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Consciousness in Exile: A Shamanic Perspective ~ Sergey Baranov

Consciousness in Exile: 

A Shamanic Perspective.

By Sergey Baranov, Wake Up World.

February 15, 2019. 

 
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Consciousness in Exile: We Need It Back! – A Shamanic Perspective

Humanity has reached a point in history where major decisions have to be made. As we approach an existential crisis as a species, we must rethink and re-evaluate our way of life, and the outcome of this deeply introspective process will determine our future. Just as every individual goes through personal crises during the growth process, we are collectively at such a crisis point now. Adolescent, irresponsible and silly, we seem to think we understand the world and know better than those who came before us, but we have no apparent guardian to rely upon. The teenager can rely on his parents to guide him on his path. We are told that we have such guidance by religious leaders, gurus, babas, self-proclaimed prophets and the luminaries of science but, from personal experience and a lifelong spiritual search, I came to the conclusion that nobody really knows and none of these self-declared mentors possess a cure for personal and collective madness. Their methods, therapies and ideas are only mildly effective in helping with minor issues.
This is what psychology is all about. When it comes to serious problems such as the need for purpose and meaning — why to live or not to live, and if yes then how— mainstream psychology, religion and spirituality can only hook you up to their life-support machines via soothing words or poorly understood pharmaceuticals. You will live, with the aid of these brittle crutches, but your life will have little color. This is, in fact, the message I seek to deliver:  not the message from Orion , the Pleiades, Alpha Centauri or Andromeda — these ‘’messages’’ I’ll leave to the professional ‘’messengers’’ — but the message I hear in my heart, the simple, clear voice reaching to us from mother Earth. This intuitive, yet rational, pure communication would most likely fit psychiatry’s description of schizophrenia, but I assure you that it would not be difficult for me to face anyone from the field and convince them otherwise.
There is nothing crazy about loving and communing with the heart, blood and lungs of the planet. That which makes the planet alive is currently sick, perhaps even dying. There is nothing insane about feeling a bond with nature and finding healing peace in it. There is nothing strange about enjoying the sound of birds, the rivers, the feel of sunshine and warm wind. There is nothing weird about feeling a spiritual bond with animals and plants we share this planet with. And there is nothing wrong about seeking physical, emotional, mental and spiritual healing by using sacred plants. Unfortunately, these great teachers are seized and suppressed by those who do not have our best interests at heart. These are the people who have assumed divine right to command others. Of course, their sense of superiority is utterly false and the product of a continuum of illusions: digits on the screen, media attention, fancy banquets and red carpets. But these only signify material wealth which translates into social control.  If, however, such “masters” were to appear in front of a jury, perhaps most of them would be found in contempt of the court. Thus, judging by a moral standard, those who thought to be inferior are actually superior and vice versa.
None of my friends would support a bill to send people to kill other people and get killed themselves. None of my friends would support a corporate fascism gone rampant, destroying our environment and the lives of our children to make more money. None of my friends would bail out banks while letting working families go have their lives ruined via material want. None of my friends would support a life style which helps some to die from obesity while others starve to death. None of my friends would criminalize safe and effective medicines while making experimental and dangerous drugs legal.
But none of my friends are bankers, corporate heads and politicians. Thus, like me, they must obey and live under the iron fist of unjust law.
Unfortunately, this is the true history of our world. Perhaps it was different before the creation of money. People fished and hunted to get fed and no one was in control of their lives. Their natural needs were their motivation. This was also the time when the preacher didn’t exist. No one was stupid enough to endanger their lives hunting a bear just to give a portion of it to someone who would tell him about the glory of a mysterious afterlife of which the preacher could truly know nothing. No one would give a piece of meat in exchange for shallow words. People were pragmatic because life demanded them to be so. No one would leave their family in a cave and follow a weirdo who claims that he is reincarnated Christ or others who tells that enlightenment is just a lifetime ahead.
So why today, being evolved in so many ways, do we retain childish, illogical imaginings, absurd notions and idiotic rants when it comes to the core of our lives, our freedom?  Why today do we stand like drunken people, silently and passively observing their own execution?
Why today are we fed pharmaceutical and spiritual poison while an abundance of consciousness expanding, healing plants are known and available? These plants are accessible and very effective. By rejecting this hand given to us by nature we reject the opportunity to heal, understand ourselves and the world. If our world is made of cognition, then consciousness is the fuel we need most. And if sacred plants can easily seed the fields of our minds and grow consciousness, then this is where we must direct our resources.
