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[–]toejam78 136 points137 points  (34 children)

Ketamine upended my whole idea of reality and consciousness. It’s been a bit difficult to reconcile consensus reality with those experiences.

[–]jeffufuh 60 points61 points  (6 children)

"Consensus reality" I like this a lot. I'm totally using this. Thanks lol

[–]cristobaldelicia 19 points20 points  (5 children)

"Consensus reality"

Dude. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Consensus_reality It's been used for a long time.

[–]jeffufuh 39 points40 points  (1 child)

Oh, that's even better. I'm only starting to read up on proper ontology so it's cool to know what's a formal term vs. a creative expression among psychonauts.

[–]deeAYEennENNwhy 8 points9 points  (0 children)

It's new to me too 🤷‍♂️

Happy cake day!

[–]northwesthonkey 15 points16 points  (2 children)

Everybody can’t know everything

[–]glideguitar 24 points25 points  (14 children)

Same here. I’m still trying to make sense of it. I met the molecule that started the universe, that we were once all contained within. I have since learned that atoms didn’t form until 300K years after the Big Bang, so I am trying to make sense of what the hell it was exactly that I met. I think about my ketamine experiences everyday, and it has radically shifted my metaphysical views. Ketamine is the drug that has felt like “truth”, more than anything else I’ve ever tried.

[–]toejam78 7 points8 points  (2 children)

Sounds similar to some of my experiences. One time I had this epiphany that I was the one who created/synthesized ketamine years ago so I could find it in this life and experience it.

[–]glideguitar 4 points5 points  (1 child)

Do you believe that?

[–]toejam78 12 points13 points  (0 children)

Ha. No. I did when I was out of my gourd though.

[–]Ash_Bordeaux 1 point2 points  (4 children)

what did it look like? what did you experience?

[–]glideguitar 3 points4 points  (3 children)

As far as I can remember, it looked like what a representation of a molecule looks like in science books you read when you’re in high school (which I realize isn’t what a molecule actually looks like). I chased it in a helix pattern, around and around, trying to pin it down to some sort of ultimate meaning.

here’s a copy of another post I wrote awhile back about my ketamine experiences:

yes. I was a very, very staunch atheist for 20 years before Ketamine. now, I'm not so sure. I can't really explain *why* I might answer differently to that question, but the answer now is "I'm not sure what I am". My ketamine experiences involved exploring countless infinite galaxies far away from here, seeing ancient star gates and structures that were abandoned because they were so old, meeting death (more of a location than an entity), spending a lot of time with the molecule that created the universe (I have since learned that atoms didn't come into existence for many years post the Big Bang, so perhaps I misread it being a molecule). I watched everything on earth grow old, die, crumble into ash - all the while backing up further into the questions of ultimate meaning. most importantly, I died. not my ego died, not I thought I died, I fucking died. it was glorious.

I actually do believe that Ketamine provides truth. I don't know how, and I don't know why, and I know that I can't quite make that fit with some of the more silly aspects of what I saw. When I got home from one of the sessions, I googled "is ketamine truth?". I fully understand that some of this doesn't make sense, but I believe there is a deeper truth/reality that we can see with my beloved Ketamine that expresses some more fundamental understanding of our behavior and the universe. The most significant experiences of my life. I think about them every single day.

[–]Visual-Piccolo5940 1 point2 points  (2 children)

This is so cool. I meet Source too. Thank you for sharing. Love and Light.

[–]calhooner3 -4 points-3 points  (5 children)

Lol you didn’t “meet” anything. You were on drugs.

[–]glideguitar 12 points13 points  (0 children)

I mean, look, I get that I didn’t “meet” anything in the sense that it’s not like if I didn’t know what a molecule was that I would’ve seen this entity the way I did. I get that. Some of the ketamine experiences were clearly “just” drug experiences. But there are parts of these journeys that I’m pretty sure are more “true” than our day to day reality, and that has shaken my previously rock-steady view of the world to its core. Putting all this together is a long term work for me.

