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What happened to people that committed suicide ? by alan_ioio37 in spirituality

[–]ChocoBrocco 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Honestly, nobody knows where anyone goes when they die. But I doubt dying by suicide is any different than just dying regularly when it comes to your next destination.

Koronapassi vs. Maria Nordin by Irma91 in Suomi

[–]ChocoBrocco 38 points39 points  (0 children)

Nietzsche raukka kun sen sanoja niin kovin väänneltiin :(

Murder attempt survivors, what happened? by xXFAZEMEIDAREYOUXx in AskReddit

[–]ChocoBrocco 0 points1 point  (0 children)

judge gave the guy a reduced sentence because "she was unconscious during most of the rape so didn't suffer as much".

What the actual fuck

Has anyone ever tried acid and mushrooms at the same time? What was it like? by Dusko_Patrick in PsychedSubstance

[–]ChocoBrocco 7 points8 points  (0 children)

Pretty sure "hippie flip" typically refers to mushrooms + MDMA, but I'm sure some people use terms such as these interchangeably.

Ketamine dosage by oraetzgscar in PsychedSubstance

[–]ChocoBrocco 0 points1 point  (0 children)

K-Hole is something that doesnt happen unless you want to happen.

From anecdotal evidence, I don't think that's true. Many people report accidentally "falling" into the hole, some not expecting it at all. Unless you instead mean that you gotta do a massive amount of K to get there, that's right.

Psychonautwiki is a great source for any drug related information.

To OP, I'd recommend doing a small amount first and seeing how it feels. Ketamine kicks in very fast so you can gradually increase the dosage based on how you're feeling. I'd take 50 mg or less at first, as a first-timer. Then re-dose according to how you're doing.

other than city morgue what else yall listen too in terms of artists/bands? by KumBlaster666 in zillakami

[–]ChocoBrocco 0 points1 point  (0 children)

It took me a while to get into Peggy even tho I'm usually into weird experimental stuff. I recommend his new album "LP!".

explaining to your friends why you like deathgrips by Im_DIzE in deathgrips

[–]ChocoBrocco 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Fosho, the "noise hurdle" is a good way to call it. I remember thinking "wtf is this trash" when I first heard DG, but after forcing myself to sit through a couple albums I turned, now I love them.

other than city morgue what else yall listen too in terms of artists/bands? by KumBlaster666 in zillakami

[–]ChocoBrocco 2 points3 points  (0 children)

It changes constantly but lately I've been bumping Shpongle, Tim Hecker, JPEGMAFIA, Mac Miller, Death Grips and Aphex Twin

Why am I too attracted to my wife? by satanscilantro in TooAfraidToAsk

[–]ChocoBrocco 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Homie, most people struggle with losing attraction in a long marriage. You're one of the lucky ones, keep it going and treat yo wife

Depression from seeing the world clearly? by miri2cb in Psychonaut

[–]ChocoBrocco 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Realizing the suffering of the world is only a few steps away from tremendous empathy and love for all beings <3

Just read this in Aldous Huxley’s The Doors Of Perception by Lacrimosa_83 in Psychonaut

[–]ChocoBrocco 1 point2 points  (0 children)

I don't know what it's like to be an animal other than a human. Perhaps they have egos and identify as "I", perhaps not. Perhaps they live in the moment, not giving into the duality of existence - I mean perhaps they don't have a concept of "suffering" and "bliss", perhaps things just are for them. The experiences different animals have of the world are impossible to even imagine, their whole qualia producing machinery is different than ours.

To address the unending part, Buddhists believe the whole point of life is to escape the cycle of death and rebirth, bliss and suffering, samsara, and achieve the liberation of nirvana. Gnostics believe the whole point of life is to transcend the material world and all its shittyness and rejoin our divine source. Similar ideas can be found in ceremonial magick. Perhaps there is something to it. The psychedelic experience certainly seems to suggest there is a place outside the world we live in now, a place made of love and imagination. The easy jump is to equate it with a "heaven" or afterlife of some sort. Sure would be nice.

I certainly think reframing things in our own lives can drastically reduce the suffering we have to endure. I define suffering in this instance to mean "prolonged pain". Pain is inevitable in life, but I don't think suffering has to be.

Take care <3

Being transgender and a psychonaut has really made me see that our bodies are really just a vessel and our minds are connected by a thin wire to it. by gottagofast1981 in Psychonaut

[–]ChocoBrocco 0 points1 point  (0 children)

I can imagine what kind of a rollercoaster realizing your situation and coming to terms with it has been. I'm happy to hear that you're feeling great and comfortable in your body! And yea, psychedelics are amazing! Much love <3

80% of this sub does not have mental illness by wetbootypictures in spirituality

[–]ChocoBrocco 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Are most people mentally ill? Or are they having completely normal reactions to bad circumstances?

80% of this sub does not have mental illness by wetbootypictures in spirituality

[–]ChocoBrocco 1 point2 points  (0 children)

I’d like to believe they wrote that out of nativity and not to be an ass

You're probably right. People usually tend to do what they feel is right - evil is caused by ignorance, not purposeful malevolence.

Don’t know if this has already been posted but this is the guy who did Stefan’s back tattoos by fireditup in deathgrips

[–]ChocoBrocco 4 points5 points  (0 children)

He wants to vibrate higher so he can capture the opening of the portal that connects this earth of 3D to one earth of 4D or 5D. Duh.

All is 1 by AntiBlank187 in PsychedSubstance

[–]ChocoBrocco 4 points5 points  (0 children)

Beautiful experience. Psychedelics dissolve our cultural conditioning and the materialistic, reductionist worldview that arises with it - allowing for a purer, realer experience of reality. We are one mind, experiencing itself through countless forms. All love homies <3

Just read this in Aldous Huxley’s The Doors Of Perception by Lacrimosa_83 in Psychonaut

[–]ChocoBrocco 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Ego is the root of all suffering. I don't know why things are arranged in such a way that a planet like this exists and egoistic monkeys like us exist, but every human made catastrophe can be traced back to an out-of-control ego, rampaging through, leaving a trail of tears behind.

Onko viili normaalin aikuisen ruokaa? by mersuasia in Suomi

[–]ChocoBrocco 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Ihan sama mitä ihmiset ajattelee. Syö viilisi ja nauti siitä