Can you imagine the impact on human life if a purchase of just one fighter jet F-35 was cut so that 135 million dollars[1] could be directed to consciousness research? What do you think the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS) could do with this funding? Can you imagine the impact on our health if a purchase of just one nuclear submarine was canceled and its $1.7 Billion dollars[2] were given to independent researchers in search of a cure for cancer? Can you fathom the results on our education if the purchase of one aircraft carrier was shelved and 13 billion dollars [3] were given to a group of the brightest individuals and educators of our time to work together and create a better curriculum for our kids? Or if a mere fraction of it could be given to the brightest engineers to fashion the technology we need to power the Earth with alternative, clean sources of energy? Can you imagine our world without hunger and poverty? All it takes is the cancellation of a few wars![4] It seems to me that the evolutionist has missed the point. Instead of arguing over the origin of man and search for the missing link between the monkeys and the human, they should be searching for the missing links between humans. This research can use some help!
I see an urgent need for a collective effort to fund independent consciousness research via psychedelics, attracting the best hearts and minds we have. We need to take our world back and let human potential be realized in a constructive way. Disempowered by the lack of psychedelic experiences, we are floating away from the treasure island which is our planet Earth.
We have a surplus of destructive technologies, but we also have the technology to deal with the problem of consciousness. These are sacred plants and psychedelics, the too-often neglected link between humanity and nature. Psychedelic experience brings people together and lets them see their commonalities as greater than their differences. We even have professional technicians to operate the equipment. All we need is a change in law which holds everything back. In fact, it holds back the survival and evolution of our species, which makes  psychedelic prohibition a crime against humanity.
Psychedelics can open many doors and their greatest gift, at this vital moment, is the realization that our world is worth saving.  Our industrialized culture has many tanks: we have fuel tanks, water tanks, military tanks and even alleged “think-tanks”, but we don’t have a significant “psychedelic tank” that a sane world could lawfully assemble to help us grasp higher consciousness. Such a group of individuals working together, not needing to compete individually just to put food on their plates, would gather momentum to heighten consciousness, to develop a social sanity out of which better ideas would emerge. However, with the pressure of modern life, restrained by time, money and freedom, enormous human potential is being lost. It’s great to have a sensory deprivation tank somewhere in the city, where people can disconnect briefly from their mouse-wheel and relax, but what we need is a greater, psychedelic tank to roll over the insanity and delusion which seems to rise with every single day.
What kind of a society have we created, where people struggle to connect with one another through necessitated misery and pain? It feels hopeless because all you see around you is the same shit you are in. It seems like there is no way out of the vicious circle. When was the last time you used a subway in a New York or a London? If you haven’t, perhaps it is worth the experience. This is how millions of people start and end their every day. A dark, cold, noisy, unfriendly environment, full of people who, just like you, hate to be there. These are your unconscious companions on your life journey. Did you ever ask yourself why you live in the city? Did it ever occur to you that a toxic city life may be the root cause for depression and anxiety? Spiritually deprived and unhappy, you are forced through daily drudgery. Artificial modern culture exacerbates the problem. Out of desperation and loneliness people fall into all kinds of addictions, join bizarre cults and believe in strange, circular ideas, all just to escape their prescribed misery. Others end up being under the train which takes you to work.
Intuitively, we feel the need to restore the inner and outer order.  But this task is impossible without the help of our immeasurably intelligent plant teachers, which have withstood the test of millions of years of evolution and are available for us to heal the self-hating, neurotic egos that have been programmed into us.
We are told by spiritual leaders that we don’t need psychedelics plants, that it’s just enough to cross our legs and breath, but as enlightening as such practices may be, a degree in leg crossing now comes too slowly to solve personal and global problems. These are slow acting technologies and we have run out of time to rely upon them. We are, and have been for millennia, gravitating towards nature and shamanic ecstasy. A symbiosis between us and the natural world is not the stuff of fantasy but a fundamental law of nature and a force as certain as gravity. And just as particles are pulled together by the force of gravity, we are pulled together by the innate desire to connect.
What kind of a world are we living in today when a Law of Nature is illegal to practice? Religion is a child of psychedelic experiences that has denounced his progenitor. Humanity is the prodigal son which must return home. Wretched, lost, fallen into poverty and despair, it crawls back to Nature for help. The spiritual leaders fail us, like our philosophers and political leaders. They are all pursuing their own agenda, while caring less for the rest of us. It is time to embrace life and reclaim our hearts and minds.
This is what I see in the classical painting of The Return of the Prodigal Son by Rembrandt. Besides the clear message of forgiveness and mercy, masterfully represented by the Baroque artist, I see humanity represented by the Prodigal Son, and Mother Nature in the figure of the father. This painting is an archetype for spiritual awakening, an insight that takes it out of religious context.
The plants are real and their dimensions are accessible for us. And that is the truth.
Clear thinking leads to evolution. Confusion leads to extinction. We don’t have scarcity of resources and plants. We only lack guidance and a warm, legal climate in which we can comfortably explore consciousness.
In the absence of psychedelics, our egos grow like cancer, eventually consuming the host. We think we are becoming Gods by being able to split the atom and slice genes, a dangerous technology without humility and spiritual understanding. But in fact, we may be becoming arrogant morons who are on the brink of destroying everything that has been created on Earth by man and the Universe.  There is another way.  We can and must take it.
References:
[1] http://content.time.com/time/nation/article/0,8599,1975139,00.html
 
