One of best psychedelic music ever
Since the cataclysmic, interstellar collision of music and videos, people everywhere have been treated to the unparalleled experience of audio visual perfection. This explosion of multiple forms of artistry interacting, interweaving and interrelating has led to some of the most expressive and impactful few minutes that have ever been spent.
Understanding the Acid Trip Experience
Getting high on acid (LSD) is also known as an “acid trip” or “psychedelic experience” and is technically termed LSD intoxication. During this period of intoxication, users experience a wide variety of effects, most often visual and other sensory distortions, changes to thought processes, intense emotions, including euphoria, and occasionally for some people, surprising new insights.
LSD USERS SHARE THEIR EXPERIENCES
Psychedelic Pride on 19 April celebrates the anniversary of Swiss scientist Albert Hofmann becoming the first ever person to ingest LSD, a substance that many including Charlie Gilmour feel is due for rehabilitation Established by the UK’s Psychedelic Society, users are encouraged to corner a lucky parent, sibling, or even colleague and “explain to them how psychedelics have benefited you”. As the organisers note: “Breaking the taboo on psychedelic use is an important step in the campaign for their legalisation and regulation.”
What is the strongest magic mushroom species
Most cultivators who love the user-friendly instructions of the magic mushroom grow kits might not even know that there are different magic mushroom species. The most common type of psychedelic mushroom is the psilocybe cubensis, the one that you’re familiar with.
Listen to your psychedelic Post with Audio
Psychedelic is undoubtedly my favourite sound. I’ve spent many an hour getting high with my friends, listening to some class psychedelic music but what exactly is psychedelic music?
I mean, for most people it probably conjures up images of the sixties, hippies, counterculture and whatnot however psychedelic sounds have certainly existed before and after the sixties. For instance, in Western classical music composers like Debussy used octatonic scales and modes to achieve new and interesting sounds, and the whole tone scale to create dream-like
Jeff30th September 2020
Awesome song, but has anyone on this site listened to the Johns Hopkins Psilocybin research playlist? I had an extremely profound experience on psilocybin while listening to that playlist, and according to the research at JHU if you listen to the playlist you are more likely to have a transformative/profound/meaningful experience!
Something to look into for the next trip perhaps!