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Research chemicals by John Nizzlelock - Tue, 16 Jan 2018 14:24:01 EST ID:V5IQxl3T No.884646 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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There are this semilegal drugs that called research chemicals. How can I be sure that I wouldn't go to jail from post office? Which sites do I need to check? I am free to go to other neighboring countries if it this legal there. Just can't find any reliable way to check their legality. Country of concern is Poland.
Shitting Clussleman - Wed, 17 Jan 2018 12:23:14 EST ID:0fPsGKcU No.884668 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I would recommend looking into your countries official law records to see if there are specific drugs being targeted as illegal. In the United States we have the Analog Act or whatever it's called which can streamline the process of making new research chems illegal faster and can criminalize selling "legal" drugs if they are chemically similar to something that is illegal but the rules are regularly shifting.
Martha Gimmerwut - Wed, 17 Jan 2018 21:41:38 EST ID:gKvH2xf9 No.884686 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Learn to use Linux (tails pref) and tor. Get the illegal ones off the darknet. The grey area "legal" drugs are not as safe. You can take 1000 hits of lsd and only die figuratively. It does no damage to any organ whatsoever.
Jack Bunhood - Thu, 18 Jan 2018 02:59:18 EST ID:0fPsGKcU No.884694 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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It is theorized that taking upwards of 20mg LSD may be fatal or cause health complications so I wouldn't go around saying people can take 1000 hits, but I agree that there isn't a recreational dose you would want to take that could hurt you.

Lock this if it's not acceptable by Nathaniel Cruzzlemet - Wed, 17 Jan 2018 13:47:42 EST ID:O7xRhsCN No.884672 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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For all of the psychedelics that are done this place sure is full of hatred and misunderstanding. The SLAYER are almost non-existent. Where's the love?

I know psychedelics don't automatically make you a better person, but you'd think with the introspective qualities that you'd find people a little more patient and understanding on this board.

Do you think psychedelics have caused you to grow as a person or to be more conscientious? Do you take steps in your daily life to be more aware of your place in reality?

Slayer and love, thank you
Shitting Clussleman - Wed, 17 Jan 2018 14:11:53 EST ID:0fPsGKcU No.884673 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I just starting browsing and posting again for the first time in like 3 or 4 years and I think that I've noticed a change in the vibe around here. It feels like the old posters all stopped using the site and the former new people developed some expanded egos as the new old-timers.

I'd like to think that tripping has made me a more well-rounded and open person, but it can be hard to make those judgement calls about oneself. Psychedelics can be one of the most therapeutic and mind opening things one can do for themselves, but are also capable of both melting and boosting the ego in the user.

Priscilla Woffingsore - Wed, 17 Jan 2018 17:00:00 EST ID:ncWy+tY+ No.884674 Ignore Report Quick Reply

maybe you are just interpreting peoples criticisms as being negative when their sole purpose is to critique ideas?

Im sorry that the community isnt as conservative as you want it to be, preserving and bouncing around the same ideas endlessly. "its like machine elves man". People who come here the first time or once in a while don't realise that us as a collective have discussed and gone through majority of the contemporary psychedelic ideas and rationalised them. Rather than like criting the board culture why dont you engage in discourse with some of the things you think are bad vibes?

When someone comes on here talking about auras and crystals of course they get talked down to. As soon as someone comes on here asking about shamanism of course they get talked down to. But when it comes to most other threads its pretty normal fare.

Once you realise that the idea of psychedelics that is sold to most people is a fairy tale you can come to understand why this board is the way it is, it came to where it is naturally from doing psychedelics.

If you want to participate in 60s/70s hippie culture then go find a place that roles plays those ideas, those ideas about psychedelics are antiquated at this point and it gets old really fast. The kind of people who just want SLAYER and talk about spirituality are living in fairy land. You cannot have light without darkness.

So you should loosen up, chill out and be reasonable.

