This post is more for the older people on this page but if it apply to you comment but how many people do or have done more drugs then just smoke bud? If so do you think bud opens your perspective to what's around, see things in a different light. Now how many people have tripped? And I don't mean robot tripping or triple c's, I mean mushies or cid. Now they widen your perspective, after tripping for the first time you see details you didn't notice before. Deffenttly makes you think out of the box


Sat, 02/13/2016 - 2:30pm
catchafade Says:
Sat, 02/13/2016 - 5:29pm
JahRoslav Says:

I tried shrooms, acid, salvia and 2C-I-NBOMe.
Nothing opened me quite like the shrooms.
I think the main thing they show is how relative our perspective is. How relative what we deem "concrete reality" can be when the same thing that perceives it, the mind, is altered just a bit.

Also, of course, such powerful brain stimulant boosts thinking of other subjects aswell, if a person is familiar with philosophy and psychology and is educated, such experience can be very beneficial, because knowledge helps you understand, not just be fucked up for 6 hours not understanding what's going on.

Sat, 02/13/2016 - 10:28pm

The only time ive physically seen anything is on LSD. It contourted regular shapes & vibrations into abstract ones. Weeds like that good friend u can always count on to ease the stress away. Either way they both changed my point of view for the better

Sat, 02/13/2016 - 10:55pm
JahRoslav Says:

What do you mean "physically seen" lol. All you see is in your head, whether it seems "real" or not quite so. That's exactly the reason why visuals seems so "real" when you're tripping - there's no difference for the mind :)

Sun, 02/14/2016 - 1:02am
joshs Says:

I don't think it really widens your perspective all that much, I think its kinda like anything else. Your experiences mold you as a person everyday, some more so than others. What you may think is a widened perspective may be based on lessons not grounded in logic as they were lessons learned in an altered state of mind. It's always important to reflect on these things so that ill learned lessons don't turn into destructive patterns in your life because then you would be a stereotypical stoner. Sorry that was a real bad run on sentence, and I'm rambling.