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Trip Themes
    #1333444 - 02/25/03 07:01 AM (13 years, 9 months ago)

whenever i trip, i get the feel of... not the sound, or vision of... it's hard to explain... but... different recurring things. there's usually some feeling reminiscent of my old neighborhood when i was a kid... also, there's always crows or maybe geese noises.... the crows i think. maybe they're geese. wierd.


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    #1333494 - 02/25/03 07:19 AM (13 years, 9 months ago)

Yes, the higher dose you do the more the trip takes on a sort of story. I know exactly what you mean, but it is hard to put into words.


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    #1334330 - 02/25/03 11:45 AM (13 years, 9 months ago)

I think of my mom's house i lived in when i first started tripping, and the beautiful backyard with the tall sunflowers.

i usually feel a really strong connection with my family and can feel their loving presence, sometimes i think I can hear some of my passed on grandparents speaking to me and watching over me and telling me everything will be okay and that I'm doing alright.

other times i think of certain friends, they all hold special memories or 'themes'... there are pictures and sounds and smells that go along with all of them...

other strong themes are campfires, grassy fields, visions of the sun setting...

one of the strongest and most familiar 'at-home' themes i feel sometimes when tripping and when not, well its kinda hard to put into words.. it's just like a phase in my life when I was insecure but feeling alot of love... hanging around in rural areas, the smell of cigarettes, one of my ex-girlfriend's presence... visions of trees flying by the car window under the moonlight...

then theres another even more powerful one that includes things like Mario Brothers, another one my ex-girlfriends, red-chili lights, incense, hanging out in bedrooms, stuff.... this is givin me huge nostalgia just typing this

even the most insecure memories are beautiful and very real feelings


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