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Taking even slightly less than 1 tab can make the effect be almost nothing which is really what it sounds like you experienced. A lot of people think they had a relatively high dose and just react to the fact that they took lsd without actually experiencing it at all. If you didn’t hallucinate you didn’t trip (you said you didn’t), and you have no input on the topic. This post makes me trust the dark web even less than I already do.

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Chapo said: 

Taking even slightly less than 1 tab can make the effect be almost nothing which is really what it sounds like you experienced. A lot of people think they had a relatively high dose and just react to the fact that they took lsd without actually experiencing it at all. If you didn’t hallucinate you didn’t trip (you said you didn’t), and you have no input on the topic. This post makes me trust the dark web even less than I already do.

 Your logic seems sound. I however; disagree. Some people are what I consider "cool visuals! Bro." They are mouth breathers who's number 1 goal on lsd is to see "cool visuals! Bro."... They are purposely ignorant of the seasoned Tripper's advice of using the drug like a tool; they also give minimum thought to set and setting. 

There are 2 major factors that affect your trip. #1 the purity! The more pure, the less you feel it. This may not seem like it makes sense right away- allow me to explain. Less pure LSD is best wasted on the "cool visuals! Bro" because they mistake the impurities as the lsd. The impurities cause "body load" or tension. This somewhat (or on a large dose; extremely) painful for the trip; but the pain manages to hold the tripper still for short bursts of time. Sitting still and not moving = tripping. I've know plenty to take lsd, and for the come up they enjoy acting like morons- the lsd works. and is a "good time" suddenly; the moron hits hour 4 (the peak) and they NO LONGER FEEL THE LSD. Why? Because moron didn't notice that repetitive actions, or just sitting still and shutting up - is the key to a good trip. (Yes. You can take the trash out to the road, and feel kinda wavy; but I promise it's nowhere close to just chilling.) 

#2

LSD is not a drug. Her name is Lucy. If you are running around, running your mouth, *moving your eyes* lucy thinks you are rude for not paying attention to her. Lucy won't show you things for being rude. Even your inner thoughts are affecting the trip, you can ground self just by willfully interjecting thoughts over Lucy.

(Extreme doses overpower ego acting a fool, normally blacks them out until they can't remember. Or; they just got insane and get caught up with police. )

  If you are scared of Lucy, and you get on your computer so you don't think about her. That'll kill your trip. Duh.

 

 

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You can sit a person high on meth in a room with nothing to do or look at. And they will stop feeling meth. 

 

This is rarely rarely "I have a special brain that just doesn't react to LSD" its really "I am ignoring set and setting like everybody says is important- why I no trip? :c "

 

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Aizen said: 

Cain bro, we get it, you know drugs, you have no ego, you are enlightened and all that stuff. You dont have to prove anyone anything just because youre short bro. Everyone has their problems, you dont have to go the extra length to demonstrate your worth. We appreciate you bro hugs

 The lsd was quite the high dosage, and the physical-mental effects were severe, it's just that i went through the experience online, i wouldn't dare to take it in a real life environment, given how i was unaware about how it would react with my behavior.

Also as someone with bpd perhaps you can relate, but it killed the overreaction to sensitive subjects, but at the same time the next days yesterday-today it increased it, like it started producing a chemical against apathy, i am not sure.

 

 The name of the game is don't react 😉

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Chapo said: 

Taking even slightly less than 1 tab can make the effect be almost nothing which is really what it sounds like you experienced. A lot of people think they had a relatively high dose and just react to the fact that they took lsd without actually experiencing it at all. If you didn’t hallucinate you didn’t trip (you said you didn’t), and you have no input on the topic. This post makes me trust the dark web even less than I already do.

 For starters cause it seems like we got a language barrier here.

What do you mean by tripping? Like watching things they don't exist? No.

By having the same objects or images-but slightly altered yes, if that what you mean, i tripped.

I don't know what you consider a hallicunation, but you sound like you over-generalize, not all people have the same experience, i personally didn't even see a movie or heard a song.

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Aizen said: 
Cain said: 

 

Both you and cain project your lack of self control on me, which is highly sickening

ROFL. 😂 I'm obsessed with control of self, fine tuning the mind.

 

And i am sure that we won't make any sense with each other here but, here is what i did.

That sensation to get lost-to get absolutely "adventured" i was resisting it, i didn't let it take over, i didn't clean my mind, i tried to operate on it normally, and understand it as a drug.

On top of that i might have high tolerance, given how my brain is already "unbalanced" given my mental syndromes, not sure, haven't researched the subject enough.

To be more specific, and i repeat this, this was actual lsd, and i am very very certain, that a bpd+pdp episode that breaks you emotionally, then rises you up with arrogance or delusions of conquering the world, is more intense mentally and emotionally.

So this was just something different for me.

