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Shrooms and Depression by Shitting Bablingbedging - Wed, 17 Oct 2018 04:57:28 EST ID:qij0dN3v No.892899 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey lads. So I finally got around to growing shrooms, and I was wondering if any of you have ever found or used shrooms to help with your clinical depression.
What do you think?
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Hugh Tootfield - Mon, 22 Oct 2018 01:00:02 EST ID:mFM4r9Sl No.892989 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>892899
first time I did shrooms I took a heroic dose by accident. measured them out with my cousin, we chopped them up, marinated them in some lemon. totally different doses because we were too dumb to care about evening out the stems and caps. it was very rough the first time, subsequently we made that lemon mixture into tea which eliminated my stomach problems with the caps.

I was totally blown away with a kind of empathy I hadn't ever felt. I was able to disconnect myself from constant emotional pain. I got such a stomachache that I was forced into a very challenging experience that turned out to only last twenty minutes, the pain completely absorbed me but it didn't bother me, I didn't know how to treat pain that way until I tripped so hard. After that I listened to some music and it was just divine.

looking at how petty some of my life issues were compared to the ones really getting me down led to a big change in my behavior for months afterward. smoking a shitton of blunts with my cousin reversed some of that during the winter, but I think I would have killed myself if not for shrooms. I started cleaning my room and doing my homework instead of thinking about dying and listening to my tinnitus. I was focusing on the stuff I couldn't change, etcetera.

my cousin got a mild high and habitually microdosed afterward, he's never been impressed by psychs. IMO he takes them like adderall and is generally a mess, so don't dismiss the above asshole poster equivocating drug addiction and habitual escapism with psychedelics entirely. he's totally adrift though, there is nobody to stop him from just doing LSD in his room for days on end except for me and I have a job and shit. man I must be too baked if I'm worrying about him enough to turn it into some shitty anecdote. just be careful about being isolated if you have a history of abusing escapism like gnosis or the internet
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Wesley Danderbotch - Mon, 22 Oct 2018 02:29:22 EST ID:RITs19J7 No.892990 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>892987
you're a fucking retard if you cant tell the difference between long term perspective change from 1 use, and compulsive long term addiction, like, actually braindead fucking retarded.
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Eliza Nadgefut - Mon, 22 Oct 2018 10:18:53 EST ID:LywZUfmH No.892993 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Shrooms will never help your clinical depression.

Regular depression is like sitting in a boat and there's a sudden rainstorm and your boat's now fulla water. Shrooms are the bucket that you use to scoop that water out of your boat and do boaty things.

Clinical depression is like sitting in a leaking boat fulla water. You can get your shrooms and scoop the water out of your leaking boat, but a bucket can't fix that hole in your boat. When you put that bucket away, the water is just going to come back.

It's a solution to the problem yes. But it's not a permanent solution. It's a messy solution. I have a lot of friends that deal with this, and they all prefer to just use medication for their clinical depression because it's easier than shroomieshroomies and when you have some serious heavy duty "I just want to fucking diiiiiiiiiiiiiiie" depression you don't want a fucking bucket to get the water out of your leaking boat, you want that fucking hole in your boat patched up.
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Phineas Nickleforth - Mon, 22 Oct 2018 22:14:38 EST ID:7ybtrJEe No.893000 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>892987
Maybe it's a different philosophy of use I have from other people or I can't tolerate psychedelics as well but while they do make me feel good in certain ways (it's like a 'we gonna make it in the long haul' sort of feel) it's not in any way an /escape/ for me and it's quite the opposite. They make everything real and present and if there's a bad mental set for whatever reason, you are confronted with it. Especially with mushrooms opposed to say 2CB or DMT. They are stern teachers to me. Have you personally been through this sort of escapist cycle or known people who have? I really feel bad for you if so. I've heard of someone doing a bunch of DMT like a weekend bender, but then she went off her meds and got put in a psych ward for a day or two.
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Phineas Nickleforth - Mon, 22 Oct 2018 23:44:39 EST ID:7ybtrJEe No.893001 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>893000
whoops, i meant she went off her meds before-during the many DMT trips nb


