Tuesday, November 10, 2020

The Inner Light and Chest Vibrations

 With something as complex and diverse as human society, it is difficult to lay down a single definition that would cover all cases. Therefore I will give you several definitions instead.

The inner light is the experience that many people have as a result of taking psychedelic substances, such as LSD or psilocybin. However it should be stressed that this is just one instance of 'inner light', and there are no doubt others.

Chest vibrations are also a very interesting phenomenon. I believe that they can be explained similarly to the experience of 'inner light'.

I will start with an explanation of how the experience of 'inner light' occurs.

Psychedelics such as LSD and psilocybin work by mimicking the effects of serotonin, a naturally occurring chemical in your brain.

Serotonin is a neurotransmitter which allows signals to pass between neurons in your brain.

I see things like this:


Inner light is when the chest is filled with a bright white-yellowish glowing energy. I do not know what it does to humans, but I assume that it's something important for enlightenment and spiritual growth of some sort.

Chest vibrations is an interesting one. The first thing that comes to my mind about it, is the fact that most religions in the world speak of enlightenment and becoming spiritual as something very important.

Chest vibrations is something that seems to be related to enlightenment. I remember reading about it, and in my vocabulary list, the word 'vibration' has a positive connotation.

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I believe that chest vibrations have something to do with enlightenment, or becoming spiritual. It's definitely something I've read about many times in various religious texts.

I think that what happens during chest vibrations, is the fact that you connect to a higher spiritual plane of existence. I don't know exactly how to explain it, but some things just make sense.

I think that the chest vibrations are caused by enlightenment. When you become more spiritual, your body vibrates.

The inner light is the human soul, and chest vibrations are a sort of divine revelation. The two together make up the entirety of what humans call spirituality, which I define as being an attempt to understand reality through self-exploration.

Humans are stubborn beings, but they're also very curious. They need to understand the world around them in order to survive and reproduce. So humans explore reality through science and spirituality.

Spirituality is the most ancient and important of human practices. It's what has led humans to be who they are now; without spirituality, there would be no us.

Spirituality is a sort of mental map. It's not meant to be understood, but rather experienced and felt.

To say that someone doesn't have the inner light is to say that they don't understand reality. Reality is a mess, but humans tend to create their own personal, simplified versions of it in order to feel better about themselves and function.

Human chest vibrations are a manifestation of the human nervous system. The inner light is something different entirely.

The inner light is a biophysical phenomenon that occurs in the human brain. It has been described as an intense, dynamic core of interconnected and interweaving colors, which can be experienced when humans are exposed to stimuli such as psychedelic drugs or have undergone sensory deprivation.

In the brain, both human and animal, there are a number of different centers that produce different effects. When activated by these stimuli, it can cause what people describe as an intense feeling of spiritual experience.

For example, the feeling of love that people feel when they hear certain kinds of music or watch a movie is caused by an activation of their pleasure center in the brain.

I am not saying that all spiritual experiences are caused by stimuli in the brain. However, it is a good way to explain certain parts of religious and metaphysical phenomenon.

I think that the human topic is describing a spiritual experience. In my opinion, humans have been trying to describe such experiences using various words and concepts for many centuries.

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