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Tavor 7

Trip Date: Feb 19/2023

In my opinion the best way to do this is eat a good full meal along with the shrooms that way there's no hunger anytime soon, have water to drink but the less pee breaks the better, headphones, and a nice sleep mask for your eyes. If you could get in a position where you're totally relaxed like one of those isolation chambers with water that would be perfection, just floating in pitch black with headphones on playing this playlist would be the best.

On this trip I waited 2 weeks since my last one which was 1.75g on september 4th. Same as last time I went out to A&W for a couple burgers, ate one with the shrooms and one later when I was hungry again. I find burgers to be a lot of energy and I haven't had any nausea from the capsules yet so I'll keep doing what I'm doing. I ate my meal and 10 250mg capsules of Jedi Mind Fuck at around 4:15pm and immediately started the John Hopkins playlist that I made(listed below). I had the music playing on a surround sound so the music was displayed on the television the entire time while the rest of my lights were off and curtains closed. I layed down on the couch after making sure everything was good to go and covered my eyes with a blanket and waited. Around 5:00pm I got the typical anxious feeling travel up my spine which I am not going to resist in the future, I am reading people say it's your 3rd eye opening. 1.5 hours after Consumption I was feeling very euphoric but at the 2 hour mark I felt almost sober so I got up for a pee break, drank some water, then layed back down and covered my eyes. I know I'll be able to handle more next time but for now I waited and around the 2.5 hour mark I was experiencing low level 2 waves that lasted till about the 5 hour mark then the effects slowly wore off from there. 

All I can say is the John Hopkins university really know what they're doing, I didn't have any out of body experiences or anything but it was definitely a low end level 2. I didn't see anything like geometric shapes or anything with eyes closed. I had my eyes covered mostly but when I would look up the ceiling would be moving slightly, the stucco was definitely dancing around. The television would look like it's elongating to one side. I was really in to the music the entire time, there were certain spots in some of songs the were just so awesome I had to laugh because I felt so good, it was so euphoric and this music really brings you up the entire time and along the ride nicely. The second movement of Beethoven's Piano Concerto No. 5 is called Adagio un poco mosso(#30 in the playlist) and around 45 seconds in is such a beautiful piece of music how the flute comes in and completes that part, I had tears of happiness and was laughing it was so amazing to hear. J.S. Bach - Passacaglia and Fugue in C Minor(#42 in the playlist) has really choppy violins which brought on these assembly line type thoughts like soldiers marching together or something, it made me think of the world as very robotic like everyone just goes to work and makes the bankers more money then buys the house and car, has a family, retires, then dies one day. I remember the opera singers and violins sounding so good throughout the playlist. During the peaks the euphoria was so intense that it felt like I was just floating on the couch. 

I live in a 4th(top) floor apartment and outside my window next door is a retirement home. It had been snowing this evening and there was a few inches of snow on all the vehicles parked outside. There was a moment I looked out of my balcony window I had this feeling like it was christmas, with the way the lights would reflect off the falling snow flakes it felt like the holiday season and I had to think about which month I was actually in. This was an excellent trip, my favorite so far. 

I am definitely ready for an increase on the next one, I was kind of hoping a bit more would happen and I'm definitely interested to see how this playlist brings me through at higher doses.  It's very therapeutic and brings down stress levels and anxiety and increases mood. If I could be a psychedelic therapist I would sign up immediately, I really think I would be good at bringing people through a large dose trip as a guide. I will continue my psychedelic journey and I'm exited for the next one.

On the days following the trip I had a bit of brain fog and no increase in mood. I think I tripped too soon after the last one so I will wait at least a month between large dose trips from now on. 

