“Whew. The acid is starting to shift gears on me.” I thought to myself as the floor started swirling together in paisley designs. The couple of tabs I ingested took about an hour and a half to kick in. I locked myself in my room and watched “Arrival.” About four hours later, I determine that it’s time to bask in the outdoors’ strange reality. Headphones in. Chucks on. Vision distorted.
It’s a beautiful, crisp night. The visuals are still weighing on me, with the trees swaying and the tracers left from car lights zooming by. Emotions are rampant. I tilt my head to the ground as I walk through an existential purgatory.
I felt another peak coming. Tracers started melting into each other, boosting the difficulty of perception. Thoughts race faster as I focus on heavy topics such as insomnia, relationships, personal successes and failures, etc. It’s time to head back to home base. I get in and lock myself in my room once again. The night is young. I pour a drink and hit some keys before getting ready to start it.
In conclusion: Consuming LSD is like hitting a mental reset button. The distortion allows you to evaluate your reality in scary and rewarding ways. Make sure you’re in a good mind set, though. A bad acid trip is like swimming into the ocean, only to turn around and not be able to see the beach.
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Guest Review by Anthony Tellez.
Disclaimer: Opinions expressed are solely Anthony Tellez’s and do not express the views or opinions of the MHM Podcast Network and Fuzzy Bunny Slippers Entertainment LLC.