mind-expanding


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mind-expanding

adj.
1. Producing intensified or distorted perceptions; psychedelic.
2. Producing an increased perceptive awareness.
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A Mind-Expanding Exploration of the Way the World Looks
ON THE MAP: A MIND-EXPANDING EXPLORATION OF THE WAY THE WORLD LOOKS discusses cartography in a different way, considering how maps hold keys to humanity itself.
STYLE SWOT Trick passers-by into thinking your super-sized bag is stuffed with mind-expanding books.
If we travel back in time to the Mabinogion, we've got monstrous claws stealing babies, pigs running at the speed of light, horses which seem to go faster the slower they walk and a giant who transforms into a floating island - the stuff of mind-expanding fantasy.
Although the financial news was not good, SLA conference attendees enjoyed an exhilarating, mind-expanding few days among colleagues, experts, and luminaries.
Mission to Mars is a mind-expanding, question-posing (and answering) drama that is also fun, humorous, engaging and clever (without being pretentious).
Aimed at the health of children, this mind-expanding book is witty and readable, and does not rehash common knowledge.
But when you see effective leadership in action it is an eye-opening and mind-expanding experience.
Zone of the Marvellous is an idiosyncratic, thought-provoking and mind-expanding book.
We could all study whatever we fancied, for the sheer mind-expanding pleasure of it.
With the ever-expanding Corea ouevre at their fingertips and the incredible improvisational skill and musicianship of all three jazz legends, this trio soars through acoustic bliss, funky jazzitude, mind-expanding classical and all worlds in between," the release says.
It's mind-expanding music; there are some progressive-rock elements, some space-rock - it's a cocktail containing electronics, rock guitar, poetry, jazz and funk.