Funny that you say "insectoids".B_Or said:
I want to know more about the entities. Are they in the form of insectoids? Star beings? Greys?
I actually went on a walk through the woods two three of the three days I've taken it. The first time was a pretty memorable visual experience due to the color saturation combined with the fall colors. Strangely, the next day the colors were nowhere near as vivid but I sat down on a fallen tree by a creek, listened to music, and meditated for about 30 minutes. This ended up being a remarkably therapeutic experience in its own right.To those who have experience with this substance, does MXPr give you the urge to go for long walks or stay indoors?
I wasn't aware of that, you announced apocalypse to me, i never wanted to live a "urgency to stock" time...Holland is getting ready for a blanket ban of RC's, and its the place through which many RC's either enter Europe, or even are synthesized. Making all sorts of drugs is a cottage industry in holland, 2C-B is a street drug there, made in domestic labs. Holland will get a blanket ban and thus be "taken out" like the UK was, but this may cause a RC famine in the rest of Europe until the traffic is rerouted, so to speak.
And when talking about a completely new compound with dangers unknown we should be even more careful. My adventurous days went away and now I wait a long time until there are lots of reports before I dip my toes.Its Halloween Eve, one of the 8 annual pagan Sabbats that follow the sun's astrology. Every month-and-a-half, there is a Sabbat, a grand total of 8 spread evenly across the year with the Longest Day and Shortest day as its axis.
I feel its best to use EITHER a Psychedelic OR a Dissociative on these 8 annual festivities, so that for those who use both Psychedelic and Dissociative alternate with a session every half season and if you only use one, maximum 8 sessions per year.
This is arbitrary, but I think sensibly so. Both psychedelics and dissociatives take weeks to recover from and to integrate the experiences of. Yu don't want to get psychological backlog.
I agree. The learnings of those experiences have to be acted upon. Psychedelics won't change you per se, they just will give you knowledge about what has to be changed and how to change it, then you still have to do all the hard job and actually change it when sober.I actually wasnt going for a double entendre but now that you mention it *snickers*
I meant to say, if you do too many entheogenic sessions in too small a time span, the psychological work that needs to be done piles up into an ever bigger heap untuil finally you get nowhere. In order to derive benefits but also for sanity's sake, one shouldnt use too often. For me, twice a month was more than I could handle and I paid a price for that.
I agree with your ritualized approach. Addictive drugs especialy must be ritualized to manage them.