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Existential Crisis

- Sun, 21 Jun 2020 14:43:45 EST LoF1lFCT No.903765
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LSD has changed me a lot, I used to be a /pol/tard fashist but it showed me the truth about the world... yknow, the usual stuff...
But I think I overdid it and it fucked me up. it feels like I am stuck in an eternal trip, the world around me does not feel real anymore. I am stuck in a simulation and I forgot how to wake up. I dunno what to do, I have no motivation to do anything because of how worthless everything is, I smoked some weed a few days ago and I had terrifying existential thought loops identical to LSD.
I want to be ignorant again, I can not handle the reality it showed me. How do I become a normie again?
Krias - Sun, 21 Jun 2020 14:46:26 EST pcGY1q5e No.903766 Reply
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only porn matters

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Hamilton Worthingworth - Sun, 21 Jun 2020 18:19:24 EST nQJqKzRt No.903769 Reply
how long has this gone on for
do you suffer from any mental health conditions
do you take any meds or other drugs
Caroline Wimblefoot - Sun, 21 Jun 2020 21:01:18 EST 4tUTTc+v No.903770 Reply
meditate on compassion and loving-kindness
PSYcheDELic - Mon, 22 Jun 2020 03:03:33 EST yDJ2aQAX No.903777 Reply
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I ate a horrendous dose of LSD once somewhere between the ages of 3 and 5, repressed the memories somewhat, but never really came down. Spent my whole life trying to figure out what had happened. Now, i'm a furry and addicted to hallucinogens. You'll be fine.
Samuel Gimmlehadging - Mon, 22 Jun 2020 11:30:53 EST ol3lKwZ/ No.903778 Reply
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Aren't you curious about anything, doesn't anything intrigue you? That's your motivation. Now just make sure you are respectful and kind to other beings and explore your curiosities. If they are just that - curiosities, there is no way that you could be disappointed by walking the walk and exploring them.
Anon - Mon, 22 Jun 2020 13:18:26 EST A6tRwAb2 No.903780 Reply
You should probably stop doing LSD and other drugs. Whether the world around you is real or just a simulation is irrelevant; the consequences of the world that you perceive are undeniably real. You are forsaking the possibility of living a fulfilling life in this world for a fantasy world that only exists in your head while it is chemically altered. I have done psychedelics before and I can assure you that with time you will be able to go back. But, you must abstain from all drug including alcohol for a while. Your brain will be able to bounce back, our biological machinery is amazing like that. You have been given a great opportunity via this crisis to finally make the proper changes in your life, to better yourself!
Walter Fucklenin - Tue, 23 Jun 2020 00:27:04 EST 9JchIYMz No.903785 Reply
This is exactly right. Derealization happens to some people. You weren't "ignorant" before, it's just that now your brain is temporarily unable to process external stimuli as it normally would.
Stay away from all drugs, but especially hallucinogens and cannabis. You'll eventually go back to normal, but it will take time.
Mr_Shawmeen - Tue, 23 Jun 2020 00:56:02 EST O61PecZf No.903789 Reply
My niggas, I'm so very glad to see people offering sound and caring advice. OP I would 100% agree with these gents. Derealization/depersonalization is pretty u comfortable but not something that doesn't fix itself. Just live a normal sober life and eat healthy, exercise, and maybe do some meditation and you'll be right as rain. Try your best to be kind to others and you'll naturally be kind more often to yourself. Wash. Rinse. Repeat.
Jack Fommerhat - Wed, 24 Jun 2020 22:03:29 EST H3mt3FOC No.903830 Reply
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be sober. get a canoe or kayak and use it. stay hydrated and the rest will work itself out. also, work on getting good sleep.
Barnaby Fuckingville - Thu, 25 Jun 2020 11:16:49 EST 4tUTTc+v No.903837 Reply
I think this trip we all have on Earth is spiritual in nature and our decisions in this life determine our karma and future rebirth.
Lillian Sablingbutch - Thu, 25 Jun 2020 15:15:14 EST nC72LLIm No.903841 Reply
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So, this is where Gatorade Lemon-Lime is bottled at the source from.
Ian Winkinham - Mon, 29 Jun 2020 19:02:39 EST LoF1lFCT No.903928 Reply
ty for advice anons, I feel somewhat real now... holy crap I dunno if that was a psychosis or something else but I am definitely taking at least a month long break from all mind altering substances. I was so paranoid all the time and questioned everything, including my own thoughts and the world around me. I was convinced that everyone around me is an alien and out to get me for a while lol
>Whether the world around you is real or just a simulation is irrelevant; the consequences of the world that you perceive are undeniably real.
repeating this to myself every time I start getting existential thoughts helps a lot
Martha Mublingfure - Tue, 30 Jun 2020 03:56:29 EST PhT4Cp94 No.903935 Reply
>questioned everything, including my own thoughts

Yeap, that sure sounds familiar. I tripped on acid four months ago and despite the trip itself being awesome, coming down was a disaster which left me traumatized. Experienced pretty much the same shit as you, derealization, thinking of being stuck in a simulation, frequent flashbacks, extraordinarily poor sleep, existential anxiety, feelings of not being "me", obsessive thinking about the experience etc. At one point I was legitimately scared of killing myself, not because I wanted to but because I had realized that I have no control over my thoughts and actions (which still may or may not be true actually, but an illusion of free will is good enough for me now).
It might take weeks or even a couple of months but rest assured, your brain will eventually snap back into normal mode. Our brains are awesome like that. Laying off any psychoactive substances for a while is a good idea.
Nigel Bardhood - Sat, 04 Jul 2020 23:34:42 EST xOOWF2VW No.904008 Reply
You sound mildly psychotic, just try quitting drugs for a while
Sidney Chubbernut - Mon, 06 Jul 2020 07:16:42 EST plxVxOo2 No.904020 Reply
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Congrats faggot you mk ultra'd yourself. Your only hope is to go live in the woods now.
Martin Dizzlewell - Tue, 07 Jul 2020 15:05:36 EST 4q9buqUW No.904040 Reply
>the truth
Yeah, like you know what "the truth" entails. If I had a nickel for every bastard that proclaimed they discovered "the truth" after a psychedelic trip, I'd be rich.

Why don't you write down your thoughts? Did you know that you could have these realizations completely sober?
I fucking love mushrooms - Wed, 08 Jul 2020 02:30:34 EST 6zJxbalo No.904048 Reply
Pretty much this, shoulda just binged on shrooms instead.
Hugh Hendermod - Thu, 09 Jul 2020 11:21:23 EST JGbzHcVa No.904079 Reply
standard advice: Stop taking drugs, go into nature, exercise, get some interests going in your life, be a good person to others

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