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OfflineEarth_Droid
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The Transdendental Nature of LSD
    #1284936 - 02/06/03 12:14 PM (13 years, 10 months ago)

I still have not shared this experience yet, as words will probably fail, but I want to attempt to describe my experience and first encounter with the highest states of liberation. I am assuming most of you have read or experienced the differences of psilocybin and LSD. I have gotten into some very deep states on psilocybin, and have experienced a lot of dreamlike symbolism and magnificant displays of what life is about. However, to this day I have yet to experience what I did on 7 tabs of LSD. I have never in my lifetime encountered what I did that night. It is like high doses of LSD takes me to the next level after mushrooms. This is just in my experience, so I imagine other peoples experiences will be different. Anyways I reached a point of such liberation that every breath I took was like an endless orgasm. And what really surprised me is whenever things seemed like they couldn't get any better, surely enough they did, and every time that happened it was so surprising and ecstatic. Another important thing I observed was I seen the complete works of Buddhist imagery, only unlike I have experienced them before on psilocybin, this time the deities I seen were so clear and brilliantly defined. All of them were open eye visuals. And perhaps the most indescribable part of the trip was the ability to control all my awareness at will. I had finally found an end to suffering. It was this trip that showed me what Timothy Leary was really talking about in his Eightfold Model of Consiousness.


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Re: The Transdendental Nature of LSD [Re: Earth_Droid]
    #1285193 - 02/06/03 01:16 PM (13 years, 10 months ago)

what is this eightfold model of consciousness? sorry to pull off topic, but ive never heard of it.


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Re: The Transdendental Nature of LSD [Re: Earth_Droid]
    #1285251 - 02/06/03 01:34 PM (13 years, 10 months ago)

hmm..and .nice :tongue:
  Do you mind going into more detail about the peak?

I say this  because I to have had a LSD expereince not comparable to any dose of acid, mushroom, or any other drug.
Yet if you havnt had a heroic mushroom dose I suggest it.

I find the cliche' :smirk: that mushies are more earthbound true
its like they are showing me whats up..with acid I feel more in control.


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Re: The Transdendental Nature of LSD [Re: shaggy101]
    #1285360 - 02/06/03 02:15 PM (13 years, 10 months ago)

Here is a link to the Eightfold Model of Human Consiousness
http://deoxy.org/8brains.htm

I would love to share more of the experience, it is hard to put into words but I will explain some more. FIrst of all this was my first and only time I have done a high dose of LSD. Since it was a high dose trip, the comming up part was probably the most frightening experiencing of my life, and a lot of it was terrifying. However 7 tabs of alien head acid literally forced me to give in, and surrender. On mushrooms I usually end up struggling, and I remain struggling for the duration of the trip. But 7 tabs of LSD said No Way ! to that. It shredded my pour little ego into pieces, there was no stopping it. I am not sure how long this lasted, it seemed like forever. Anyways, that was the worst of the experience, and it was necessary for me to go through that in order to realise the ultimate truth. I was greatly relieved after this ended and I was left with the transdendental state. And what was really incredible was the time I got to spend in the state. What was a bad experience must have not lasted long as I was given the first chance in my life to actually play around and make sense out of what was going on. It was me and a large dose of LSD in my brain with my reality shattered to pieces and my belief systems and boundaries disinagrated. I had finally caught a serious glimpse of what Buddhists call the clear light of the void. As I discuss this I am using the word I, but in this state it is beyond ego. The visuals featured such things as alien creatures morphing out from my carpet and communicating with me. The feelings of ecstasy bliss and love were incredbly intense. In the Tibetan Book of the Dead there is descriptions for all the types of hallucinations or illusions that people get caught in. There might be the impression that this was the case, but it wasn't as I was detatched from all these things unless I willingly experienced them without any desire or attatchment. The whole universe and outside universe that existed around me was all part of me and whatever I did the universe would co create a better experience. If I sat down at my computer chair I could transform everything to fit the theme of me at a spaceship or something, these transformations co created themeselfs before they happened, it was more faster than the speed of light if that makes sense. Instead of becomming panicky and having all these things happen without my will very fast, everything was a synchronicity and flowed perfectly.


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Re: The Transdendental Nature of LSD [Re: shaggy101]
    #1285367 - 02/06/03 02:19 PM (13 years, 10 months ago)

I to have had a LSD expereince not comparable to any dose of acid...

Which is v-e-r-y difficult as LSD and acid are synonymous.


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Re: The Transdendental Nature of LSD [Re: Swami]
    #1285417 - 02/06/03 02:40 PM (13 years, 10 months ago)

as was implied :smirk:


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Re: The Transdendental Nature of LSD [Re: Earth_Droid]
    #1285420 - 02/06/03 02:41 PM (13 years, 10 months ago)

Thank you  :cool:


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Re: The Transdendental Nature of LSD [Re: Earth_Droid]
    #1285425 - 02/06/03 02:43 PM (13 years, 10 months ago)

Quote:

Another important thing I observed was I seen the complete works of Buddhist imagery, only unlike I have experienced them before on psilocybin, this time the deities I seen were so clear and brilliantly defined. All of them were open eye visuals. And perhaps the most indescribable part of the trip was the ability to control all my awareness at will. I had finally found an end to suffering.




I hope you can bring this back with you and apply it to daily life.

Remember: Pain is inevitable, suffering is optional.


Edited by Observer (02/06/03 04:11 PM)


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Re: The Transdendental Nature of LSD [Re: Earth_Droid]
    #1285989 - 02/06/03 05:31 PM (13 years, 10 months ago)

That was a good trip report. I'm glad you've had that experience.

If everyone in the world had that experience it would save us all.


Observer: "Pain is inevitable, suffering is optional". I like that.



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Re: The Transdendental Nature of LSD [Re: Earth_Droid]
    #1286010 - 02/06/03 05:37 PM (13 years, 10 months ago)

aye....be careful though. In my experience LSD is a much less forgiving sacrament than shrooms. Imagine all the power of that peak, focused in an unpleaseant way.


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Re: The Transdendental Nature of LSD [Re: Earth_Droid]
    #1286026 - 02/06/03 05:41 PM (13 years, 10 months ago)

brother I been looking all night for my old acid reports..the post is called LSDreports..seen it? :smirk: :frown: I was gonna pull it up and share it with you.
it had my 3-4 best Lsd experiences detailedly explained in it.. I guess I just never thought id lose it..

RIP-oldschool posts :confused: :frown: :confused:


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Re: The Transdendental Nature of LSD [Re: Learyfan]
    #1286873 - 02/06/03 10:01 PM (13 years, 10 months ago)

Observer: Pain is inevitable, suffering is optional.
Learyfan: I like that.

Dammit!!!
I was going to say the same thing... WHY MUST YOU BEAT ME TO THE PUNCH? OH WHYYYYYY??!?!!!!!!!!

*runs off wailing*


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Re: The Transdendental Nature of LSD [Re: Earth_Droid]
    #1286909 - 02/06/03 10:18 PM (13 years, 10 months ago)

Very nice man.  Sounds like a very good trip

Something which I wish I could do one day...not possible though.  I could never take 7 hits.  Everything would be happening to fast.  Get my anxiety going

I'll have to go for that on lower doses :wink:


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Re: The Transdendental Nature of LSD [Re: Sclorch]
    #1288875 - 02/07/03 02:49 PM (13 years, 10 months ago)

Stop your suffering Sclorch.



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