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Take advantage of your trip with these helpful tips. Created with Pilgrim Soul.
Are you planning on doing psychedelics this Weekend? Whether you’re dissolving some acid on your tongue or munching on psilocybin mushrooms, there are plenty of advantages from psychedelics that will not only make you feel at peace but one with your surroundings.
You can do a few things while tripping on psychedelics to make the most of your high and keep yourself entertained. That said, keeping yourself entertained isn’t tricky during a trip, since even music sounds better on THC. But you might feel a sense of “okay, what next,” and that’s where we come in.
We want to help you navigate your high, keep track of it, and take advantage of your brain’s sparked imagination for your next trip. Here’s a list of the best things you can do when tripping on psychedelics.
If you want to learn more about how THC activates different parts of your brain and how it may react with other psychedelics, click here.
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Whether you’re micro-dosing or getting the full psychedelic experience, one of the best ways to keep track of your thoughts and stimulate more is with Pilgrim Soul’s creative thinking journal.
The name implies exactly what it is, and it even comes with various mental challenges to see just how creative you can get when tripping on psychedelics.
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You’ll never feel more connected with the earth and nature than you will on psychedelics. For this reason, meditation is key.
Whether you’re feeling some anxiety rush in, or you want to get in touch with your inner self, mediation is the best way to ground yourself, literally feel the earth below, and close your eyes to further enhance all senses.
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Arguably some of the best thinking is done when tripping on psychedelics. If it weren’t for LSD, we wouldn’t have “Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds” by The Beatles.
The song itself sets quite the dreamy and blissful scene, which is precisely what you’ll feel during your trip. You might be surprised by the bursts of creativity and motivation, so if there’s a topic that sparks your interest, discussing it with friends could take you to new conclusions.
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It’s okay if The Beatles aren’t for you, although their music did pave the way for the 1960s psychedelic revolution.
It’s not just trippy, nostalgic music that will open your mind, but you’d be surprised by the detail you hear when listening to your favorite songs during a trip.
You’ll be able to hear much more than you initially thought was there, and don’t even get us started on watching trippy music videos too.