Things to do While Tripping?

Discussion in 'LSD' started by a4stringedwonder, Feb 17, 2006.

  1. a4stringedwonder

    a4stringedwonder Silver Member

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    I am very fond of psychadelics, and wants to get some opinions from other people on:

    What do you do to make you trip stronger? like looking in a mirror with a mirror behind it to reflect a seemingly endless number of reflections...

    How do you further loose touch with reality, or go deeper into your trip?


    SWIM just wants to get a few new ideas of things to try next time...

    Thanks,
    a4stringedwonder
     
  2. Jatelka

    Jatelka Psychedelic Shepherdess Platinum Member & Advisor

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    SWIM loves sitting in the outdoors and looking up at the stars. She has an amazing plane tree at the bottom of her garden and the noise of the wind rushing through the leaves at 4am sends shivers down her spine. As long as she's wrapped up warm she can lose hours sitting on her back step and focusing on that tree. She enters these timeless loops and the tree becomes the ocean and the wind sound becomes a skin sensation which becomes astonishing trains of thought.

    She usually utilises this when things are becoming overwhelming with visuals. It always allows her to get a handle on her trip and to turn things more towards an intellectual/introspection thing.

    Another thing she does is use smells. For her, certain scents are deeply grounding and can send a trip sprralling away in a very different/still positive direction. For her Chanel No 5 induces a synaesthesia explosion which is impossible to describe but is always wonderful. She always loses touch with reality at that point.
     
  3. Nature Boy

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    To make a trip more visually intense try sitting in a dark room with glow-sticks and music. The bright light of the glow-sticks combining with the darkness of the room definitely intensify closed eye visuals.
     
  4. kemistudent

    kemistudent Silver Member

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    Anything but the TV!
     
  5. napoleon in rags

    napoleon in rags Silver Member

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    turn on a Blind Melon playlist, throw on Milkdrop, turn the lights off and just IMMERSE myself

    also, walking through forest trails on a sunny day while tripping is perhaps the most transcendant thing that you can do
     
  6. napoleon in rags

    napoleon in rags Silver Member

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    there's nothing like a sunny, warm forest hike while tripping through the day, god i love the pacific northwest!