I know it sounds insane, but yes personality disorders-mental syndromes can actually make you used to even lsd-despite it's your first time taking it. My meltdowns so many years were more than enough of a training on how to cope with strange experiences.

You can be less affected by some aspects of the trip... I'm a freak - I'm incredibly sensitive to lsd. I can feel "the waves" when I hover a finger over the tab. In my mouth for ~15 minutes. I'll tell you the % purity, and dose size. 

That's our difference.

 I have experience and you tried it once.

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Aizen said: 
Chapo said: 

Taking even slightly less than 1 tab can make the effect be almost nothing which is really what it sounds like you experienced. A lot of people think they had a relatively high dose and just react to the fact that they took lsd without actually experiencing it at all. If you didn’t hallucinate you didn’t trip (you said you didn’t), and you have no input on the topic. This post makes me trust the dark web even less than I already do.

 For starters cause it seems like we got a language barrier here.

What do you mean by tripping? Like watching things they don't exist? No.

You have more than just sight as a sense that can be distorted- a majority of my trips I'm following smells and noises through the rabbit hole. Smell is my #1 sense that I use to trip.

 

You may have a mind different than an other persons mind (whoops, we all got different minds...)

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Fair points, that gives a better understanding, thank you.

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Aizen said: 

Fair points, that gives a better understanding, thank you.

 When I get a bit of free time, I'll write a guide and give a list of tools that help mitigate risks so you can trip safely, while dipping into murky waters. 

 

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Cain said: 
Aizen said: 
Chapo said: 

Taking even slightly less than 1 tab can make the effect be almost nothing which is really what it sounds like you experienced. A lot of people think they had a relatively high dose and just react to the fact that they took lsd without actually experiencing it at all. If you didn’t hallucinate you didn’t trip (you said you didn’t), and you have no input on the topic. This post makes me trust the dark web even less than I already do.

For starters cause it seems like we got a language barrier here.

What do you mean by tripping? Like watching things they don't exist? No.

You have more than just sight as a sense that can be distorted- a majority of my trips I'm following smells and noises through the rabbit hole. Smell is my #1 sense that I use to trip.

Yeah... sight's actually one of mine that's hit the least, beyond some color shifting and trails maybe. Save for a sense of brightness, sharpness, and movement becoming altered I don't really experience hallucinations of sight beyond shit in the mirror (shrooms gave me some before, but it was half-assed compared to real life's hallucinations save for it's potential to loop). 

I mostly get synesthetic responses, unless it's some movie that pushes really hard or something. Even riding my bike outside like that was mostly an exploration of the senses and how they were being perceived versus the expected reality. Sometimes a texture or sound can be visually perceived, but it's effectively in my head as opposed to overlaying my environment like the distortions otherwise do. 

The sensory distortions are unarguably my favorite part of tripping. It's fascinating how our idea of the world can be infiltrated even on that level. While I may not be reporting much visually, every other sense is assaulted and working in tandem to build towards a different understanding of reality. That music could change how a chair feels for instance, or that a sip of apple juice could adjust the rooms colors and tone is bizarre. 

Edit: 
To clarify, I'd put this as more than "cool visuals bro" from how it affects my understanding of reality. It awakens a lot of odd potentials for almost alien brands of thinking. The openness to sensitivity can let things that while sober were once "cool visuals bro" become something that can actually hit deeper from those former resistances and distractions being gone (ie: Inception). A lot of films that have brought me into weird places could have never been taken that way sober, as too much of "me" would be present during the film to distract me from it. 

Basically, it removes you from the situation so that everything can be taken in more purely, if not otherwise more mixed up. It mixing up can also show us how we're otherwise mixed up normally. 

You may have a mind different than an other persons mind (whoops, we all got different minds...)

Our minds are akin to somewhere between a chemical soup and a pond. The things introduced to it change the nature of it, whether as small as exposure to something, as normal as exposure to a new concept, and as otherworldly as exposure to a perception altering drug. Even what food we eat or drink can adjust this otherwise fine balance. 

If his base ecosystem or chemical balance isn't otherwise built to trip the same way, and if his sense of expectancy is in any way fighting the experience (ie: spending the entire time online), it can take multiple tries to find how to do it right for them, and how they do it might lack or otherwise possess dimensions different from our own. 

A lot of what had me trip more blatantly for my first time was having people around me. If I were just on the laptop by myself for my first trip, even with just some mild color changing and childhood regression going on I wouldn't have had nearly as insane of a time. The person tripping on some level has to be challenged by their environment, and somewhere their expectations need to be broken, or else those aspects of the trip being funky could be absent almost entirely. 

When your brain is trained to function within a certain set of parameters, and that's all you choose to do while you're tripping, that can overtake the trip. It's why I don't use the forum during such times anymore for example, as it puts my head on a little too straight when I'm supposed to be letting go and having a weird surrealist experience. 

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