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This must be heaven

Well let me first start off saying that i have taken mushrooms around 15-20 times, with this experience having been the most recent.



Well let me first start off saying that i have taken mushrooms around 15-20 times, with this experience having been the most recent. I live in Phoenix, Arizona and i was on a "trip" to San Diego with a few friends of mine. We were staying in Coronado at the time, and i was planning on eating some mushrooms that night. So i ate them and went down to the beach. The first 1:30 hours i was the typical anxiety, although now it is only very mild and nothing but continous thoughts going through my head. It seems like at that point i get used to that and they go away. I was feeling absolutely incredible. LAying face first in the sand yielded an experience that i can not even vocalize. It felt like everything around me was, almost frozen, in a sense. Everything just existed as so. It was weird to be on the beach, the bare earth, then look back towards the town and see that the town was built on the earth. Usually i look at the beach as part of the town, if you can interpert what i am trying to say. Sorry if it does not make sense. But anyways, i walked back to my truck with one of my close friends and proceeded to drive to downtown San Diego. I know that is dangerous but its weird because i feel completely able to drive, that is not even a question in my mind. I was experienceing the most pleasant sense of euphoria that is indescribeable. It seems like every time i "trip" it gets better. I drove into town and saw all the homeless people. Ironic calling them homeless. They are here on the earth just as we are, but do not live inside of abuilding. AFter driving around for a while, my friend wanted to go back so i drove back to coronado. My whole sense of self was gone. It felt like i was experiencing my body as it went about its actions, better described as he or you was experiencing it. Weird, but the song Wish you were here by Pink FLoyd represents my point phenomenally. I hope you can understand some of what i am trying to say because i have never felt this way before...
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