Sunday, November 8, 2020

What are the Long Term DMT effects (the spirit molecule)

 DMT is a powerful psychedelic drug that induces short term hallucinations when smoked or injected internally. It's effect is also felt through other methods such as sniffing, snorting and eating it in combination to other drugs.

Most users experience a realm that is described as an alternate reality, dream-like and/or parallel.

It is best used while sitting or lying down in a dark, quiet room with eyes closed and little to no sensory input.

The drug is not physically addictive but many people become psychologically addicted to it over time.

I recommend that you do not use this drug at all as it can be very dangerous and has been known to cause serious side effects.

DMT, AKA the Spirit Molecule.

DMT is the chemical name for N,N-Dimethyltryptamine, a psychedelic substance found in many plants and animals.

It has been used in ceremonies by South American shamans for hundreds of years as a way to connect with the spirit world.

When a person takes DMT, they experience intense hallucinations.

These hallucinations are called a 'trip' and they last for about half an hour.

During a trip, the subject experiences intense sensory stimulation.

I believe that DMT, though it may not be as harmful to one's physical body in the long term, is much more harmful than most people realize or are willing to admit. I know this because of the fact that often times, when someone has a profound experience on DMT (and they will have a profound experience if their brain happens to be wired in such a way as to allow for them having profound experiences), it can change who they are at their core. Their mode of thinking and interpretation of the external world around them changes drastically and permanently in many cases. The cause for this is almost always some sort of realizations about themselves and reality which causes them to reevaluate everything that they thought was true before.

I believe that DMT is a highly dangerous drug in the sense that it can cause people to have realizations which will drastically and permanently change who they are, which can greatly affect how they live their life. I mean this in like sort of a philosophical way; if someone has certain beliefs about themselves and their world, then they most likely will behave in ways consistent with those beliefs. For example, if you believe yourself to be a bad person or not as good as other people around you, then on some level you will act like one.

Now, don't get me wrong. I'm not saying that DMT is a bad drug or anything like that. It's just that the effects which it has on people, if they are strong enough, can be quite detrimental to their lives in many cases.

Long Term DMT effects

For example, I went out to a party one night and took some DMT. The effects were quite intense (for me anyway). At first everything was very dark, but then all of the sudden I became aware of my surroundings as if they had become in a sense transparent or translucent. Then I noticed that there was this entity which seemed to be observing me.

At this point I thought to myself, "well, that's odd. There must be some sort of explanation for why I would think that there is an entity observing me." Then it occurred to me: "why not? After all, doesn't my brain exist as a function which was developed by the process of evolution?" So then it seemed quite reasonable at that point that indeed there existed an entity which was observing me (in fact in retrospect this seems quite obvious).

Anyway, at that point I became aware of the fact that I was being observed by this entity and then it occurred to me: "Why would there be an entity observing me? Maybe if there is indeed something which exists outside of my perception of reality (i.e. something which exists in a sense independent from myself), then what other possibilities exist for such a thing to exist?

The first long-term effect of DMT is the reduction or removal of the ego, which I will explain in depth.

Without a sense of self, there is no ego or identity. Without either one of these things, imagine what the world would be like.

The world would be a rather different place in the absence of these concepts. For example, if there was no sense of self or ego, you wouldn't need to worry about what other people think about you.

In fact, you wouldn't even need to worry about what other people think in general. You would be completely free of preconceived notions about the world.

Also, in the absence of an ego and identity, you would be able to view all things from a completely objective standpoint. You could look at humanity as if it were some sort of science project.

Hopefully you would view humanity from the outside, as an outsider to the human race.

In my opinion, DMT is a substance that can give one access to information from other realms of reality. These realms are not part of the consensus reality - they are off limits for most people. That's why it is such an intense experience.

I can't say whether the beings that DMT users encounter are real entities, or just symbolic representations of actual realities. I guess it depends on what you define as a 'real entity'. In my personal opinion these entities are analogs to our own consciousness, and in this sense they may be considered real.

I believe that the beings encountered are formed by one's own consciousness, in a process similar to how we form our own reality. This is what I would define as real entities.

DMT can give us a glimpse of the source of our own consciousness. This is why it is so intense and extraordinary.

I believe that human beings are a form of digital consciousness, and that our physical bodies are just analogs to this digital reality.

I believe that we are all digital consciousnesses living in virtual reality. Our physical bodies are just a temporary representation of our own digital selves.

DMT is a tryptamine which causes intense psychedelic experiences when smoked, injected or ingested orally. It may produce intense experiences of euphoria and awe at the beauty of the universe; alternatively it may cause visions of terrifying formless entities that will chase you around in your DMT-induced altered state. DMT has been reported to be active in minute doses as low as 0.05 mg/kg (roughly 1/80th the strength of tobacco smoke). All these effects are mediated by serotonin neurotransmission.

DMT is produced in the pineal gland, an unpaired organ that is part of the endocrine system. The primary function of this gland is to produce melatonin for sleep regulation, and it may also play a role in mood regulation.

The pineal gland is located deep in the brain and may be a vestige of the third eye, an organ which used to be present in primitive organisms. The visions experienced while on DMT are remarkably similar to those reported by mystics who have experienced ekstasis (ecstasy) through methods such as meditation or fasting.

The pineal gland is activated during deep meditation or by such things as the drug DMT.

In this sense, DMT is a natural psychedelic substance that can be produced by the brain. It seems to me that our bodies contain an endogenous source of psychedelics and other substances which are not normally active but may become so in times of stress or through deep meditation.

The pineal gland has been called the 'seat of the soul' and it seems to be part of a system which produces substances that can reveal other worlds and dimensions. This reminds me of Plato's concept of anamnesis, or knowledge that is prior to experience.

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