The Meditations of Flight

Things began to come into light vaguely like a lighter with a low flame slowly growing in the output of butane. It felt like I was following someone through a dark tunnel he was holding a dim light. I began to question where I was being led. Asking this question directly…my only response was being told ” not to think, here thoughts can be heard.”  This made me want to think more  but I cut that  current thought off short and continued on the right side behind the person guiding me. We made it to the end of the tunnel with what seemed to be a few turns. We came to a surface with gloomy grey misty  light. What felt like we were elevated greatly above ground and a huge cylindrical  corridor connected the two towering structures. The vibe that lingered was suspicion due to the no thinking warning. It also felt like an escape of some sort. Me being the person being led out of where ever I was previously. Near the end of  the corridor a square cut out was lifted similar to a pothole in the street I was made to get in first. I went down into the dark tunnel similar to the previous one but my guide shut the door on me. I had a brief moment where i felt like did not know what to do. In addition to not wanting to think suddenly I hear 2 shots .. I thought my guide was shot initially.. Instantly on the tail end of a quick panic I  heard the same voice that said “dont think go this way”. I also felt like I suddenly knew what I where I was supposed to go. Soon after i appeared at the end of this tunnel that exited out from the side of a huge mountain highly elevated. I remember being told by the guides voice saying I was to fly to the east side of this mountain using the sun as my guide. Hesitant to jump I imitated a take off twice before jumping off. I also remember being told use your gear to fly. So I launched my self off of the side of the mountain beginning to fly. Looking down was a large body of water to my left connecting to a white sand like beach. Green white and blue were the main noticebale colors i picked up. The altitude I was flying at things at ground level were very tiny but the mountain was huge. I completed my decent to what seemed to be a opening similar to the exiting port in the side of the mountain. The decent was not completely to the ground level more so mid mountain. Still a very high entrance  in the mountain. … I opened my eyes after I landed, felt like I was being led somewhere w/out enough knowledge to what was going on. Plus I was in no thought stealth mode so not too much time to contemplate, only do.

Lessons I learned:
These mental places are only a thought away. Once the thought is lined up correctly the images will begin to flow. Concentration and the  Use of breathe to build up the energy within is key to seeing.  Deep breaths activate the pulsation. Find your center in the middle of what seems to be swaying sensations and gain control of the flow of energy. An interesting sensation came over me once i began holding the citrine. A blanket energy felt like a wave of slow moving water surging over me. With these sensations the two usual reactions it causes me to take is first make note of it then allow myself to go deeper within the sensation. I think thats enough unearthly knowledge for today

Crystals: 3 Quartz 2 Citrine 2 Amethyst 1 Shatuckkite 1 Black Tourmaline 1 Lapis .. Setup in a circle seated in the center holding Lapis and Citrine.

Focus

Mung bean stew with squash and coconut milk

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A delicious Dish!

Ingredients:

* 1 cup split and hulled mung beans
* 1 tablespoon organic coconut oil or organic ghee (Indian clarified butter)
* 1 onion, peeled and diced
* 3 garlic cloves, peeled and minced
* 1 tablespoon fresh ginger, minced
* 1 Serrano or other hot chile pepper (seeded for a less spicy stew)
* 6 cups homemade turkey, chicken or vegetable stock or water
* 2 cups peeled, seeded and cubed butternut squash (or peeled and diced white or sweet potato)
* 1-2 large carrot, chopped
* 2 cups Swiss chard or collard greens, tough stems removed, and then chopped
* 2-3 teaspoons jaggery or brown sugar
* 2-3 teaspoons garam masala
* 1/2 teaspoon tumeric
* 1 can of organic unsweetened whole coconut milk- optional
* 1/2 teaspoon sea salt, or to taste (the amount of salt needed will depend on how salty your stock is)

directions:

1. Run cold water over mung beans in a colander. Drain and set aside.

2. Warm coconut oil or ghee in a large pot. Add onion, garlic, ginger and chile pepper and saute until fragrant. Add stock or water.

3. Add the mung beans and the squash, then add the rest of the vegetables and the spices. Stir well to combine all the ingredients and bring to a boil.

4. Reduce heat to a simmer and cook for 45 minutes to 1 hour, stirring occasionally, and adding more liquid if it becomes too thick. Remove from heat when everything is soft and cooked through.

5. Add optional coconut milk and stir well to combine and heat through. Add salt, taste, and adjust seasonings before serving.

Source: http://www.healthygreenkitchen.com/mung-bean-stew-with-butternut-squash.html

Scientists find new brain area for anxiety

Researchers have discovered that an area of the brain that was previously assumed to dampen response to stress, in fact does the opposite and directly promotes anxiety. In reporting their findings in the journal Cell, the investigators add a new dimension to the science of anxiety

They describe how they found a brain circuit that connects an area called the lateral septum (LS) with other brain structures in a way that directly affects anxiety.

Corresponding author David Anderson, the Seymour Benzer Professor of Biology at California Institute of Technology (Caltech) in Pasadena, says:

“Our study has identified a new neural circuit that plays a causal role in promoting anxiety states. Part of the reason we lack more effective and specific drugs for anxiety is that we don’t know enough about how the brain processes anxiety. This study opens up a new line of investigation into the brain circuitry that controls anxiety.”

Figures from the National Institutes of Mental Health show over 18% of adults in the US are affected by anxiety disorders, where people experience excessive worry or tension, often leading to physical symptoms.

Although previous research has focused primarily on the amygdala as being the region in the brain that processes anxiety, Prof. Anderson and colleagues had a hunch that the LS might also be involved, so they decided to study it using mice.

Full Article: http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/272114.php

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Mycology – The scientific study of fungi. The first time I went looking for mushrooms with my boy Jordan (RIP) was quite magical. Blue Wylies were the type he would forage north Georgia. We pulled up to a spot behind a playground with a small area filled with trees that separated the park from the horse stable. He warned me to be in and out cause this spot was hot but he also brought a spliff to burn while we was there. Jordan had that type of logic. 5 minutes of looking around we saw nothing he told me to spark the spliff , I lit it and 5 seconds later it seemed like mushrooms all of sudden started appearing. We left with 2 grocery bags filled of fresh dark blue Wiley mushrooms. I was 16 at the time and thought we could always find them wild but that wasn’t the case. This forced me to learn how to grow mushrooms myself and I still wish I had a sample of blue wileys to clone. I’ll always appreciate him for putting me on. This is the Liberation Pack from @myco_dogon_west 3 Agar Plates 1 Genetics Plate 1 Spore print 1 Art piece / Giveaway Entry If your interested in growing and studying this is a good place to begin. Plus it’s an affordable hobby/ field of learning. #mycology #cubensis #growmushrooms #mushrooms #psilocybinmushrooms #psilocybe

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