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Al-LAD by Shitting Fuckingforth - Fri, 17 Aug 2018 22:23:51 EST ID:nrP/r5XS No.891599 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hi! Literal autist here, going to take AL-LAD with my boyfriend soon. Any tips / things I should know beforehand?
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Wesley Grimforth - Sat, 18 Aug 2018 22:25:39 EST ID:9QXjfCXe No.891625 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>891599
post boobs
https://soundcloud.com/user-284726618/assclownacidtrip
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Basil Drinnerbury - Sat, 18 Aug 2018 23:34:09 EST ID:ZcN5zJ7n No.891626 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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A lot of people on various drug forums seem to recommend two AL-LAD tabs, since the headspace is supposedly "light and easygoing". I wouldn't recommend doing that though, since shit can hit the fan.

I saw a bunch of glowing, intricate geometric patterns and they appeared everywhere. Over the ground, wall, laid over material objects, and on my body. It was mesmerizing and beautiful. Then, everything melted until I shook my head to reset the visuals. The horizon slowly turned into this sinister pumpkin color until it looked as if someone had wrapped an orange construction paper around a terrarium. Everything escalated and the trip turned up a notch.

Not only was everything melting now, but the swirling had begun to intensify. Everything was spinning in what looked like hundreds of revolutions per second. It was like I was sucked into the television screen and entered a psychedelic version of Ed, Edd n Eddy's world. Everything was no longer what it seemed, and if I tried to stretch my imagination, black and white static overlaid over certain areas of my peripheral vision. I experienced a physical sensation that could only be described as "metal, compression, and being poked by dozens of needles all over my body constantly." This lasted for what I believe was 30 minutes or so, and I had to endure this torture.

The weirdest thing about this was that my past breakthrough experience(s) started to overlay over my entire reality, like a transparent silk curtain. It was as if someone forcibly put on 3D glasses on me. I didn't ask for this. Reality opened up like a pop-up book and I wasn't quite sure how to walk anymore.

There was no end to this trip as I curled into a ball and lost consciousness. Succumbing to the darkness that is and losing grip of reality. I became everything and nothing simultaneously and realized that I could not realize anymore. I did not exist and just was. An observer whose only ability was to spectate and exist. However, does this qualify as existence? An experience of subjective reality with no corporeal body to claim as my own? Sure, I, the name my parents gave me stopped existing and was no more, but does this observer had ability to experien…
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Edward Punkinlock - Sun, 19 Aug 2018 01:20:11 EST ID:TXTnaYxp No.891627 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>891622
Did you trip yet? Once you break free of your ego, you will find out that autism is of the ego. You cannot be defined. Autism can not define you. You are you.
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Ian Murdcocke - Sun, 19 Aug 2018 02:49:12 EST ID:8Xf403DM No.891628 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>891627
this
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James Drunkinfuck - Sun, 19 Aug 2018 11:32:23 EST ID:TzwKY8t4 No.891631 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>891626
That description is like what you can archive with many psychedelics, when you eat enough the visuals take over, then you can see and make out of the surrounding world less and less. I once lost visual contact to the world totally and was only able to feel my way through, when I wanted to move. So yeah, eat smaller dose if this is a problem and not a pro.


DMT by Barnaby Sammermutch - Sat, 18 Aug 2018 15:43:58 EST ID:IvV+HmEv No.891613 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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My friends and I are thinking of trying DMT for the first time. So just some questions - prices? How much should each of us take (4 including me)? And what should I expect after the trip?
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Nigel Pittbanks - Sat, 18 Aug 2018 16:14:52 EST ID:UuUV3E0M No.891614 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>891613

Prices? Just eat like, 10 tabs of grass blades.
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Fuck Sepperneck - Sat, 18 Aug 2018 19:04:45 EST ID:XAW0aUln No.891618 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>891614
That's right about tree fiddy.


LSD Tolerance by Nell Bunman - Thu, 16 Aug 2018 13:53:38 EST ID:G5XHccuf No.891571 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Is waiting one week after taking 100 micrograms okay if i plan to take 300 micrograms ?
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Nicholas Negglechock - Thu, 16 Aug 2018 14:09:02 EST ID:MU5DQUTc No.891572 Ignore Report Quick Reply
yes
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Clara Dunkinweck - Thu, 16 Aug 2018 14:17:33 EST ID:9DfWFlE6 No.891573 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Yeah, your tolerance won't completely reset but it will be pretty close to baseline.
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Fiend !!1C9jE+w+ - Fri, 17 Aug 2018 12:48:53 EST ID:NvgYZXDh No.891581 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>891573
This.
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Solanacia - Fri, 17 Aug 2018 16:03:16 EST ID:LXxr9drj No.891592 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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You should be good, I usually use this graph for planning my dosage over time, I'm not certain how accurate it is, but it seems to be fairly accurate from my experience. You should have a bit of a tolerance, though it should be fine, I'd say it'd feel like ~2.5 hits, you're not wasting too much.