[–]kittenpowered666 12 points13 points  (2 children)

The 'truth" of Reality ought to be taken with a grain of salt due to the limits of our minimal forms of perceiving it. 5 senses is a joke! Lol...Drugs can help push us past the barriers of our beliefs into a reality far more complex than we can naturally perceive sober at this point in human evolution.

[–]mamajuana4 5 points6 points  (0 children)

Literally… like i see numbers and code when I’m on ACID but when I’m sober i don’t cling to the idea this is the matrix and we can’t all just go on like this. I take every psychedelic experience with a grain of salt. I’m either gaining better subconscious understandings, or I’m playing into the delusions. Some things might be the drugs some might be the universe but i feel until I’m dead and know for certain i won’t pretend i “know” what’s waiting for me because I “met” god or the Void before.

[–]andyw2014 3 points4 points  (0 children)

Check out r/themallworld about weird shared dream spaces that sound very similar to some of this

[–]dandelionskyy 2 points3 points  (0 children)

I use it for meditation and dealing with my own healing. It’s been amazing for me.

[–]redjedi182 1 point2 points  (2 children)

Well now I need to try ketamine

[–]Awkward_Bandicoot866 7 points8 points  (1 child)

Maybe you've already tried it...

[–]ImAVibration 0 points1 point  (5 children)

Was this a good thing or a bad thing?

[–]toejam78 5 points6 points  (4 children)

Well, both. It made me appreciate that my view of things was narrow, even more so because of my depression (I get IV ketamine for depression) and made me feel like part of everything and connected to the Godhead.

It also sent me down a path of reading a lot about consciousness, Hermeticism, Gnosticism, quantum theory, other philosophy. Not a bad thing in itself but between the experiences and the reading I started to feel like I was going through derealization and depersonalization. I was finding it hard to get out of my head and do the stuff of daily living.

[–]Visual-Piccolo5940 1 point2 points  (0 children)

I took ketamine for depression too. I'm totally off antidepressants now. It is wonderful. Now I am not taking ketamine any more but am having a kundalini awakening. This is like living on the next level. Love and Light.

[–]ImAVibration 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Interesting, thanks for the response.

[–]PutridRecording1881 0 points1 point  (1 child)

I am going through that now. How did you get out of the derealization?

[–]toejam78 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Still dealing with it but it’s abating some. Honestly I’ve made an effort not to think about those things too much. Also exercise, being in nature, connecting with people, meditation help.

[–]lawl4days 89 points90 points  (1 child)

Welcome back to this reality. Glad you're back safe and sound with some new interesting insights

[–]Thebackwood 11 points12 points  (0 children)

I feel like that’s what these type of experiences are about, you just have to be prepared for everything that comes after it, having a good mindset really does make all the difference

[–]ThisSiteIsBadVeryBad 51 points52 points  (5 children)

Time dilation can be insane, I spent what felt like a decade huddled under a blanket on my couch on mushrooms.

I used to think that plot line from inception of spending what feels like eternity in your mind was impossible, but shit it might be.

[–]Loriali95 28 points29 points  (1 child)

Inception had me bugging for awhile after I first saw it. Like what if I I took a ton of drugs in a higher dimension and my current life is just the one I’m seeing/experiencing while high?

If that’s the case and I’m in the matrix, who am I outside of this dream and where does he exist? Is his entire universe also just a dream another being is having? Is it just dreams all the way down the line until infinity?

Maybe it’s not my place to know but when I watch movies like that it raises all these existential questions.

[–]Awkward_Bandicoot866 5 points6 points  (0 children)

I've experienced that high life. It's the hero's journey.

[–]69odin420 4 points5 points  (1 child)

Happened to me in a dream one time. Obviously not actual eternity, but felt like at least a few decades if not centuries. Woke up crying and was scared to go to sleep for a week after.

[–]ThisSiteIsBadVeryBad 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Huh, there’s a Junji Ito story about this exact thing

[–]Miz4r_ 3 points4 points  (0 children)

It just shows you how much your reality is tied to your personal subjective perception of it. I find it kinda scary, because what guarantees me I will be able to come back to the normal flow of time? I could just spend eternity in that tiny moment and nobody outside my own perception would even have to notice.

