Diet and OBEs

Discussion in 'Substances, Herbs and Supplements' started by Karin, Oct 17, 2014.

  1. CFTraveler

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    This may or may not fit in. I had some melatonin that I tried to use to reset our clocks (DST here now). I gave one to my son and took one too. That night I spent the whole night in a state of light sleep, constantly dreaming or having nightmares. I never got deep enough or could surface enough to get lucid. The next morning my son told me about all the nightmares he had and the bad night he had of light sleep too. We're not taking that ever again. But I wonder if this, done properly (I just wanted to sleep and never tried to project) would help. Except for the nightmares.
     
  2. Karin

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    Thanks for sharing that, CFTraveler. I am one of those people who can't tolerate melatonin supplements either, even in very small doses. For me it is amazingly effective at removing my intestinal pain when nothing else works (there are tons of melatonin receptors in the intestines), but it does not agree with my brain at all. I quickly get depressed when I take it, I sleep poorly, etc... so it is not worth it. I haven't tried melatonin since I started projecting, and I am not planning to.

    The melatonin topic is interesting though, because melatonin is produced by the pineal gland like DMT is very likely to be too (it has been shown in animals but not yet in humans), and I am personally convinced that DMT plays a big role in projections. I might start a thread on the pineal gland soon, I am still gathering articles from the scientific literature.

    BTW, I discontinued that SuperFood herbal supplement I mentioned above. Even if it did seem to help my energy levels at first and I did have a nice projection while on it, my immune system has been completely screwed up in the past few weeks. Could all be just coincidences, but I am pretty disappointed. That being said, I am highly sensitive, so maybe other people can tolerate this but I can't.
     
  3. omcasey

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    Oh I like Dr. Schulze's.. They are actually located right here where I am, found them via Bashar, who sent me there to get a couple of their formulas to help the anomaly at the back of my head. Boy oh boy did it work. ( ! ). This said, it has been some time since I have partook in their fare.
     
  4. Karin

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    Yes that's exactly why I tried this product, because I heard Bashar recommend this line several times. Since I am so into his teachings, and my subconscious demonstrated that it is on board too, I thought there might be a chance this would work for me. I was planning to try this first, then go into the full organ detox steps. In the past I have gone deep into diet, detox and supplements in my quest for self-healing, and ran into a lot of trouble because my system is so sensitive. But the past is the past, and I was hoping it might be different this time because I am not the same I used to be.

    I am glad you posted this, Casey, and hope my post above won't discourage people to try this line that obviously works great for many people. When I said I am disappointed, I should have specified I am disappointed in myself. I am a big believer in healing through diet, detox and natural means. And I think it goes beyond healing sickness, it also is one of the keys to restore natural abilities we have to tune in to a greater reality.
     
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  5. blossom

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    I think I need to buy a slow cooker!!
     
  6. subtle traveler

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    I have decided to place this here (and not in a new thread).

    Dr. Norm Shealy did the big talk at TMI’s Professional Seminar this year (last year it was William Buhlman). The seminar topic this year was healing and wellness. While not directly related to OBE’s, I wanted to post this particular talk here because it has VERY GOOD information in it. Dr. Shealy spouts data and facts more knowledgeably and confidently about health better than probably anyone I have heard (even Dr. Oz) in the last couple of years. His emphasis on the importance of certain hormones (like DHEA in this talk) is spot on imho.



    The talk is over an hour, but again, it is loaded with facts. Based on what I have seen in the last 2 to 3 years, I probably could not recommend a better video. It is worth your time, if you are interested improving your health and want to get caught up on the topic of under-regarded hormones like DHEA.
     
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  7. Plume

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    Will check this out next month data , it look like I might get a tower on my barn with 300 GB :D:D:D
    Thanks !
     
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  8. subtle traveler

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    Glad that good things are coming your way, Ingrid.

    We are currently using 100 mps, and it's more than enough for us with 11 or 12 devices wirelessly connected throughout the house.
     
