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The Top of the Mountain
I got home from work at about 7:00 last friday and decided to eat an 1/8th of mushrooms I had sitting around for about a week.
I got home from work at about 7:00 last friday and decided to eat an 1/8th of mushrooms I had sitting around for about a week. I realized that it was probably not a good idea because I was exhausted from work, so I decided to walk down a friend's house down the street and trip over there. When I knocked and she did not answer, I began to panic (they had started to kick in at this point). I walked back home and tried to watch some cartoons to calm down, but it didn't work. I lied in bed and began to slip deeper into panic. Then suddenly for no reason at all, the panic disappeared and I became very happy. I lied there and waved my hands in front of my face for a while, watching the patterns on the ceiling and the tracers from my hands, then i started to trip heavily. I managed to turn off the TV and all of the lights. I turned on some Hendrix and continued waving my hands around. Then all of my emotion disappeared and my senses started to mix into one. It wasn't like normal sight or sound, but pure thought. I pondered the nature and flow of the universe. I saw different forces colliding and thought "how can this be?", my mind was moving at lightspeed, then all of the sudden everything made sense and i realized there is a natural order, a flow to everything, that nothing really contradicts anything, and that god lies within us all. Time disappeared (this is very hard for me to put into words) I guess I can describe it as I felt I could control it and the trip would end when I chose. I came down off my peak pretty quickly and the normal bright vision, objects out of proportion, etc. I watched a movie and sat around completely bewildered by what just happened.
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