THIS IS THE SHIT WE GREW UP WATCHING WERE THE WARNER BROTHERS ON ACID OR WHAT
so the most exciting thing was finally trying magic mushrooms in Amsterdam, I’ve never felt anything like it, it’s almost completely indescribable.
I completely lost myself, there was so much going on, I could see the grass growing and the earth breathing, the leaves were swirled paintings, everything was shimmering and pulsating. I felt so light, I was swaying like a feather in the wind, lighter than air, like the lightest drunkenness. I became a child again, it is impossible to describe, so vulnerable and small, just a little girl sitting by a big lake in a marvellous world. I kept entertaining these different concepts in my mind, there was a soup of words weighing in my head: ‘strangers, different, home, friends’. I felt incapable of doing anything, it was all so difficult, but brilliant beyond belief.
It was very intense, and long lasting. I would certainly do it again, but change my environment. It would have been comforting to be around loved ones and friends, and in control of the music.
I really like the photo of myself, I was so lost in the world, pure wonder, and my friend captured it perfectly.
"Homophobia: The fear that another man will treat you like you treat women." ~ (unattributed)
Bless the human who made this post
So it makes you uncomfortable to be sexualized?
Wow, I wonder what that’s like.
Namaste means “my soul recognizes yours” not “I tripped really hard at a festival once and now I’m filled with the wisdom of the Earth”
Jim Morrison photographed by Gloria Stavers, 1967.
boys who moan during sex make it 500% better
read that, again. (via h-o-r-n-g-r-y)
Barry H. Gillespie (via onlinecounsellingcollege)