  9. Karin

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    Oh great to hear, Plume!!! Maybe a symbolic reflection of connecting with the bigger picture? :)
     
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    I'm not into the "healing craze" but found his lecture fascinating. I also have several friends who will enjoy this. Thanks for sharing.
     
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    Sure ... not a problem ... glad you found it beneficial.
     
  12. Patricia125

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    According to me the feeding strategies in these societies should be more designed to increase children's intake and reduce distress.
     
  13. MtnGoat

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    well i'll throw my 2 cents in here too. I would guess one wants to be as healthy as possible. All your body needs is to just be low on blood sugar and one is mentally fatigued before muscles give out. Key warning sign to those in high alpine country, or any hard trail. So the mind is sensitive.

    now the Taoist and Qigong monks utilize TCM herbs in the category of 'Shen' which is mind/spirit. They do it to assist w calm mind in meditation and it works, BUT i dont know if it would assist psychic events. I havent thought to try. Those monks would say that results from their energy manipulation skills. I do like was crystals can do in certain specific ways, but i'm unorthodox in how i use those.
     
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    I have not found what I eat to have an influence on whether or not I have an OBE.
    BUT what I have noted is that what I eat or don't eat definitely influences the 'type' or 'level' of experience I have.

    Fats, protein, vegetables = higher cosmic/energetic level events.

    Fruits = lower level astral events

    Junk food = all over the place.

    By far my most lucid OBEs, dreams, phases (everything) come from being sick and not eating or sleeping well.
     
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  15. MtnGoat

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    Sounds right; just look at people who are hyperglycemic - high one moment, then crashing the next. While feeling sick one is likely sleeping more shallow, tossing and turning w bodily discomforts. Dreams will naturally be more vivid w the shallow sleeping and frequent waking - just what physiology does.

    It would be nice to be consistently well and level, but then there's those hormone changes, changes in blood sugar, and general aggravation w conflicts, .... etc.
     
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    Many have reported better results when, for instance, they travel, and sleep in places they are not familiar with, e.g., motels. etc. Bob Peterson is one of them: http://robertpeterson.org

    Also, those who use "supplements" such as the popular galantamine, know that the amount you take is very important and more is not necessarily better as it seems to behave like coffee: A bit is fine, a bit more and nothing happens and you just stare at the ceiling for the next few hours:
    https://www.amazon.com/gp/customer-...ef=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B00IJQCA6E

    Lots of patience and trial and error seem to be the key here.
     
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  17. Plume

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    For me lucid dreaming happen often when I had a some red wine :rolleyes: which I could say that my sleep was not so deep and easy for me to be aware I guess. Also when stress because I need to get up soon for some reasons :cool:when having a great nap. Love my naps but that will come later in life o_O
    Jeez! I know it’s all my fault... over achiever type and with a mixe of workaholic ...
    Maybe I should just be irresponsible like I use to be and start red wine again:)
    But then again ... better this way and that is history now....:D
     
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  18. Karin

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    I don't consider red wine irresponsible. In fact, I have always had trouble tolerating even very small amounts of alcohol, but I do drink a little bit of red wine every day for medicinal purposes (I take it in an oral medication syringe... just kidding). A little spike of poison here and there can be good to stimulate our own detox capabilities, especially when it's loaded with alcohol-soluble antioxidants like resveratrol.
     
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  19. Plume

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    I would love to have just a bit but my body is reactive to any alcohol now for some reason. o_O :(
    I go all red and my head feel like it’s on fire:eek: so that is it for me. Eh! I had my share over the years and will make that sacrifice when I am on vacation which is rare anyway :confused:
    My fave is blue cheese and a baguette with red wine.
    When I traveled in Europe that would be my meals at the hotel:D
    :)
     
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  20. MtnGoat

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    For me it really has nothing to do with diet. Its purely about the spiritual season, so-to-speak, then my attitude, and whether someone comes and tells me to go and just gets me. Training is more about energy and awareness cultivation (and time) then diet.,
     
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