Wednesday, April 27, 2016

DMT

I have tried DMT a handful of times, but it has only WORKED once.

Dimethyltryptamine is the chemical in our brain that allows us to dream. It has been manufactured into an herb or spice that makes you trip your nabs off for 10 to 15 minutes. It only lasts this long because it is so intense. This was my experience of it when it worked for me.

I went to my friends house, and he set everything up for me. He helped me inhale it properly and allowed me to lie on his bed with headphones in my ears with appropriate DMT music.

 I held it in as a laid back on his bed, and it swam through my entire body before my head hit the pillow. I finally exhaled and I went into a vortex. I was surrounded by a sea of every color with the background of the bed room.

I was hardly able to move, and not in control of my movements. At one point I was staring at my thumbs that looked like my soul, and twiddling my tongue with them. I was unaware that I was grabbing my tongue for awhile, and when I did, I looked down at the rest of my body and thought "HOLY SHIT, I HAVE A BODY!!!" I had forgotten about it... I thought I was just a head and a brain with a tongue!

My friend hung out in his bathroom brushing his teeth, leaving me alone, and poked his head out on occasion to check on me and see my mouth and eyes agape. 

Then his cat hopped up onto the table next to me. The cat could definitely tell that I was on a journey and sat there comforting me. I was mesmerized by it's color changing coats of green and purple as I admired and  touched it's fur. That was a truly amazing and comforting moment, I felt my spirit connect with it's and her kitty kindness radiated and resonated. She was my chesser cat keeping me safe throughout this trip. 

As the music descended with the effects of the DMT time kind of slowed down, the intense colors went away and all that was left was the bedroom. Every piece of furniture or poster on the wall had it's own energy that pulsated to my breath. It was breathing with me!!


It was the most intense psychedelic experience I've ever had. I've tried others and they do not compare visually. People's ideas of "Tripping" is seeing things that aren't there and melting shit or whatever. But DMT is the only one that truly takes you on a roller coaster of subconscious imagination. Your mind takes off and the world warps for those 10 to 15 minutes.

This sounds really hippy ish and whatever but it really was astounding, and something I will never forget.

 

 

 

Wednesday, April 20, 2016

420

420 is a big deal for some reason. It has been made a vital note in stoners lives to get high at 4:20 on 4/20. Or just 4:20 any day. It doesn't really mean anything and it was not Bob Marley's birthday. It was in fact Hitler's birthday and the day of the Columbine shooting. Those two things don't add up to a stoner heavy pot smoking session all day. I "highly" doubt that it is to spite those horrible things. This has caused me to look through the Internet starting with Columbine and leading me to other mass murderers. Damn it, this is 420's fault, thanks 420. You're a real pal.

Let's talk a little bit about Hitler. Maybe not, I'm not really trying to say anything. I was all about 420 when I was a big time pot head. Now I'm not, I put on a Bob Marley shirt today after I bathed out of habit. It's one of my favorite shirts, I'm not bragging about my subconscious coolness, these are just facts.

If you want to smoke pot on 420 that's great. But don't be telling people they should be and that they are un American dicks for not doing so.

Just keep your kids out of my garage.


Thursday, April 14, 2016

COMEDIAN: Rich Vos

If you have a quick couple of 4 hours and 20 minutes to kill you should listen to Rich Vos' appearances on The Opie and Anthony Show. 

 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=taEkqW10rw0

I know you have that much time if you actually take time out of your day to read this stupid blog. Although it's not as stupid as Rich Vos. His idiocy is hilarious! His mispronunciations of celebrities is uncanny and a recyclable gem.


You probably can't find any stand up of Rich Vos because he has never made a special in his life. I don't know him for his stand up, only his persistent moronicism as a human being on the radio. He is the guy that everybody makes fun of and he has to defend himself constantly. But he can take it pretty well and dish it out even better. He also can't admit that he is truly and idiot, so he defends himself as being smart. Which makes his stupidiocy even better!

He has a slur or a lisp of something that makes a "sh" "ch" sound where you can feel the spit gargling in his throat. You can taste the food that he ate before and you can hear the spittle come from his mouth.