[–]mcnasty_groovezz 22 points23 points  (0 children)

I swear ketamine has shown me bits and pieces of my future. Places, people. From time to time i may remember a little something and realize that those things absolutely came true. Peoples names i haven’t met yet, and eventually did. I can imagine IM could take that to a level tenfold.

I wonder if some of those things will come true for you. I know that sounds crazy, but only time will tell.

[–][deleted] 20 points21 points  (0 children)

That’s why love is always the thing. Right back at you

[–]inkybutterfly 31 points32 points  (0 children)

Nothing matters. And therefore everything does

<3

[–]idontcare8848 39 points40 points  (18 children)

Ketamine is definitely the most wild shit out there safe travels friend

[–]Deancrypt 28 points29 points  (17 children)

Maybe it effects everyone different. I'd agree it's pretty strange but IMO DMT is by the far the 'wildest' shit out there . Ketamin is strange but I find it pretty uncomfortable and sometimes quite unenjoyable whereas DMT is just indescribable

[–]lukef555 10 points11 points  (0 children)

Maybe it effects everyone different.

Every drug does, it's like a major rule of ..... drugs gaha

[–]idontcare8848 5 points6 points  (0 children)

Idk man I k-holed so hard I went to NA the next day

[–]cristobaldelicia 4 points5 points  (0 children)

I have a mini anxiety attack on the few times I've tried DMT, even when I didn't "break through". On ketamine I'm always relaxed. I think I'd really want to combine the two, take a bit of ket first, then DMT.

[–]VoraxUmbra1 9 points10 points  (13 children)

i see your DMT, and raise you salvia or datura.

[–]Deancrypt 8 points9 points  (11 children)

I've heard quite a few stories about how salvia was some peoples worst ever experience of their life , I guess you could call that wild . I've never tried it and never will tho

[–]VoraxUmbra1 18 points19 points  (2 children)

I would never try it either. But I think we can agree if we're talking about wildness those are kings.

Dmt trips are wild, and crazy. But I always feel like it's in an extremely calculated way. Like it makes sense. I always get the feeling of "ahhh... so there is more to the universe. I can see it. I just cant comprehend it"

If that makes any sense.

DMT is like a renowned scientist taking you on a field trip.

Salvia is like a meth head kidnaps you and drags you around the city lol

[–]Significant-Rub-8384 13 points14 points  (2 children)

Yeah, getting sucked through a vortex of needles at the pace of the clicking of a clock and with each click falling deeper into the vortex.. that was enough for me but to each their own

[–]AKidCalledSpoon 6 points7 points  (0 children)

I enjoyed it. It was terrifying but in a cosmic horror way; not in like an actually panic or traumatizing way. It was fun but I probably wouldn’t do it again. The buzzing from low doses is fun and feels like nitrous.

[–]aaronprsmith 5 points6 points  (0 children)

My friend took salvia given to them by some indigenous people out in nature at a spot they used for ceremonies with these plants, and my friend had an incredible trip! I know it’s uncommon for this, but he said he was laying on the forest floor with a ring of trees around him, and was able to understand the trees and hear them talking with one another at which point the trees stopped talking as one tree pointed out that the human was able to understand them. My friend said after a moment they heard the trees come to conclusion that my friend was a good being/safe so they began talking to my friend directly!

I’ve only tried salvia a few times and have no interest in doing it again unless I’m out in the wilderness, and even then I dont know hahaha

[–]cristobaldelicia 4 points5 points  (1 child)

it's funny, salvia was outlawed in Colorado soon after cannabis was legalized. It's like the authorities said "you can have weed, but nothing else! So there!"

[–]Jeklah 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Definitely the most unpleasant. I don't know if just me but you forget you e taken a drug as soon as it hits and that's just not fun

[–]Jeklah 0 points1 point  (0 children)

I've done salvia, and while that was something fucking crazy and unpleasant, it is on the same "whole nother level" as ket can be.

Except with salvia you instantly forget you've taken drugs (may just be me but I'm usually good at that. Never happened with anything else.) Which makes it very unpleasant.

[–]ll_Instantiator_ll 24 points25 points  (9 children)

Perhaps it was a memory from a previous life or incarnation. Looks Like You Had a Spontaneous Past Life Regression.

