Camping? Lucky you! I’m a big fan of the rucksack and outdoors. My wife prefers suitcase and a hotel lobby.
Do you find it easy to switch off from the hustle bustle of normal day life? Or have you discovered a whole different approach to what normal day life can be? [Do] you live just one all expansive life these days, or two separate ones?...
This has become something of a double life, though I can’t pretend I don’t enjoy my vocational work. And whilst it’s imperative upon me to keep my DMT researcher authoring separate to my day job, the latter keeps me grounded and my employer seems to appreciate me sufficiently to promote me and invest in me - which is rewarding and reassuring. I can suppose the dream would be full-time literary-cum-practical research, and writing and promoting that work. But I’m not so short-sighted as to suppose that could or would ever work out. There’s something about my present situation (vocationally and financially) that keeps me hungry to press ahead. I may find myself unsettled if that dynamic changed. Switching off from the hustle and bustle of everyday life? Yes, very easy. The impact of having faced such phenomenal otherworldly interactions through DMT really puts what once were pressures into a very different perspective.
You mentioned reading occult and theosophist works, which can be quite the experience if one isn't inclined toward such things..
From a very young age I had a persistent innate belief that there was something of incredible importance that the adults in my life were not speaking about. Classic OBE’s and a few other inexplicable occurrences during early childhood cemented that curious mindset. Fast forward to early adulthood and a chance encounter with a strange individual introduced me to theosophy, wherein I find the kind of answers to the kind of questions my mind had been wondering upon for many a year. Theosophy is, of course, for consideration. I found it chimed very deeply with me and I thirsted for its knowledge. My experiences with DMT have shown me beyond doubt that there was indeed something of incredible importance.
I'd sure be hard-pressed to even guess at what 'entities' do when they aren't visiting folk in their mindscapes...
Couldn’t resist responding to that, Drew. It’s something I’ve considered myself quite a few times. The theosophical influence upon me is all too evident when I say I suspect they are subject to the law of evolution upon their own plane.
It sure is funny what a little fear and bravado can do when trying something new, isn't it?
Well, I too rather liked your last paragraph. But I especially enjoyed the ultimate sentence!