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Trip preparation by Sidney Greenville - Sun, 18 Feb 2018 22:00:14 EST ID:vIxDV8++ No.886111 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hello my fellow psy users.

I was just wondering about how you guys prepare for a trip. I'd like to learn more so I can get the most out of mine.
Do you guys have any rituals? Do you just pop a few tabs like nothing happened? Please share
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Cedric Herrydine - Tue, 20 Feb 2018 16:35:27 EST ID:GKLSPlm3 No.886160 Ignore Report Quick Reply
food and water son, you need them to survive, plus stuff tastes gooood on psychs
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Caroline Fupperhood - Wed, 21 Feb 2018 00:01:51 EST ID:O4ON4D1A No.886165 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I have autism so I love my rituals and repetition.

I fast on a LOT of my trips.

t. -2.00 I drink a lot of water, considering many trips I will be lying on my bed for a long time, sedated and alone

t. -.30 I scale the water drinking back

Whenever I trip I always keep the substances basically in my hand or right next to me for at least 20 minutes, sometimes much more. It helps to keep me grounded and remember what I'm doing, what day it is, the major purpose I have if I have one, etc. I also write the hour of ingestion on my wrist. Earlier I would keep a book next to me with suspected onset, comeup and peak times, but it's not really necessary with more experience. Although sometimes I'll do it for heavy dxm trips.

I've spent a lot of money making my bed as comfy as possible - the right quilt, sheets, blankets etc. I also bought a 2nd pair for blinds to block out as much light as possible.

For music I have a DAP, a headphone amp and in-ear headphones. I spend good money and time making these the best I can for my price point.

I also have the Mindfold mask which is great.
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Caroline Fupperhood - Wed, 21 Feb 2018 03:16:31 EST ID:O4ON4D1A No.886166 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>886165

Fasting is good for a number of reasons:

  • Less nausea
  • If you are prone to taking a dump on the comeup, it won't be a monster
  • Lets you focus on the 'transcendental' rather than worldly pleasures, which is all about what tripping is
  • Weight loss which is good for 99% of people
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Edward Chombleshaw - Wed, 21 Feb 2018 07:33:03 EST ID:ncWy+tY+ No.886175 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>886166

I tend to abstain from food for about 4-5 hours depending, works great for me, no need to do a whole ramadan style fast, just give your body some time to process it all.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8RFXpNh4KGU
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Polly Ginderford - Wed, 21 Feb 2018 19:29:01 EST ID:LywZUfmH No.886188 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>886166
You forgot the biggest advantage of fasting.

DRUGS METABOLIZE FASTER SO THE DRUGS HIT HARDER BRUV!


Trippie Memes by Hamilton Gonderfuck - Fri, 16 Feb 2018 16:30:15 EST ID:DhENVwM/ No.886033 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Y'all gone give me ur best tripe lulu plz
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Awe' !!vVWR8L52 - Sun, 18 Feb 2018 15:12:32 EST ID:W69QLDMJ No.886100 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>886033
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James Grandlock - Sun, 18 Feb 2018 20:21:36 EST ID:W69QLDMJ No.886108 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>886100
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Edward Hobblespear - Mon, 19 Feb 2018 03:05:05 EST ID:I24R9tiJ No.886115 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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Nathaniel Blazzlemot - Wed, 21 Feb 2018 09:32:25 EST ID:9HOBsLF9 No.886179 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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Doris Blimmlefit - Wed, 21 Feb 2018 19:19:19 EST ID:MFGUwYNE No.886187 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>886179
Looks more like he’s sipping on that good shit to me


Raticate used Hyperfang by Esther Brungerworth - Sun, 18 Feb 2018 20:50:21 EST ID:7UpK6wM2 No.886109 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Ratatat is Shpongle for normies.
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Awe !!vVWR8L52 - Wed, 21 Feb 2018 08:54:31 EST ID:W69QLDMJ No.886178 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>886172
We feel the need to balance out the opinion about it, because it's way too popular and well regarded for it' actual quality it seems
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Jarvis Hemmerlitch - Wed, 21 Feb 2018 11:15:23 EST ID:pHcx7l47 No.886181 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>886172

They're talking shit because they're upset for whatever reason that shpongle is more popular than they apparently ought to be?

This is simy a case of butt-frustration, through and through.