Dmt by David Blatherbanks - Sat, 20 Oct 2018 16:36:53 EST ID:R80K2ptu No.892953 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Where do I find dmt in a City?
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Rebecca Claywill - Sat, 20 Oct 2018 17:54:31 EST ID:ncWy+tY+ No.892954 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>892953

in every living being?
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Shitting Clazzlesidge - Sat, 20 Oct 2018 18:47:18 EST ID:XSbAI4Jn No.892955 Ignore Report Quick Reply
just buy it from the internet you doofus
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Edward Worthingham - Sun, 21 Oct 2018 07:59:21 EST ID:R80K2ptu No.892969 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>892954
Lol going to go murder some one and Extrakt it from theme
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Simon Gongerstone - Sun, 21 Oct 2018 08:50:47 EST ID:ou8s6SmI No.892971 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>892969

Fuck that, I'm not going to prison. I'm just going to smoke myself
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Ebenezer Clenkinburk - Sun, 21 Oct 2018 18:33:44 EST ID:YaBnI+yO No.892978 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>892969
You should watch the film Banshee Chapter


ITT: Post screenshots of Wikipedia/Psychonautwiki categories and have others guess the drug by Reuben Hottingshaw - Sat, 20 Oct 2018 15:35:35 EST ID:x/aDJL0t No.892950 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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starting with an obscure but obvious one
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Reuben Hottingshaw - Sat, 20 Oct 2018 15:42:38 EST ID:x/aDJL0t No.892951 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>892950
good one, benzydaminer :-) now try me
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Charles Faffingtork - Sun, 21 Oct 2018 10:07:17 EST ID:xJ9ExO51 No.892972 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>892951
3 ho pcpy?


AL-LAD by Nell Turveybanks - Fri, 19 Oct 2018 16:14:44 EST ID:BCqdO4RO No.892938 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I’ve made up my mind to trip again this Sunday. My question is, how much of a step up from 150 mics (which was pretty intense for me but left me wanting more, even after having an edible on the comedown) is about 375 mics of AL-LAD and is there any additional preparation needed for a large dose? I’ve done AL-LAD twice already and I feel as if I’m pretty sensitive to it as even 90mics was a LOT my first time.

I feel as if my mind is really badly craving a good trip. Last night I even had a brief experience of seeing low complexity geometric patterns in the blankets such as one sees on AL-LAD when I was getting excited about taking it all day.
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Doris Duckfield - Sat, 20 Oct 2018 18:49:07 EST ID:gKvH2xf9 No.892956 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>892945
If you want to trip alone on higher doses:

get a few etizolam blotters (2mg will make your trip chill out a bit)
write a few words on them so you know you can abort the bad
wrap them in saran wrap and tape on your arm
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Ebenezer Gonningville - Sat, 20 Oct 2018 18:49:32 EST ID:ZteKsYnw No.892957 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>892952
I encourage having a tripsitter, but he/she should ideally be at least somewhat experienced with psychedelics, at the very least in theory (reading Leary's "The Psychedelic Experience", for example, which gives a really good tutorial on how to tripsit people on high doses.). You're unlikely to physically hurt yourself even during a bad trip, the actual danger is ending up in deeply confusing, terrifying situations that you can not get out of. This is where having a tripsitter who has no idea what the fuck is going on might actually hurt you.

Going back to my first ~400ug experience, I was with 3 friends who all took lower doses than me (~200ug) and weren't very versed in the sort of experience a higher dose can bring. I basically lost all memory of any prior events and had no idea who I or my friends were. I couldn't understand them at the time either since the very concept of language was gone.

Since I was acting very weird, my friends got worried and tried to get me to snap out of it and this worry managed to get through to me without me actually understanding what they were worried about. Their facial expressions were reaching some deep part of my psyche that understood that the situation was bad, but I couldn't make any more sense of it. This triggered a cascade of increasingly hellish scenarios that are without a shadow of a doubt the worst experience I have ever had in my life.