I have to say I love him for being willing to share himself with the world, just so we can laugh at him. He does seem like a good parent, and a good husband. If you watch Women Aren't Funny on Netflix you can see that being displayed.Which his wife made Bonnie McFarlane who I'm not to familiar with outside of Vos. She seems very funny and Canadian. I tip my hat to him even though I'm shitting on him, but I am still a nobody compared to him.

Monday, April 11, 2016

RAPPER: DEL tha Funkee Homosapien

He is one of the most intricate wordsmiths and underground artists around. He has the coolest rhymes with POSITIVE messages unlike the trash rap "That appeals to the masses.".. His words.
He actually raps about life and how people behave. With amazing insight and advice like "Don't put shit off till tomorrow."

Deltron 3030 is the coolest concept album I've ever heard. The alternate universe he creates through lyrics is so vivid and inspiring. I get chills when I hear the beginning of "3030"

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q7_jbluF0qo

It was the first song I'd heard from him from my old friend Jake Pozzi. Del is right up there with Slug for me. He's just so SICK with rhymes and raps and hippity hops.

I was inspired to write about two pages of rhymes influenced by him that could only hope to be meteocre. I'm not a rapper but he makes me believe that real vocalized word smithery is a possibility.

Here is one of his songs that I know all the words to.. It's got such a great beat and a good message.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oO8PvKogLRY&nohtml5=False

There's really not much more I can think of saying about him that would be close to paying homage. I love him and his music that is amazing "conscious" rap with ridiculous world play and imaginative beats.

Check him out !!!

Monday, April 4, 2016

Making Phone Calls

So I have almost finished completing the Landmark Forum Advanced course. And like in the original Forum we are encouraged to make phone calls to the people in our lives. Enrolling them in possibilities of new relationships and inviting them to our graduation ceremony.

I managed to make all the phone calls to the people in my family and with close friends, but one of them that was bugging me out the most was with my "boss" or head of security. I work at a night club through a security agency and he is in charge of the guards at that club. He is a very nice guy and funny, but for some reason I had it built up in my head that he would take offense or get pissed at me for asking him to come.

I had a reason for calling him which was that my check had not come in. So I tried calling him yesterday, he did not answer and texted me back "what's up?" and I told him that I thought I needed something but didn't anymore.... So I just put it off, I punked out!!

It kind of hung over me all day as I made excuses to people as to why I did not invite him. He occurred to me as a "tough guy" due to his position as head of security, and a lot of people who have heard of Landmark think it's a cult. But I know he is a good guy! I had built up a bad scenario of his reaction and kept wrestling with it in the back of my mind.

We were to make a list of people to call and he was at the top of it. I went to sleep and woke up today worried about calling him. I called some other people on the list first and none of them answered. I KNEW I had to call him, but still used more minutes to put it off. Finally, I just did it, hoping for it to go to voicemail, and it did. So I left him a nice message inviting him and expressing my gratitude. Which is nice but not ideal for "Enrolling" others in your life.

Moments later he calls me back, I panic inside but answer it. We talk a bit about my check, which he has, then I bring up "this thing" I did all weekend which is why I could not work this weekend. I invite him and he is VERY open to it. The complete opposite of what I had expected! He was totally open to checking it out, and I was expecting to rip through the invitation just to get to complimenting him as a good boss, and he said "Of course, because we're friends." It was awesome.

Like most people, making phone calls is hard for me. Due to social media and texting, it's SO much easier for us to just tweet or text each other. Without having to hear the other person's voice. I still get anxiety from receiving phone calls, like a lot of people. But it's a necessary tradition to keep alive. It almost seems strange to me that people interact in person anymore, because everything is online.

When you have the urge to call someone, and it keeps ringing in your head that you should do it... Do it! Get it over with, so you can move on with your life. Because the ringing will never stop until you call that person. And like me, I'm sure you will be surprised at the responses you get from people when you call them to compliment them, express gratitude or invite them to a thing they might think is weird. You will be surprised and flattered with the kind responses to your giving of kindness.

When I don't want to do something hard, and it doesn't just go away by not doing it, so I think to myself. "After I do it, it will be behind me, and I will still be safe in my bed later tonight." Because when we don't deal with our lives, we end up dealing with the fact that we're not dealing with our lives. And we are not effective and expressive in the ways that we can be! Doing the hard stuff in life makes living easier... And spreading love makes everyone feel good! I love anyone who has read this entire thing, and would love to give you a hug. :)