/Thread. Typical /Psy/
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Frederick Gonderspear - Wed, 21 Feb 2018 11:18:47 EST ID:KCefwKwJ No.886183 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>886181
Please stay objective in this discussion.
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Jack Clishbad - Wed, 21 Feb 2018 11:24:45 EST ID:RV16DdZf No.886184 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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If you want to listen to some shit that's really out there psychedelic-wise, try the Parable of Arable Land by the Red Krayola
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lERLfwriyJI

Thinking you're better than someone because of the music you listen to vs them is really immature. In art people will always have their personal preferences and as long as they can explain it competently then I don't think it really matters. For example, I personally prefer Tame Impala's Lonerism to Shpongle's music because I think its one of the best produced psychedelic records of the last 20 years and I enjoy rock instruments more than electronic sounds.
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Edward Chombleshaw - Wed, 21 Feb 2018 16:03:30 EST ID:ncWy+tY+ No.886186 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>886184

If you want to listen to some shit that's really out there psychedelic-wise, try La Marièe mise à nu par ses cèlibataires même. Erratum musical by Marcel Duchamp.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SyXej7VsJOE

Thinking you're better than someone because of the music you listen to vs them is really immature. In art people will always have their personal preferences and as long as they can explain it competently then I don't think it really matters. For example, I personally prefer Shpongle to Tame impala's music because I think its one of the best produced psychedelic records of the last 20 years and I enjoy listening to music which isnt just labeled psychedelic and can affect a trip rather than using psychedelic as a means to sell your product.


TECHNOLOGY IS THE ANSWER by Cedric Pittway - Mon, 19 Feb 2018 06:36:24 EST ID:4DHDY7x/ No.886119 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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AND YOU'RE ALL WRONG

discuss
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George Sinnercocke - Wed, 21 Feb 2018 03:49:13 EST ID:6YwuYBDK No.886167 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>886163
technology will solve all problems in the world man, its gonna reinvent society, computers and AI are replacing everything, thats a fact, but how its integrated, and whos in charge of it all, will determin whether that affects the masses positively or negatively, im gonna dedicate my life to the cause, and to my own personal success, because I think I have an idea that will be the next microsoft/apple.

When yall see me coming up in the world, feel free to join the cause.

PS PSYCHEDELICS AND MEDITATION TAUGHT ME EVERYTHING I KNOW

EAT ACID BECOM GENIUS :^)
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Wesley Magglehall - Wed, 21 Feb 2018 05:52:28 EST ID:pJjP5BYv No.886170 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>886167
We already have a BWT thread bud

nb
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George Sinnercocke - Wed, 21 Feb 2018 06:06:27 EST ID:6YwuYBDK No.886171 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>886170
bruh, i aint trippin, unless you call being a genius trippin' i got everythin under control here folks just stand back and watch the master fix our world
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Frederick Gonderspear - Wed, 21 Feb 2018 11:17:13 EST ID:KCefwKwJ No.886182 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Technology just provides the ruling class with more power to enslave mankind. Go ask Ted Kaszinsky.
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Molly Wommlelig - Wed, 21 Feb 2018 16:01:23 EST ID:tT9q7YH4 No.886185 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Fuck yes.
Living the cyber dream here I will never log off.


4-HO-MET by Alice Denkinhod - Wed, 21 Feb 2018 10:15:32 EST ID:kxLI9wKT No.886180 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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it's the best holy shit so many shapes


What books to become the guru by Lillian Cumblelun - Tue, 20 Feb 2018 00:53:52 EST ID:JEBLvmCI No.886143 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What books should I buy (as I never seem to finish books on my phone or kobo)to help me become an expert psychonaugh and so all my trips arnt just for fun or self relaxation thoughts or just wacky ideas.

Example Terrence McKenna suggested reading Jung and alchemy before tripping as it will put some good ideas in your mind before hand.

Other books I've seen which I'd like suggestions on.

>The psychedelics explorers guide by James fadiman
>Programin and meta programming-John c Lilly(read bits of this but then put it down,is it worth buying)
>Jung and alchemy

Are timothy leary's books worth reading ? I've read his Tibetan book of the dead what wasn't so bad.I also have the real tibetan book of the dead which I found to be a very difficult read and should really get back into it.