Every minuscule thought I had about what could be the cause of their worry would evolve into an entire world of its own where that thought was the absolute reality. These worlds would exist for what seemed like years before collapsing and a new world starting up. When you're having a good trip, this is the most amazing thing you can ever experience, when you're having a bad trip, it's the worst thing you can possibly go through.

There's a page that goes a little bit int the sort of experience you can have here
https://psychonautwiki.org/wiki/Unspeakable_horrors

It's this experience that always makes me urge caution when approaching such doses. If you properly prepare yourself and are in a very positive set/setting with friends who know how to tripsi…
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Rebecca Serrydod - Sat, 20 Oct 2018 20:08:50 EST ID:orOv8TrE No.892959 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>892957

Yeah, it's not very pleasant tripping hard around people that don't understand it well. I only have a couple of close friends, but they're very understanding, well versed people.

I actually really enjoy trip sitting people. I've trip sat for beginners more than a few times, and I've hosted several group trips at my place involving 5-7 people, which my friends always commented later that they had a blast.

It's great to have a house that can be wandered around, as well as a fairly secluded back yard or forested area that can be explored. A big tv that you can put music or a movie on, a clean open floor with pillows where you can stretch our and roll around, various fruits and light snacks just in case, and even a small light machine that projects different colored lights all over the room.

It's pretty obvious when a person starts having a rough time. Their face usually gets a blank expression while they stare off into nothing, they might start mumbling or talking to themselves, and they can become unresponsive. At the point where they stop responding to you it can be difficult to bring them back. I would suggest turning on some light, upbeat music or a very, very soft, happy video. This might get their attention and keep them going further down the hole. I highly suggest against constant attempts to get their attention by talking to or interacting with them. Usually you just want to do nothing at all if possible and just let them sit their and ride it out. Physically restraining a person is a really bad idea too unless they're trying to hurt themselves.
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Lydia Tootshit - Sat, 20 Oct 2018 20:32:38 EST ID:ONLKBWsH No.892961 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>892957
OP here. Wow, that sounds incredibly traumatizing. I’m sorry you had that experience. My boyfriend will be tripsitting me and he is very experienced with psychedelics. He even did 3 bottles of cough syrup once and had a similar experience you did with AL-LAD.
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Graham Clindlegold - Sat, 20 Oct 2018 20:52:50 EST ID:ZteKsYnw No.892962 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>892959
Couldn't agree with you more on how to deal with people whose trip is going south. During the experience I detailed earlier, my friends later finally gave up on trying to get me to snap out of it and very soon after that the very same trip turned incredibly blissful. I was still deluded but in the compete opposite way. What was hell before became heaven when I was just left alone to deal with it. Too bad that was near the end of the peak and I didn't get to enjoy it for too long before landing back into my body again.

>>892961
Sounds good OP, just make sure you're feeling positive if you're going through with the 375ug plan, and do it somewhere where you're sure you won't be disturbed for the entire duration of the trip. If your boyfriend hasn't dealt with people on high doses before (even though he's taken them himself), I'd still suggest he reads some good tripsitting material, it wouldn't hurt. Having a benzo handy wouldn't hurt either.

Just know that the experience will be very much on you. Your boyfriend could be great support but if you find yourself in weird/difficult situations you'll still have to deal with them on your own, he can only push you in the right direction. Good luck!


what's the point when you see completely through the matrix by Acid Head - Tue, 02 Oct 2018 22:55:40 EST ID:SHz9ILt+ No.892584 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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is it just to get lost again? currently trying that and it's working pretty well
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Augustus Blenningdock - Wed, 17 Oct 2018 18:08:44 EST ID:KXVsx4k2 No.892902 Ignore Report Quick Reply
op, try having a telepathic conversation with aliens
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Nell Gimblewell - Wed, 17 Oct 2018 19:04:33 EST ID:eDdaRyot No.892903 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>892705
not in the sense where you are questioning everyday things that are necessary to function.
Why does money exist? Why do we need to wear clothes and bathe every day? Why do we need to hold ourselves together with a sense of decorum in public and not say every random bit of nonsense that comes into your head?

