I came across this through a banner over at Reality Sandwich, audio courses for going into a mind-state that has been coined the In-Between. Reading on the website and listening to the free audio courses (actually, I recommend it since it was enjoyable and there were a lot of grunts and nods of agreement and "ah, I know that" when I listened to it, HOWEVER, you will be spammed with some cult-like "Hi, friend" emails if you do sign up for it. You can unsubscribe from them, though) this guy Eric Robinson says that it's basically a systematic, conscious invocation of natural DMT, something that mystics across many spectras do through meditation, yoga, breathing practices, so forth and so on.
Listening to Mr. Robinson, I get a feeling of "well, I'm already doing this to a certain degree and he sounds sincere (like they always do) about the implications of it and the techniques; there is a 4-part video/audio tape, 2 hours all in all, for free, and then they want 20 USD for a 6 CD box set with, presumably, more techniques (he mentions navigation in mystical realms, non-verbal communication between person-and-person, person-and-animal, and other "things" that many--including myself--people have experienced on and off psychedelics. He mentions them, too.) meditative music and other things hodge-podge without religious attachments (an ideology itself with attachments of self, I'm sure).
I got to say, I'm interested. The price isn't so high (around here, it's 1/3 the price of less than 4g of good grass, which I sadly consume too much of, so I can't really complain about it), but the mystical-critic that I am, I'm not sure before I have the product in hand. The pirate that I am, I tried finding the material on-line, but to no avail.
So, I come on here to ask my fellow intrepid travelers: Has anyone here or beyond had anything to do with Robinson's/Higher Balance's In-Between? Any comments? If it seems like an interesting thing, do partake in the free audio tape just to wet your finger a bit.
I'll see if I order it or not.