I do not use LSD. I only use marijuna
but these portraits make sense to me
the colours and fluidity is emotional and conceptual alterations
as you feel connected to everything in the universe and at peace with the spirit molecule release
When I watched this documentary .. I think it was 2 maybe 3 years ago.. I am unsure
I related to it from the traumatized and smashed personality.
I was so disconnected I thought from everything, but really, everything is too much with me.
Ummm. I wanted to put a link to an article I saw yesterday about Asperberger;s Syndrome may be an overwhelmed of empathy, not a lack of it. But it looks like I didn’t save it in the Agoraphobic Life Coaching facebook group
Anyway. I remember doing an online Asperber’s test.
Regular people score 6 to 10 and to qualify for the syndrome you have to score 34 at a minium.
I scored 27. I tried to do the test again this summer, but I wasn’t able to answer a single question because I couldn’t understand them anymore.
When I first took the test, it was in reference to the time of the test.
Now when I read the questions, I get confused about WHEN to answer them for.
So that emotional response now confirms my speculations about trauma, emotional management, emotional governance really….
I don;t know if working in so many environments with specific language used was a help to allow my mind to flow between mindsets and comprehension levels
or part of what confused me as to what words meant and how they were being used
for a while, I had a vocabulary of about 34 words
Thanks George Orwell
relearning language from your doubleplusspeak concept was brilliant
base words, modifiers with limited nuance
forced emotions back into concepts expressed by ever more words
Oh, anyway, when I watched the doc, it occured to me, they all had the same experience
they just interpreted through their preferred and life experience limitation
without considering other options
which is that
we are all the same
in the brain
how we understand it
is cultural priming, education and out of our life experience
but more than that
from our own orientation
of either confirmation bias of what we want to be true
or being open to what the experience is and allowing it to unfold