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The War on Drugs is the crux of the misinterpretation of what psychedelics truly are.

The War on Drugs is the crux of the misinterpretation of what psychedelics truly are.

They’ve been misunderstood for so long, and we’re finally at a point where we can try to understand what these magical things can do for nature, human beings included.

Just as a disclaimer; I’ve tripped more times than I can count at this point in my life, but I’ve always made sure to use psychedelics in a ritual setting, and I’ve always made sure to be careful on the dose that I’ve taken based on how I feel whenever I trip. (Except for that one time I took 7 grams but that’s a story on its own)

That being said, I just saw The Fantastic Fungi on netflix and MAN… it made me think…

We’re part of nature and play an important role in the development of the world, that much is obvious, but I’ve come to notice that for me, psychedelics paint a picture of how I perceive all of life, not what life should be, but what it is in real time as i’m discovering, how I’m learning from it, and how I’m perceiving it. It gives me a hyper representation of the story of all of life down to the very fundamental aspect of what makes life possible.

Psychedelics paint a picture for me. It tells me a story. The story of us. Us having the power to express thoughts, opinions, art, and capability to create and manipulate things around us to help us survive. It paints a picture of love, hate, compassion, indifference, pride, shame, all of the emotions in-between, how we deal with them, and the consequences of how we deal with those emotions. Finally, it paints a picture of the good, the bad, the ugly, the beauty, and the energy that makes all of it work.

But the most important part in the psychedelic journey, in my opinion, is the message I get from it. Depending on where my mental state is, it can be beautiful or it can be ugly, but what I know for sure, is that everything im feeling makes me human and being a human being is something that I’m truly grateful for and even though I feel the calamity of what it is to be alive (every emotion in my mind) I wouldn’t trade it for anything.

I wouldn’t have been able to put into words what I’m feeling deep inside without psychedelics.

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2 thoughts on “The War on Drugs is the crux of the misinterpretation of what psychedelics truly are.”

  1. I like how you put that. I also like to think that maybe the mushrooms and psychs are urging us to care more for the plants and animals and environment and each other, to connect and create symbiotic relationships with one another just like mycelium. Is it the mushrooms subtlety getting us to take more of them/grow them/study them/create new art and inventions,etc to expand our minds and in turn save the planet and all living things during the current sixth mass extinction? Or is it us finally becoming more open and curious? Maybe it’s a bit of both and I’d like to think that the curious nudges we have are manifesting a brighter future for humans, animals and the environment we all exist in.

  2. Horribly wrong it honestly mostly just makes me sad. Middle America is exceptionally horrified of anything other than beer.

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