Can you think about situations where you have acted as though you were slightly influenced by DMT but had none at all in your system?
Yes indeed! It’s like I said to PBB, I suspect exogenously administered DMT alters the pristine normalcy of the pineal gland; evident to me as a very subtle but nonetheless significant increase in my stream of consciousness, which has increased my imaginative capacity and promoted a greater tendency for playfulness.
A greater propensity for pareidolia being one example, and an enjoyment for purposefully uttering (or should that be stuttering ) malapropisms, in the right company (usually my family rather than my workplace), is another. A mundane visit to a particularly busy supermarket with my wife earlier today resulted in my mind imaginatively dressing me up in the most ludicrous costume and prancing around the aisles in a manner sure to provoke shock among the good shoppers. The jester aspect of DMT experiences seems to be an early feature. I must suspect there’s a reason for that as the experiences do change over time.
It’s somewhat off topic, but as I mentioned malapropisms, did you ever listen into Count Arthur Strong’s Radio Show! ?
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