[2] https://thediplomat.com/2014/05/us-navy-orders-10-virginia-class-submarines-at-a-record-cost-of-17-6-billion
 
[3] https://www.marketwatch.com/story/the-us-navys-new-13-billion-aircraft-carrier-will-dominate-the-seas-2016-03-09
 
[4] http://911truth.org/cost-us-wars-since-911-1-6-trillion
 
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Baranov is the founder of Huachuma Wasi, a healing center in The Sacred Valley of the Incas, Peru. He is the author of Path: Seeking Truth In a World of LiesThe Mescaline Confession: Breaking Through the Walls of Delusion and Write Your Zen in 30 Days. Sergey’s passion for life on Earth and its preservation is the driving force behind his work.
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Segunda-feira, 11 / 02 / 19

A.I. and the Synthetic Reality – a Shamanic Perspective ~ Sergey Baranov

A.I. and the Synthetic Reality.

a Shamanic Perspective 

By Sergey Baranov, Wake Up World

February 8, 2018 


 

 

Horrors and Hopes for the Future – a Shamanic Perspective

Technology is valuable, but must be advanced with great wisdom and caution.
In my recent book, The Mescaline Confession [1], I wrote a chapter about a stark vision I one day received from the Huachuma cactus, warning of a future in which our own technology will devour us.  Huachuma, also known as San Pedro, is a sacred cactus native to the Andes which is shamanically used in Peru and has been for thousands of years.  Its active ingredient is the alkaloid mescaline, which was made known to the world by Aldous Huxley in his book The Doors of Perception [2]. 
Technology, the cactus told me, is not our God — it is our servant. Technology itself is a tool that is neither inherently good nor bad, but technology without wisdom is weaponized stupidity.  Recently, I stumbled upon a profound essay that echoed these revelations quite closely, Why the Future Doesn’t Need Us [3], published by Bill Joy in Wired magazine way back in April, 2000.  Primarily about the potential dangers of giving artificial intelligence (AI), robotics and nanotechnology greater autonomy and control over their given roles, it also critiqued the rabid transhumanist movement, a giddy group, hell-bent on merging our bodies and minds with computer technology in a quest for god-like, never-ending life.  What these people fail to realize is that our short time here already can and does lead to immortality of much greater value, that living and dying cannot be easily separated, and that ancient technologies for understanding the absolutely essential nature of life and death have existed for millennia, upon the very ground on which we stand.
Then quite rudimentary, transhumanism has come a long way in 19 years, attracting growing numbers of devotees seeking to “improve humanity” (but really just their own) by embedding and/or replacing their bodies more and more significantly with tech, making us “better” and even — their primary goal — “immortal”.  Joy’s piece has only become more relevant as we stampede toward the unknown consequences of bio-technological integration.
An eminent computer scientist and co-founder of Sun Microsystems, where he served as chief scientist for over 20 years, Joy is no Luddite and states this very carefully. Indeed, he has contributed over many years to marked increases in the power of software, but this only gives him a more personal sense of responsibility for the darker turns it might take.  While expressing deep concern over the development of modern technologies, he raises important ethical questions which we’d be wise to consider today, similar in theme to those the sacred cactus revealed to me that difficult afternoon in The Sacred Valley.
I was far from this subject until that one Huachuma ceremony four years ago, during which a disturbing, dystopian future was shown to me. I was taken by a vision of the future in which humanity was no longer in charge. It was on the verge of collapse. A species which made it through millions of years of evolution, growing and learning, now faced extinction. It was such a dire, seemingly inescapable fate, that all my being yielded to sadness. What can be done? I was silently asking. What was the solution to a big problem we ourselves are inexorably creating? The answer didn’t come that day, but later I came to understand that the answer was already in my hands, body and spirit.