Another book I think I seen on maps.org was about a doctor (psychologist maybe) who was using psychedelic drugs for one on one session with patients to help them with their problems.I wouldn't mind finding somthing like that.
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Cedric Cunnerdare - Tue, 20 Feb 2018 05:21:41 EST ID:li3MMiSE No.886153 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I recommend all three of the above posts and a few others

>DMT The Spirit Molecule by Dr. Rick Strassman (lots of info on how DMT wors in the brain (both well established facts and theories) as well as many very interesting trip reports.

>Supernaturals by Graham Hancock (if you are interested in entity contact and related subjects this is the book for you. Read all 400 pages in one night back in college as the peak of my early psychedelic research and it changed my life)

>The Cosmic Serpent by Jeremy Narby (lots of speculative theories as well as well established facts about DNA)

>Shambhala The Sacred Path of the Warrior by Chogyam Trungpa (this book is really good material on how to attain your inner peace)

>The Art of Communicating by Thich Nhat Hahn (same basic idea as the above book)

>Art Psalms by Alex Grey (great artbook, loads of psychedelic imagery and accompanying text about esoteric subjects)

>The Doors of Perception by Aldous Huxley (last but not least, an account of one man's first trip with LSD, and the beauty he sees inherent in the world. Theories on the nature of the mind flower from these observations)
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Cedric Cunnerdare - Tue, 20 Feb 2018 05:23:42 EST ID:li3MMiSE No.886154 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>886153
Ah yes I forgot, read the 4 Vedas, Tibetan and Egyptian Books of the Dead would be good, and The Epic of Gilgamesh (just for fun).
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Basil Pendlegold - Tue, 20 Feb 2018 09:03:34 EST ID:LywZUfmH No.886155 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The Doors of Perception. Just some general introductions to philosophy books. Not much else. Maybe some McKenna books if you take it with a little salt.

Not much else, most psychedelic 'literature' is just fucking retarded Captain Obvious self-help, or worse, straight up schizophrenic tinfoil shit.
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James Chobberlut - Tue, 20 Feb 2018 20:06:06 EST ID:JEBLvmCI No.886162 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Hmm so alright suggestions here
I forgot one and it is on MAPs it's called ketamine dreams and realities

>>886155
I agree with you.From a lot of what I have tried to read it all seems put out there like lost occult books.
They try to sound all mystical but talking back on them selves for 100 pages then they get to one mini point what was probably an obvious life realisation (don't dwell on the past it's bad for your soul !)then back to speaking all Mumbai jumbo.
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Lydia Mablingfoot - Wed, 21 Feb 2018 07:20:54 EST ID:RNAi26CY No.886173 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>886143

Just books man, everything, PC.


Friend w/ Schizophrenia cautiously wants to try shrooms by Augustus Hevingmen - Tue, 23 Jan 2018 04:09:55 EST ID:dHNvjBjq No.884975 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I have done shrooms I have done acid. We’re both aware people with mental problems like Schizophrenia shouldnt experiment with mushrooms but I’m curious, is there a 100% chance it ends badly for them or could I trip w/ this friend and possibly guide the trip in a positive direction?
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Phineas Firrywill - Thu, 08 Feb 2018 00:43:38 EST ID:W1Knd0bD No.885705 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>885685
Not until later this year am I giving this friend mushies, idk yet
But in your case I would take 1.5 gs. Then wait about 40 mins, and take another 2Gs.
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Phyllis Seshwill - Fri, 09 Feb 2018 11:43:55 EST ID:1Q/pl032 No.885794 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I have a schizophrenic friend who had a major freak out just from a little hit of weed. I really don't think that's a great idea
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Reuben Bloshway - Sat, 10 Feb 2018 03:52:28 EST ID:lbQu/kY8 No.885819 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>885794
My schizo blazes pot weekly if not daily
No freakouts there
Just worries about shrooms because its a psychedelic and her psyche is fragile due to the schizophrenia.
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George Shakefield - Wed, 14 Feb 2018 19:13:01 EST ID:Rr3za0So No.885996 Ignore Report Quick Reply
My friend is diagnosed autistic and schizophrenic. He's always been off-kilter, but taking LSD once made him more creative but also permanently made him feel more despair. So take that as you will. Your friend might not be as "bad" as my friend though. He makes noise/drone music and draws crazy art inspired by Manic Street Preachers and dark surreal Russian painters. Cool guy tho
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Barnaby Pammledetch - Tue, 20 Feb 2018 23:36:18 EST ID:90ZkNPKV No.886164 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>885996
link to any of his stuff?


