Post
i've recently become extremely spiritual and in doing so have discovered a new sense of who i am and what this world is made of. I believe that mother nature put these psychedelics here on earth for us to use and meditate with to become closer to our spirituality. Who here has had experiences such as those?
JillBloved JillBloved 22-25, F 12 Answers Oct 17, 2009

Your Response

Cancel

I experienced going to another realm while on mushrooms. It was very spiritual.

Best Answer

I agree, although I didn't love DMT. It definitely put me in touch with my animal side. I felt, for an unmeasurable amount of time, like a complete animal. <br />
<br />
On mushrooms I've had all kinds of different experiences. Some terrifying, some beautiful, most a mix up of the two.<br />
<br />
I felt I got the most out of K. I think I did that the most out of all psychedelics. Quite intense and eye opening.

Best Answer

No use of drugs required:<br />
<br />
<br />
<br />
<br />
I spent a long 22 years of arguing with God. Finally it took it's tole.<br />
<br />
It was either the bible or the aspirin (suicide) I downed the aspirin. Long story short pain in my chest couldn't breath ringing in my ears (which I still have) and other problems that were NOT fun at all and I would not recommend any one trying.<br />
<br />
I ended up in the psyche ward after being admitted into an emergency room for 2 or 3 days.<br />
<br />
To make a long story short my parents brought me the bible. I have always had this innate feeling that God was truly real so passionately I believed even though others doubted. There was just some kind of peace that went over me every time I thought about God. Whether it was the weather or whatever else God created.<br />
<br />
The hardest thing I learned is that we aren't perfect we mess up and have to admit it to press forward.<br />
<br />
Well long story short every page I opened was in direct intimate detail to the questions that were in my head. I would ask a question. Then I'd crack the bible open and get a direct answer. I'd think about something and crack the bible open and it was exactly what I was thinking about.<br />
<br />
Finally I broke down and cried realizing God knew my every thought. That he see's through all the walls we build up including physical and mental etc. We think we can hide our emotions from God but we can't. I also encountered quite a few people in there who were two faced.<br />
<br />
I asked God who they served and God showed me the truth every time. In the end I found out from other people that what God told me was true. I found out they were two faced and atheist at best. They didn't come out and say it in fact they pretended they were christian but suicidal. They even tried to sing hymns but God warns us Satan can appear as an angel of light. These people were the roomates in the psychiatric unit. And the story is much much longer but rather than make you read a novel I type it short.<br />
<br />
I sat on the window sill they had on the psycheward it was made of concrete and I burst into tears.<br />
<br />
Whilst I was crying the wind started to get louder and louder and it's sounds matched my exact sadness. Each thought I made the wind matched it in exact harmony the apathy and empathy of the sound was all there. The wind in fact sounded like tears I kid you not.<br />
<br />
And just as I was crying and feeling as if God was there I opened the bible and it landed on this verse :<br />
<br />
God sings a song of sorrow in the wind to a heavy heart<br />
<br />
All I can tell you is it's in the bible I could try googling the verse but no avail I will have to read the entire thing to find it some day.<br />
<br />
I've also had hundreds or thousands of times I would think of a verse and it would open to that exact verse I kid you not.<br />
<br />
It's been about 9 months I've been reading the bible haven't finished, read a good portion though if that counts. (Since February of 2009)<br />
<br />
<br />
I've asked God where suicidal people end up the page landed on this exact verse my thumb was on "hell". Same thing when I asked God about homosexuals; so I know both are not of God. It also landed on when I thought about homosexuals or suicide and asked God what he thought of it John chapter 7 "ye are the father the devil he was a murderer and liar from the beginning who aboded not in the truth" so I know they are from the pit of hell pretty much.<br />
<br />
There were moments when I was in the psycheward and I asked God if jesus was really crucified because I had doubted even with all the telepathic answers I received through the bible I just wanted to know for sure. And God knew that direct communication was the only way to make me aware which is what happened. And still to this day when I flip a page or have a thought or question God answers it through the written word flipping exactly to what I need to see and read. I can tell you without a shadow of a doubt that Jesus was crucified for our sins and rose again for us and wants us to believe in him so that through him God can come into our hearts and we can be saved.

Best Answer

I've done psilocybin twice and Ayahuasca quite a few times, but the most intense spiritual experiences I've ever had were from Salvia Divinorum, once when I floated up out of my body, and once when I fell backwards out of my body into white light.

Best Answer

I sure have had many spiritual experiences on psychedelics. I've been going down a path of personal discovery and unveiling of the subconscious for the past 5 years with all sorts of psychedelics (mainly tryptamines like LSD, DMT and psilocybin and other related analogues; 4-substituted tryptamines).<br />
<br />
Have you ever tried DPT? That, to me, is the ultimate spiritual experience of surrender. It seems to very reliably produce an experience of complete disintegration of the ego.

Best Answer

I have had several true religious experiences on mushrooms, ayahuasca, other tryptamine's and phenethylamine's.I truly believe I have meet God through these experiences. I have also had some experiences that where to intense, not bad but not enjoyable. I believe that god has left us with these plants and fungi to communicate with him. I don't believe that everyone can understand and handle these experiences, and should not do it for fun or recreation.

Best Answer

A week ago I tripped on mushrooms for my 14th time. I had my first religious experience tripping on them. . . I felt like I became god. I thought that all the people I was tripping with and I could read each others' minds and I thought that all of us became enlightened. I thought everyone in the whole world realized we were the same person HAHHA. I thought that we knew everything about each other and loved each other. I started seeing everything as a paradox and started wondering what the **** reality is... What the **** is reality? I wondered if we had all just been dreaming, or if something happened and we all died. I thought everyone was going to go onto the street and we were all going to dance. I kept imagining firemen and police officers and little girls dancing on the street :P<br />
I thought I could control what happened. The people I tripped with were in the other room and I was laying in the bed in the other room and I felt like I was putting words into their heads, and whenever I told them to come into the room or do something, they did. I thought I would never have to do anything (live.. eat) again because I became enlightened and didn't need to.<br />
Then I thought, "let's all sleep now forever!"<br />
Since that trip I've felt so light.

Best Answer

yes, on both, both with an experienced guide. (not hired, just a fellow psychonaut)<br />
I do believe them to be glimpses and a starting point.

Best Answer

that is of course one path - but I prefer to earn my experience, not get an instant one.<br />
<br />
(it's better for the trouble)

Best Answer

I've had plenty of enlightening psychedelic experiences.<br />
be cautious,make sure your set and setting are conducive to good energy-if you get too far out there,remember that you are on a drug,which will wear off.<br />
and I'd be wary of Salvia,seems dangerous at best.(one of the few I haven't tried)

Best Answer

Salvia is no more dangerous than any other psychedelic, you should have a trip sitter with you the first few times you try it. It can be extremely intense for around 15 minutes. You should always try to trip with another person until you know how to handle the experience.

Best Answer

Hmmm...wouldn't call it religious,..but yair...metaphysical,..other-worldly,..transcendental.....mystical.....semi-spiritual,....sure.

Best Answer

Lol love this

Best Answer

Related Questions