[Read] ➫ Opening the Doors of Perception ➳ Anthony Peake – Ebats.us

Opening the Doors of Perception In 1954 Aldous Huxley S Hugely Influential Book The Doors Of Perception Was Published Huxley S Title Is Taken From William Blake S 1793 Book The Marriage Of Heaven And Hell In This Blake Makes The Following Observation If The Doors Of Perception Were Cleansed Every Thing Would Appear To Man As It Is, Infinite For Man Has Closed Himself Up, Till He Sees All Things Thro Narrow Chinks Of His Cavern Opening The Doors Of Perception Will Update Huxley S Work And Suggest Process And Procedures Whereby Man Can, Indeed, Perceive Reality In Its True Glory The Book Will Be In Two Sections The First Will Discuss In Great Detail A Concept I First Introduced In My Book The Daemon A Guide To Your Extraordinary Secret Self I Termed This The Scale Of Transcendence And Suggested That There Is A Scale Of Perceptions Whereby The Doors Of Perception Are Slowly Opened And, Bit By Bit, They Reveal The True Nature Of Reality As Suggested By Most Esoteric Teachings And Mystic Traditions Most Human Beings Perceive The Doors As Being Securely Closed However There Are Occasions When The Doors Become Slightly Ajar And Allow Fleeting Glimpses Of What The Gnostics Called The Pleroma For Normal People These Glimpses Are Experienced During Fleeting Noetic Experiences However Forothers The Doors Are Prized Upon By Certain Neurological Processes Starting With Migraine And Progressing Through Various Altered States Such As Temporal Lobe Epilepsy, Bi Polar Syndrome, Autism And Finally, When The Doors Are Fully Open, Schizophrenia.

    10 thoughts on “[Read] ➫ Opening the Doors of Perception ➳ Anthony Peake – Ebats.us


  1. says:

    A brilliant read by a brilliant mind.


  2. says:

    This is a really intriguing book If you have a curiosity about the human psyche and the way we perceive the world around us, then you can t miss the opportunity to read this.Anthony Peake has clearly done his research and done it well If you read Huxley and didn t feel that you quite got everything you should have out of it, this book goes on to further his studies and intelligently explainof the ideas I liked that this book was easy to understand and that the author was careful to expl This is a really intriguing book I...


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    Peake connects subjects that are obscured in their relations to each other and shows the reader just how intimately they are coupled While some, or many, have a tendency to compartmentalize areas of study, he shows the bigger picture by bridging the confines of subjects such as consciousness and quantum mechanics and gives the reader a better understanding of their relation and how many areas of knowledge are needed for discerning who we are and where we come from.What I love the most about his Peake connects subjects that are obscured in their relations to each other and shows the reader just how intimately they are coupled While some, or many, have a tendency to compartmentalize areas of study, he shows the bigger picture by bridging the confines of subjects such as consciousness and quantum mechanics and gives the reader a better understanding of their relation and how many areas of knowledge are needed for discerning who we are and where we come from.What I love the most about his ideas are that fund...


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    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here How deep down the rabbit hole are you ready to go This book deserves six stars, Peake takes us on a ride through some of the strangest psychological, psychic and physics phenomena in the known universe From people stuck living segments of their lives, again and again, people living with temporal epilepsy experiencing years of life in a single frozen moment and migraine sufferers forced to painfully peer through cracks in the fabric of reality Everything within is examined with open minded ri How deep down the rabbit hole are you ready to go This book deserves six stars, Peake takes us on a ride through some of the strangest psychological, psychic and physics phenomena in the known universe From people stuck living segments of the...


  5. says:

    Intriguing, amazing scientific information In this book the author takes up his binary theory of daemon and eidolon from his earlier works, continues with Aldous Huxley s work on altered states of consciousness, and further builds on Huxley s concept of the brain as a reducing valve which filters and discards sensory information, censors the perception o...


  6. says:

    A little heady but the underlying message as to what he thinks reality is and why is pretty comprehensive and mind blowing.

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