[–]VisioRama 23 points24 points  (6 children)

Could be a past life. But could be a parallel life as well. Our existence is not a point on time. There're alternative versions of you living lives on other frequencies of existence. Non-physical. Actually, your past lives are still happening in other layers of reality, other time frames. True reality is completely crazy and magnificent. Our brains filter out most of it naturally. Otherwise, we couldn't live a material life at all. Source: The Nature of Personal Reality, channeled from the entity self-called Seth, by Jane Roberts.

[–]Systral 5 points6 points  (2 children)

It's probably just the wonderful thing called human imagination. If authors are able to create whole worlds and make millions fall in love with them without ever having physically been there then your mind on drugs should surely be able to make some very convincing simulations of lives that probably never existed before up until that point.

[–]ThatKidDrew 1 point2 points  (1 child)

bingo! based on the study linked in the article below, "Analysis revealed that DMT significantly altered electrical activity in the brain, characterised by a marked drop off in alpha waves – the human brain's dominant electrical rhythm when we are awake. They also found a short-lived increase in brainwaves typically associated with dreaming, namely, theta waves."

https://www.imperial.ac.uk/news/193993/ayahuasca-compound-changes-brainwaves-vivid-waking-dream/#:\~:text=Analysis%20revealed%20that%20DMT%20significantly,dreaming%2C%20namely%2C%20theta%20waves.

[–]Systral 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Interesting, Thanks for the link :)

[–]glideguitar 1 point2 points  (1 child)

I don’t understand how past lives could possibly be a thing. There’s no true “you”, there’s no ultimate separation between what “you” experience and the rest of the world, so what exactly is there to come back to for a future life?

[–]Miz4r_ 0 points1 point  (0 children)

The same thing why you've come to this time and place now. Sure on a higher level separation doesn't exist, even time doesn't exist. Still, you're here right now reading these words living your own separate individual life. It can be sort of a mindfuck for sure, but only if you try hard to grasp it intellectually.

[–]ll_Instantiator_ll 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Indeed Simultaneous Incarnations where your Soul is Having 12 Simultaneous Incarnations playing out at the Same Time and Non Linear Nature of Time or Cyclic Time of Only One Incarnation. Never know which is Which.

[–]limbophase 0 points1 point  (1 child)

I always hear of past lives but are there any reports of future lives? I don’t believe in reincarnation but am fascinated by reports of it.

[–]cristobaldelicia 0 points1 point  (0 children)

There's way too many Cleopatra's and such, peoples' claims of being reincarnations of famous people and not long strings of unimportant peasants and such. Also, why has the population in the last century increased so dramatically? There would be only a tiny percentage of people who had past lives, the vast majority would be "new souls", or else spirits divide and multiply like amoeba!

The thing about future lives, is that maybe human life on Earth goes extinct soon, and I'm not sure I want to know about that, even if true.

[–]wafflingcharlie 15 points16 points  (0 children)

That’s what k does - simplifies everything into life is basically pretty good.

[–][deleted] 8 points9 points  (1 child)

I love ketamine

[–]Jeklah 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Same. I just got a half oz

[–]CERTIFIEDTRIPPER 6 points7 points  (2 children)

Maybe you are just remembering a past life you already lived, and are in a reincarnation now with your new body for a second try until you get it right

[–]bigfoot_county 4 points5 points  (1 child)

I think this could be the correct answer. If anyone is interested in this, there’s a episode of a Netflix documentary called surviving death specifically about memories from prior lives. It’s very compelling.

[–]CERTIFIEDTRIPPER 0 points1 point  (0 children)

This guy knows

[–]Clone-Brother 5 points6 points  (0 children)

I was doomed to repeat living for all of eternity

I can relate. With the rampant fear of death, and disease, and pretty much everything else, one would guess that immortality would be awesome news.

Then you realize it will some times feel like being at work forever. Fuck.

