DRUGS AREN'T NEARLY AS HALLUCINOGENIC AS IDEAS.
When an idea is hallucinogenic, it is not only believable, it is life-changing. Every idea, ranging from God, to anxiety, to self-consciousness, is a form of hallucinogenic stimuli capable of altering an individual’s entire experience of life. By expanding your definition of hallucinations, you can develop the ability to see the invisible forces pulling everyone's strings.
In Hallucination Theory, Spencer Gold presents a philosophy that provides more than just the tools required to become aware of hallucinogenic stimuli — he also supplies the techniques needed to frame and leverage hallucinogenic stimuli to your benefit.
The study of hallucinations is of the utmost importance, because hallucinogenic ideas govern imaginations and nations alike. In exploring the connection between hallucinations and mental governments, Gold has invented a model that defines how each individual’s subjective experience influences our shared culture.
By thoroughly analyzing how hallucinations hack our perceptions and alter our experiences of reality, Gold has pulled back the curtain to expose the inner workings of the human character.