Gneh Onebar

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  1. I've tripped 6 times on 1P. I think @The Lucid Dreamer is right, 1P is harder on the body. During every trip I had quite a few muscle tensions and after the come down my body felt rather exhausted. But it also seems - at least for me - that 1P doesn't last that long. With 100 mcg (1 tab) I get to the peak at the 3 hour mark and after 4 hours the effects waer off pretty quickly. After 6 hours I'm normally back to baseline.

    Does anyone of you tried 1cP? You can't buy 1P legally in Germany, where I live, anymore. What was your experience with 1cP like?

  2. I'm planning to do an ayahuasca retreat this year in november in peru or Maybe in ecuador. Arkana spiritual center seems to offer pretty good retreats:

    The YouTube channel "Adeptus Psychonautica" recommends arkana and also "Your Mate Tom":



    The most profound experience of my life! And that’s really saying something given all the powerful experiences I’ve had in my life. After shooting through hyperspace and merging with God - which felt like cosmic paradise in eternity. I let go of such a huge burden from my heart -Deep existential fear of death, grief and the transient nature of reality all melted away when I had direct experience of where we come from and where we are going. For the first time in my life I can truly say, there is nothing to be afraid of! And thank God for that.
    This photo captured when I just came back to the human plane and was immensely grateful to be in this reality again. We truly are living in a magical existence.
    Thank you to Jose @arkana.ayahuasca for strongly encouraging me to partake in this sapo ceremony, otherwise I wouldn’t of done it due to fear. I’m genuinely excited to integrate everything I’ve learned in the real world and continue serving as many people as I can. For now, I’m going on a break again from medicine, but I would TOADally do it again. This was the cherry on top ? (Your Mate Tom)


    What were your experiences with aya retreats like? Where did you do it? Do you have any specific recommendations?

  3. @LfcCharlie4  Have a look at Bache's book "LSD and the mind of the universe", where he describes his journey of 70+ high doses LSD over 20 years. You will find a lot of useful informations there about the psychedelic path. Aside from his psychedelic explorations he had to do some traditional spiritual practices to ground himself and to get along with energy the LSD awakend in his body during the trips.

  4. @Waken  Cool. I like the book because it's a mixture of a personal report and an academic work - however I'm a phd student, so I'm quite familiar with this style of writing. ;) I really appreciated the chapter about reincarnation, where Bache quotes a University professor, who seems to have scientifically proven, that reincarnation is a fact.

    The book goes definitely deeper than the videos, but not everybody has the time to read it.

  5. Adeptus Psychonautica (YT Channel)

    "Reviews, commentary, and observations on all things relating to the psychedelic community.

    I’ve been an active member of the psychedelic community for several years, taking part in various retreats across Europe and Peru. I created this channel as a way to document my adventures, and as a way to comment on conversations that arise within the global psychedelic community.

    I’ll be putting out Retreat Reviews roughly once a month - until I run out of places that I have been to. I will also be doing a series which is more of a commentary on topics I see raised on reddit or other forums. Finally I will do some miscellaneous stuff like trip reports, or interviews with key figures in the community.

    I would love to collaborate with any other Youtubers who are interested in these topics. If anyone has a project in mind then feel free to reach out."


  6. Here is a quote from an article, that talks about the healing power of LSD: LSD and other psychedelics can be extremely useful to treat mental illnesses, chronic pain, withdrawal symptoms etc.:

    "But what happens when people take extreme amounts of LSD? This is the subject of a new report co-authored by Mark Haden, the executive director of MAPS Canada and an adjunct professor at the University of British Columbia, which looked at extreme cases of LSD consumption, revealing some bizarre health outcomes.

    One of the cases covered in Haden’s study was that of a 15-year-old girl with bipolar disorder. She was one of the 20 people who accidentally OD’d on acid at the summer solstice party in Canada. She took a whopping 1,100 micrograms. For the next six hours, her behavior became erratic. She lay on the floor in the fetal position tightly clenching her arms. Her friends thought she was having a seizure and called an ambulance, although no one was sure if she was actually seizing, lost consciousness or was just lost in the overwhelming experience.

    The next morning, her father visited her in the hospital. She told her dad, “It’s over.” He thought she meant the acid trip. She clarified that no, her bipolar illness, which had caused daily manic episodes, seemed to be cured. A week later, her symptoms had still not returned. Doctors followed her progress for over a year, and nearly two decades later, she still hasn’t experienced episodes of depression or mania outside of postpartum depression. Looking back on the overdose, she said it felt like her brain chemistry had somehow been “reset.”

    Haden says he was not only amazed that her symptoms resolved, but that such a high dose could ultimately be a positive experience. In his report, published in the Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, Haden also includes the story of another individual at that infamous solstice party, a 26-year-old woman who only took half a glass (approximately 500 micrograms) of LSD. Unbeknownst to her, she was two weeks pregnant. Yet she experienced no pregnancy complications and her son, now 18 years old, is a perfectly healthy bright young student.

