Greg Kašarik is a Melbourne based mystic and uses a combination
of meditation and entheogens to connect with the Divine Soul
and to achieve states of Transcendence. These compounds have
allowed him to greatly expand his awareness of the Divine and
in doing so have assisted the development of a coherent religious
philosophy. This currently numbers at 10ish “Principles”
that provide a structured scaffolding that anyone can hopefully
use to develop their own unique ideas about the Divine.
He is writing a book called “The Book of Infinite Colour”,
explaining his ideas (www.kasarik.com)
and is in the process of founding a Not for Profit called “Community
of Infinite Colour” to promote them. His basic thesis
is probably best summed up by a quote:
“Ultimately it is up to each of us to make sense of the
world and we can only do so by listening to our hearts, imposing
reason on our thoughts and engaging with the experience of the
spiritual journey. Your answers cannot be my answers and if
they seem to be, then we have not discussed in enough detail
to discover the areas in which we must surely differ.
Or, in the immortal words of Brian, “You've all got to
work it out for yourselves”.
Greg has found cannabis to be good for engaging in deeply directed,
philosophically spiritual meditation in the Socratic tradition.
He credits the realisation of the Divine Principle, that “god
can never know if god is God” to this meditative process.
Greg coined the term “Transcendent Compound” to
describe Entheogens that are non-toxic, non-addictive and psychologically
safe. Based on legal protections enshrining the freedom of religious
practice found within the Australian Constitution and Victorian
State Legislation, he is currently lobbying for their legalization
in this context (strictly speaking, cannabis is not a TC). After
being in contact with every member of the Federal and Victorian
State parliaments, along with over two dozen well respected
members of the media, Alcohol and Other Drugs sector and even
police, he has thus far managed to reach the “Ignored”
stage of Ghandi’s four step program for change. Undaunted,
he cites the Principle of Life and claims that things would
be rather boring if everything always worked out the way one
wanted it to.