How do I detach my mind/consciousness from my body?
>>21105493take a saw and slice off your headwarning: you won't be able to re-attach shit afterwards
Jump of the roof and snap ur neck mid ear
Upload your mind into a computer body.But if you do that you will leave the spirit behind because they can't copy it.
>>21105493Just drink some dxm
Set an alarm for like 4am, wake up at 4, and start screaming. It will increase your vibrations until you slip into the alstral plane. Stop screaming. Get your ass beat by some demons
Drop heart beat below 50 then step out. It is that easy.
>>21105493Two tabs and gram of high grade coke ,and weed for the come down .
go to sleep.
I once insufflated 160 milligrams of dipropyltryptamine and broke through to the otherside behind the curtains. I was no more and just am, because my existence ceased to exist. Over the course of an arbitrary amount of unit, since time is a man-made construct used to measure duration, human conditions formed. This ball of consciousness, which was the new I in a way, was then able to experience feelings, emotions, sensations and thoughts. These normal, mundane human conditions were extrasensory for an incorporeal being such as the new I. I was everything and nothing simultaneously, while being present here and there, and ultimately experiencing everything from every single direction with no sense of orientation of where I existed on the plane. Even though I did not exist, I don't quite know how to explain this story without the use of the pronoun I in order to refer to the self, so I often find myself using the term new I. The most fun part about this whole experience was having discourse with myself about metaphysical topics such as: existence, reality and I.t. drug-induced schizo
>>21105493Imagine detaching your head and putting it in a raft that is carried out to sea.
>>21105712>>21105493What he said op. Dissociatives r your friend
>>21107343I like your consciousness
You don't. Consciousness is an emergent property of the the nervous system and the supporting body environment. It is ontologically "embodied", although it has been argued that some functional processes could be considered partially disembodied, a conception that I find compelling, but it's somewhat besides the point because it isn't the same as what you're asking about (read Alva Noë's "Experience Without the Head" for an extrapolation on this idea of extended cognition). Ultimately, there is not escape. But if you can, even hypothetically if you are a dualist or nondualist, consider yourself an element of a complete and internally consistent/dependent monophysical system, then the boundaries between the "internal" 'mind world' and the "external" 'real world' are technically non-existent. You can take psychedelic drugs such as psilocybin, LSD, and mescaline, among others, to "feel" this sensation of "oneness" and non-distinction. Other drugs such as DMT can give you the phenomenological impression that you've become "mentally" disembodied, but the current understanding of ontology would indicate that despite the apparent experience, such is not the case. Only an illusory perception of disembodiment will occur, facilitated by the properties of your brain itself interacting with the drugs, but physically your "mind" will remain constrained within the same basic frame of reference, your body.
>>21105523you taken it?