Mescaline forms by Doris Bushhood - Sun, 14 Jan 2018 08:37:00 EST ID:b1OKashj No.884550 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What would be the best way to get mescaline? hcl, cuttings or cactus powder?
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Cyril Blatherhood - Mon, 15 Jan 2018 15:43:40 EST ID:0fPsGKcU No.884607 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Have you been fasting prior to ingesting the brew? If you ate that day at all it can really get in the way of keeping down your magic goop.

I would also recommend you go the route where you spend like hours making a cactus reduction on the stove while adding water when needed. That sludge is gross but might be easier to keep down for ya.
Sophie Blythewell - Mon, 15 Jan 2018 16:24:35 EST ID:QWeed4ci No.884609 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I did eat dinner prior meatloaf, corn and rice. I thought maybe it would help with the upset stomach it causes I was wrong it came right up. Should I try next two one foot pieces of Bolivian Torch and boil it down to a resin? I'm giving it one more shot so any info or advice I can get from /psy/ for achieving a fool proof method and achieving a strong trip would be appreciated. I've heard it takes many times of trial and error to get good results.
Sophie Blythewell - Mon, 15 Jan 2018 16:35:08 EST ID:QWeed4ci No.884610 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Forgot to mention I had taken 32 mg of 4-ACO-DMT two days earlier not sure if they cause cross tolerance. I got different responses the more I inquired. I didn't intend on tripping so soon after the 4-ACO but my work schedule changed and I have no days off for a few weeks.
Charles Papperdale - Tue, 16 Jan 2018 10:58:47 EST ID:b1OKashj No.884634 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You probably didnt feel it because of that
Charlotte Hubblestock - Wed, 17 Jan 2018 04:38:31 EST ID:YaBnI+yO No.884662 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I've got dried san pedro cactus shavings in a baggie that I've kept in my drawer for over a year. Reckon this would still have potency if it was brewed into a tea?

And if you brew the tea, how long can you store it in the fridge before it'd lose potency?

Micro Dose Drawing. by Phranger - Wed, 17 Jan 2018 01:04:32 EST ID:BzLkqRqt No.884657 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I tried micro dosing lsd and i ended up drawing this fan art of Korra for legend of korra, i thought it turned out pretty good, but not everyone agrees hehe.

Her nipples are suppose to be blurred to indicate movement, but maybe it just looks like long nipples.
Priscilla Woffingsore - Wed, 17 Jan 2018 01:30:57 EST ID:ncWy+tY+ No.884658 Ignore Report Quick Reply

You should post/shill your deviantart on /h/ :)
William Mibberworth - Wed, 17 Jan 2018 21:36:41 EST ID:xapkVUqs No.884685 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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hofmann would be proud

Do you classify your trips as either introspective OR recreational? by Reuben Billingworth - Mon, 15 Jan 2018 04:47:43 EST ID:O4ON4D1A No.884588 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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You can use a lot of different words for this distinction. It's interesting to think about. I have used psychedelics and dissociatives specifically for serious life problems, to try to figure out what to do, or to come to peace with something. But then I have also taken the drugs for visuals and cool euphoric stuff only.
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Shit Fondlefield - Mon, 15 Jan 2018 15:06:19 EST ID:r9Sk4wVt No.884605 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Exactly. You go on a trip, you have an experience, hopefully you'll have lots of fun and maybe you will learn something.
John Basslechone - Tue, 16 Jan 2018 01:17:22 EST ID:7OBsp/5q No.884622 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Both, but there's never a time where the trip isn't introspective (i.e., it's either entirely introspective or i take it recreationally and get introspective on it at the same time). I'm usually entirely absorbed in thought throughout the day anyhow, so it's not really something I'm capable of not doing... even when tripping recreationally.

