Tonight, Meditation while Tripping

WJ (@chuang11) 10 years, 6 months ago

Ok so finally it’s Friday. I plan this for very long time after I read an article a while ago not that long time actually. So I will try to do meditation and try to focus as much as possible while I am tripping with mushroom.

If you have been doing that before, can you suggest me how to control my mind?
Last time, my mind was very unstable. I thought of so many things and couldn’t focus on anything for a long time at all.

Thanks in advance, any advice is welcome.

March 16, 2012 at 6:15 pm
Alex (551) (@hollowinfinity) 10 years, 6 months ago ago

I just did this recently. It’s such a great idea. Thoughts are more important than visuals, and emotions are more important than thoughts. Just stick to it, and you’ll figure it out. Best of luck!

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Nightowl (260) (@nightowl) 10 years, 6 months ago ago

I’m glad to see it’s mushrooms which will be your meditative aid, man-made chemicals are far less than ideal for this.

My first suggestion would be… don’t do it yet. Try it with marijuana first, a good bit of it. Then I suggest EATING marijuana foods or something, like cooking it into butter for cookies, brownies, bread etc. or into cream [as long as there’s fat] to make into tea even better. Weed has a much more psychedelic effect this way.

I say this because it can really help work you up to that level. If you plan on using mushrooms now anyway, go for it… Just be careful. They are an extremely stimulating meditation aid, but really weird also, so don’t be surprised if your energy grows to insane levels and starts creating some pretty wild experiences as and after you meditate.

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Eric (1,819)M (@blankey) 10 years, 6 months ago ago

I say go for it. Should be amazing. I meditated for a good 30 minutes on one of my trips, it was beyond amazing. The mushrooms let my mind get into that oneness state very quickly, so you shouldn’t have any problems. Just make sure you follow the love, not fear.

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WJ (44) (@chuang11) 10 years, 6 months ago ago

@Alex, I think I am inspired by your article.


@Nightowl
, To be honest, I’m not good with pot. I remember last time I bake it with brownies, I ended up eating it too much without noticing. Then I had hallucination. When I smoked I seemed to be beyond my limit and it started making me super sleepy.


@Eric
, Thanks hopefully this time won’t be the same as last time. Last time I think I followed the fear, I felt super depressed and sad. It felt like I was the last man on earth. Hope love and peaceful will guide me to the right path.

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Mike Wuest (510) (@mikeyw829) 10 years, 6 months ago ago

I’ve never tripped, but I still think I can give you some assistance. If your mind wanders, let it wander, except don’t “be” your wandering mind (just observe it). Just be aware of it and it will pass. Don’t force your mind not to wander.

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WJ (44) (@chuang11) 10 years, 6 months ago ago

@Milk thanks for the advice.

The effect is fading now. So I want to share my experience for the trip. I ended up watching this film called “The Secret.” It’s on Amazon Prime, if you have its account you can stream it for free.

So I’m not sure how the film was actually like in reality, but when I was high the film is making so much sense. It talked about the positive thinking, which resulted in attach other positive event that will occur to you. If you have negative thought, all negative event will come to you. It’s not electromagnetic that positive attach negative. However, the general makes sense.

So while I was tripping, my memory flashed back to my experience. I found out that all the time this concept from the film could be applied to all of my cases. Yeah so after I finished watching the film. I knew that the shroom should kick me to the peak soon, it was from last time trip. That it would take around 30 minutes to effect and around 2 hours to reach the peak.

Then after I finished the film, I started right away to meditate. I was distracted by other thought that came in and came out in my mind. So it was kind of frustration. I decided to quit meditation and asked my higher self or GOD whom I believed in.

It was not like in the movie where you actually hallucinate and see a physical god, but I knew by myself that he was there. He was sitting next to me. I could talk any problem with him and he was sure to solve all the problems that I would ask.

I asked many questions such as what’s the value of my life, what should I do in the future, what’s the meaning of friendship, and many questions which I couldn’t recall now or some that I don’t want to share.

You might ask how can HE responded to my questions. I liked when I asked HIM, after I finished the question the answer appeared in my mind. I asked HIM about all the TEACHER that HE sent to help us whether Jesus, Buddha. The answers were all making sense. The weird thing was I can’t actually remember any of them.

However, there was one answer that I clearly remembered: there is not always an answer for a question. It doesn’t matter how you try hard to get an answer, there would not be the answer for some questions.

That is my experience from this trip.

FOR SHORT VERSION for who is lazy,
This trip gave me that “There is not always an answer for a question.”

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Uncle Myu (38) (@wizster) 10 years, 6 months ago ago

don’t be judgmental of any revelations you experience. don’t perceive them as good or bad… just that they are. and remain positive… if you drift from happy thoughts, remind yourself of something you love. or that loves you.
no fear
no fear
no fear

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Anonymous (2,654) (@) 10 years, 6 months ago ago

Or simply remind yourself that you create the love that you feel and it’s better than someone loving you. Just breathe.

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Mike Wuest (510) (@mikeyw829) 10 years, 6 months ago ago

@ WJ.. Have you ever read Conversations With God? It’s a very similar experience.

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WJ (44) (@chuang11) 10 years, 6 months ago ago

@Mike, Nope. Maybe I should find one and start reading it.

which one is that? I found many books with that title.

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Cody (472) (@versai) 10 years, 6 months ago ago

Happened to do the same thing last night with harmala and cubes. I started to experience insane synchronicity after they took effect and tried to write down some thoughts that now look pretty schizo. One of them was “Jake needs to smoke this” referring to some great weed that my roomie was missing out on. As I finished writing, my door flies open and he walks into the room, totally mindfucking me. So now I’m thinking like some synced up telepathic and after a half hour of watching random videos he left and I sat in bed meditating. The 3 hours after were pretty intense internal dialog. In the trip it seemed to be with god, but looking back I think I was just hearing voices of my self, split thoughts. Everything was synaesthetic. Audio hallucinations, tasting light, seeing sound, etc. All in all very informative and life changing. the harmala is incredibly powerful, made the shrooms twice as strong as my last trip with the same dose.

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Ace Sidd (0) (@Ace Sidd) 8 years, 7 months ago ago

The only time i’ve tried was with lsd, i could not concentrate, my head was full of voice and stuff,
whenether not during but just after when you’re slowly coming back is awesome, in nature <3

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