CHAPTER NO:- 13 》PART:- 1 》INDUCED METHODS OF RECOLLECTION OF PAST LIFE MEMORIES THROUGH USE OF CERTAIN DRUGS.

▪ Memories of previous existence have some-times occurred as vivid images during intoxication with certain drugs and herbs. e.g. L S D (Lysergic acid diethylamide) and other Entheogens.

Systematic clinical research with LSD by Jung (1963) Huxley (1954) Grof and Grof (1976) has brought ample evidence about the various aspects of death and rebirth.

▪ In the 50’s Stanislav Grof worked with altered states of awareness. He performed clinical trials with the drug LSD and found that, under the influence of LSD, many of the participants experienced previously inaccessible childhood memories and pre-birth & past-life memories. He later found that these states could be achieved using deep breathing sessions rather than LSD.

Roberto Assagioli, the founder of the therapy called Psychosynthesis and contributor to the branch of psychology called Transpersonal Psychology, found that altered states could be achieved through meditation.

VERY IMPORTANT NOTE :-

▪ NOT ALL THE MEMORIES RECOLLECTED DURING HYPNOTHERAPY OR PAST LIFE REGRESSION THERAPY NEED NOT TO BE MEMORIES OF PAST LIFE. MOST OF TIME IT IS JUST BRAIN IMAGINATION, HALLUCINATION, CRYPTOMNESIA, VAGUE RESPONSE, ESP ETC.  ONLY IN SOME CASES IT IS TRUE PAST LIFE MEMORIES.

IN ALL THE CASES OF RECOLLECTED MEMORIES BY PAST LIFE REGRESSION, THE AUTHENTICITY OF THE MEMORIES MUST BE CHECKED THROUGH VERIFICATION OF MEMORY CLAIMS BY CRITICAL ANALYSIS, ALSO THROUGH CIRCUMSTANTIAL EVIDENCES.

▪ THERE ARE LOTS OF FAKE REGRESSION PARAPSYCHOLOGIST, SO PLEASE ALWAYS PREFER PROFESSIONAL AND WELL TRAINED REGRESSION HYPNOTHERAPIST.

Lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD), is an Entheogenic , Recreational and Psychedelic Drug.

Lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD) is used mainly as a recreational drug and for spiritual reasons. LSD is typically either swallowed or held under the tongue. It is often sold on blotter paper, a sugar cube, or gelatin. It can also be injected.


Entheogens (" meaning- generating the divine within") are group chemical substances used in a religious, shamanic, or spiritual context that often induces psychological or physiological changes.

▪ Entheogens have been used to supplement many diverse practices geared towards achieving transcendence, including meditation, yoga, prayer, psychedelic art, chanting, and multiple forms of music. They have also been historically employed in traditional medicine via psychedelic therapy.

Entheogens have been used in a ritualized context for thousands of years; their religious significance is well established in anthropological and modern contexts. Examples of traditional entheogens include traditional psychedelics like peyote, psilocybin mushrooms, and ayahuasca, psychedelic-dissociatives like Tabernanthe iboga, atypical psychedelics like Salvia divinorum, quasi-psychedelics like cannabis, and deliriants like Amanita muscaria. Traditionally a tea, admixture, or potion like bhang is the preferred mode of ingestion.

▪ With the advent of organic chemistry, there now exist many synthetic drugs with similar psychoactive properties, many derived from the aforementioned plants. Many pure active compounds with psychoactive properties have been isolated from these respective organisms and chemically synthesized, including mescaline, psilocybin, DMT, salvinorin A, ibogaine, ergine, and muscimol. Semi-synthetic (e.g., LSD used by the Neo-American Church) and synthetic drugs (e.g., DPT used by the Temple of the True Inner Light and 2C-B used by the Sangoma) have also been developed.[6] Cannabis is the world's most widely used psychedelic drug, though it is more accurately referred to as a quasi-psychedelic drug, since its effect profile lacks the hallucinogenic and cognitive effects of traditional psychedelics.

▪ More broadly, the term entheogen is used to refer to any psychoactive drugs when used for their religious or spiritual effects, whether or not in a formal religious or traditional structure. This terminology is often chosen to contrast with recreational use of the same drugs. Studies such as Timothy Leary's Marsh Chapel Experiment and Roland Griffiths' psilocybin studies at Johns Hopkins have documented reports of mystical/spiritual/religious experiences from participants who were administered psychoactive drugs in controlled trials. Ongoing research is limited due to widespread drug prohibition; however, some countries have legislation that allows for traditional entheogen use.

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