These are questions that can be asked, but if you obsess over them to the point where it impedes function, I find that to be more delusional than to just ignore the simple things as to how society works as a whole.

This could easily be misconstrued as "don't fuck with the status quo", so believe me when I'm not saying that. You can ask the questions, you can be an activist in a field you're passionate about and bring up contrary views to people who may have never even thought that way. But if you're lost deep in the psychedelic stage of questioning whether reality is even real, and it's affecting your day-to-day life, you should lay off the psys.

"Seeing through the matrix" is bullshit. This post actually kinda agrees as well, because you don't see anything, you just believe you do. With psy abuse your pattern recognition is fucked and you're making links to things that aren't there, or you are making links to things that ARE there, but are so plainly obvious it's not even something worth mentioning.

I went through a similar experience at one point. I had the foresight to realise that was a real toxic way of thinking and stopped.
Enjoy your drugs, you can learn a lot about yourself from them. However nothing is going to unlock some secret "truth" about the universe just because you got high, even if you think it did.
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William Fizzledale - Wed, 17 Oct 2018 20:01:58 EST ID:7ybtrJEe No.892905 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>892590
This. Thank you beyond the grave Herr Junger.
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Fanny Decklenidging - Fri, 19 Oct 2018 07:21:28 EST ID:kf75iBsw No.892935 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>892584
If you see thru the matrix, get $$$ donate it to 420chan
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Eliza Sattingwill - Fri, 19 Oct 2018 21:00:48 EST ID:qnIsx4oz No.892941 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>892935


James Kent, DoseNation, dark side of psychedelics by Shit Crinnerpotch - Thu, 18 Oct 2018 10:26:22 EST ID:Rg8VYXFb No.892920 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Has anyone here listened to James Kent's / DoseNation's eight (out of ten) podcast episodes on "the darker side of psychedelic culture"?
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Emma Chunkinmod - Thu, 18 Oct 2018 11:20:27 EST ID:kLV3S8Jp No.892921 Ignore Report Quick Reply
im not going to go conduct research over this, share a link or piss off
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Frederick Pugglewitch - Thu, 18 Oct 2018 11:31:48 EST ID:MBpUcT0G No.892922 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>892921
First episode http://www.dosenation.com/listing.php?smlid=8839

The rest can be found on the homepage http://www.dosenation.com
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Frederick Pugglewitch - Thu, 18 Oct 2018 11:31:48 EST ID:MBpUcT0G No.892923 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>892921
First episode http://www.dosenation.com/listing.php?smlid=8839

The rest can be found on the homepage http://www.dosenation.com
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Oliver Cregglepedge - Fri, 19 Oct 2018 16:47:15 EST ID:son+sazg No.892939 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It's refreshing to see someone stand up for recreational use of psychedelics publicly.


https://www.wholecelium.com/ by Jenny Habblewet - Sun, 07 Oct 2018 09:47:09 EST ID:hJALVrcv No.892676 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Is https://www.wholecelium.com/ legit or just an elaborate scam? I would really like to get my hands on some shrooms, but they are quite rare in my country.
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Betsy Bavingfield - Fri, 12 Oct 2018 06:32:50 EST ID:AuWwBqEZ No.892792 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Find them or do you know where any fly agarics are try that
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Eugene Pezzlebitch - Sat, 13 Oct 2018 03:54:56 EST ID:uEw98aii No.892811 Ignore Report Quick Reply
get a shroom kit from zamnesia instead. they're pretty great, you can flush em like 10 times
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Frederick Bicklefock - Fri, 19 Oct 2018 09:03:34 EST ID:Bbr9B7bS No.892936 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>892811
Would recommend, I got about 50 grams on my first batch and it took less than 3 weeks, even though it was my first time. Kits are still illegal in most parts of the EU though.


