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PSYCHEDELICS AND FRINGE

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PSYCHEDELICS AND FRINGE

The term psychedelic is derived from the Greek words psihi (ψυχή - psyche, "soul") and dilosi (δήλωση - "manifest"), translating to "soul-manifesting".

Get all the necessary data from those who have breached Innerspace and the Outerlimits as they gather to share and compare all they have gained. This Group is designed to document the lifestyle synopsis of DMT and Ayahuasca along with the creations that can be considered Fringe. 

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Latest Activity: Jan 9

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Help with addiction 3 Replies

Greetings Group,Does anyone know an efficient way of helping a long term pain medications abuser to  recover from the addiction? My girl got hooked on pain killers after her 2nd back surgery and is…Continue

Started by Bobby Toure. Last reply by Terry Dika Apr 9, 2015.

Salvia 23 Replies

Has anyone experimented with salvia at all?  I hear that the effects of it are similar to those of ayahuasca and other mind altering plants.  I'm curious because it is something that is still…Continue

Started by NfiniTINAked. Last reply by Andrew Mar 6, 2015.

Auyuasca 4 Replies

I'm interestied in purchasing this herb are vendors like Amazon the right way to go or are there private vendors or farmers that are better.Wholeness and ThanksContinue

Started by Roberta Smith. Last reply by Roberta Smith Feb 14, 2015.

great breathing excersise to clear brainwaves and release GAMMA brainwave or endogenous DMT 20 Replies

so you can function at your peak potential, follow these 13 breath cycles and then relax and do whatevber breath feels natural. Mudras are with both hands and try not to touch any other fingers while…Continue

Started by Joshua. Last reply by Roberta Smith Feb 12, 2015.

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Comment by Terra Preta on February 3, 2015 at 7:12am
look into a herb called kratom
Comment by Adam McKnight on February 3, 2015 at 5:28am
Ibogaine.
Comment by sword of truth on February 3, 2015 at 3:45am

Dear bobby toure

I have found aromatherapy oil very good for pain,both psychological and pysical.lavender is great for calming the nervous system,theres others that are useful,but i really like lavender,for both the mind to calm,and ease pain of the body.x

Comment by Ahein on February 3, 2015 at 3:11am

Semde and Agar 35 are good for that and you can also add Bimala which helps in quieting the mind and give a sensation of being in the bliss moment.. Best thing to do in these cases is always start with an internal cleansing first though, since it helps in raising frequency and providing relief.

Comment by Bobby Toure on February 3, 2015 at 1:37am

Greetings Group,

Does anyone know an efficient way of helping a long term pain medications abuser to  recover from the addiction? A very close friend of mine is battling those forces right now. She decided to quit cold turkey and wth my assistance and othat of other close friends, She's been 6 weeks clean but is struggling to maintain her sanity while going through it. I'm getting a compound of Semde and Agar 35 to get her to try it out. Any other suggeston would be greatly appreciated

Wholeness to the family

Comment by Shamanta on October 16, 2014 at 4:47pm

Please Sevan, bring back he edit button. I meant that I fell asleep the 2nd time... while I did Ayahuasca 3 times.

Comment by Shamanta on October 16, 2014 at 4:39pm

I did Ayahuasca twice already and both time I went through the same visions, when kicking in I crossed The Sacred Geometry Portal then the Medicine  immersed me into an ocean of non duality and perpetual rest while repeatedly saying "you just need to love more"... I realized I was in the Mind Of God. The 2nd time, I felt asleep during my journey and while "there", I could feet that the Medicine was aligning all my chakras for several hours and when I woke up, I felt so great as if I had slept 24H in a row. Looking forward to going back to this place.

Comment by Zbojnick on September 7, 2014 at 1:20pm

@ noitavlas erowid

Comment by noitavlas777 on September 5, 2014 at 8:43pm

Anyone have any advise on how much banisteeris capi and mimosa hostilus/acacia to prepare an ayahousca brew for the first time , i know i dont want to get too much of this stuff i  scared the hell out of me from smoking too much dmt feebase  at one time . 

Comment by Patrick Wanek on August 10, 2014 at 6:26am

Lona is the Hawaiian goddess of love.

 
 
 

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