Here is the John Hopkins playlist copied from the psychedelic therapy preparation sheets from the university:

Arrival and Ingestion

1. Antonio Vivaldi, Andante, Concerto RV 532 In G Major for 2 Mandolins, Stings & Continuo
2. Antonio Vivaldi, Largo, Concerto RV93 In D Major for Guitar, Stings & Continuo
3. Antonio Vivaldi, Largo, Concerto RV 356 In A Minor for Guitar
4. Paul Horn - Mumtaz Mahal
5. Paul Horn - Shah Jahan
6. Ron Korb - Flute Traveller
7. Russill Paul - By The Stream
8. Edward Elgar, Nimrod, Enigma Variation #9, Leonard Berstein
9. Morten Lauridson - O Magnum Mysterium
10. Allelulia Behold the Bridegroom, Sacred Treasures 3, Choral Masterworks from Russia and Beyond

Onset and Ascent

11. Henryk Gorecki - Op 36 Lento Sostenuto Tranquillo Ma Cantabile(Symphony #3 Movement #1)
12. Johannes Brahms - Op 45 VII Selig sind die Toten(Ein deutsches Requiem)
13. Johannes Brahms - Op 45 II Denn alles Fleisch es ist wie Gras(Ein deutsches Requiem)
14. Johannes Brahms - Symphony No 2 in D Major Op 73 II Adagio non troppo
15. Johannes Brahms - Op 45 IV Wie lieblich sind deine Wohnungen(Ein deutsches Requiem)
16. J.S. Bach - Kyrie(Mass In B Minor), Herreweghe
17. J.S. Bach - Completion of Kyrie, Herreweghe

Early Peak

18. Samuel Barber - Adagio for Strings, Op 11
19. Antonio Vivaldi - Gloria In Excelsis Deo
20. Antonio Vivaldi - Et In Terra Pax(Gloria In D Major)
21. J.S. Bach - Komm susser Tod
22. W.A. Mozart - Laudate Dominum(Vesperae Solennes De Confessore In C K339)

Latter Peak

23. Johannes Brahms - Adagio (Violin Concerto in D major)
24. Henryk Gorecki - Lento e Largo Tranquillissimo (Symphony No 3 Op 36 II)
25. Sir Edward Elgar - Larghetto (Serenade for Strings in E Minor Op 20)
26. Gabriel Faure - In Paradisum, Requiem, Op. 48, The Cambridge Singers
27. W.A. Mozart - Adagio(Clarinet Concerto KV622)
28. Arvo Pärt - Cantus In Memory of Benjamin Britten
29. Bohuslav Matej Cernohorsky - Quare Domine Irasceris
30. Ludwig Van Beethoven - Adagio un poco mosso(Piano Concerto No 5 in E Flat Major, Op 73)
31. Charles Gounod - Sanctus (St. Cecelia Mass)
32. Charles Gounod - Benedictus (St. Cecelia Mass)
33. Russill Paul - Om Namah Shivaaya
34. Richard Wagner - Prelude & Liebestod(Tristan und Isolde Act I)
35. W.A. Mozart - Ave Verum Corpus, KV 618
36. Gustav Mahler - Adagietto (Symphony #5)

Symbolic - Archetypal 

37. Alan Hovhaness - Mysterious Mountain (Symphony No 2 Op 132, Andante con moto)
38. Joseph Canteloube - Bailero (Songs of the Auvergne)
39. Joseph Canteloube - Per l'efon (Songs of the Auvergne)
40. Richard Strauss - Death and Transfiguration Finale
41. Russill Paul - Evening Shadows Fall
42. J.S. Bach - Passacaglia and Fugue in C Minor

Re-entry and Return

43. Enya - Storms in Africa Pt II
44. Ladysmith Black Mambazo - King of Kings
45. Karl Jenkins - Adiemus
46. The Beatles - Here Comes The Sun
47. Gipsy Kings - Caminando Por la Calle
48. Mercedes Sosa - Gracias A La Vida
49. Leontyne Price - Swing Low Sweet Chariot
50. Louis Armstrong - What A Wonderful World
51. Ocean Waves - Echoes of Nature 

The only 2 songs that I'm missing are a 2.5 minute version of Russill Paul - Om Namah Shivaaya between #7 and #8, and Russill Paul - Krato Smara which goes between #50 and #51 which I couldn't get. Richard Strauss - Death and Transfiguration Finale is "Moderato" and "Tranquilio" combined which are seperate on the preparation sheet. The playlist is around 5 hours and 45 minutes long. 

Goodbye for now

Tavor 7

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