Your final conclusion

Discussion in 'Mind Games' started by osake, Aug 22, 2013.

  1. osake

    osake Member

    For those who have had many crazy trips and a lot of time to step back and really process it, think about it and make sense of it, what is your final conclusion regarding the psychedelic experiences you have had?

    It has been about 5-6 months since my last trip, I use to trip alot, daily on DMT, weekly on shrooms, about 2-3 per month on salvia, everyday on weed(high quality+VEEEEEERY low tolerance) and my final conclusion is that we are all part of a really complicated never ending system.
    I regularly get short lived glimpses/sensations of me existing in different time periods, realms....etc, does anyone else? They are not flashbacks, or maybe they are forgotten experiences? but i highly doubt it considering the amount of these "glimpses" I have had. In some of these short lived visions I am a disembodied energy floating in this weird dimension trying to make sense of complicated patterns. Others are very much like the real world but just different person, time period.....etc. Sometimes I think psychedelic states are nothing new. A lot of these psychedelic states feel very familiar, I remember feeling them as a child, maybe psychedelic experiences are actually forgotten memories? Forgotten perceptions of the world when we are babies and trying to make sense of all the sensory information we are being bombarded with?
  2. BlackBillBlake

    BlackBillBlake resigned HipForums Supporter

    A final conclusion must always be a fleeting illusion, always be a limitation, and is really an impossibility.

    The latest idea of things though may be ok. For a time. Then it too must be rearranged.
    No idea of it is it.

    So there you go.
  3. gendorf

    gendorf Senior Member

    My final conclusion is: It doesn't really matter. You should live your life. And be happy.
  4. themnax

    themnax Senior Member

    my final conclusion, is that there are no final conclusions.
    only constant change, that ego finds insufficiently amusing.

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