Like Joy, I am no Luddite, but a line needs to be drawn.  Technology is valuable, but must be advanced with great caution.  As I wrote in The Mescaline Confession:
“I need my phone because it helps me stay connected to my family. At the same time, it also connects me to The Matrix with all its fear and madness. The lives of billions of people are brewing daily in my pocket. This, I thought, was the dark side of technology, which charms us with convenience, but in fact claims our mind. Convenience, I thought, was the Trojan horse allowing the virus to access our minds at virtually any time, a self-terminating virus meant to simulate life to destroy it.”
While some are looking up to psychics, who shake in epileptic seizures, or listen to gurus in white robes and holy preachers, others simply observe the world with open eyes. It is the same world we see every day going to work, but seeing it through a trance-like state which is maintained by certain cultural forces, thus preventing us from seeing naked reality.
John Carpenter demonstrated this in his movie They Live [4], which he wrote and directed in 1988. Ostensibly a science fiction/horror film, it shows a reality in which the ruling class are an alien species, concealing their appearance under human form. Their true, hideous faces and ruthless manipulation of human society could only be revealed through special sunglasses, devised by an underground resistance.  These fresh eyes also exposed subliminal messages embedded in the cultural landscape, demanding that we OBEY, CONSUME and CONFORM.
Leaving the notion of aliens to sci-fi, we do truly live beneath such a deceptive veil. The cultural hypnosis remains rather vivid to those wearing the actual “sunglasses” readily available to all — plant medicine. Besides the growing mechanisms of societal control, as in George Orwell’s 1984 [5] and Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World [6], there is another theme which becomes apparent the moment you put on the sanity lenses. You begin to see the rise of mental illness and the legitimization of insanity. Political correctness used as a tool for coercion is often applied to this task. People are used as pawns in social experiments, unwittingly herded together as a doped, human shield against sanity. Psychology misused can become a psychological bio weapon, targeting people from within to turn them against themselves and others. This zombification is happening on a grand scale right now, but the tools with which to do it are becoming more powerful.  The forces behind this are a whole other question, but the fact that our modern world is nurturing madness with increasing precision is obvious and beyond all argument.
The transhumanist agenda’s hysterical craving for eternal life is more likely an insane drive toward what, I believe, will be a human-free future in which cold calculation will rule the world, pushing true humanity to extinction. Perhaps it is nothing more than the same old fear of death.  The idea of uploading human consciousness into a computer in search of immortality is a digital analogue of the religious belief in a heavenly afterlife. The only difference: their version of Heaven is virtual.
The lure of immortality has entranced humanity for thousands of years, but we have always possessed countless ways to attain it.  Many have in fact achieved immortality throughout human history; Classic Greek philosophers, the builders of ancient Egypt, the musicians and writers of medieval ages in Europe and many others have acquired it by making a lasting dent in human history, influencing the way we live and think today. They have become immortals in our minds and culture. On what seems a smaller scale, but I think no less significant, your parents are made immortal by bringing you into this world.  Today, however, with advances in science and technology, immortality has taken on new meaning. Taken literally, the pursuit for everlasting individual life is now running full steam in Silicon Valley, bringing my frightening vision closer to a reality.
The transhuman desire to extend the body and mind with technology is actually a desperate attempt to compensate for a sense of incompleteness that will never be fulfilling.  The incompleteness that they feel is illusory and can only be overcome through self-realization.