Acid has made me no longer human and I hate it by William Brillystock - Mon, 22 Jan 2018 04:59:55 EST ID:7sMeuPDd No.884903 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I had some rather profound acid experiences and now i'm pretty sure were in a matrix. I have nothing to say to people anymore because its all I can think about. People are like little machines that express everything they are in everything they do. It hurts to even think like this. It has no benefit to me because I'm a simple machine in a chamber of reflection too. I am seemingly incapable of true awareness and it makes me want to just go into a tiny box of a narrow consistant world perception like everyone else does because character is nothing if you're merely observing the world from the frame of either reflective morality, or us just being animals/machines, or us just being programs. God help me.
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Esther Binningnot - Mon, 19 Feb 2018 14:10:39 EST ID:2n6D8qNT No.886138 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>886137

This guy gets it.
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Sophie Pockspear - Mon, 19 Feb 2018 14:38:32 EST ID:ncWy+tY+ No.886139 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>886137

You're awesome. i hope you know that.
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Walter Handlespear - Tue, 20 Feb 2018 03:07:12 EST ID:I24R9tiJ No.886147 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>886135
This guy doesn't get it.

It does exist because even if it's a simulation, something gives rise TO that simulation. You're experiencing the product of something, and that experience exists, whether it's a simulation or not.
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Sophie Chushpin - Tue, 20 Feb 2018 04:44:32 EST ID:RNAi26CY No.886151 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>886147

Of course it exists, just not as a tablecloth.
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Awe !!vVWR8L52 - Tue, 20 Feb 2018 10:44:56 EST ID:W69QLDMJ No.886158 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>886147
I will have to respectfully disagree on this one, because you see if you take the simulacrum to be something that gives rise to existence, then where did the simulacrum itself spring from? You've guest it - the void.


What the hell did I take? by Clara Hinnerbad - Fri, 16 Feb 2018 12:18:47 EST ID:FTpXBRO5 No.886026 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Fellas, last night I went on the grungiest, dirtiest, most chemical-ish and artificial feeling trip I've ever had, without being considered a "bad trip"
Like I was watching the trip play out on an old VHS tapes I found in a dusty attic. I felt incredibly dumb, and still do slightly, and we were all laughing at nothing like retards the whole time. My face hurts from all the laughing. Multiple times I felt like I had "come to" in the middle of the trip to find myself laughing without thinking anything was funny. The fuck did I take?
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Jarvis Panningsack - Sun, 18 Feb 2018 14:48:05 EST ID:RNAi26CY No.886095 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>886094

Skirting the 50 scale electric anything is doubt.
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Awe' !!vVWR8L52 - Sun, 18 Feb 2018 15:06:55 EST ID:W69QLDMJ No.886096 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>886094
The hardest I've ever laughed which was more akin to a scream of death than a laugh, but it was a laugh, was when I was coming up on a trip to the gates of dawn and remembered a video of Russian soldiers slitting throats to some guerillas and laughing at it. I found their utter inability to feel empathy to those who are dying the most hilarious thing in the world. I laughed so hard my whole body was doing some weird gymnastics as a manifestation of the laugh and very soon I went off the deep end.
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Sidney Popperson - Tue, 20 Feb 2018 04:29:40 EST ID:betqZlvy No.886150 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>886081
actually it does sound pretty close to salvia divinorium
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Sophie Chushpin - Tue, 20 Feb 2018 04:47:41 EST ID:RNAi26CY No.886152 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>886150

I prefer to call it "jughead," or "you shouldn't be here..guards!"
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Priscilla Pockville - Tue, 20 Feb 2018 10:39:45 EST ID:6cMbjY+k No.886156 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>886026
I had a really strange experience on 4-ho-met when I did 25, didn't feel it, and added 25 more. I was tripping with friends who did 25 and we were trying to communicate but then I felt it. I just git hysterical and would reply to anything by repeating the last word but with "dick" added to it. Like "you want to have some pepsi?" "dickepsi *hysterical laugh*"
Feels really dumb in retrospect but back then I was completely inadequate.


fuck by Alice Greenbury - Sat, 17 Feb 2018 19:19:16 EST ID:F0/amjun No.886071 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I just smoked DMT.

After a minute of having my eyes closed, I felt something strange. I jolted up and opened my eyes. Everything looked fucked, and my arms looked like they were made of puddy. I was convinced I was dying.

