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List of Natural Highs:

PART ONE: Just Your Self

Awareness

  1. Concentration
  2. Philosophical awareness
  3. Sensory awareness
  4. Biological awareness
  5. Visceral awareness
  6. Rhythmic and cyclic awareness
  7. Ecological/planetary awareness
  8. Semantic awareness
  9. Self awareness

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    Positive techniques

  11. Meditation
  12. Prolonged ovservation
  13. Problem solving
  14. Fervent prayer
  15. Long times at sea, in the desert, in the Arctic
  16. Self-hypnotic
  17. Alterations of breathing
  18. Trance
  19. Myths, tales and koans
  20. Rituals
  21. Chanting and mantras
  22. Mudra
  23. Meligious conversion
  24. Spinning (dervish)
  25. Extra-sensory perception
  26. Visual illusions
  27. Auditory illusions
  28. Afterimages
  29. Repetition
  30. Psychological exercises
  31. Mathematics
  32. Continuous singing
  33. Zen power yell
  34. Poetry
  35. Manual phosphene stimulation
  36. Voluntary silence

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    Negative techniques

  38. Suffering
  39. Pain
  40. Forbidden activities
  41. Rage
  42. Paranoia
  43. Panic
  44. Neurosis
  45. Psychosis
  46. Amnesia
  47. Exhaustion
  48. Delerium of high fevers
  49. Epileptic seizure
  50. Migraine
  51. Narcotic withdrawl
  52. Demonic possession
  53. Self-flagellation
  54. Fire-walking
  55. Fasting
  56. Sleep deprivation
  57. Involuntary isolation

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    Fantasy, sleep, dreaming and sex

  59. Fantasy and daydreaming
  60. Remembering and reverie
  61. Lullabies
  62. Hypnagogic phenomena
  63. Sleep
  64. Dreaming
  65. Control of dreaming (lucid dreaming)
  66. Dreams when applied to waking life
  67. Self-waking from dreams
  68. Hypnopompic phenomena
  69. Sun-bathing
  70. Floating
  71. Sex
  72. Orgasm
  73. Nudity
  74. Prolonged masturbation
  75. Orgiastic or corybantic dancing

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    Everyday life

  77. Zen morning laugh
  78. Impressions are food
  79. Sensory reminiscence
  80. Deja vu
  81. Seeking
  82. Forgetting
  83. Creativity
  84. Profound esthetic experience
  85. Peak experience
  86. Movement
  87. Postures
  88. Tensing
  89. Jumping up and down
  90. Running
  91. Gymnastics
  92. Mountaineering
  93. Survival tests
  94. Futures
  95. Voluntary social withdrawl
  96. Cultural assimilation
  97. Everyday experience

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    PART TWO: Help From Others

    Therapies and Miscellanrous

  99. Psychoanalysis
  100. Analytical psychology
  101. Character analysis
  102. Will therapy
  103. Self-analysis
  104. Logotherapy
  105. Daeinsanalyse
  106. Psychodrama
  107. Transactional psychology
  108. Attitude psychology
  109. Rational psychotherapy
  110. Eidetic psychotherapy
  111. Synectics
  112. Synanon
  113. General semantics
  114. Ampernistics
  115. Final integration
  116. Thanatological awareness
  117. Gestalt theory
  118. Maslovian psychology
  119. Sensory training
  120. Sensory awareness
  121. Bio-energetics
  122. Grounding and energy
  123. Psychomotor therapy
  124. Psychosynthesis
  125. Client-centered therapy
  126. Encounter
  127. Marathon
  128. Potentials
  129. Art therapy
  130. Reconciliation
  131. Family therapy
  132. Self-therapy
  133. Nude therapy
  134. Dance therapy
  135. Theater games
  136. Primal therape
  137. Multiple psychotherapy
  138. Behavior therapy
  139. Rolfing
  140. Alexander technique
  141. Breathing therapy
  142. Autogenic training
  143. Massage
  144. Hypnosis
  145. Kinesics
  146. Laban movement
  147. Bates method
  148. Compressed time
  149. Golf
  150. Religions and mysticism

  151. Yoga
  152. Transcendental meditation
  153. Agni yoga
  154. Tibet
  155. Tantric sex
  156. Taoism
  157. Confucianism
  158. Buddhism
  159. Tea
  160. Haiku
  161. Kyodo
  162. T'ai Chi Ch'uan
  163. Martial arts
  164. Sumie and calligraphy
  165. Flower arrangement
  166. Sufism
  167. Gurdjieff
  168. Subud
  169. Krishnamurti
  170. Meher Baba
  171. Jewish mysticism
  172. New Christianity
  173. Astrology
  174. Magick
  175. Alchemy
  176. Anthroposophy
  177. Abilitism
  178. Scientology
  179. Arica
  180. Religious and miscellaneous

  181. Religious pilgrimage
  182. Faith healing
  183. Seances
  184. Revival meetings
  185. Charismatic speakers
  186. Crowds
  187. Brainwashing
  188. Flagellation
  189. Body chanting
  190. Happenings
  191. Future shock
  192. Short-lived phenomena
  193. Sex with others
  194. Prolonged sexual intercourse
  195. Awareness of others
  196. Extra-species communication
  197. PART THREE: Devices and Machines

    Non-electric

  198. I Ching
  199. Tarot
  200. Finnegans Wake
  201. Incense
  202. Sensory orgy
  203. Intensive instrument playing
  204. Metronome watching
  205. Stained glass
  206. Hot and cold baths
  207. Environmental control
  208. Sensory deprivation
  209. ASCID
  210. Body confinement
  211. Visual illusions
  212. Ames perceptual demonstrations
  213. Mandalas
  214. Communes
  215. Gymnastic equipment
  216. Scuba and skin diving
  217. Boffing (foam bats)
  218. Bells
  219. Masks
  220. Rock throwing
  221. Automobile destruction
  222. Kayak disease
  223. Engine rough
  224. Breakoff
  225. Gliding
  226. Sky diving
  227. Land diving (bungee jumping)
  228. Skiing
  229. Space travel
  230. Biorhythm
  231. Trepan
  232. Electric

  233. Sensory overload
  234. Natural sounds amplification
  235. Prolinged radar screen observation
  236. Films
  237. Stroboscopes
  238. Dream machine
  239. Continuous light and sound
  240. Riley room
  241. Infinity room
  242. Psychedelic bathtub
  243. Magnets
  244. Negative ionization
  245. Prosthetic devices for the blind
  246. Moire patterns
  247. Electrical phosphene stimulation
  248. Seeing your eye
  249. Electrical stimulation of the mastoid
  250. Beat head hole
  251. Russian sleep
  252. Electric clothing
  253. Motion and sound sensors
  254. OKPLD
  255. TV
  256. Repetition tapes
  257. Computer / Human interface
  258. Bio-feedback
  259. Brain music
  260. ESB
  261. Living