Being by Eugene Brunningstone - Wed, 17 Oct 2018 21:11:57 EST ID:/YrP9whW No.892906 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hello fellow substance abusers,
I had a confusing situation I was dealing with, and I oft find myself in these.
Why is it that it is not uncommon for people to talk about otherworldly beings? Do you think it is as a way of reflecting upon your own understanding separately as possible? How could you differentiate it from an intrusive thought? Even if there were a way to benefit from this ordeal, how can you draw the line between self criticism and wishful-magical thinking psychosis? I feel left out most because of already knowing everything I know and these "persons" addressing my exact loss for any doubt or really any loose feeling thought-pattern.
Or do you actually think they are something,,, truly beyond understanding of any which we already have?
I ask your most ludicrous ideas alone in this matter, and I couldn't want more, thank you.
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Eugene Brunningstone - Thu, 18 Oct 2018 09:35:51 EST ID:/YrP9whW No.892918 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>892914
My whole question was to ask about an underlined definition of whatever these things people describe are as it's not a rare case to speak of such entities. But please do elaborate on your experience.
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Cedric Fidgeridge - Thu, 18 Oct 2018 18:01:42 EST ID:YyGBX0Ax No.892926 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>892906
>Or do you actually think they are something,,, truly beyond understanding of any which we already have?
That much seems obvious. I see the psychedelic experience partly as a symptom of shedding of layers of unearned certainty, such as of the atheist materialist narrative. Which seems like attachment that acts as an anchor that can keep us submerged in a septic tank of fear and hate.
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Betsy Clerryfield - Thu, 18 Oct 2018 18:24:19 EST ID:orOv8TrE No.892927 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>892926

Would the shedding of certainty not leave a person agnostic? How could they choose to believe in something one way or the other? What if these beings only exist in your own mind? What if they're real, but only to you? What if none of you are real, and I don't exist? Are the people in my dreams as real as the people I see when I'm awake? How do I know any of my conscious experience is even happening at all? Does any of this matter?
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Shitting Clodgebit - Thu, 18 Oct 2018 22:09:24 EST ID:LywZUfmH No.892928 Ignore Report Quick Reply
People talk about otherworldly beings because we're simply apes that have learned to act human.

Our minds might be human, but our brains are still ape brains.

And an ape cannot imagine a force without some plant, fungal or animal agent behind it.

So our brains automatically assign a "entityness" to whatever we experience, and only the mind can say "Ay hol up, makes no sense for this force to be an entity you fucking stupid monkey brain!"
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Shit Dartshaw - Fri, 19 Oct 2018 06:22:25 EST ID:ru6Fdy+9 No.892933 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>892927
Bingo, on that level though reality can sort of be verified by a collective critical consensus. Nobody every really has exactly the same hallucination or dream so sharing the exact same experience in reality when measured with objectivity offers some baseline for "real". Now as for this particular biological form's capacity to perceive and understand all the input presented who knows really. All those rhetorical questions of existential crisis are good and dandy, but I think we both know that within that uncertainty about gods and spirits it can be said that purpose and meaning are not to be found in the laws of nature, it is our job to create it.
As for me when I did large doses of DMT I found it did leave me leaning agnostic, but it also convinced me there's something more enduring to the nature of conciousness itself. It's a hard feeling to describe but it does feel almost otherworldly.


pcp in lsd by Clara Bardshit - Thu, 18 Oct 2018 16:54:50 EST ID:KVfKB4vR No.892924 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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can a pcp dose fit on blotter paper or lsd be laced with pcp?
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Betsy Clerryfield - Thu, 18 Oct 2018 17:49:13 EST ID:orOv8TrE No.892925 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I highly doubt it. I'm pretty sure pcp is not active in small enough amounts
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Jenny Cluddlehet - Fri, 19 Oct 2018 00:04:13 EST ID:fV3Gc7P6 No.892930 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>892925
it would be difficult but not impossible.
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Barnaby Doffingpat - Fri, 19 Oct 2018 05:35:02 EST ID:/XDFVZ5V No.892932 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It differs so much from L, people would definitely see what's going on, it's likea cutting coke with fent but hey, that happend already so who knows?


