Looking for a quote re: LSD Options
#1 Posted : 11/24/2020 12:49:13 PM
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This quote is to do with an LSD experience had at the age of 19 while sitting under a tree in their back yard in which they forgave their parents. I think it was from Terence McKenna but it might have been Paul Stamets... Is this quote familiar to anyone here?

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Terence Mckenna wrote:
I remember being nineteen years old, twelve hours into an LSD trip. I was sitting under a tree and I just started to weep, and I saw what my upbringing had done to me. I saw the resentment of my parents and my callowness and my immaturity and my… And I sat there for about an hour and cried this stuff out. And I got up a better person. And to this day, I’ve never had to go back and revisit those things and then I could call up my parents and tell them I love them and I could accept their Catholicism and their conservatism and the differences. It was just like ten years of psychotherapy in an hour. And it was real. So that’s worth everything.

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