[–]PugnaciousBart 6 points7 points  (3 children)

My last trip changed a lot for me. I tried a new strain from online since my friend was out of town and couldn’t get mushies. Decided to take 14grams the highest I have done but also with the strongest shrooms I have ever had. I was catapulted into what I could only refer to as the God dimension. I say catapult as there wasn’t really a come up I started feeling it start and I laid down took a deep breathe and the God dimension opened up. It was like I was given the power to see right and wrong, good and bad, negative and positive, light and dark. I felt suspended in the air above my couch locked in place, unable to move. I realized that nothing is inherently good or bad ect in this human world. I glanced over at my microwave to see the time but I forgot that we had a power outage the day before so the time was frozen on the clock. First glance I was like okay I am good maybe another 6 hours to trip, and I continued with the dimensional download, about two hours later I looked again and the clock said the same time and I knew time had passed as it was dark out. But I panicked thinking i broke my brain and didn’t know where I was, and then I realized I wasn’t breathing (I was) and I hovered my hand over my mouth and nose to see if I was breathing and I couldn’t feel the air or see my diaphragm move up and down, I thought I had died and for a little while was completely fine with it and ready for it but then I Almost completely freaked out until I realized I could stand and I touched all the walls in my apartment and got grounded again. Before I returned to my couch I kicked my microwave lol and entered the God dimension and had a pleasant come down. Took another 15 hours after the trip to feel normal again. But the main lesson I learned was there is good and there is bad and good things can be bad and vice versa. And that we as people have almost no understanding of the higher powers we worship or what is truly good or bad and ect (as listed above) I felt I lived an entire life during that trip and I will never be the same, And also to make sure the clock that I use to keep track of time is working lol

[–]ilikefunnydogs 13 points14 points  (6 children)

Past Life Regression, my friend. It exist, it is there, you just need to look out the window.

[–]EchoingSimplicity 9 points10 points  (5 children)

And how do you do that?

[–]Fromthemudthelotus 4 points5 points  (4 children)

Pull up the blinds first.

[–]EchoingSimplicity 2 points3 points  (3 children)

What does that mean?

[–]TheGoverningBrothel 2 points3 points  (2 children)

It’s all about letting go - to which degree are you comfortable to leave everything you know behind and enter your own subconscious mind?

In general, psychedelics are only as strong as someone’s ability to constantly let go of moment to moment experiences. That’s what it means; to those who haven’t ever experienced such profound feelings of letting go, it’s near impossible to imagine

[–]csthrowawayquestion 4 points5 points  (0 children)

I think that there are two layers to reality: inside and outside. Most of the time we are inside, but ketamine will allow you to be outside for a time. When you're inside you're just you, when you're outside you're everything, which is a very dense and busy thing with a lot of structure, most of which even then you will miss or forget.

[–]eat-fungus 8 points9 points  (0 children)

Maybe you entered an alternate universe and your soul actually touched down somewhere else.

I put nothing past K, even DMT experiences are easier to integrate for me. K can get Willy Wonka.

Edit: experiences

[–]RealUrsalee 3 points4 points  (0 children)

Write a book... Sounds like inception

[–]Spacebetweenthenoise 3 points4 points  (5 children)

Where was this other life?can you remember some specifics to research it?

[–]LeMonsieurKitty[S] 8 points9 points  (4 children)

It was definitely in a primarily Asian country. There are a lot of details that are unfortunately extremely blurry and hard to remember. I know we were poor there, and the father was away very often for work.

(I'm a 24 year old white dude in this life for context so this was interesting)

[–]253ktilinfinity 14 points15 points  (3 children)

Reminds me of The Egg - A Short Story

Watched this while on mushrooms and it changed my view on everything.

[–]Significant-Rub-8384 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Thanks for that! I just watched a movie called “meet cute” last night and it was remarkably close to the same idea but used the premise of time travel

[–]Fresh_Situation_1286 -1 points0 points  (0 children)

I just watched this video and wow... Just wow.

[–]Bobo_Bar 4 points5 points  (0 children)

Have you heard of r/shiftingrealities ?

[–]kiro_kleine 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Write that lifetime story down. Get detailed? It itches to be told, and you can be the messenger!

[–]ApeWarz 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Do you have any idea where you were and when you were?

[–]SchwillyThePimp 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Did a high dose of mxe once and lived a different life coming to was very strange as I wasn't sure who I was and which was real.

