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No.2069

>>124
/drg/ here.

DPH is an extremely useful tool for inducing hypnagogic sleep and lucid dreams. Even in non-recreational doses it works well to induce these. If you try especially hard to stay awake, these dreams can happen in periods of about 30 seconds, which move in a cycle

Wandering Mind -> Visual Imagery -> Deprivation of Senses -> Loss of Self -> Waking up in realization

Believe me or not, it's a useful tool.

  No.2073

Can you go in detail what kind of realizations you have come up with from it?

  No.2074

DPH produces vivid dreams in general (with that I mean, even while the subject is asleep). However in my own experience the dreams as such are pretty crazy, distorted and uncanny.

I once got haunted by a shark through my house. Another time I was stuck in a hotels elevator, that repeatedly fell. Yet another time I was hunted by a dark bison that transformed into a skinny creature of pure horror, stretching its long claws after me. Dark stuff that makes you shiver even after awakening.

Regarding drug related dream potentiation DPH did the best job. Decent amounts of alcohol to prevent early REM sleep, prolonging REM periods in the early morning, the time you already have long REM sleep and will be able to record your dreams right after awakening, did also well.

Good supplements are Magnesium and Vitamin B6 and B12, but that's old news.

  No.2075

>>2073
You can run through hypothetical situations with realistic emotional simulations running in your own head.

It's worthless trying to describe it to you, it would be like trying to tell blind people about colors.

  No.2084

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>>2075

Try me

  No.2085

pls don't abuse dph unless you know what you're doing

i mixed some with alcohol, thought the dph was expired so took way more than i should've, wandered outside in the winter and nearly died

  No.2086

>>2084
It's like being lost inside your skull, but you don't know who you are, what anything is, if you exist, or if you even are walking. It's a lot like sprinting through a particularly aggressive dream in the span of about 5 hours. Also the narcolepsy it induces is fuarrrking mad, you can fall asleep at the wheel no problem.

I can't explain it adequately, as with all /drg/ do your research and decide yourself.

Most people who post about /drg/s are not intellegent enough to do them for science.


>>2085
I have a lot of experience and tried datura at one point. /del/ as fuarrrk.

  No.2088

>>2086

So its a dissociative substance, im not amused.

So what is that
> Waking up in realization

thing again?

  No.2089

>>2088
no it's a deliriant not a dissociative

  No.2090

>>2089

I'm using different meaning for dissociative, not classifications by others who gave it that name. I know that type of mental state one described as:
> It's like being lost inside your skull, but you don't know who you are, what anything is, if you exist, or if you even are walking. It's a lot like sprinting through a particularly aggressive dream in the span of about 5 hours. Also the narcolepsy it induces is fuarrrking mad, you can fall asleep at the wheel no problem.

What you will expierence in this will not be ""[..]-> Loss of Self -> Waking up in realization ""Believe me or not, it's a useful tool.""""

But whatever kind of nonsense you can project from outside in, because there is 0 concentration.

  No.2091

>>2090
eh, i'm just saying /del/ is the delieriant board from 420chan populated completely by recreational dph users