Using psys as tools for introspection vs fun by zorak - Sun, 07 Oct 2018 08:01:48 EST ID:YaBnI+yO No.892672 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hello, maybe the title isn't as comprehensive, but I've been giving this thought some consideration.

You know how you can use psychedelics at festivals (doofs) to enhance the experience, have a good time - just mainly with the intention of party purposes - right?

And you can also use them alone, in a safe/comfortable place (e.g. your bedroom) to try and get inside your head, maybe reflect on some things or work out some issues within.

Although with both (more notably the latter), there is always the chance of running into "difficult moments" (i.e. bad trips). But I've come to notice that because at festivals you are bombarded with pleasant sensory distractions (lasers, fucking good choonz, etc); falling, and being stuck in those bad trips seems to be less frequent. This is, at least, what I've personally experienced.

I'm not saying that you *can't* have amazing realizations/epiphanies at festivals, because you definitely can - one of the most pivotal points in my life (practicing a martial art) was because I was tripping at a festival - but it just seems more challenging to go really deep within yourself with all that distraction around.

I'm considering tripping in a float tank to see how deep into my mind I can go without all that noise...

Curious to hear what anyone else's thought/opinions on this topic may be.

tl;dr is psytrance made in a way to distract you from your own [negative] thoughts so you can have a good time dancing while you're tripping?
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George Sorringwill - Tue, 16 Oct 2018 06:47:33 EST ID:ZteKsYnw No.892879 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>892868
>>892869
Christ you sound like a high school kid that just discovered psychedelics yesterday and now thinks he's really "woke" and everything is wrong with the world but nobody sees how terrible society is except you. Do you think you were born in the wrong generation? Was life much better before, when people died like fucking cattle because all those "survival skills" still weren't nearly good enough to make our lives easier and more comfortable? Hell, the existence of modern society could be considered our very best survival skill. Nothing has contributed more to our survival than this collective society we're in, but you're clinging to such a shallow definition of what survival is.

You're delusional, being ignorant and lazy is not celebrated or desired. Saying such complete bullshit further shows you lack any sort of critical thinking, you just assume everyone is a retard except you to boost your ego. Boo hoo things are so bad because most people can't start a fire using 2 sticks, society is doomed! Lmao give me a break you shallow-minded contrarian. If a person wants to have the "survival skills" you're talking about, nothing is stopping them. I can't fathom why you're so butthurt about people not being able to survive in the wild. If they get lost in a jungle it's their loss, not yours.

>>892870
If you don't think a longer life expectancy is bad, then just off yourself whenever you think it's appropriate. Why would humans have this collective tendency towards a longer life if it was bad? I don't see the logic behind your thinking.

The part you're right about is the fact that a lot of nature has been ruined by modern humans, and while I obviously agree that this is bad, I'll still take all the advantages of living in this modern society if that's the cost. Call me selfish human scum, bit I'm just honestly saying what 99% of us think. People who complain about pollution, deforesting and trash in the ocean usually contribute to those things just as much as the next guy, and it's all basically just virtue signaling. Luckily there has been an obvious move towards sustaina…
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Jack Wemmerlidging - Tue, 16 Oct 2018 18:09:21 EST ID:orOv8TrE No.892885 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>892879

We're not even talking about the same thing anymore, bro. Chill out and fuckin' smoke more dude you are getting way too worked up.

Yeah people are lazy as fuck these days. What percentage of people that you know work out regularly, aerobic and anaerobic, and have a healthy, balanced diet? Probably less than ten percent. We are living in easy times, which creates weak men.
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Oliver Dartfoot - Tue, 16 Oct 2018 19:28:39 EST ID:U6cph6Y5 No.892886 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>892879
read Industrial Society and Its Future or Against Civilization. They're still probably too primitivist for me though. Also bombing people is stupid
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Beatrice Donkinkadging - Wed, 17 Oct 2018 23:20:18 EST ID:YaBnI+yO No.892910 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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Shitting Clodgebit - Thu, 18 Oct 2018 22:13:35 EST ID:LywZUfmH No.892929 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>892870
Humanity is bad for nature now.