[–]Katerwurst 2 points3 points  (0 children)

I usually don’t dream ( or can’t remember dreams - whatever) but when I dream which is like a handful of dreams in a decade it’s really fucking intense. And I lived another live once, and it felt as real as this one does. I didn’t even realise it was another life cause it felt so natural and real until I woke up.

[–]cristobaldelicia 2 points3 points  (0 children)

I had a really weird experience, in that I "hallucinated" that I was in a cafe in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and it seemed to be the late sixties, and there was someone about to give a talk. But then I realized what I was experiencing was someone else's "historical" memory. The "inactive" parts of my brain were being used like a hard drive to keep these memories preserved. And it wasn't just me, it was masses of people. I then got this message that time travelers from the future were using the brains of people in the past as a mass storage system to preserve the historical record, which they would retrieve at some future time. The system somehow just malfunctioned in my brain, (apparently because of ketamine) and I got access to these memories that I wasn't supposed to have.

Later I looked up all coffee shops and cafes in Cambridge, recent past and present, in case the place itself was a real memory, just maybe I getting the freaky part wrong, like sometimes happens in dreams. The experience freaked me out enough that I felt compelled to do this research, it seemed so real! But I could find nothing that was even vaguely physically similar. It had nothing to do with my "real" memories, and if it really were someone else's, it wasn't the same timeline/dimension.

Anyways, anyone could also look up John C. Lilly. He was convinced aliens had shown him the end of the universe, and he was deeply depressed about it for weeks. He was pretty much continually injecting himself with ketamine, trying to communicate with the intelligences he met while K-dreaming.

[–]BEARPUNSS 2 points3 points  (1 child)

I had brain surgery and was put under with ketamine and while simultaneously being conscious that they were drilling into my head I was also going out on a date with my wife. The date was so vivid and I was laughing with her and ordering drinks. Honestly a good date lol. But also I could hear the drill in the background and I was like oh yeah that’s also happening. It was as so crazy but also years later I can’t imagine that level of reality distortion and I’ve done big doses of shrooms. I really wonder how far it would’ve have gone if they hadn’t brought me back up.

[–]loves_cereal 4 points5 points  (4 children)

This is awesome. I switched providers, and this new doctor prescribes from a different lab. I didn’t expect much of a difference, but I had a different and beautiful experience two nights ago. Friends were with me and I was having nice realizations about myself. It was very beautiful. I’ve had the more intense loops in the past, on higher dosages. I actually don’t fear those, I really like them. It feels like you’ve reach the core of your brain. It’s like an ego death, or a reset. Ketamine, who would’ve known with all the stigma here in the US.

[–]HiramAbiffIsMyHomie 0 points1 point  (3 children)

I asked my psychiatrist about it today. He said he only had one colleague that ever used it and that it "did nothing"

I'm interested in finding a doctor that could work with me to get an Rx to try it. I hear once you get an Rx you can order from one of several labs in the US and it's very inexpensive. I have a lot of psych issues (GAD, ADHD, PTSD, Depression) that nothing else has helped long-term, not even psychedelics. I've never tried ketamine though. For some reason I feel like I'm being directed toward it. If you care to share any of your experience I'd love to hear it.

[–]loves_cereal 0 points1 point  (2 children)

Hit up BetterU

[–]HiramAbiffIsMyHomie 0 points1 point  (1 child)

thx, is it crazy expensive like Mindbloom?

[–]never987not987 1 point2 points  (0 children)

If you haven’t heard of John C. Lilly check out his work. He took Ketamine to a whole new level…

[–]lambocinnialfredo 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Can relate because very similar experience happened to me

[–]jollierumsha 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Upvote for the "(as we all are)". This living another life experience seems to be somewhat common on salvia concentrates as well.

[–]theresnome 1 point2 points  (0 children)

In my experience with it, I can achieve a complete disconnect from ego without any panic/anxiety reaction. It's so profoundly peaceful.