On top of that, despite putting no effort into school, it seems I put at least equal time educating myself on things online as I do play games or go out with friends, probably about the same amount of time as those two combined. If the internet didn't exist and if there weren't libraries I could go to or something (even though I hate reading physical books and don't really ever frequent libraries, I'm sure left with no other options I'd go to a library), I'd be so enraptured with ennui and boredom that I'd kill myself or have to resort to crime or some weird ass hobby or some shit.
Eugene Baddlespear - Tue, 16 Jan 2018 04:25:30 EST ID:35cpOf5p No.884630 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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It depends, and it can obviously be both.
Like many others have said, psychs (especially L, which i have the most experience with) are a tool, or in my view more specifically an amplifier. In that sense the experience you have is a product of mostly your mindset going in and the people around you and your location. If some important life things have been happening (new relationship, breakthroughs, long term changes in lifestyle, etc.) a trip may be much more introspective. But if things have been going pretty steady, all your best friends are with you, then its probably going to be more recreational.

Also, higher dose doesnt necessarily mean you will have a more profound, introspective trip. ive had moments on 2 tabs just as strong or stronger then 4 tab trips. Unless you want to do 10 and risk a potential psychotic break, id be more concerned about set/setting first
Thomas Lighthall - Tue, 16 Jan 2018 12:57:03 EST ID:0Yec+Wxv No.884639 Ignore Report Quick Reply
man I've never met anyone else who's even heard of Nektar, great taste

Martin Durringmatch - Wed, 17 Jan 2018 00:06:20 EST ID:BoQKUewV No.884655 Ignore Report Quick Reply
For me it was mostly recreational until I did dmt a few times. Now everything is introspection, usually with the aid of meditation. Even mdma, though there is more of a recreational aspect to that than psys or disos, it still encourages introspection esp after weed. Usually tons of visuals too.

Mind Keeps Drifting to "God" by Ian Semblewell - Thu, 11 Jan 2018 23:40:24 EST ID:tnIkdweY No.884477 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey /psy/

I took 600 ug of LSD several months ago in silent darkness, and I feel like I sort of came to understand the source of reality/God/the tao/yin and yang, etc. Basically I feel like I realized that all things come from one source, and that source contains both existence and non-existence rolled into one, and such. Maybe you know what I mean. Anyway it caused me to think a lot and reorganize my metaphysical views over the last few months. After being sober for several months of sort of mental chaos and intense psychological battle between different philosophies (mainly around the idea of solipsism), I reached a moment where I felt like I finally "got it" and felt like I achieved enlightenment. By that point I had been somewhat sick of thinking about the "deeper mysteries" and metaphysics (I'd been thinking about it on a daily basis for the past several months). And once I reached that feeling of enlightenment and having "figured it out" I was relieved and satisfied that I could redirect my focus toward other things, more "mundane" things not involving metaphysics, but involving my own personal life here on this plane in this body, etc.

And for a time, it was good. I was focusing more on the aspects of my daily life, my self, my identity, etc. But then more recently I've started thinking about God, the tao, the primordial duality of existence, the infinite multiverse, etc. Like a simple thing I observe in this universe will somehow link up with thoughts that lead me towards thinking about or God, or whatever. I kind of feel "satisfied" with God and don't really feel like learning much more about it for the time being. But I keep thinking about it. I was thinking maybe it might be because I feel a bit disconnected and depressed at times, so my mind wanders towards such things as a form of escapism, or something like that. Still, I was thinking I'd like to focus my thoughts more towards the events on this plane, and not off into hyperspace/to God. Or if it must be hyperspace, at least let it not always be towards God itself, but rather some other "finite" phenomena like an alternate universe. In other words, I'm tired of t…
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Oliver Pobbledeck - Fri, 12 Jan 2018 00:08:47 EST ID:N3ymM4LV No.884482 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I would lay off the psychs for a while if you feel it has interfered with ur day to day life.

Try and find a nice girl/guy, a steady job and whatever else people typically are supposed to strive for if you're missing any of that shit. Keep yourself distracted from the probing existential questions that haunt you.
I'd also recommend putting some of your ideas down on paper. Writing out your thought process helps to compartmentalize and move forward ime.