Yes.

But the future is different. The earthly biosphere is already dead anyway. In only a few billion years, the Sun will burn up all surface water on Earth, and all life will fucking die.

By then, the only chance for life to survive is to be spread across the universe by... humans.


bipolar and wanna do my bi-annual trip by Edwin Saggleshaw - Wed, 17 Oct 2018 22:29:31 EST ID:PSYZ/5zj No.892909 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Yo. Anyone /bipolar/ here? I've been on lithium for about 4 months... I was going to trip for the first time since the blizzard in April. I just found out that if I take LSD then I'll probably have a seizure. What do you guys know? Can I take mushrooms? Can What's going on? Should I stop taking lithium for a couple months and then try? This is really bumming me out my dudes.
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Beatrice Favinghall - Thu, 18 Oct 2018 02:03:20 EST ID:SEb/y57W No.892915 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>892909
Interesting, never heard lithium could/would do that. Can you substitute another medication that produces the same results, or supposed to. Anyway, two months would likely be fine. Though, maybe just start a new drug, say it isn't agreeing woth you, and still wait for a considerable amount of time. Shrooms, never heard any issues with anti depressants, etc. Smoking a lot of good pot makes me kinda trip, if I were to. Maybe just stick with that and a amount of shrooms.
Research I guess.


Tripping by yourself by Alice Hebberhood - Sat, 13 Oct 2018 11:02:22 EST ID:TtURm4p5 No.892815 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Advice on solo tripping? Thinking about dropping solo first time but I'm not sure what to do. My goal for the trip would be introspection and self-discovery.
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Hugh Clummleledging - Mon, 15 Oct 2018 20:49:42 EST ID:7ybtrJEe No.892872 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>892815
I'd highly recommend having one trusted and experienced associate present even if in another room, even just to be able to do things for you. If you don't have one to call on then that's really a shame.
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Hugh Clummleledging - Mon, 15 Oct 2018 20:51:52 EST ID:7ybtrJEe No.892873 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I really recommend having a trusted and experienced associate on site, even in another room, even if just to do little mundane things for you. If you don't have anyone like that to call on then that's just sad. You can trip solo but after reading that dipshit's blogpost about eating 5g mushrooms and freaking out I really just...nb
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Jack Mennerfuck - Tue, 16 Oct 2018 16:47:41 EST ID:x7+99/Ts No.892884 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>892816
>>892867
This, I love tripping alone. just doing what I want with nobody watching me.
Just relax and go with the flow and you'll be ok, if its too much there's always Tripsit.me

Personally I find watching a movie/gaming a waste of time, I can hardly focus on something that rly demands my attention, also I can watch a movie when sober.
I usually end up listning to music, watching the sky/tree's, getting lost in on my own thoughts or following the closed eye visuals

Enjoy your trip:)
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Ernest Demmlewell - Tue, 16 Oct 2018 20:21:48 EST ID:vWiwATS7 No.892887 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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My first and many times tripping were solo, I think it's really nice.
Here, have an album I listened to while tripping for the very first time joyously by myself in my dorm room.
It was winter, most of my friends had gone.
I wish there was a monastic life I could live that gave me the college feelings.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UTXnju3lEIA

This was back when I enjoyed writing. I scoffed at the upcoming experience a bit, and was writing in a notebook as the whole thing was settling in.

"Much" later I recall seeing a sliver of light on the ceiling, someone opening the door to my room. "Are you awake?" They asked. The music at this point was quite ridiculous. I pretended to be asleep, and the sliver withdrew as they shut the door.

I got away with it.
Later I looked at what I had been writing about: it was all scribbles
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Sophie Commleworth - Wed, 17 Oct 2018 10:25:39 EST ID:UGx1CDGi No.892901 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Have some benzos/anti-psychs on hand, they're basically an eject button should a bad trip occur. Just having them within reach makes sure that I don't panic if I trip alone, because I know that I can kill it within 30 minutes.


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