2022.01.25 01:38 LiteFox1 Positive MD experience
I recently finished MD psilocybin, and I wanted to share my experience.
I have struggled with negative self-talk and confidence issues for most of my life. I started to FINALLY become aware of the script running through my mind but was still being overtaken by it some times. I was also struggling with a lack of energy and motivation and just general malaise that I couldn’t seem to shake.
I decided to micro dose 1 day on, 2 days off for about 4 weeks.
The most memorable parts of the experience were as follows: I noticed that my negative self-talk was non existent. NONE. I was more aware and perceptive of experiences within and outside of myself. I was questioning things appropriately - not second-guessing or spiraling, but asking critical questions. I was much more calm and way less likely to be triggered by what I would have normally seen as negative experiences. I was hyper focused, creative, and my decision making seemed to improve. I was motivated to exercise. My interpersonal communication seemed better, and my relationship seemed improved by my presence and ease of communicating.
I’m sure there were less memorable but important aspects that I’m forgetting.
Overall, I’m very happy with my experience. After being done for 2ish weeks, I feel like some of the effects have started to wear off. I’m going through a stressful event right now, and I can feel myself being touched by the negativity in a way that I perhaps would not have before. I also think my improved communication has diminished, sadly.
The only potential negative effect was that I seemed to have more headaches during that month (on the off days). I have had headaches after psychedelic doses or mushrooms before, which I’ve only done twice, so I wasn’t surprised.
If I can find more capsules, I would definitely like to try Stamets’ recommended schedule with Lion’s mane. The first were a gift, and I’m not sure of a reputable option at the moment.
All in all, this was a positive, helpful experience that I hope to have again and as often as I can. 😌
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2022.01.25 01:38 cryptobali22 Euler Tools.
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2022.01.25 01:38 deucedeuce24 Made it to the top 100 in Hyper Roll!
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2022.01.25 01:38 mmburntcheez Towing with a u-haul trailer
I found a post about a week or two ago that someone asked if it was safe to haul a cargo trailer with a prius. I know Toyota says its not safe to do that but others on here have said you can but not exceed over a certain weight limit, not sure if that means the trailer is loaded or empty. Can anyone confirm the post i'm talking about or at the very least know that you can indeed tow up to 1,000-2,000 lbs with a trailer?
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2022.01.25 01:38 Total-Guava Anger re people asking about my food/meals. Anyone relate?
I have a history of BED & bulimia in the past. I am wondering if anyone else gets this-
When I make food a person will ask me what I made or what I’m eating it’s makes me so...angry? Almost like I’m sharing something really private and sacred. I don’t really like eating around people but I don’t let on about that.
If anyone has the same experience and can share what helped get over I’d be really, really grateful 🙌🏼
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2022.01.25 01:38 msmoonpie Feeling ashamed of how much insulin I'm using
I've been burnt out for about a year now, trying hard to get back to normal but to no avail.
I switched from a medtronic to a tandem pump and my numbers have been better (though I still hit 200 at least once a day) time in range is usually between 70-85% (80-170 is my range)
But I may have doubled the insulin I'm using. For the first time I'm running down to one vial before time to order more (I used to be able keep two unopened vials)
I went from about 50 units to 100 units a day, and routinely having about 10-16 active units for meals when I rarely went above 8 before.
I know my insulin resistance is high since my diet has been shit lately, and I'm overweight which also doesn't help. But I've been so burnt out on life and depression I'm eating so crappy
I'm gonna talk to my endo about getting more insulin per fill, but still, feels bad I've had to increase this much
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2022.01.25 01:38 mellidrone Don't look now, but Tyrese Haliburton is 5th in the NBA in 3 pt percentage
After shooting 30.8% from 3 in the first 8 games of the season, Tyrese is up to 43.7% from 3 on the season. Harrison Barnes is 14th in the same category.
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2022.01.25 01:38 MakaylaPringles Megamind PS2 meme
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Is this good for the price?
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2022.01.25 01:38 RaptorGirl28 How to help in early stages
My father-in-law was recently diagnosed with Parkinson's. He is still in the early stages and has recently lost his sense of smell and has tremors.
