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The session was recorded and he was able to reconstruct “the trip” and his thoughts very thoroughly. Also the reference to Plato’s mistake was remarkable. May 14, Aman Gupta rated it it was amazing. Agte get the connection he’s trying to make between the artist mind and that of one on mind-altering drugs, it’s just that I don’t find it all that enthralling.
Now though, it’s lost its edge. Lists with This Book.
An interesting section, which I expect has been more thoroughly researched by now, discusses adrenochrome, a product of the decomposition of adrenalin. The function of the brain and nervous system is to protect us from being overwhelmed and confused by this mass of largely useless and irrelevant knowledge, by shutting out most of what we should otherwise perceive or remember at any moment, and leaving only that very small and special selection which is likely to be practically useful.
We have a little more leeway these days, but what do we do with it?
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When we are under the effects of Mescaline we realize that “All is in all – that All is actually each. Huxley thought it prevented the brain from filtering input from our senses, thereby making everything intense and amazing.
Great essay and absolute reading recommendation! This is exactly the point of view Huxley uses here. Open Preview See a Problem?
Dharma, arte y percepción visual
He records the entire process and later sits to write – rather poetically – his experience with the hallucinogenic drug.
I guess I just didn’t have the same mind-expanding experience as Morrison had when reading this. I mean, if you’ve got to use filler in a dhar,a page novette, the book probably could’ve just been a lengthy article or pamphlet.
Huxley observes that flowers, tables, landscapes and art objectively manifest themselves and present truths which are ensconced under the biased lens through which we perceive reality. Una joya que no tiene el reconocimiento que merece. Huxley knows that having an objective artte revealed to you is akin to Schizophrenia and he asserts that psychedelic drugs give us the heavens of Schizophrenia without its many hells.
I needn’t have bothered. I found psrcepcin to be quite fascinating. He died at 5: Like Arre mentioned, it is well written, at least, and there are some interesting passages and ideas, albeit, ones that would have been better suited for a fiction novel. In the average Madonna or Apostle the strictly human, fully representational element accounts for about ten per cent of the whole.
Oercepcin 27, Kyle van Oosterum rated it it was amazing Shelves: Aug 17, Tom rated it it was amazing. His sickness consists in the inability to take refuge from inner and outer reality as the sane person habitually does in the homemade universe of common sense – the strictly human world of useful notions, shared symbols and socially acceptable conventions.
The Doors of Perception by Aldous Huxley
Also, imagining the guy hunching next to the bamboo legs of a chair whilst gazing at them with childlike delight is a nice little visual. He spent the latter percepcn of his life in the United States, living in Los Angeles from until his death dhagma Ultimately, it felt rather broken up, mystical, and chaotic—a little like the high he describes and perhaps deliberately so.
He doesn’t get into all that The best book I have ever read.
Huxley recalls the insights t experienced, which range from the “purely aesthetic” to “sacramental vision”. See all 4 questions about The Doors of Perception…. View all 17 comments.
Esto, desde luego no es sorprendente. That is how our brain has evolved and how we have risen to the top of the food chain but look at what we eat! Return to Book Page.