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  1. ♥️! I lost my dad in a car accident really young and I’m fine now but it literally took years to integrate some of what unfolded for me right afterwards— it’s an awakening experience but nobody treats it as such. Life changing experiences have the power to evolve us, I dare say that the most painful and shocking ones are the most potent. Psychedelic experiences are not excluded. Something as simple as seeing life in a new way is MASSIVE short-term and ESPECIALLY long-term. Change isn’t always fast but sometimes it is, like yours.
  2. I think psychedelics are illegal because they are so powerful (dangerous for some) and legalizing them would totally change the pharmaceutical industry. Too much work to really understand how to profit from them AND control access to them. I don’t feel like they’ll be illegal forever but it’s going to take decades for the states to see significant progress.
  3. People may feel as though they're healed, for they're coming in contact with the immaculate source of reality -- that which is whole and never needed healing to begin with. That's a temporary experience that can't permanently heal people. The fragmented psyche will come back. It always comes back. I don't think you need psychedelics for that. What you need is life itself. Interesting— I agree with that part about the contrast! 😱 However, this is what integration is all about. And the contrast IS the catalyst that helps people after a life changing event, for example: a car accident or loss of a loved one. Seeing the Truth in contrast to what you previously thought is SO painful and sobering. What makes you think psychedelics aren’t just another part of “life itself” in this way? I feel that my psychedelic experiences freed me a lot more to experience “life itself” in a way I never would have without them. Yea you still have to clean up your mind but with a much more truthful perspective. It seems like you are saying psychedelics can’t permanently heal you because how would you know about anyone else’s experience? More medicine and/or integration could be helpful ♥️
  4. @Giulio Bevilacqua 5meo is very healing overall. But also look into kambo. It was a VERY physical experience for me, the hardest physical experience but I could feel energy being released. My body was noticeably more relaxed after my first kambo experience.
  5. Yea. This also happens to me after a big mushroom trip and penis envy is an INTENSE strain. Definitely drink lots of water and rest. I kinda think sleep is an under-rated part of the integration process after a big trip. I mean like extra sleep, such as naps and longer sleeping periods beyond 7-8 hours. This always helps me but your body will tell you what it needs.
  6. “State of the world becoming more uncertain” and feeling an increased sense of urgency to make progress? What do you mean by that? Interesting. Ayahuasca wasn’t super powerful for me on the two occasions I sat for it. The last time I sat for it with 8 other people, nobody seemed to have a bad trip, it was delightful for me but we were fed all vegan (super yummy) diet and did kambo and rapé the three days prior. Kambo was horrible for me on day 1 and slightly less horrible on day 2 & 3. Perhaps something like this can help you release beforehand? I may sit again in July in a completely different setting but wondering if it’s just not my psychedelic.
  7. Love it —pretty cool imagery too.
  8. @Aaron p sounds like a thunder storm the way you describe it. Being with it all the way is the easiest was to heal it/ make it healthy. Insanity is something to get curious about because often what seems like insanity today is just genius the next day. it’s a spectrum— what we call insanity to sanity is a range. Nobody is exempt anyways.
  9. You were spot on way before this. Wow. I read about this on Psychedelics Today Insta page- kinda sucks it’s not for real though.
  10. I feel you on this. LSD was a weird trip for me— very confusing like doing back flips through 30 second clips from past lives. Hard to remember a lot & it was strange asF. I prefer it as a micro only for now. Try some other things like shrooms or DMT —these are much clearer and try to meditate or practice breathwork before, as well as writing a clear intent beforehand, and the hold it in your heart.♥️
  11. Lol this is so funny. I see value in both solo and ceremony. At least in ceremony or if you have a sitter and you need help getting up to use the bathroom or get water (like I have before) someone can help you. If you are nervous or trying a huge dose of a serious psychedelic having a sitter or being in ceremony could be very helpful.
  12. Reviews are bad. Why not just take LSD?
  13. I had two days aya, one day nothing then bufo last October and had no issues… except I definitely had the runs for a couple days following 🥴 Aya, bufo and regular DMT all have that pure blissed out vibe for me— different experiences but seem to go together. I would think as long as your aya trip isn’t too traumatic it would be fine since there’s a day in between.