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Programming and Metaprogramming in the Human Biocomputer

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Anyone read this? John C. Lilly, inventor of the sensory deprivation tank.
http://www.futurehi.net/docs/Metaprogramming.html

RE: Programming and Metaprogramming in the Human Biocomputer
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10/20/10 3:31 AM as a reply to Why What.
that is very interesting. I haven't read it, but put it on bookmarks. Thanks.

I have read some Robert Anton Wilson tho, and he makes references to Dr.Lilly very often.

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10/20/10 12:26 PM as a reply to Why What.
I think Lilly's selfmetaprogramming technique, particularly when done with sensory deprivation, seems VERY robust, as unlike vipassana or AF, it deals directly with one's inner psychological "stuff". The more I read, the more I really start to feel like the possibilities with selfmetaprogramming are literally limitless, though it's quite a tough read.

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10/20/10 12:43 PM as a reply to Why What.
keep us posted of what you do please!

Good luck,
Andy

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10/20/10 1:11 PM as a reply to Why What.
I am a big fan of John Lilly and all of his books

btw, it is called a Sensory Isolation Tank because you are free to exit it at will

a sensory isolation tank is a form of torture such as any similar technology used by the military industrial complex and terrorists on unwilling victims or those who have been either falsely tried or unjustly imprisoned

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