There are never any definite answers to these sort of questions. That's why so many philosophers/writers/poets have agonized over them for so long. Psychedelics taught me to prioritize what's happening in the now above those questions. We may figure them out after we die, but for all we know this is our one shot of living. Might as well try and spend what little time we have well.
Graham Hottingbanks - Fri, 12 Jan 2018 00:09:56 EST ID:LWB1PdD8 No.884483 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I don't have a lot of experience with LSD, but what little I do have left a more analytical impression on me, I could feel as if I could analyze my mental functions in isolation from one another. This is in contrast to dissociatives, which give me this alien, endarkened, egoless psychopath kind of feeling, with neither desires nor compassion. It also feels much more like a stimulant, in some ways DMT does too, but it doesn't have the "fried" feeling, what I feel is a surge of power.

IMO, DMT (in the form of ayahuasca) really opens up your inner sight, it feels much, MUCH more divine than LSD.

What struck me about LSD was that and the OEVs. Other than that I couldn't focus as I was with my gf at the time and she was freaking out so I had to stay a bit grounded to take care of her.

In contrast, DMT really grips you emotionally, it speaks to you in parables, there are OEVs but they aren't quite the same as LSD and IMO not nearly as intense, things don't move and vibrate and breathe nearly as much (I tend to see a purple shimmer, and at the peak everything is inlaid with magical runes), and it is much better with eyes closed

IMO psychedelics are good to use for a lifetime, but sparingly, every 3-6 months or on special occasions. This is my approach.

I've been getting into Platonism and Plotinus recently, and felt it has influenced my last trip, and it could speak to the multiplicity, but it is a unity in multiplicity, I could go into this a bit more if you'd like.
John Basslechone - Tue, 16 Jan 2018 12:56:34 EST ID:7OBsp/5q No.884638 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I've more or less hit that wall with "God"/the totality of existence and with things like esoteric wisdom regarding the nature of existence myself too, where every time it comes up I wind up almost quite literally repeating the exact same concepts and my understandings of things in my head each time... and the topic comes up often enough it might even be fair to call it intrusive if you were so inclined.

The reason for its almost nauseating recurrence is at least two fold for me. I go throughout my days deeply absorbed in thought--at times about totally nonsensical or insignificant things, but at least a moderate portion of the time (daily) is spent contemplating and poring over the nature of existence, reality as a human being with a life, psychology (with a healthy amount of spiritual consideration after really researching Carl Jung in particular), and (astro)physics/space and other forms of intelligent life.

There's never really a break to it, I can only think to try and constantly reiterate my beliefs on things and reevaluate them as thoroughly as is possible to after reconsidering those beliefs based on the ways different states of consciousness, moods, life situations, and various other contexts alter/shift my perspective on my outlook. The extent of the drive to perform this behavior is nigh obsessive compulsive.

That said, when it comes to subjects as grand in scale as God and the nature of existence, one is hard pressed to focus on another seemingly unrelated subject that isn't actually fundamentally tied to your beliefs and understandings about God and existence and avoid having the concepts pop up again in the course of your thinking.

Considering you mentioned nirvana and samsara, I'm assuming you've at least had enough self interest in Buddhism or the related religions that I'm surprised you don't practice or haven't really attempted at least the fundamentals in meditation. I've never really researched any of it myself, but even I have dabbled in the basics of meditating. Sorry if you're already aware, but the most simple and basic form of meditating is learning to silence the mind by letting unwanted thoughts pass by and flow out of your mind the moment they enter your awareness. If you already know how to do this, great; apply it here. If you don't, check it out and get some practice in.
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Ego Death and Kindness by Eliza Goodfuck - Thu, 11 Jan 2018 17:10:05 EST ID:2uTJ3gQc No.884468 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Does ego death make you a nicer person?
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James Demmerhood - Fri, 12 Jan 2018 06:30:45 EST ID:kU+OiEM7 No.884500 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Not necessarily. I want to differentiate between "nice" and kind" though, which you seem to be using interchangeably. A person who is nice can be pretty cold hearted, even though they typically do the "right" thing. A lot of so called nice people have anger issues.

