- Jan 16, 2009
Going through old posts near march last year bought back memories of those early lsd trips before i lost alot of the magic. I think i have alot of magic lost even with the breaks i took compared to those 150 ug trips i really did enter the same super mind blowing realms a few times before i really abused the lsd last year but did get various trips back when i did take longer breaks
I think we have to define loss of magic. Is it lack of insight? Lack of satisfaction? The chemicals always work. But I can say I don't get the mind blowing insights like when I was younger as they are integrated into my consciousness. Sort of like I am already there in a way. I get them everyday from regular things. So going from a normal waking consciousness to taking LSD the first few times are mind blowing and then if I keep doing that it becomes routine. So I think that is what we call the loss of magic. But magic is everywhere. Not sure why we became so immune to seeing it. LIke how does ignorance of that beauty remain so stuck in place with people? With me? It fades.
I have said a few times if you have your head on straight (like most here) and keep tripping it will just get boring, rotuine. It is a tool but has it's limits. Hell even DMT will stop working on a person that does it too much in it's own way. Or the dimensions get boring. lol So cutting back and tripping after reading books, living life by taking in different stimuli works better.
Just simple logic. Psychedelics are strong and can knock a person off his center. But a person that is aleady centered it just becomes commonplace and our minds look to other things here in regular consciousness to stimulate us. Then we sleep. lol (to recharge)
I am talking regular psychedelics. Certainly not dissociatives. I believe the loss of magic from dissociatives is more sinister. Scarier. Eh, not sure though. I have no real experience with that.