If anyone judges you, they have to come through me first!
I just read this again and realized I changed my picture. It sounds so unthreatening coming from a pussy cat, but I can be a lion when I have to!
Just be yourself!
And Jack Reacher, its extremely interesting to hear about your experiences on magic mushrooms as they closely mirror my own. The second time i took mushrooms i was sitting on a hill in a field, looking down on the a town. I kept on thinking about the flow of energy through the world; especially the flow of negative and positive energy. I was thinking that, the more positive energy that you put out, the more you will absorb and vice versa with negative energy. I later found out that this theory is called the law of attraction, which i found very interesting. Next to the field was a small forest with many beautiful deciduous trees, and i couldn't help but be overwhelmed by the immense beauty of life; It always finds a way, even in extreme, hostile conditions. I find that when on shrooms, your thoughts are so much more intense and meaningful, almost like a poem in your head.
Although it was a positive trip overall, i find that every trip i have had usually has negative undertones to it. I was sitting on this hill with my next door neighbor, and time was going so slowly. I thought that I would be forced to live on the hill for the rest of my life, which would seem like an eternity due to the monotonous pace of time. But a mushroom trip, positive or negative, will always provide you with deep, meaningful insights that can help you to better your self if you try to integrate them into your life.
Thanks everyone for the amazing response and positivity. HAGART, i was especially interested to hear of your LSD trip. It was really a fascinating read, thanks very much for sharing.
'Where do you want to go?' responded the Cheshire Cat.
'I don't know,' Alice answered.
'Then,' said the Cat, 'it doesn't matter.
I also find my mind tending towards looking at the area in terms of energy (this is when I was sober though).
I imagined each person in their home and tried to visualise or calculate the energy they were giving off, whether it was doing something like sitting at a computer, reading, talking etc. Then I would multiply it as my eye gazed over all the houses, the multiplicative value would change depending on the house, distance to shopping centers, all sorts of factors. It really is something to look at a town and quite literally watch it live and breathe.
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