Reprogramming your brain by John Findlesedge - Sun, 05 Aug 2018 19:32:45 EST ID:JEBLvmCI No.891306 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Long story short
I'm not a full blown addicted and have never been physically addicted to drugs
But I have always taken them since 11-30 and if I haven't taken them I've read about them daily in my spare time or talked about them.

Also the big problem for me is that I'm very hard to please and I think it's because I have that all or nothing attitude which is because of drugs.

To fully please my brain it means it needs that fucked upness drugs will give you,like the rush from cocaine.

Ontop of that normal thugs don't excite me that much,chasing girls doesn't give me that big boost it gives my friends.Im only happy when I get the end results,same with say compleating a job at work or home project.I don't think when it's done wow that was good look at the end results I always just think thank fuck that's all done.


>psychdelics
I half believe these can help me as they have randomly put the blue helped with other problems biggest and best being my first trip on HBWR when I was 17-18...ate 8 of them and it got rid of that whole school yard ego,where you think you need to give a fuck what other people think (got 30+year old friends who still think like this(

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John Findlesedge - Sun, 05 Aug 2018 19:57:37 EST ID:JEBLvmCI No.891307 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>Btw half my plan is to do this
>stay away from drugs for at least 4 weeks
>try to keep up with meditating until then
>Maybe find a book on psychology and NLP.Any suggestions.
>deactivate instagram,only social media I use.I know how it works on your dopamine receptors to keep addicted.Also all them 20seconds videos can't be good for you (only videos I seem to ha e the attention span for)

>4 weeks after this I will get shrooms of a friend and take a decent dose and think about the situation,Then micro dose afterwards for a couple of weeks.

>Also find a completely new hobby to do of a weekend to replace drug use

I know it will take more than just stopping drug use tho as I've stopped for months at a time in the past,this year included
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Edwin Favingdock - Mon, 06 Aug 2018 06:51:55 EST ID:UuUV3E0M No.891312 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>891306

Put aside the nonsense, for it is nonsense. Not the things themselves, for that is only your identification with these things, materialism is not so much desire for things as it is rigid self identification with objects. Someone painting a still life is able to dissociate from the objects and their name and value and associations with, by forming new disparate associations between them, often pertaining to feelings, making the still life evocative, and speaking to an inner higher level where these forms merge or take on new meaning or go beyond meaning.

So you are in a sense mentally addicted to drugs. Drugs are tools, acid alone is just a molecule, fit it into the serotonin receptors of a human brain and it becomes something incredible, but key is only a key if it is put into the keyhole of a door and turned, and do the wonders that lie in the supply closet come from the key alone? no, they come from the mechanism, which makes the key no less important in the process.

The shunning of an object attaches just as much importance and rigid identification to it as the desire for the object alone. Thus this is where spoiling begins, lost in a world full of stuff, of names and identities and things and values that seemingly have no meaning together, an empty, isolated, alienating world, this is the material world when not recognised as a reflection, sparse, disconnected, things seemingly at war with one another, a grey cloud ugly, and a blue sky pretty, but both equally offensive. This mindset is prone to manipulation and to protesting and reacting, and easily moulded, a separate, lonely life without meaning or purpose.

The excitement you get from results is the reward pathway, and identification with reward, an addictive cycle of exertion and relief, you could be a valuable member of the proletariat.
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Lydia Hobbermirk - Thu, 16 Aug 2018 16:45:05 EST ID:JEBLvmCI No.891577 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>891306
Bumping this

>my mind is already changing now I'm back doing boxing class's..Starting to feel a lot better about my self.

Still haven't had a a chance to trip at all yet..probsbly a good job because I want to do it with the sole intention of self improvment.

Could still do with some advice on how to take it solely for self improvment other than just eat drugs and meditate on thoughts
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Martha Huddlefoot - Fri, 17 Aug 2018 03:25:09 EST ID:Y8Q2dJ+t No.891578 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>891577
google something along the lines of: self exploration psychotherapy holotropic breathwork somatic healing the body keeps its score

the most difficult experiences are the best ones
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Charles Comblefield - Fri, 17 Aug 2018 07:28:18 EST ID:9DfWFlE6 No.891579 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>891306
Are you me? Holy shit this sounds just like me, especially the part about not being pleased by much, like chasing girls and not feeling any sense of accomplishment even when you accomplish something others would be really pleased with and proud of. Though for me this dates back to before I started using drugs so maybe the NDMA use didn't fuck you up. We probably just have less dopamine receptors. I'm pretty sure a lack of dopamine receptors contributes to depression but luckily I'm not really feeling distressed, it just takes a lot to move me up from neutral to good.


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