Dimethyltryptamine is the most potent hallucinogen known to man and has been tagged the “Spirit Molecule” by Dr. Rick Strassman of the Cottonwood Research Institute. It is produced naturally within the pineal gland while dreaming and during death. Users have related near-death experiences and most share similar if not identical visions of otherworldly creatures and environments. I have my own personal reasons for asking this…very strange.
I’m doing a project on Buddhism and I came upon this story about Buddha’s first meditation. There was this one profound moment where Buddha was sitting under a tree; the shadow of the tree did not move…but the shadows of all the other trees around him did move. What is so “great” about this and what could it mean/symbolize?
Do you think that since God also made trees, He put into them some form of consciousness, at least to be conscious of the need for water, the changing of the seasons, the wind and the cold and the storm? Could they be operating at a slower vibration than higher life forms, so that they do not catch anything except major events, whereas a human being is faster and aware of almost everything that happens?