[Ebook] ↠ Miserable Miracle Author Henri Michaux – Diclofenac16.us

Miserable Miracle EPUB Miserable Miracle By Henri Michaux Bandcamptomp3.co.uk This Book Is An Exploration By Means Of Words, Signs, Drawings Mescaline, The Subject Explored In Miserable Miracle, The Great French Poet And Artist Henri Michaux, A Confirmed Teetotaler, Tells Of His Life Transforming First Encounters With A Powerful Hallucinogenic Drug At Once Lacerating And Weirdly Funny, Challenging And Chaplinesque, His Book Is A Breathtaking Vision Of Interior Space And A Piece Of Stunning Writing Wrested From The Grip Of The Unspeakable.Includes Forty Pages Of Black And White Drawings.

[Ebook] ↠ Miserable Miracle  Author Henri Michaux – Diclofenac16.us
  • Paperback
  • 179 pages
  • Miserable Miracle
  • Henri Michaux
  • English
  • 22 November 2018
  • 1590170016

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  1. says:

    Beautiful dwarves in skin tight gold lam pantsuits Cats who scratch out dreams on your wooden leg Pleistocene fists pounding frenetic rhythms across your naked skin Heretic wishes left to their own devices Soaring stories built second by second moment by moment until nothing is left but a wish a thought a syllable and a sill upon which sits the things left over, after, above and between, always between never complete, always left over, never beginning, only between the things, the shape of Beautiful dwarves in skin tight gold lam pantsuits Cats who scratch out dreams on your wooden leg Pleistocene fists pounding frenetic rhythms across your naked skin He...


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    You go from little death to little death for hours on end, from shipwreck to rescue, succumbing every three or four minutes without the least apprehension, only to be gently, marvelously resuscitated onceA deep sigh, which speaks volumes to those who know, is the only intimation of new rescues, but the voyage continues, a new death is preparing from which you will emerge in the same way It is as though you had another heart whose systole and diastole occurred fifteen or twenty times an h You go from little death to little death for hours on end, from shipwreck to rescue, succumbing every three or four minutes without the least apprehension, only to be gently, marvelously resuscitated onceA deep sigh, which speaks volumes to those who know, is the only intimation of new rescues, but the voyage continues, a new death is preparing from which you will emerge in the same way It is as though you had another heart whose systole and diastole occurred fifteen or twenty times an hour.Homesick for himself Three weeks in the wake of mescaline s demands of submission Three months for the troll to get back to his under the belly goat s bridge Michaux surrendered for a memory of stealing his wool weaving to see through I don t have nothing but I am relishing writhing in the envy of his born visions I don t ever want to try mescaline, or any drug for this I give in pick up a sleeping pill problem Oblivion, rather fooling myself that this time it will be possible ...


  3. says:

    When Henri Michaux was in his fifties he decided to try mescaline Until this decision he was a veritable teetotaler He didn t even drink coffee But he was an adventurous sort, a natural psychonaut, so in the name of a worthy experiment in consciousness he took mescaline He didn t enjoy it, in fact it was rather torturous, but what it helped to open up in his mind he considered a miracle, hence Miserable Miracle I have yet to read this book in its entirety to be frank, it gets repetitive When Henri Michaux was in his fifties he decided to try mescaline Until this decision he was a veritable teetotaler He didn t even drink coffee But he was an adventurous sort, a natural psychonaut, so in the name of a worthy experiment in consciousness he took mescaline He didn t enjoy it, in fact it was rather torturous, but what it helped to open up in his mind he considered a miracle, hence Miserable Miracle I have yet to read this book in its entirety to be frank, it gets repetitive but then it s not a beginning middle end type of book, so it s easy and even appropriate to dip into it at random and read at your leisure And what you will find inside are writings which are like what a literate extremely delicate surrealist seismograph with a dozen flexible arms each...


  4. says:

    Being a weekend hippy in the early 70s I consumed quite a lot of hallucinogens psychedelics, mostly LSD but also magic mushrooms , pot of course and once mescaline I still remember that trip, maybe because it was one of my first, it was a fairly gentle one I think, due to a smaller than normal dose but still spiked with amazing hallucinations I remember staring at the pictures I discovered i...


  5. says:

    Descriptions po tiquement d cousues de trips sous psych d liques Michaux est attendrissant et r ussit rendre compte comme personne des tats de conscience modifi e Entre extase et perte de soi m me Mais lecture un peu absconse pour qui n aurait aucun int r t pour les substances


  6. says:

    Miraculous and miserable maybe I ll read this book again, but I ll never take mescaline.


  7. says:

    Michaux is 57 years old He does not drink alcohol, tea, or coffee, nor smoke tobacco He practices moderation abstinence really in the use of all excitants.So he takes mescaline, then, in the interest of comparative analysis, he tries hashish thereafter moving on to a massive dose of mescaline, which juices the ability to write or analyze right out of his nerd s body, and ultimately results in a compulsion to push innocents into the Seine.His thoughts on the color pink are 5 star or better Michaux is 57 years old He does not drink alcohol, tea, or coffee, nor smoke tobacco He practices moderation abstinence really in the use of all excitants.So he takes mescaline, then, in the interest of comparative analysis, he tries hashish thereafter moving on to a massive dose of mescaline, which juices the ability to write or analyze right out of his nerd s body, and ultimately results in a compulsion to push innocents into the Seine.His thoughts on the color pink are 5 star or better Like the sensitive tip of the tongu...


  8. says:

    The writer takes drugs and tells the tale summary does not do this justice, particularly if that conjures visions of Hunter S Thompson This reads almostlike travel writing where the space is internal and the behavioral built culture is formed from the pharmacological philosophical aspect of a given drug comparative ethnography of Mescaline and Hashish Hardly surprising since Michaux has also written some excellent travelogues The writing is occasionally terrifying and terrifying The writer takes drugs and tells the tale summary does not do this justice, particularly if that conjures visions of Hunter S Thompson This reads almostlike travel writing where the space is internal and the behavioral built culture is formed from the pharmacological philosophical aspect of a given drug comparative ethnography of Mescaline and Hashish Hardly surprising since Michaux has also written some excellent travelogues The writing is occasionally terrifying and terrifyingly beautiful I get ...


  9. says:

    It s legitimately psychedelic, which is to say parts of it are intensely interesting and others super boring I can t see why someone who didn t at least have a stoner phase would like it I can clearly see why someone who did would get a kick out of at least a few sections.

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