It can definitely show your this if you happen to be the kind of nice person I describe, and consequentially open you up to expressing "not so nice" emotions towards other people. Bottom line I would say it can make you more open about who you are and how you feel to other people, which might make you behave "douche"y on occasion whereas before you were perfect'y amicable.

On the flip side, being able to see and accept yourself as you truly can be foundational to becoming a more loving, open, honest and genuine person in the long run.
dr. m !gWLn19/oKs - Sat, 13 Jan 2018 13:25:42 EST ID:kJ5eTy01 No.884532 Ignore Report Quick Reply

It gives you perspective that can be wielded as a tool toward becoming a nicer person.

Once you gain perspective, you can begin to acknowledge merits of opposing views from a somewhat removed "bias."

Sure there's still ego bias, but it may not be as strong as before.

I achieved this state with other drugs before psy, but psy is probably the easiest way to get there.
Hannah Backlekot - Tue, 16 Jan 2018 01:24:55 EST ID:huztZJg+ No.884623 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Depends on if you want to be a nicer person :^)
John Basslechone - Tue, 16 Jan 2018 03:59:20 EST ID:7OBsp/5q No.884628 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Depends why you're being a nicer person and what exactly constitutes being "nice", pretty much like with anything else you do.
John Basslechone - Tue, 16 Jan 2018 04:04:20 EST ID:7OBsp/5q No.884629 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Also OP, I feel like the question wouldn't actually be all that different in principle if you changed it to something like, "Does somebody giving you a free delicious apple make you a nicer person?"

I mean, it can. Depending on the person and circumstances, it could actually upset you instead. All any of the scenarios you might come up with come down to is just another opportunity for somebody to become a nicer person, should they capitalize on it.

life progression and dreams by Lillian Surringfoot - Mon, 15 Jan 2018 02:17:49 EST ID:YMFGizO+ No.884582 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm a guy that frequently has lucid dreams.

When I was a kid, my dreams had this sort of splendor aspect to them. i suppose you'd expect that of a naive and inexperienced dreams.

Back then though, they always, or almost always, also had a terror component to them. Terrorizing nightmares weren't uncommon, especially those where I completely lost control over the situation and ended up in a fight or flight situation - I almost always chose the latter.

In the extent of a few yers, though, my dreams have changed quite a lot, while remaining similar in some aspects

I still visit fantastic worlds, and, less often, horrifying ones

But even when it all goes to shit and powerful evil beings show, I never feel afraid anymore. I don't really have much power over them, but I got to the point where I have the capacity to ignore or even avoid them
Even more frequently, It seems I've gained some actual physical powers (e.g. flying or changing the dream's setting at my will.

And I do feel that I've changed as a person. I have managed to empower myself and take some control of my somewhat disturbed life and personality.
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Cyril Blatherhood - Mon, 15 Jan 2018 03:04:05 EST ID:0fPsGKcU No.884584 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Unless you're talking about how you have changed due to acid, or you believe your dreams have something to do with acid (or any other psychedelic), I think that this question is on the wrong board. I don't really know how to answer this in a way that has to do with psychedelics, but maybe you are dealing with some internal struggle based on your perceptions of "good" and "evil".

Maybe you were raised Catholic or something (I was) and have to deal with something like that. Your illusion that you have control, which is then lost, is maybe an issue, and it sounds like you are unhappy that you always choose to run.

Have you tried reading any philosophy or theology? Maybe that would be of some help to you.
Lillian Surringfoot - Mon, 15 Jan 2018 03:26:35 EST ID:YMFGizO+ No.884585 Ignore Report Quick Reply
This post was actually meant for the dreams board (my mistake)
I can relate some of it to acid though, since many times, during a trip, a experience these same feelings of wonder and grandiose

I've never had a bad trip on psychedelics though, which might corroborate to this feeling of being more in control.

But perhaps my biggest internal conflict is if I should take both dreams and psychodelic trips to a deeper, more spiritual meaning.

I was actually raised a kardecist, a religion not very common in America, that combines aspects of christianity and some very "spiritual" others (think buddism, for example. One of my religion's strongest beliefs is re-incarnation, as in we all live multiple lives in hopes of improving who we are.