    The most remarkable case study included in the report is the 2015 story of a 46-year-old woman, who Haden calls CB, who had chronic pain caused by Lyme disease. CB snorted a line of white powder she thought was cocaine. Fifteen minutes later, she realized something was wrong and called her roommate, who told her what had happened: She had inhaled part of his stash of LSD.


    The first 12 hours were hellish. She mostly blacked out and vomited frequently, while being looked after by her roommate. For the next 12 hours after that, CB said she felt “pleasantly high,” mostly sat in a chair, “frothing at the mouth, occasionally vocalizing random words and vomiting frequently,” according to Haden’s account.

    When the drug finally wore off another 10 hours later, CB felt normal, and her chronic pain had completely disappeared. For seven years she had been taking morphine every day to treat symptoms of Lyme disease. After her LSD overdose, not only had her pain evaporated, she felt no withdrawal symptoms from the opioids she had been taking.

    CB stopped taking morphine for five days, and then her pain did return. She then reduced her dose of opioids and started microdosing LSD (taking about a quarter of a typical dose or 25 micrograms) every three days for a few years before completely stopping the morphine in January 2018, again without withdrawal symptoms.

    There is some evidence that psychedelics like LSD can treat pain because they are anti-inflammatory drugs, but Haden was surprised it could help with opioid withdrawal symptoms as well. “I heard somebody say that he thought LSD would be good for withdrawals, but I've never seen any evidence of it,” he said. There is almost no evidence LSD may help with bipolar disorder, let alone “cure” it. Ayelet Waldman, author of A Really Good Day, claims microdosing LSD helped manage her mood disorders. A clinical trial in Switzerland is currently recruiting people to look at LSD to treat manic depression. Otherwise, there’s not much there."


  7. The last couple of months I didn’t sleep well. Normally I’m not really tired in the evening. Sometimes I have problems falling asleep and I often wake up a few times during the night. I also wake up early in the morning and don’t feel rested from time to time.

    A psychic told me, that this could be a current consequence of my spiritual practices (TMI meditation, Yoga, Chi raising Breathwork between 2h and 3h every day). Have you encountered similar problems? What were your solutions?

  8. Holy shit… this one was tough and absolutely fascinating at the same time. I took some MDMA and after 4 Hours, when the effects took off, but I was still very relaxed, focused and kind of fearless, I decided to smoke Changa (N,N-DMT). Normally I am quite nervous having to deal with Changa, because it hits you super fast. However this time I was just excited about the idea of smoking it and was serious about going all in – I usually don’t smoke, so the inhalation of a lot of smoke during a short period of time is rather unpleasant for me.

    I inhaled as much changa as I could in a few hits, my lungs were burning like fire (somehow I could appreciate this feeling lol) and I had to cough. The first thing I really noticed, was that the mouthpiece of the bong looked hyperreal. It sorts of wasn’t a mouthpiece anymore, but a strange, wonderful thing – in a way it became the gateway to the vastness of the universe.

    Then I noticed large amounts of energy rushing through my body – it felt as if I were vibrating together with the chair I sat on – and a strange vibrational sound came up. I looked at the room around me and it was hyperreal. The room I saw, was still the room I knew, but it also was so much more, like the multidimensional version of the well known room. The world of rather fixed forms, where I normally live in, was shattered in an instant. It was as if a deeper reality, the real reality (maybe consciousness), was just waiting for this moment, where it could finally release its full potential, its wildness and brutal rawness. I am not sure, if this was the 'perception' of infinity people here talk about. I didn’t thought about consciousness to be this merciless (how else could it be ;)). I looked at my two friends, who were with me: They weren’t humans anymore, but mystical, wild creatures on a mysterious planet.

    At some point I was in a time loop, where I saw a specific scene over and over again. But before the panic of facing insanity really kicked in, I could relax and was thrown out of the loop. Then it felt, as if ‘I’ was merging with the experience of my first breakthrough on mushrooms from over 1,5 years ago. It seemed, that I had entered the exact same ‘space’ and no time at all had passed by - like 'I' never left this moment.

    The whole experience lasted more or less five minutes but felt a lot longer. The trip reminded me somehow of a scene from the movie “Constantine” with Keanu Reeves, where he beams himself into hell. Not that what I saw was kind of hellish or apocalyptic, however it had the wildness and the energy shown in the hell scene:

    I also had to instantly think about the episode “Beyond the Aquila rift” from the Netflix show “Love, Death and Robots” @Leo Gura mentioned in his blog. That’s indeed a great episode about the mercilessness of facing truth - I get goose bumps watching this scene now:

    In short: It was shocking but even more fascinating. I felt satisfied after the trip. :D

    These are the notes I took directly after returning (with the translation into english):

    •  “ungezügelte, rohe Realität, das, was darunter liegt, entgrenzend“ --> unrestrained, raw reality, that, which lies below, ‚borderlessness‘
    •  „Zeitschleife“ --> time loop
    • „ungezügelte Formen und Farben, Bewusstsein, brutal“ --> unrestrained forms and colours, consciousness, brutal
    • „verdammt viel Energie im Körper“ --> so much energy in the body
    • „als würde mein Sein/Ego von kosmischen Kräften auseinandergerissen“ --> as if my being/ego is torn apart by cosmic forces