I stared at my computer monitor and kept repeating "I'm not dying" over and over again. I felt horrible, i considered screaming. Instead I kept repeating that i was "not dying" unconvincingly. After 10 minutes, everything turned back to normal. I think I just forced myself out of ego death. I feel normal now, physically and mentally.

Any similar experiences? I'm not smoking DMT ever again after this cuz FUCK that was literally the scariest thing I ever went through.
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Molly Turveyway - Sun, 18 Feb 2018 06:18:55 EST ID:BmAsYlLN No.886088 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>886086
good joke dude
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Doris Pallymire - Sun, 18 Feb 2018 06:51:10 EST ID:ncWy+tY+ No.886089 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>886088
:) im glad someone got it.
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Rebecca Murdridge - Sun, 18 Feb 2018 09:44:40 EST ID:LywZUfmH No.886090 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>886071
Well, I didn't experience what you experienced, but in my opinion, a death experience is completely different from an ego death experience. Ego death has nothing to do with "death", ego death is all about losing yourself, melting into the environment, like the LHC shit in NGE.
You just experienced yourself deluding yourself you were dying.
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Sidney Bleblingstire - Sun, 18 Feb 2018 14:02:51 EST ID:7OBsp/5q No.886093 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>886071
Sucks man, glad you're back to feeling normal. First things first... I know you said you've smoked DMT like 15 times now, but how well do you trust the person who supplied it to you in regards to there being some impurities or whatever? Given you've had fairly consistent DMT trips in the past and your reaction to smoking it was so different, the two most likely reasons are the drug being adultered or you being in a significantly different physiological state than when you took it the other times (either sick, been using different supplements or ceasing to use them, on some kind of OTC or pharmaceutical or active metabolites of them are still in your system, or stress in general).

I've been certain that I was dying on hallucinogens a fair number of times more than I'd care for (usually from dirty dissociatives like DXM--MXE and various other aryl's don't seem to cause it). My method of handling that situation and myself is the same as it is in basically any situation where you mentally/psychologically really believe you're going to die (alternatively, feel like something terrible is going to happen/a lot of anxiety and sense of impending doom or wrongness) or in actual dangerous situations. What ever happens, happens. The only option offering any kind of salvation for you is to just quit trying to hang on and completely let go.

See, the beautiful part about things is that if you wind up actually dying, you've already surrendered to the fact that the reality/situation you are experiencing is out of your control and that if something negative winds up happening, we know whatever happens will happen. Even if there was a chance, a possibility for things to turn out differently, they didn't, can't, and won't. Honestly, you're only going to be helping yourself perform better if you let go because you aren't too busy panicking or worrying. Or, in the case of feeling like you are, in fact, dying from taking a psy, you're pretty much just going to wind up not dying (unless you're fuckin with nbome or some shit) and recovering once the trip is over. And, if not, it's not like you know when you'll actually die anyway. People die…
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Phyllis Biffingwick - Tue, 20 Feb 2018 01:09:57 EST ID:RRdnZe4T No.886144 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>886085
so... Mark Zuckerberg is a robot?

i fucking knew it


First DMT experience by Lydia Bicklefane - Mon, 19 Feb 2018 10:12:44 EST ID:oBDMfZcT No.886127 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I was with some friends this weekend. I've been on a self-discovery journey for the past couple of months and met with these very likeable fellows whom I've become really close with. Yesterday morning after having taken acid and after a two hour long jam session at my friend's place, we decided to smoke some DMT. It was my first time, and I'd like to share my experience with you guys, and I'd also like to read you guys' first experience with DMT.
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Basil Clayspear - Mon, 19 Feb 2018 10:21:06 EST ID:RNAi26CY No.886128 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>886127

In my experience the effects are greatly diminished in the vicinity of Ysalamiri.
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Lydia Bicklefane - Mon, 19 Feb 2018 10:23:47 EST ID:oBDMfZcT No.886129 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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So on with it:

After my friend explained to me the instructions on how to smoke the pipe, I prepared myself on his couch and to a really long and strong first hit. I could feel it instantly. I held it in for a good while, trying my hardest not to cough it out, and took it like a champ. I tried to take a second hit but by the time the pipe was in my mouth I was already off to another place.

