- Connection Framework
- Connection Practice
- Connection Appliance
- Connection Supplement
- Connection Manual
- Connection Event
- Connection Outcome
- Connection Pathology
A Connection Practice (a.k.a. Connection Technique) is any technique, such as meditation, mantras, relaxation, mindfulness, drumming, fasting, hypoventilation (Dole & Kiven, 1997), etc., that can a) open and enhance your connection to Consciousness/Highest Self and b) enable better control of the Flow that ensues.
List of Connection Practices
This is an intercultural list of connection practices. Research is included where available.
Connection Practice > Detachment, Drumming, Fasting, Great Invocation, Holotropic Breathwork, Hypnotism, Hypoventilation, Intent to Connect, Meditation, Receptive Seeking, The Way of the Hollow Bone, Writing, Zen
Mystics often use language and metaphor in a special way, in an effort to trigger enlightenment in others. Zen, in particular, is built up as a Connection Practice. In my view, this is an attempt to develop a connection practice, but in fact, is based on a faulty or limited understanding/theorization of the phenomenon.
Grof uses the term "Technologies of the Sacred" to refer to Connection Practices (drumming, fasting, sleep deprivation, etc.), Connection Appliances (drums, rattles), and Connection Supplements (Lazslo, Groff, Russell, 1999: 16).
Sharp, Michael (BOOK3). Lightning Path Workbook Three: Connection. Lightning Path Press. 
Sharp, Michael. The Great Awakening: Concepts and Techniques for Successful Spiritual Practice. Lightning Path Press.
- Organ, Troy. “The Language of Mysticism.” The Monist 47, no. 3 (1963): 417–33.