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The Stranger Next Door
It took me six years to find an 11 consecutive days that I could take off to do a Vipassana Meditation Retreat.
I’m 26 years old and heard about the Vipassana from a friend in my senior year of college. I was really excited about it then but I was working two jobs and, at the time, I didn’t believe in taking vacations. I had been working nonstop up until about six months ago when I resigned from my position at a top-tier radio station in Manhattan and decided to take my life in a new direction.
I was a focused, dedicated, smart, compassionate, virtuous, moral, creative young adult who happened to have found myself in a number of miserable sales role for the last six years of my life. A meditation retreat seemed to be the perfect way to solidify my creative ambitions and gain some clarity.
Disclaimer: Mystical experiences are not to be taken lightly. These are not recreational indulgences. A previously established serious meditative practice will render the below suggestions most effective.
The reason why this system works is because the naturally occurring DMT chemical, popularly believed to be manufactured within our pineal gland (or third eye), is at its greatest levels of concentration during sleep. By interrupting the sleep cycle during its height, we are capitalizing on this natural abundance of the spirit molecule. Additionally, many ancient cultures and indigenous people maintain the belief that the veil between this world and the spirit world is at its thinnest between the hours of 3am-4am.