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im attempting to turn my room into a trip palace of sorts. first off ive got a red light bulb as the main light in my room. i put up christmas lights over my bed, which i dont use (i sleep on the floor) i got a lamp and put a multicolored lightbulb in it, then i put a cardboardbox over it so the light only goes up a portion of the wall, ive got a lava lamp on the dresser, im turning an old moniter into a projector which i will use to project trippy stuff on the wall, ive got severarl trip toys (two flashy spike balls, a small light saber thingy, light up dice, and my lava lamp) ive got some trip food (so far, pop rocks) and im working on shutting out all the natural light from my window.
Haha, its funny someone has mentioned this cos I'm moving to a new place soon and my new room will be huge, so I've been thinking about this kind of thing also. Sounds cool but make sure you dont go too overboard, cos the thing is, if you have made something yourself to be "trippy", chances are once u r tripping it wont be half as "trippy" as you'd thought it would be. Quite often the most trippy things are things you dont know about or expect. Saying that, i think the best things while tripping are plants, so im going to invest in some fancy new indoor plants, possibly another cactus. Then again, i mostly hate the indoors while tripping anyway, i just end up walking back and forth round the house aimlessly. Just go outside and see the big wide world. Thats the trippiest thing there is.
Quote: Just go outside and see the big wide world. Thats the trippiest thing there is.
You are correct, sir.
-------------------- "One attaineth whatever state of being one thinketh about at the last when relinquishing the body, being ever absorbed in the thought thereof." - Sri Krishna to Arjuna, Bhagavad Gita, viii, 6