Shinji Nakamura's insight:
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