Getting into dangerous territory there flavius.
If I thought I could see through the roof, that might be ‘trippy’ at the time, but it certainly isn’t life changing…unless you have a very, very tight grasp on what you think reality is.
I am a militant agnostic…and what I mean by that is that you (you being everyone) don’t know how god operates and neither do I. However, I do ‘believe’ that there is some sort of organization to the universe, that its not purely chaotic and that it is full of beauty and wonder and things that are incredibly far beyond our normal everyday grasp.
So let me get this straight…if someone has a powerful, transformative experience on a psychadelic and seeks to alter how they live their lives because of it….that is in your view ‘crazy’ or ‘wrong?’ I think a very, very large portion of this forum would disagree with you. As long as the way you change your life is for the better, who cares if the catalyst for that was a sober meditation, an assload of LSD, or anything else for that matter?
For a particularly stunningly eloquent example, go back and read Simon’s post about DMT and how powerful of an effect it had on him.
Intense DMT experience != random trippy visual that you forget about. If that’s your opinion, you probably have never had a very intense DMT experience at all.
Seems to me that your ‘keeping it real’ is nothing but refusing to acknowledge that there are things out there that are beyond your capacity to understand, or turning a blind eye to the potential life-changing experiences that (properly administered) psychedelics can potentially yield….good luck with that attitude
I mean…this is the Twisted forum. I’m sure every.single.one of the twisted artists would say that psychedelics have had an incredible effect on themselves, their music, and their entire lives.
But please, by all means…keep it real meng.