>>717452510 I see these religious people and feel like i'm missing out on something. How can people love a God this much? How do they know that it even exists? Does love feel different when you're religious?
>>717453890 It sounds pretty confusing for you right now. In my experience, yeah. When you're religious you often put god before everything. A lot of people do anyway. Have you ever considered believing in god yourself? Do you feel as if it would help you in any way or answer or open up some of these questions you have?
>>717454083 I don't think so honestly i think i hold a grudge against "God" for all the abuse i went through when i was younger. I don't feel like i can believe in a higher power that would allow any kind of suffering, theres no answers to a lot of questions i have and science seems to be able to answer a lot of them. I just feel like maybe i'm missing something in life
>>717454574 LSD is out of your system within 24 hours and most tests don't even test for it anyway. You're basically 100% cool there.
Anon you're replying to is a retard though. Psychedelic drugs don't magically fix people with mental issues. In a lot of cases they can make them worse. That said, though, there's only one way to find out.
>>717454574 I can't remember the specific ways but yeah, there are. Head over to r/LSD and r/ASKDRUGS to find out (I know, I know, reddit, but there's shit tons of information there. Errowid has good info about it all too)
>>717451819 I've been there. Even had that awful scary dead look in my eyes for quite some time. At my lowest point I was smoking a lot of weed to distract my mind from all the dark thoughts, but being a stoned took my self-confidence to an all time low.
Then one day it all turned around, simply by a change of mentality. I started looking at everything more positively, started smiling and laughing A LOT. Even though they were more or less fake forced laughs, it started making me happy. Started enjoying small things like having a walk on the beach or in a forest, looking at the plants and little insects being amazing. I know it sounds very hippie but sitting in a concrete cube all day just isn't good for your mental health. Started to be more kind to everyone and especially my friends, basically creating my own positive pink cloud to stick my head in (still realistic about things, but stopped paying too much attention to the negativities). And of course stopped smoking weed which made me look and feel a lot less dreadful.
My mood slowly kept increasing for a couple of years and now I believe I'm at an all time high. Now I'm a very satisfied person with a group of amazing friends. Not being too materialistic helps too, spend more on having a good time than on expensive goods. The last problem was that I still didn't have a job, like the many years before. Recently I found a job at an amazing food company via a new friend that works there, and the people there are now like family to me. I'm having a blast.
Maybe it's totally different for you, but I hope at least that my story has given you some insights.
>>717455108 Thanks bro, and the best of luck! Just telling you that you can climb up from even the lowest point if you change your way of thinking. It's a negative spiral you have to get out of. Faking smiles did help, it affects people around you too and they'll be more cheerful being in your company.
>>717455172 My mother's BPD and my father is Narcissistic. on 180ug it allowed me to feel a lot of the pain they never let me feel, and it started breaking down a lot of the beliefs I held on myself that where wrong (Enforced by my parents as a way of manipulation) and I got to relive a bit of it. On 400ug I got to experience what it was like to not have any of those traumas and manipulation tactics controlling my life. Coming down I felt like I had learnt my lesson and can now largely control the control they once had over me. I can feel happiness and love without feeling stupid levels of guiltiness now.
>>717456139 Sometimes you will go on a bad trip sometimes you won't.
It's all about safety if things do start to go south.
A trip sitter is absolutely essential if you don't have much experience with psyches (Even then in most cases experienced trippers will too). Preferably
Set and setting and real important too. What you see can greatly impact on how you feel, so make sure you're somewhere that you like, with things around you that you might want (Water's good, fruits are absolutely insanely beautiful on LSD).
Music will take you away to other places.
The best piece of advice I could give you is to practise mindful meditation. Being aware of your thoughts and how to control them and all. If you do this meditation regularly you can direct the way your trip goes a lot easier than someone who doesn't meditate. It can also pull you out of a bad trip. However if things do really go south and it's a bad trip for sure, you just have to have a way to remind yourself that it's just the drugs and you'll be fine in a few hours. Oh yeah, you can also take anti-psychotics as they'll negate the trip and you will return to almost sober again (DO NOT DRIVE FOR ANOTHER 12 HOURS OR OPERATE MACHINERY IN THIS TIME THOUGH). Just make sure to research the kind of drug it is that negates the LSD. Any drugnerds on here that remember the name of it?
Well unfortunately we don't exactly how it can help because of Nixons little war on drugs that pushed scientific research back decades, but my friend who has PTSD said it helped her (She's tripped 4 times). I found these two links off the top of my head about the healing factors of LSD and MDMA. https://www.erowid.org/experiences/exp.php?ID=9813 https://www.erowid.org/experiences/exp.php?ID=81957 God fucking damn Nixon.
>>717455802 I don't know, it's kind of like a chain reaction. Chill people attracting more chill people. I always kind of filtered them down to only the ones I felt a strong connection to. Then there's a much larger group of friends, but more the kind that I only see from time to time and it's always a blast with them, but they just don't have that best friend click. I don't have any toxic friends in these circles because I just kept everyone I didn't feel comfortable with at a distance. I think you should be open to everyone, but pick your friends with great care.
>>717459375 I really wouldn't know how to actively find friends, but in accordance with the whole more smiling and being more kind thing, I believe it will just happen. Deep inside I'm a loner too, but at the same time I'm just open and kind to people and it creates bonds automatically.
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