My body felt heavy and I left the pipe on the table and laid back on the couch. My friend had told me to close my eyes but I really didn't have time to do anything. As soon as I laid back, everything fell into place. Perfect geometry, the room became white and green and orange squares, almost like I was inside a videogame. Bleeps and bloops in my head whenever I moved. My friends had ceased to be my friends and were suddenly cardboard cutouts of my friends, all square and geometrical.

I felt like I'd seen all of this in a dream before, it all felt so familiar, and suddenly I came to the realization that I'd been there, I'd always been there, and I'd always been everywhere else. I realized I existed in time simultaneously in the past and present and future. I realized my friends, they were me also. And the table. And the room. "I am God", I thought. "I am everything". The realization came to me in an odd manner, because it's as if I'd always known it and it was dumb of me to think about that now. I looked at him, then I looked at her, then at the guitar next to me on the couch, then at him again, then at her, at the guitar, at him, her, guitar, him, her, guitar, him, her, guitar, ad infinitum. I was stuck. I was stuck in an endless loop. Moreover, I'd always been stuck in that loop. This had always been my reality, looking to and fro forever, sitting in that silent room with these reflections of me. It felt like they were there just to comfort me, but not really interested on what I was thinking. It was scary, to say the least.
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Lydia Bicklefane - Mon, 19 Feb 2018 10:41:35 EST ID:oBDMfZcT No.886130 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>886128
What is Ysalamiri?

>>886129
Cont.

"Are we really here?" I asked my friend, who was to my left.

"Yes." He replied. "We've always been here". I laid back again on the couch. Funny, huh? He knew it too. About the loop, I mean. He knew we'd always been there in that loop and it was nothing strange. I'd asked that question to him all the time, actually. Infinite times. I looked at him, her, guitar, again, forever.

"What am I doing?" I thought. "Is this where I've always been? That's dumb. I have a life. I have a job and friends and family and a girlfriend. This can't be where I've always been. I don't want to be here forever. I want to go someplace else". So I tried to stand up and go somewhere, but as soon as I even thought about it, everything sort of glitched, error sounds like when your computer freezes. Kkrrrrssshhct bllllep bloop. And I was back into place, in my eternal loop.

"Are you real"? I asked my friend.

"Yes." He replied. "I've always been here". Again, a loop. It felt like he was there just to comfort me and tell me everything was real and alright when it really wasn't. Suddenly, the need to get out of the loop felt stronger and stronger. Him, her, guitar. Fuck this, this is dumb. I want out. I want to see thing. Fuck all of this.
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Sidney Pobblelick - Mon, 19 Feb 2018 11:18:06 EST ID:tT7oTfeI No.886131 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>886130
time loops sure are strange, my explanation is that on psychedelics time dilates, and it can dilate to the point where the conscious experience becomes recursive, ive had it happen a few times including the "i want out" freakout, I think, with experience, these mind bending experiences can be handled a lot better, knowing you will come out the other side even though everything is repeating is very comforting, the first few times, are always rough lol.

very mind bending experience you had OP, great report
much love and SLAYER


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bump while mothafuckin trippin
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Krungledon Fergalid - Sun, 11 Feb 2018 12:43:36 EST ID:n51/Qztl No.885901 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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BUMP
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Graham Wurryway - Sun, 11 Feb 2018 15:59:13 EST ID:Aht0Ch+u No.885903 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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The usual lazy evening, huh. Classic.
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Shit Borringstuck - Fri, 16 Feb 2018 23:06:25 EST ID:DKbjtDtU No.886047 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Shit Borringstuck - Fri, 16 Feb 2018 23:09:36 EST ID:DKbjtDtU No.886048 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Had 20mg of 4-AcO-DMT at 12:30AM this morning.

Still feeling the rush of love, empathy, euphoria, and meta thought.
I'll share an excerpt from my notes:
>Loss of human life…

… Such a cost. (For prohibition, a "drug-free" society)

This is a war that cannot be won.
A war fought to save lives will always fail,
Even if it be figurative, as it seems (in intention) in this case,
As lives are lost when wars are fought,
It is self-defeating.
Here we lose the lives of drug users, distributors, manufacturers, and peace officers alike,
As well as the ones who were close to them, sometimes.
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Thomas Soddledare - Mon, 19 Feb 2018 04:06:40 EST ID:OZuoSKpa No.886118 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>tfw micro dosed with a quarter tab and it's perfect


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