If you're a psychonaut and want to better understand your experiences, read this book.
The following year, when the folks were drinking the koolaid and were afraid of the ego death experience, this book guided me to be a guide.
We are all going to die one day and this book teaches us how to go about doing it right and what to expect.
Haven't read it yet but I've read the pdf. if you're interested in psychedelics and the spiritual aspect of the experience this is a perfect place to start.Published 14 days ago by John Randall
This book was ok. Difficult to get into. Terrence McKenna's books are much better on psychedelics.Published 1 month ago by N.M.
very good and great information. i recommend it very much.
A classic that i had missed. Anyone interested in psychedelics should read it
A guide for the use of psychedelics for an enlightenment, ego-release, or spiritual purpose based on the Tibetan Book of the Dead. Read more
Timothy Leary introduced this book to me at a conference at Esalen in 1964. I had taken Peyote the year before and saw "the waveform nature of the universe. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Jean Millay
the greatest $10 you will ever spend. Arrived in two days and is an exact replica of the original manual from the 1960's, albeit this one comes with a forewordPublished 10 months ago by Robert R. Dominguez
If you love Timothy Leary's work, you will enjoy reading this book. Finished it within days. Very good read about all his work.Published 13 months ago by Angelica Marie
I have read this book several times and I never tire of the energy and enthusiasm of the authors. People have criticized this book for being a drug manifesto because the obvious... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Halifax Student Account