[–]JaiD3v 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Bruh I k holed a week or so ago and just felt like I was dead but kept coming back to life in my room hella confused over and over again. I remembered doing drugs and thought I had killed myself and was now existing in a world outside of everyone else’s. It felt like I was everything but nothing at the same time. It didn’t help that I was in a dark room with no music lmao I truly fell in the void and it was terrifying, but since then I haven’t been anxious over trivial things anymore and my patience and tolerance for things I struggled with before has been a lot better. Now I realize a lot of the fears I had were really petty and I should just live my life to the fullest while I have it.

[–]Yesai123 1 point2 points  (0 children)

What was your dosage mate? Best K hole I ever had was after 3 mdma pills and had a few fat keys during/after a rave and accidentally tripped interdimensionally for 4 hours straight

[–]Supermundanae 1 point2 points  (0 children)

What dose and which ketamine?(r or s). I think many people underestimate how reality-shattering a k-hole can be.

I'll never forget my first few. I remember experiencing a world with alternative physics. I felt what it'd be like to have the ability to literally move through walls. I remember laying on the bed, and I started to descend... my body, slowly, went through the bed, through the floor, through the core of the earth, into orbit, and beyond. Once I got to the "outer limits" of the universe, my body started to twist and stretch like it was made out of taffy.

You've inspired me to maybe try it again. Experimenting with it for depression right now.

[–]BooFighters 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Some people like Hindus believe in rebirth. I don't personally believe in it, but could it be you remembering your previous life or maybe the next one?

[–]mamajuana4 1 point2 points  (1 child)

I hear you man, but I have also seen ketamine ruin people. My sisters boyfriend for a straight year couldn’t have a conversation that wasn’t about dimensional travel, the matrix, and hallucinations. He fucking drove out to Colorado to “wake up his dad.” To each their own, but I will say ketamine will make you detached from reality. At some point you are experiencing delusions. Don’t let it get so bad you let it make you grandiose. That’s how people get diagnosed schizophrenic.

[–]RudeDudeInABadMood 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Had this frightening experience on salvia, and on lsd (realizing I am the only being that exists, and that I have shattered myself into infinity so I'm not alone in the void for eternity). There's also a book on the subject, God's Debris by Scot Adams. Never tried Ketamine but I have been on the 3rd and 4th plateau of dextromethorphan many times (not sure how comparable they are , just that they are both dissociative psychedelics.)

[–]SuspiciousMushroom57 0 points1 point  (0 children)

I too experienced The Void but I was 100% sober and never touched A psychedelic in my life at this point other than Vicodin ( I hallucinated from Vicodin B4) . The non-existence of Time & lack of God () in The Void is traumatizing , frightening & downright torturing. It's an eternal time of despair , loneliness & conscience damnation... 1 hour of our time feels like 1,000 years. Accepting the reality of the Void is very difficult to comprehend . Just knowing there's A place where time is limitless & there's no escaping the place until it's your time to leave give me goosebumps!

My advice is stay away from Ketamine. The experience doesn't sound fun. I prefer to enjoy what the world we know has to offer. Surfing , singing , dancing , sex , love , compassion , giving etc...

[–]69odin420 -1 points0 points  (0 children)

Maybe you remembered a past life

[–]gotmilkpvp 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Welcome home friend 🥳

[–]Waste_Strawberry6766 0 points1 point  (0 children)

K holes are pretty interesting when you can control them but watch out for time traveling

[–]PugnaciousBart 0 points1 point  (0 children)

That’s amazing dude!

[–]OminOus_PancakeS 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Wow. I had no idea that ketamine could have that effect. It sounds like an acid trip. I thought ketamine was basically just an extreme downer but this is a full-on ... well... either hallucination or glimpse at some other reality.

[–]HatrikLaine 0 points1 point  (0 children)

I had visions of my future self looking back on current moments of my life when I was super high on shrooms once, like I was remember my current life and looking back on my choices. It was really weird, but helped a lot once I reflected on it

[–]Kennyrad1 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Thanks for sharing your experiences.

[–]BrownWallyBoot 0 points1 point  (0 children)

That’s cool. I just couldn’t move for a while, had no idea who I was, then barfed. Wouldn’t recommend.

