What if a member law enforcement openly said that the laws and policing practices we have for addressing drugs in this society are not only ineffective but making the problem worse; that prohibition has failed and we need to quit repeated our mistakes and legalize, regulate, and control drugs?
“There’s no such thing as a bad trip” is a concept that is rising in popularity among experienced drug users. However, I don’t subscribe to this concept. To me, there is such a thing as a bad trip and it is determined by how we choose to deal with an uncomfortable experience.
Memories of ayahuasca arise, the feeling tone they echo in my soul is alive in me and now I’m sitting here immersed the presence of vulnerability and sadness.
I ponder if an increased capacity for silence correlates to an increased capacity for awe.
In this video, I explore my contemplations on whether or not this concept is alive in the perceivably linear time continuity I experience as a human being. The experiences in question are related to my psychedelic ceremonies and psychedelic explains.
Psychedelic trip reports are a dime a dozen these days. Some of them are incredibly valuable and some might actually cause more harm than good. In this video, I explore where I see trip reports as positive and where I see them as problematic to not only the psychedelic community but also the individual.
I ate the wild psilocybin mushrooms of San Jose del Pacifico in Mexico back in the summer of 2017. I went down there to trip with Kilindi Iyi, Dr Gerry, and Julian Palmer. This report is the meat of what I encounter during my trip.