The Mystic State (Shamanism)

PsychKnight (@Frostyy) 7 years, 2 months ago

Now first off, I have not noticed or learned about this before ever using drugs. Drugs are a gateway. They brought me to the people I’ve met throughout my life that guided and taught me.

The mystic state is like being in full mania but having no appearances of insanity.

Finding clues to life’s mysteries and following messages and signs more clearly. A hypo-mania does not exist in a controlled mystic state and lots can be learned about the schizophrenics, including me, who are clearly induced, with Shamanism.

Ever since I was young I had interests in the spiritual cultures, always asking questions that led to answers leaving the teacher confused that I was satisfied with answers that didn’t make sense. Not until I became a practical and moderate drug user did I become aware of and was taught about the mystic state. Certain chemicals can induce it very quickly like MagicalMushies, Lsd mixed with MDA or ketamine or MDMA (Candy flipping), or even what I just learned about which is Jedi Flipping… doing Ketamine, Lsd, Mushies, and MDA or MDMA… but thats the Jedi state, warriors are different than wizards… Much stronger substances like DMT, Mescaline, and certain research chemicals, induce a mystic state where when in a safe zone you will be able to just melt with time and become the universe as well as be a direct part of just a portion of it.

It’s like Reiki. You can learn all you want about energy and understanding channels, but if you have no imagination, creativity, uniqueness, or quirkiness to your “magic” it will just be bland and somewhat… boring and not beneficial to progression.

Anyway I am technically diagnosed partial bi-polar and partial schizophrenic… because ADD and ADHD aren’t diagnoses that can be acceptable anymore. (they’ve learned to treat us all at the same time) So I know I’ve been swerving in and out of the topic so I will end it…

Find your quirks, what makes you unique?
Know that everything is magic and even the air we breathe as well as the words we speak have a strong impact on the way life revolves around us ;)

October 8, 2014 at 7:30 am
Zayn (17) (@Apollo777) 7 years, 2 months ago ago

Everything has a vibration to it, hence the reason things like the cells of our bodies to water molecules react to words/ thoughts.

As far as drugs are concerned MDMA kinda just helped me tap into a better understanding of happiness at a time when I was “lost”. A good dosage of shrooms is what really kick started my growing insight into frequencies, vibrations, energy, and everything else you can categorize under the mystical and magic of nature. In general, its really just a matter of expanding your perception from yourself to the oneness of everything and choosing wether you want to be a force of positivity (love) or negativity (fear).

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PsychKnight (1) (@Frostyy) 7 years, 1 month ago ago

Beautiful.

Mushies do help with the third eye chakra ;)

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jjj (32) (@crackedout6pack) 7 years, 2 months ago ago

YO…

Brother..

Tell me more about that part about ADD and ADHD and partial bi polar and schizophrenia..

Is that what they call us these days?? No more ADHD and just down to fucking schizophrenia??

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PsychKnight (1) (@Frostyy) 7 years, 1 month ago ago

Most people NOW who will get diagnosed, won’t get ADD or ADHD diagnosis because theyare the beginningrooots to bipolar symptoms

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jjj (32) (@crackedout6pack) 7 years, 1 month ago ago

Right, so will they get labelled as schizophrenia?
From a clinical perspective are they similar things, ADHD and schiz??

Thirdly, can you explain what bipolar symptoms are and how they relate to ADHD?

Please tell me what your take on this is.

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PsychKnight (1) (@Frostyy) 7 years, 1 month ago ago

People only get labelled if they are noticed at a young age from people seeing certain “strange” behaviors and sending them off to psychiatrists. If they someone has a “mental breakdown” at any age and they get put in a hospital, they may or may not get labelled, depending on their actions in the hospital.

ADHD Can be very related to schiz in the way that the hypo-mania is very imminent.

Bi Polar, Schizophrenia, and ADHD are all closely related. In each there is a hyper personality. Also each have a closer chance to getting multi-personality disorder in the future as they have active, calm, passive, and aggressive natures at sporadic times unless controlled by themselves or meds. These symptoms are a bit extreme, other symptoms of just bi-polar would be split personality disorder, mania, depression, unbalanced moods, extreme emotions, and rebellious thinking ;) (that’s my opinion) I’m a psychology major and have been in psychiatric wards, i think that’s accurate.

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jjj (32) (@crackedout6pack) 7 years, 1 month ago ago

Right ok, just to give you some idea of where I’m coming from with my questions.
I was diagnosed with ADHD when I was around 8 years old.. I spent a lot.. A LOT of time with counsellors, mental health people, behavioural therapists, therapists etc when I was younger.
I’ve taken various forms of medication and I just remember them really fucking with my shit and making me wanna sleep all the way through Latin.

I always loved having ADHD, it became a huge part of my identity. Still is a part that I’m pretty attached to. Heard about indigos at some point and that just confirmed the way I felt about it all along.

I have, about 3/4 years ago thought that all of them were pretty similar, but I wasn’t sure why.
Please give me your definition on hypo-mania, haven’t read about it.

hyper personality.. What’s that.. Is that like a kinda exaggerated version of themselves??

By all means, please add in all kinds of New Agey explanations or theories about these things because I quite enjoy that. Traditional science is cool too.

I’d love to hear about how you use ADD/ADHD/any of the aforementioned tendencies for proverbial ‘lead’ to turn into ‘gold’ (alchemists’ kinda vibe)

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PsychKnight (1) (@Frostyy) 7 years, 1 month ago ago

Hmm, very nice, yea I’m sorry if I’m not too too helpful in this info quest… but

Hypo-mania, is something I’ve defined as a super uncontrolled manic state.. seeing signs, talking unneccessarily loud about spiritualness, pretty much when your crown an third eye or overactive…

Did I really say hyper-personality? maybe multi? Just switching the way someone acts towards different people is what I meant, a kind of blending thing.

Those with these mental “tendencies” will be more close to be associated with having OCD as well which is a “godly” act in the form of order and organization.

MY opinion

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jjj (32) (@crackedout6pack) 7 years, 1 month ago ago

Rightt….
That’s like my life right now.

Is this shit wrong or just natural lol?
I can see this all in me. Don’t have a clue what to do about it, whether to do anything at all.

Do you see any of that in yourself??

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