It's time for me To begin work on a new advice for first timers thread. I'd really like to get a feel for what kinds of things you'd like in here this time.
Please post anything that would be relative to a first time dropper.
LINKS relevant to Harm reduction/dose/tolerance/general guides for first timers to general psychedelic experiences/ect ect ect!
toss it all in here, vote on it, and I'll get to work on the new thread here soon.
I think this will be cool and allow you guys to sort of curate the info in there yourselves.
If you feel like this is a bad idea or have any other advice for this future thread or the sub in general please shoot me a message or post it here as well.
WARNING Rough Draft Below!
We cannot tell you what's on your tabs, buy a test kit for the love of LSD.
Substance Testing Kits
drugs, nootropics, and suplements
Things to do
Set & Setting
Advice for first timers
Hi guys, so I ate half a tab at 11 am today. I Went for a hike and was pretty disappointed because 2 hours has passed and I felt nothing. Hiked all the way back, took the bus, and ate the other half of the tab I had left.
BEST. DECISION. EVER.
I peaked 6 hours after the first half and I've just been scrolling this sub for hours. I feel so welcome and belonging. I don't know any of you guys but reading you, seeing your art, has made my trip a very warm and comfortable one.
Thank you for being YOU.
I was always one of those people who never really got hardstlye. I always thought it was obnoxious music and couldn't understand why there were so many die hard fans who love the genre around the world. At this years EDC, I executed my first candyflip and I finally understand it.
For some reason when you're tripping, the fast pace of hardstyle music syncs perfectly with your racing mind - to the point where instead of finding it obnoxious, you crave it more and more. The loud thumps and epic melodies lift your soul and its almost comforting in a way.
At EDC, the hardstyle stage is called wasteland, and its designed to look like some sort of post-apocalyptic dump (https://edmidentity.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/edclv2014wasteland.jpg). This has been the theme for hardstlye for some time now, and its also something I never understood. At EDC my friend and I were in such awe, and we couldn't help but wonder how we were able to find peace and joy in such a hectic and ugly environment.
I learned from that trip, including to not judge things right away, and allowing myself to look at things from a new perspective. I also have a newfound love for hardstlye.
EDIT: Part of one of the sets we saw: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kw89CqlD4Qg
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