So I'm basically in a point in life where solidifying my faith would make all the difference in how I set my future goals, and become whatever the real type of person that want/need to be.

As with psychodelics, I have the eternal dillema of just enjoying the trip in a more materialistical way, or trying to find the deeper meaning of my life I'm so eager to.

But then again, I guess all mind trippers have or have had similar doubts
Cyril Blatherhood - Mon, 15 Jan 2018 04:08:15 EST ID:0fPsGKcU No.884587 Ignore Report Quick Reply
That is very interesting, I have not heard of kardecism before. I have this idea that reincarnation must happen in some way once we are reunited with our creator, for our material must be used again for some purpose in the great one encompasses all of time and space.

One of the things I enjoy about my psychedelic drug use has been the evolution on my perceptions of good and evil, right and wrong, that sort of thing. There are just as many ways to do the right thing as there are ways to do the wrong thing. Do not feel trapped on a course you cannot shift, for you can always be righteous in the path you choose to walk.
Jarvis Nommlewerk - Mon, 15 Jan 2018 04:47:58 EST ID:Quy1qE9L No.884589 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Most all dreams are but a reflection of our internal experiences.
I have always had vivid lucid dreams capable of being remembered like they were real, and just yesterday. One like you described, able to fly, be consciously in control, I think of it as the hyperbolic time-chamber from DBZ. You can train yourself in that sense, and, for every 7 seconds asleep, normally, the brain changes scenarios and settings of the dream. Therefore, with every passing 7 seconds, you can undergo what may be compared to a day, in your brain’s timeframe. I practiced connecting to the dream realm on my own all my life, and, was actually sort of forwarned by my astral self that it can be confused with drug use, and not be deemed real. Because of this I made sure to master this kind of stuff prior to any drug use so I could provide a tangible understanding of both sides to it all. DMT users have told me they dont believe I need to use any DMT or other drugs used for spiritual awakening. I do see relation however in DMT users and the validity of it all. Some, unfortunately, have lost their minds from too much drug use. You OP should continue practicing and growing in your dreams, let them become reality, just dont go too far off the deep end.
awe' !!vVWR8L52 - Mon, 15 Jan 2018 22:57:31 EST ID:W69QLDMJ No.884619 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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same here. I get very high energy dreams after bouts of strong fasting even though physically I can feel pretty exhausted...

I still get some 'nightmares' if you can call them that, very occasionally, but now I think they are a glorious work of art and I like to remember them and contemplate where as I used to get more nightmares and they were quite unpleasant. Now they can still be intensely unpleasant but the things I'm afraid of are so abstract and the dream addresses them so precisely that it;s just marvelous in retrospect. I just applaud the ingenuity and the sheer amount of mystery and trippiness. i like my dreams now a lot. More than my life probably.

Can it be done? by Albert Finnerham - Mon, 25 Dec 2017 03:21:10 EST ID:yetftwIi No.884105 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Is there any reasons not to go as far as pic related? How much would you recommend using without achieving permatrip/ stranded for life mode?
Wesley Honeystock - Mon, 25 Dec 2017 04:34:16 EST ID:BGyAhkE+ No.884107 Ignore Report Quick Reply
7g of mushrooms and that will be you lol
George Brushstock - Mon, 25 Dec 2017 05:06:42 EST ID:cVaDLgBU No.884108 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You think tripping is gonna fix that? LOL it's gonna make it worse bro
Polly Pecklekot - Mon, 25 Dec 2017 05:24:13 EST ID:v7c5dJNw No.884109 Ignore Report Quick Reply
GRRK GRRKERSON - Mon, 15 Jan 2018 20:15:29 EST ID:xJng20Ng No.884614 Ignore Report Quick Reply
LIES! ive eaten 9.5 g of dried mushies before and had a blast and managed to hold conversation, kinda.
Mushroom man - Mon, 15 Jan 2018 20:48:26 EST ID:daoU8Fyw No.884617 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I did 7 grams of shrooms once and almost ended up having a threesome lmao. Doesnt impare you as much as youd expect you just git HIGHHHH AFFFF

premature ego deaths by Lillian Surringfoot - Mon, 15 Jan 2018 01:13:24 EST ID:YMFGizO+ No.884579 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So, ego deaths are supposedly only possible on high lsd doses.