Transhumanism wouldn’t be a big concern if prominent tech people such as the figurehead of the movement, Ray Kurzweil, were not involved. Obsessed with transhumanism, Kurzweil is a leading voice in futurism and development, having invented the digital scanner and made many accurate predictions about the course of computer tech. He currently runs Google’s machine learning program.  In his article, Bill Joy recounts an interaction with Ray in a hotel bar, where the latter gave him a partial pre-print of his then forthcoming book, The Age of Spiritual Machines [7].  It outlined a utopia he foresaw – one in which humans gained near immortality by becoming one with robotic technology. Reading it, his sense of unease only intensified; he felt that he understood the negative potential of this “utopia”, understanding the probability of a bad outcome along this path.
It seems unlikely, for example, that transhumanists have given much thought as to what life would bewithout death.  In my first book, Path: Seeking Truth in a World of Lies [8], I recounted my near-death experience in Mexico in 2008, during a peyote ceremony.  Numerous deadly scorpion stings on my thighs took me very close to the precipice between life and death during the three hellish days that followed.  I believed that I was dying during much of this time, giving me a deep insight into the vital, inextricable relevance that our inevitable death has to life.  Death, I learned, is my friend:  the overarching motivator to truly live.  Without death, I realized, we wouldn’t seek to achieve the things that we do with the urgency that our brief existence in this world demands.  Life’s vibrancy is in fact dependent on its inescapable demise.  Death makes us human.
The delusion of digital utopia provided by AI has raised concerns in many people, among them the firebrand technologist, Elon Mask, but his solution may lead to deeper problems.  In a recent appearance on the Joe Rogan Experience, when asked about the danger of AI, Musk responded that he’d warned influential people, including then US president Barack Obama, of the dangers inherent in advancing the technology — that it’s the genie in the bottle. His warning sadly fell on deaf ears.  This, he indicated, partly inspired the creation of his new company, Neuralink Neurotechnology, in order to develop an implantable brain – computer interface.  Through symbiosis with artificial intelligence Musk believes we might withstand the existential threat to humanity posed by unchecked AI, enabling us to compete — or at least keep up — with our mysterious new silicon children.  Musk believes that the merging of humans and machines is inevitable, saying that if we cannot stop it, we should join it.  Joy asks in his article, “Given the incredible power of these new technologies, shouldn’t we be asking how we can best coexist with them?’’  Musk’s answer is to become, at least somewhat, more like them.
But can this “can’t beat ‘em, join ‘em” approach have a dark side?  While Musk’s Neuralink is apparently purely motivated and no doubt has positive applications, the potentials for its abuse are vast and terrifying.  With it, we are fast approaching a time where we will be able to order, for example, a pizza, by mere thought.  Since Neuralink and its like will almost certainly come to know our sub-conscious better than we think we can, it will soon be able to present us with a pizza delivery we didnt even know we wanted!  It will literally read our minds at depths of which we are rarely conscious, “Well, what do you know! I was hungry!”
Just as the inventors of the wheel did not conceive of them rolling under the tanks that crushed life in Tiananmen Square, there are surely dire consequences that will stem from the optimistic invention of Neuralink and AI.  Consequences of which we cannot presently conceive.  Those that we can conceive of are bad enough!  For example, as I write, people’s expressed thoughts can and are being used against them, destroying their lives.  A half-dazed, midnight tweet can ruin you.  And here we are, fast approaching a time when all of our most private contemplations, conscious or not, will be available to the elites as weapons to be used against us.  We are what we do, of course, not what we think.  We have broad imaginations, but are blessed with the moral ability to choose the ethical course of action.
