50 Hits Of Acid: The Whole Crazy Affair
@lytning91, The reason that most people get freaked out by shit like shrooms and DMT is becuase they expect it to be weed with pretty pictures in your head, no, its not that, it shows life for what it really is, it frees your mind, you stop being the center of your own universe. When you do any hallucinogen, namely DMT, you press Ctrl-Alt-Delete on your brain, then you’re brought back to your desktop, with two folders, one called “My old bullshit” the other “Existence” you can choose to delve into existence, and you’ll learn your own, personal, meaning of life.
This reminds me of something… Your story is eerily similar to his guys story http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1uFzhEDdexc
@phishphan, Alright, I’ll give you that the beginnings are similar, but thats just a coincidence, I’ve seen that video, and pretty much everything in my story is different, believe it or not, with 7 billion people on Earth, two are likely to have experiences that are the smallest bit similar.
No need to worry I’m not doubting you. You and that guy should party some time
@thomaschong, I actually have never tried weed. I never once sought it because I did not see the effect worth it. My intrigue for hallucinogens comes from a desire to face a reality that I cannot right now. I want the awareness. I have not pushed for it yet, first seeking to greet the thing that promises so much, but I feel that I will not be able to avoid it. I really am eager to see.
@thomaschong, Speaking to someone who’s gone so far and come back unscathed is quite comforting.
Been there. Done that.
Then I stopped fearing. Its like two worlds, ying and yang, happiness sadness. If you meditate, and objectify yourself, you can walk between the fear of psychosis, and the happiness of being alive. You realize psychosis isn’t some disease, it is only a state of mind, just as depression, just as anxiety. It is not some pit that you fall into and never come out of again.
You fall in, you see it, now climb yourself back out.
But some will fall in, see it, and run in circles, treading water, getting no where.
I’ve seen it a dozen times, sometimes I get to help people back, sometimes I don’t.
But, since I experienced it once, I always inevitably trip back into that hole. It isn’t fun, but I always know I can come back.
Really I want to know why some of us are more sensitive to it. Why did I experience it, while others have not? Why do some of us go there, but most never do? Stirs my gut writing about it every time.
@ijesuschrist, I don’t know that I have gone that far. I know that I have fears, but I know that they also do not control me. I know that in order to retain self I must face these fears and so I make a note to do it, and to push the boundaries that I have and make the progress that will insure I one day eliminate them. I believe that the self can withstand a lot, so long as what you say is true. Having the resolve to find your way out, despite the magnitude of desperation one may face. I speak from a place where I want to acknowledge my fears, yet all the while I know I will not rest until I have moved passed them.
@thomaschong, incredible recollection – its humbling to have read of such an experience first -hand. thank you very much for sharing.
Hey Tommy, thank you so much for sharing that. I thought I had a bad experience with acid until I read your story, now I look at it as a learning experience instead of a nightmare. You should share this one on LazyKush. I know a lot of people there would love to hear your experience with 50 hits of acid.
that was incredible to read heh
wait.. is this the real chong?
@drunkmonkmeth, does it really matter?
@lytning91, it does
@drunkmonkmeth, you miss the point of what I was saying. Were it to be confessed that he were the “real” Chong, this site would get bogged down with a bunch of halfwits who ruined the whole purpose of what goes on here. I don’t care one way or the other, because whoever it is, their information is legitimate and informative. Can’t really ask for more.
@drunkmonkmeth, lol bro
@drunkmonkmeth, I’m with da jet plane on this one man, the person who’s delivering the message shouldn’t matter, its the message itself that’s important.
@thomaschong, Never said it mattered.. never implied it mattered either. I just simply asked if you’re the real Chong. Your name is ThomasChong @thomaschong which would generally imply that you are indeed Thomas Chong, but you know its the internet and you can never be sure. I have this longing desire to know when I’m unsure.. (its a human thing.) So I had no choice but to attempt to find out by asking. Oh and of course when someone read my question they had to attempt to analyze my reason for asking as if there was a deeper purpose hidden in the text I wrote assuming that if it weren’t really Chong I wouldn’t read or would have dismissed what I have already read.
but no its all separate.. I saw the name and decided to ask.
@drunkmonkmeth, Well, I might be, but I also might not be, I might be a four year old kid in Swaziland claiming to be a celebrity, I might also be a celebrity claiming to be a four year old kid in Swaziland, you’d have no way of knowing, man, just enjoy the company. It ain’t easy being cheesy.
this is very interesting! sounds like it could be a plot for a book, you should make that happen.
EDIT: Somebody else saw the similiarities first
@thomaschong, Your trip report sounds like what my dreams are like – however of course you forget dreams usually as soon as you wake up. Reading through your post, a couple of times I felt like I was dreaming.
How similar to a dream-state would you say your experience was?
@thomaschong, Also apparently you’re famous?? The “real” thomas chong? You must have done some truly amazing exploring in your time. :)
@thomaschong your story is amazing. i have never done acid before, out of disinterust and fear. but wow.. this story, just blows my mind. like something i would only find in my dreams. a real life like experience would be amazing. how has the experience changed you? if you dont mind me asking.
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