- Nov 30, 2021
Lol I wish we could vote to kick you off the island.Woah woah now, I've never said ALL, I've talked to some users privately that I think are probably legitimate, no need to prop up a strawman to argue against lol.
I'm sorry, my posts may have been confusing because I wasn't specific enough. I never asked you to convince me, I'm just gauging how little it took for you to convince yourself.
If "feeling" something and seeing a branch on a tree age and die (like what happens to many trees) is enough, then who am I to tell you otherwise.
More like, it's easier for you to experience something "magical" because you don't actually have ANY structured criteria for whether something "magical" occurred or not.
You don't have a "filtering process" so no matter what happens you can just convince yourself "magic happened".
If someone thinks that breathing is a form of exercise, then they can also convince themselves that they "exercise regularly".
You'll always hit your mark if your target is as large as you need it to be.
No criteria = no possibility of failure.
Psychosis - "Psychosis is a condition that affects the way your brain processes information. It causes you to lose touch with reality"
If you aren't doing any tests to see if you are just experiencing psychosis, then that is a self admission that you don't care if you are really using magic, you just care about the experience and how that makes you feel.
In that sense, someone who uses DMT or any other hallucinogenic drug is a magician, and whatever experiences they had are just as legitimate as anything you've alleged to have done while not under the influence of a drug.
I'll end this here.