Think about that, honestly…  As morally upright a human being as you may be, have you not had thoughts that, if exposed, might have ruined your relationships or social standing?  Wishing your neighbour ill, for example.  Many if not all of you have thought such “evil” things, some time, under certain circumstances.  How many more such dark ideas might you be suppressing beneath your consciousness?  As it advances, Neuralink mach 2, 3 or 8 will learn to see them, regardless.  It would be foolish to think we could keep our neuralink just between us and our PC.  Even now, your phone transmits all manner of information, from your very location to your favorite color to your heart rate.  Perhaps as soon as 2024, five years from now, our least compassionate “superiors” will possess a more powerful tool to find and prosecute “thought crime” than Orwell dared to imagine in his 1984
This rather depressing sentiment made me think of another strategy:  What if we humans form a resistance and collectively reject the notion itself?  I myself have no desire whatsoever to install any kind of silicone implant in my body in order to function “better” and compete with my calculator.  This is why I have the calculator, so it can do the calculation for me.  Most certainly I don’t want to become it.  Rather, I prefer to spend time in nature and use sacred plants which are the best link we have to an organic life on Earth.  The more I do it, the less I want to become a cyborg.  This is the technology that guides me toward my highest potential.  From the shamanic perspective, transhumanism appears to be a kind of cosmic virus which ironically promises life extension, but in fact threatens human life as we know it.
Thankfully, the earth has provided us with plant medicines which are the perfect antidote to the cosmic virus.  Human power structures, however, particularly in Western society, have made these psychoactive agents of our species’ immune system illegal!  They banned the cure!  Springing freely from the soil, plant medicines are the antibodies we need to combat spiritual disease.  With plant medicines we can embrace seemingly ephemeral, human life as it is.  They can easily help us to understand clearly the error of the transhumanist course and steer away from it, avoiding the surrender of too much decision-making to heartless, glorified calculators in the name of our precious, temporary convenience.  They teach us that it is mere egomania to attempt to literally live forever.
The more of us that experience the loving awareness provided by the whole plant Huachuma, the solution that I have found, the stronger our collective sanity becomes.  MAPS, the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies, and other organizations like it, are growing in size, respectability and influence. After countless years of spiritual human-plant connection — briefly paused by the rise of a relatively recent, consumerist machine — the plants are finally making their way back to the main stage.  We can only spread the word and hope that they reach enough people before we spiral ever deeper into mechanistic notions of “improved” existence.  I believe we may yet be shown the light before we are destroyed by our ever-increasing concessions to convenience.  There is nothing convenient about the end of our beautiful species.  We’re fine just the way we are.  We only need to realize it.  The technology to do so is, and always has been, close at hand.
References:
 
 
[3] Why the Future Doesn’t Need Us, Bill Joy, Wired, 2000
 
[4] They Live, John Carpenter, 1988
 
[5] 1984, George Orwell, 1949
 
[6] Brave New World, Aldous Huxley, 1932
 
 
[8] PATH: Seeking Truth in a World of Lies, Sergey Baranov, 2013
 
About the author:
Sergey Baranov is the founder of Huachuma Wasi, a healing center in The Sacred Valley of the Incas, Peru. He is the author of Path: Seeking Truth In a World of LiesThe Mescaline Confession: Breaking Through the Walls of Delusion and Write Your Zen in 30 Days. Sergey’s passion for life on Earth and its preservation is the driving force behind his work.
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