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You get to live your authentic self. But many people choose not to. There is no pretense in my words. I am not here to trick you. I want to remind you of a time; a time you can't recall, a time before you were born, you were in your mother's womb: no one, including your mother expected anything from you; not your mother, not your father, not your teachers, not even your manufactured sense of self. But you grow up with some kind of notion that there are expectations, you must perform in society, or else you won't fit in - you grow up inauthentic and there is no sense of 'you.' For you to be true, your authentic self, you must unlearn everything you learned up to this point; or else you'll keep fooling yourself and wonder why is it that no matter what you do, no matter how you act, you just remain unfulfilled, unsettled, unbalanced...
Here are some drugs to alter the state you're in. You start hallucinating and feel a sensation of [[love and gratitude]] and your body freaks out. Your body is not used to getting rewarded for being in your body and mind.
Out of fear, you want to get back to your [[reality]]. Your reality is everything you know. You don't truly want the sensations of love and gratitude because you're afraid of losing your dearest possession, which is your fearful self, the self constructed by society. Society can't control you if you don't fear it.
<<endif>> The high rabbit is alive. But then the rabbit dies. You grow with fear.You realize that the evolution of life is death. And you think "Oh....this can happen to anyone."
You are 100% more wise.
<img src="http://static.decontextualize.com/famartin-ghost-lake-640px.jpg" alt="photograph of Ghost Lake">Reality is a strange place to be back.There is so much fear of stepping away from it, but a constant strive to escape it. And there is a contradiction between the two. You have to be in it to step away and come back to it. But you stepped out a little too soon. Perhaps one day you'll grow into the alignment of your two divided selves.
You realize the drug you were given was only a placebo. You didn't actually hallucinate. You were just afraid of being your self, the self that expects nothing.
<<set $eat_shrooms to 1>>
<img src="https://www.booooooom.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/jason-parker-600x600.jpg" alt="art2">The two selves are divided. In order for one self to live; the other self must die. You grow with more fear. But something happens when you exhaust yourself of fear. You realize that the evolution of death is life and so, you repeat the word "oneness" over and over.
You are more wise for it. Now, go on: live your authentic life.
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