I'm talking about lsd and the media and how they both can affect your perception of reality. I mentioned the media and also Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds. LSD
stars that play with Laughing Sams Dice, LSD again. Jimi Hendrix.
You are so darn cryptic in your communication while I lean towards the literal .... while still loving poetry.
While the media can manufacture, by focusing on either this or that, LSD, as far as I can tell, has quite a different result. Have you tried it?
Yes I have and it was a very wondrous experience.
I've no doubt it was wonderous! I have experimented with it as well ..... more in quality than quantity. It is a wonderful substance if taken in the right circumstances .... and most are. It's much better though, for one to be in either natural surroundings or at least peaceful, calm environs to get the full positive potential of LSD.
When I took a high dose, I was on a deserted beach in Thailand under a full moon. It was just me and my other ..... and we were shown the nature of our existence which wasn't really "our" existence but existence itself. LSD gives one a framework to work with as one sees the unreality of all concepts. The realization doesn't last though and this is why its efficacy for breaking through is so hotly debated amongst the various groups who are concerned with waking up, or as some put it, coming out of the sleep-walking dream and hypnotism that most of us are subject to.
But for what I have experienced and through what others report, it is an excellent tool for seeing reality as it is ...... which is much different than the "manufacturing" of reality that the media gets into.
Have you tried ayahuasca? I don't personally suffer from depression but those who I've spoken to have found ayahuasca effective in relieving and even eliminating depression altogether. Ayahuasca has broken free from South America and is now travelling the globe. I'm sure there are facilitators near you .....