With COVID, he is understandably nervous to hang out with my husband and I in person, but I worry that since he lives alone he may be lonely, and I have read that patients diagnosed with Parkinson's can easily become depressed.
I want to help as much as I can but have no idea where to start.
What were the early stages like for you and your loved ones?
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2022.01.25 01:38 52colebach Lost a Pokémon to a bad trade and I need a new team member for synthia. (BDSP)
I lost one of my best Pokémon to a miss click and now can’t beat Cynthia. I’ve lost motivation to play but now that I found this sub I can play again. I was wondering if anyone had a powerful Pokémon for cynthias team. My current team is tortera, lv 60, lvl 60 luxray lvl 52 gastrodon, lvl 54 altaria and a lvl 56 garchomp. I’m able to trade at around 3:30 pst if you can contact me.
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2022.01.25 01:38 Faction_Chief /r/news - https://www.theguardian.com/sport/2022/jan/25/australian-open-reverses-it-ban-on-where-is-peng-shuai-t-shirts
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2022.01.25 01:38 KweenDruid As a self-sufficient ASD adult...
2022.01.25 01:38 aubergine_em Right, well, time to make a decision on if I prefer audio or print.
After years of listening, I have dozens of books on audio and I must say that, regardless of what the science literature claims about it, reading and listening are different and I absolutely do process the information differently. So differently that I know I have a different experience when reading as opposed to listening. This may seem like a dumb thing to say to many people but I know it because I own many of my favorite in-print books in audio and, while I still enjoy them just as much, something's just... Off... About the experience of listening.
For me I think the biggest contributor to this feeling of offness is that listening can much more easily be interrupted, as my brain can only process language on one channel. And you'd say well that's exactly the same as reading you can't listen to a tv show and read a book at the same time, can you? True, but with listening to an audiobook, since I can just listen to it, it's a mobile activity. I can go to the kitchen, I can drive a car, I can go for a walk, etc... Which means that when I'm listening, I'm more likely to be in an environment that might have someone else talking to me, and I have to pause the audiobook. Whereas with books, the only place I'm going to be reading is in bed, where it's just me and me no matter what.
Like, okay, that's all nice and straightforward, but why does this frustrate me? Because since discovering audiobooks I have gradually come to hate reading. I don't have the patience for it anymore, and there's another big difference. If it is something that requires patience, and audiobooks don't, then that means it's different enough to require patience to do it. And, since patience is generally a good thing in life, then training your patience via reading is also a good thing which means that, on this very binary scale, that reading is better than audiobooks. Also applies to concentration, which is similar but different and arguably more valuable than patience. Whatever.
It's like being on a theme park rail ride. Where you get on the rail, buckle in, and you experience the attractions at the pace of the rail ride. You can't stop at a certain exhibit and really soak it in, read the placards or watch the animals in the display because the rail keeps going. You are literally forced to switch gears from thinking about one thing to the next as the rail ride moves along the track. You could pause, but pausing just leaves you in silence and you're not re-reading over the words you're pondering over and, if you replay, it's not you thinking about the situation on the page because it's being read to you and you're listening and that doesn't work because your brain's language center is one channel and you can't listen to the book and your ponderings at the same time. This is why you turn the radio down in the car whenever you need to slow down or concentrate better on driving because it needs more processing power from you in that moment.
I want to like audiobooks, but it feels like the only reason I do is because of the convenience. And yet I'm still conflicted. "If you hate them so much just read, dude." I wish it was that simple.
If I want to read a book, I have to figure out where to get it and wait or go get it some other time. With audio, I can start listening right this instant. I don't like that level of awesome convenience. But I'm also not going to unsubscribe because, well, it's convenient. There's even a lot of them free on YouTube.
Hey, take these potato chips away from me, I've had half the bag and I can't stop myself. But don't, because then I won't be able to read nearly as much as I "need" to to keep up pace. Like, what, do I really want to be one of those non readers who only reads like 7 books in their entire lives? No, I want to read what humanity has to offer damnit and there's billions of books, better get cracking. So from that perspective, audio is the only way...
I'm going to bed. I'm stressing over books.
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2022.01.25 01:38 Faction_Chief /r/news - https://apnews.com/article/russia-ukraine-technology-business-moscow-belarus-fe6dd5e3ff9ec0718b6448e770c15c29
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