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2014-10-15 @ 01:46:23
I’m going to reveal the full TM technique for those who don’t want to spend money on a course.
Step 1) Breathe In
Step 2) Visualize
Step 3) Breathe Out
Enjoy your savings, and if this method helped you, be sure to paypal your donations to [email protected]
2014-07-17 @ 22:33:45
I think it just adds a bit of presentability :P
It’d be better than not having a name for his blog post
2014-07-01 @ 14:00:49
This is actually really cool. Just last night I had a really profound acid trip, and I could recognize throughout the entire experience how I kept getting frustrated, because although I’m stuck in an existential loop, it feels like my civic duty to rise from wherever I am and help bring on the change to stabilize the environment for everyone I came in contact with. It’s a fucking beautiful thing despite how minuscule it can seem; people just don’t embrace the concept as much as they should.
2013-11-15 @ 10:31:30
Now if we could apply that on a social scale, we’re getting somewhere. That’s the kind of thinking I like to see around here. Props
2013-10-28 @ 09:17:31
Damn dude, I feel this one. I really like your writing. Thanks for sharing.
2013-09-23 @ 09:26:35
One of my best friends in the world isn’t even 18, and is dying of leukemia. I’m going to look into these for sure. Thanks for posting this
2013-04-26 @ 08:56:37
I checked out this website and its some really interesting stuff. It almost borders that too good to be true thing. I’m thinking of buying one of his books and mp3s to see how it is. The e-courses on his website look crazy awesome. Only downfall is how expensive they are. I wasn’t able to watch the video, but I will soon.
2013-04-25 @ 08:13:20
I feel like reading this every day could help my friendships so much haha. It’s a great quote
2013-03-18 @ 08:08:19
Martijn, these articles would be so beneficial if they were publicized in a large scale. I’m going to show these articles to as many people I can get to read them. You concisely put together what every ‘psychonaut’ wants to say to the world. Thanks for putting your time and effort into this.
2013-03-12 @ 07:36:14
2013-02-06 @ 08:59:37
I recently got out of rehab and we would always say this before/after group sessions. Thanks for posting this
2012-09-16 @ 12:23:52
I was in Sheppard Pratt psychiatric hospital and I would have sessions of long meditation with one of the therapists there. We would play drums and sit on the terrace and meditate. He handed out this exact image printed in black and white, and I still have it sitting in my bedroom. You just brought back so many memories.
2012-09-13 @ 05:15:41
I think you guys are missing his point lol. He’s saying why not live every moment the best you can? Life if you considered deja vu your ‘second chance’, why not do that with everything else?