Only I've tripped about 5 times, 3 with cubensis shrooms and 2 with abouy 150ug of LSd, and I've experienced something of the sort.
As per usual, it's a bit hard to describe the intense experiences that these subs can bring. But I always feel like I lose my sense of self, specially during the peak of the trip. I feel like there is absolutely no meaning in dividing different personalities, as we are all made os the same "primordial matter".
My question is, did I only experience a partial ego death, being highly sensible to these feelings?
Or is it possible to go much higher if I just up the dose?
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Lillian Surringfoot - Mon, 15 Jan 2018 01:35:25 EST ID:YMFGizO+ No.884581 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'm currently planning a 300mics (blended with triptamines) for somewhere in the next two months.

I find it much better to trip by myself; I can get much more deatached to reality and to my own ego.

This one is definitely promissing. Completely releasing myself from all the strings that bind me to the material world is a concept I cannot seem to get enough of.

Thanks for the tips bro. I have a bit of a hard time meditating because of all the smoking, but I'll focus and try
Cyril Blatherhood - Mon, 15 Jan 2018 02:32:40 EST ID:0fPsGKcU No.884583 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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As Eliza has noted, the definition for ego death can very from person to person. What I have also found varies from person to person is one's sensitivity to psychs. I have some friends who I will give a one tab and they will absolutely lose their bearing on reality while another is on three biking around town.

I find that ego death (for myself) is the change in thought process from "I" and "me" to a more selfless state. I don't really have words for it, but it's kinda like I become the fractal, so to speak. In Fullmetal Alchemist, when Edward sees beyond the door and becomes a conduit for the secret essence of the universe and all that shit, is kinda how I feel when I am approaching/passing through wormhole of selflessness. My thoughts (if they are indeed mine) are a multilayered web of things which are happening independently of one another (like a hive-mind or something) while also being all connected by this shred of "being".

I find that there are indeed levels of ego loss one can experience. While at lower levels of loss I find it easy to connect with others because I am less connected with myself, but at a high dose there isn't enough of me there to interact with others or do any sort of "normal" actions in the real world.
Ebenezer Lightfoot - Mon, 15 Jan 2018 06:05:00 EST ID:v/mGMdFW No.884596 Ignore Report Quick Reply
In the simplest terms, ego death is total obliteration of both your short term and long term memories. Literally everything leading up to the point of you experiencing ego death is gone, including language, who your friends and family are, all of your life accomplishments, basically your whole sense of self is gone. What you experienced is ego dissolution, basically the starting phase of ego death. Up your dose and meditate and you'll have the full experience.
Simon Wabbergold - Mon, 15 Jan 2018 08:53:55 EST ID:TzwKY8t4 No.884598 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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For me, 600ug did it. 200 does not. I do consider 600 a "high dose" for me because 200 I'd do only at special ocassions with very trusted people or alone, and as low as 50 has seemed enough for social ocassions. Can never be exactly sure of the values though as they're only based on what someone has said what some blotter contains. Also quite true on that ego death is a wide topic and there are many opinitions from ppl on this board. For me it was total disintegration of "me" and the first time a feeling of certain death. After some time of just laying still from other point of view, bit by bit becoming back together again, kind of experiencing the formation of consciousness and "me" from nothing back to what it normally is. For me it was a great experience in life that I kind of cherish, but I do not think of it being anything special than just another method of losing yourself, like when falling asleep or fainting. It is just greatly perceived in detail and slowly, perhaps because of the increased awareness or perhaps because it is a differently working method of losing yourself for a moment.
David Bludgelore - Mon, 15 Jan 2018 09:24:28 EST ID:LywZUfmH No.884599 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Ego death, ego loss, ego dissolution, ego melting. It's not a specific event or action. It's a spectrum. And it has no set dosage threshold. It can happen at any dose; just the level of intensity changes as the dosage increases.

