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Programmed Communication During Experiences with DMT (Timothy Leary)

Programmed Communication During Experiences with DMT (Timothy Leary)

  1. Jatelka
    Originally published in the Psychedelic Review

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  1. Expat98
    Expat98
    5/5,
    Version: 2007-07-14
    This is a GREAT read. Transcendence of concepts such as ego, space, and time are typical of the DMT experience. Leary explains that, "Subjects frequently complained that they became so lost in the lovely flow of timeless existences that the experience ended too soon and was so smooth that landmarks were lacking to make memory very detailed. The usual milestones for perception and memory were lacking! There could be no memory of the sequence of visions because there was no time -- and no memory of structure because space was converted into flowing process."

    In an effort to deal with this problem Leary sets up a system whereby a friend will ask him at 2-min. intervals what he is currently experiencing. "The landmarks would, in this way, be provided by the experimenter -- the temporal sequence could be broken up into stages and the flow of visions would be divided into topics."

    Leary then proceeds with a detailed description of a DMT experience using this methodology.