Yesterday, I managed to get some magic mushrooms and I tried it.
I’ve always wanted to go on a shroom trip but never really had the chance to acquire one so when the opportunity presented itself, call it synchronicity, I jumped at it.
I’ve been trying to elevate my game and see where I can take it, and improve on it and one of the things that I’ve heard is that taking hallucinogenics can open up many doorways that wasn’t present before, a shortcut of sorts to reaching certain doorways and achieving certain states and perceptions.
One of the first times I’ve heard of plants being used for magick was the Carlos Castaneda book “Don Juan”, then a little research here and there made me realize how prevalent it was in the occult literature, especially with the shamanistic systems.
I picked up my stuff from my guy yesterday, I waited till everyone was asleep and I ate the head and 2 stems. I was told today that I might have eaten more than require but no pain, no gain right.
After an hour later, I started feeling it a bit – body was all buzzing while I laid on my bed, and then what only seemed like minutes – I started being hit by it, it lasted for at least 4 – 6 hours but it was brutal and a non-stop ride. My body was tired but my mind wouldn’t let it go to sleep and when I thought it was over, it kept hitting me again and again.
I was expecting more of an external experience, like in the movies with the light show and spirit animals showing and stuff but this was a more internal experience – lots of talking to myself, or myself talking to me, sorting through stuff that I needed sorted out, lots of other voices. It was an exhilarating experience and I was lucid for the most part of it but I don’t think I will go at it for awhile, it was very intense experience.
While most of it was me, myself and I sorting through stuff (lol). I had a couple of visions and notes about magick and everything; the Akasha, how I view things, how I should view things, how I should work it out, etc etc.
I’m not going to say I became enlightened by the experience or reach another level of mastery…more so I gained some more clues on how things work. Next time, I’ll be more prepared and will probably try to push for other things.