RealityDreams wrote:Just this year I experienced Salvia for the first time. It was the first time I have used any kind of psychedelic. I remember my friend’s husband calling me. The first question out of his mouth was “are you ready to go to the other side?” He wasn’t kidding. The experience scared the daylights out of me and at the same time it was the most invigorating incident of my life.
K-EH made the comment that they felt like they were being turned like a page in a book. I too felt that in my experience. I also remember that I felt like if I didn’t get back to the “real” world that I would be lost forever. However, I can say that I will use it again someday, but it is defiantly something that one should be prepared for.
Speedwell wrote:LSD and other hallucinogens have not been shown to "open the mind" to any "higher reality." It is evident from the research that one of the effects of this sort of drug is to stimulate the brain to feel as though it is "expanded," or else to cripple the mind so much that it can no longer correctly perceive reality and thus reverts to an infantile state of inability to process sense stimuli.
However, as anyone knows who has ever had narcolepsy, a panic attack, or an obsessive-compusive disorder, the fact that you feel an emotion or hallucinate is not adequate evidence that there is a reason to feel the emotion, or that the things "seen" are really present.
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