And consider this, there's a limit to where there's no point to take more psychedelics (if you want to get value out of your ego loss/death experience that is). When you start dropping double heroic doses, you just end up with nonsense information - which is great if you really like to psychonaut it up and explore the psychedelic mindspace for its own sake, but if you want that insight on the self, there's no point to go beyond a single heroic dose.

Geltab shelf life by Cyril Blatherhood - Mon, 15 Jan 2018 00:17:26 EST ID:0fPsGKcU No.884575 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey y'all, its ya boy. So i got some LSD hits laid into gelatin about six months ago and still have about 20 hits left. My friend I got them from told me that because the LSD was in the gelatin and not on a paper tab it would keep for much longer than blotter acid even at room temperature. I think I may have some of this acid for another year or two at the rate I have been consuming it. Should I consider storing it in some other way than in aluminum foil in a drawer in my room? Is the freezer still essential for LSD on this medium?
Eliza Daddlemeck - Mon, 15 Jan 2018 00:46:00 EST ID:W85oI4Kb No.884576 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Should be fine as long as there isn't a lot of moisture in the air. I'd probably move the foil into a zip lock bag or something. Beyond that it should easily last well over a year with no noticeable decrease in potency.
Cyril Blatherhood - Mon, 15 Jan 2018 00:50:18 EST ID:0fPsGKcU No.884577 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Thanks mate, I live in a pretty dry climate for half the year so I will make sure to add maybe a bag and some rice once winter is over and we start getting a lil muggy.

Music by Nigel Didgebodge - Sat, 09 Dec 2017 13:45:01 EST ID:ZXQm2QCG No.883740 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What is the "theme song" of your psychedelic experiences?

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awe' !!vVWR8L52 - Thu, 11 Jan 2018 16:46:44 EST ID:W69QLDMJ No.884466 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Haven't been listening to doom for years and years, cause it started sounding a bit childish a lot of it, but this is pretty fresh man.

Here's the master of the melodies, the kind of stuff that intensifies and relaxes at the same time. Really most of RA songs are good enough to play for entirety of the trip good enough even for tough trips. Grounds you in a way. Also he has a lot of heart and soul that guy, he;s trully making music out of love: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7MXfyrv0wEs
Basil Brookhood - Fri, 12 Jan 2018 00:55:00 EST ID:ieQJOwru No.884489 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I listened to this song during my second time on DMT. I had visions of a softly-lit home in Douglas fir woods at night. I double-shudder when I hear it now; the trip was five years before an experience that convinced me that in some sense the vision I was granted was a scene from my own future, now my past.

"You said you would kill me/Hands wrapped around my neck/I feel so alive"

Five years after that trip, I was in fir woods outside Eugene, Oregon where I brought a trap to orgasm in her house in the woods at night by, at her request, choking her and telling her I would kill her while she was in a trance state. She was the first person I ever actually had sex with in a meaningful capacity, and though the relationship did not go anywhere, it was a profound and freeing moment. During climax, I was mentally aware of an imaginal paisley eye in the space above her house, and I am now convinced in that distinctive if-it-fits-the-story kind of DMT way that the eye was me in the past observing a connecting and orgasmal event years into the future.

I can still get visual gold flashes when I hear it, and my tongue sticks in my throat.
Molly Mondlebun - Fri, 12 Jan 2018 23:30:56 EST ID:GPauBjy2 No.884521 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Martha Shittingworth - Sun, 14 Jan 2018 21:04:58 EST ID:27sq7n8C No.884570 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Cyril Blatherhood - Sun, 14 Jan 2018 22:24:50 EST ID:0fPsGKcU No.884574 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I'm not sure I have a favorite "theme song" for tripping but some of my favorite albums are The Complete Sunshine Daydream Concert by The Grateful Dead and King of the Beach by Wavves

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