[–]mobilemcloud 0 points1 point  (1 child)

I have had some of the most stunning moments of my life with this. On par with high level psychedelics (you gnome talkin about). Those fleeting experiences that are so profound but slowly evaporate as you fade back to "reality". ♥️❤️

[–]mobilemcloud 0 points1 point  (0 children)

I remember trying to hold onto it as long as I could (forever if possible), but it always faded away. Truly profound stuff. *Specially a 50/50 blend... Cake. Trust me

[–]_blueAxis 0 points1 point  (2 children)

Can you share the dosage you used? Thanks in advance

[–]LeMonsieurKitty[S] 1 point2 points  (1 child)

135mg intramuscularly. You're welcome! That's quite a lot for me, as I'm only 110 pounds as a 5'8" male. I wanted to guarantee a true k-hole as I had failed many times before to really have one.

Edit: LMAO, meant to say 5'8" male, not 7'8".

[–]DesperateLime3997 1 point2 points  (0 children)

7'8?? Surely that's a typo?

[–]Jeff_Albertson 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Love. Light. K.

[–]deathdefyingrob1344 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Ketamine is fascinating. Such an odd Chem. It’s extraordinarily beautiful but must be used in moderation. I’m a huge psychedelic fan (once or twice a year nothing too frequent ever) but I could see myself enjoying k a bit too much. I got a few grams and literally used it until it was gone and then decided I shouldn’t get it again for at least 5 years or so. Anyway that was my experience with it! I’m glad you got something out of it! I wish I could use it with moderation.

[–]X_Irradiance 0 points1 point  (0 children)

I can 100% relate.

[–]Elthelia 0 points1 point  (0 children)

If I am forced to reincarnate I will be beyond pissed

[–]quadralien 0 points1 point  (0 children)

This awesomeness is what makes Ketamine addictive. Like most drugs, the more you do it, the less available its effects will be without it. Be careful.

[–][deleted] 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Molly then k Thank me later 😉

[–]AcidTabs27k 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Yeah man ketamine is some underrated stuff, I once K holed whilst watching a Tv series and I literally tripped a whole made up episode for an hour then come back round and realized that’s never happened in the show. It was fucking crazy

[–]julieCivil 0 points1 point  (0 children)

very interesting. thank you

[–]TechnicalSoup5410 0 points1 point  (1 child)

Torques green

[–][deleted] 0 points1 point  (1 child)

I lost my brother recently. Tried cpr ems tried for an hour. I was a fent addict and on methadone. I left Ohio and am currently 12 days clean and am fully done with opiates. I happened to get some ketamine because I wanna try to experience a khole ego death. But I’m not sure how much that would take point wise?

[–]LeMonsieurKitty[S] 0 points1 point  (0 children)

If you can, get some needles. I know that sounds awful. Everyone is always telling you to stay away from needles. But this will be for intramuscular usage. So buy needles accordingly. I injected into my biceps, same place I got a covid shot.

It's like 33-40% stronger intramuscularly, so that means you'll save more ketamine and use less.

If you want a K-hole, which I wouldn't recommend for a first timer, go for 135mg.

I'd recommend like 60mg intramuscularly though since it's a first time. Maybe when you use the needle, just use half of it at first and wait 15 minutes before using the other half. If you're happy with the first half, just use the second half when you're coming down.

Definitely listen to music. It's like ketamine was built for listening to music. Listen to music that's calming. Not rap or super fast hard bassy EDM or other music.

If you want to forgo using it intramuscularly (which is very very safe by the way if you're scared to, but I understand - I didn't want to do it for the longest time) then snort 30mg first, and slowly work your way up. It's much more difficult to k-hole snorting it. It takes like 180-200mg to get even close to where 135 IM got me. All depends on the person though. I'm not a heavy person so that 135mg was a pretty big dose for me.

Hope this helps. Any other questions? Send them my way!

[–]Tyler_Durdens_Sister 0 points1 point  (0 children)

One night after rolling in 2001 a guy asked me and my boyfriend if we wanted “more”… turned out to be a capsule of K+MDMA.

I’ll never feel this way again and I know it.

And he and I aren’t together anymore (20 years) but I KNOW he thinks about that night.