Experience:40mg - Second breakthrough

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Trip Reports - DMT

  • Dosage - 40 mg (Vaporized off of foil and sucked in through a foil tube)
  • Weight - 59kg / 130 lbs
  • Set - Very nervous, heart racing, excited
  • Setting - Dimly lit bedroom with one friend
  • Age - 15
  • Gender - Male
  • Date - December 10, 2016

Content

T + 00:00 - I load up my first hit into a foil cup I prepared, and begin to vaporize the substance, holding a foil tube above which I start to inhale through.

T + 00:05 - I have held in the vapor for a few seconds, but my lungs quickly start to burn and I involuntarily cough as my friend loads my second hit.

T + 00:10 - I vaporize and inhale the second hit, my lungs still on fire. My ears start to ring and my peripheral vision gets blurry. I again can only hold it in for a few seconds before I cough.

T + 00:20 - As soon as I inhale to third hit, I no longer can feel the pain in my lungs. My breathing gets deeper. Time seems as though it is slowly down drastically. I hold for a few seconds and exhale.

T + 00:30 - I fall backwards onto my bed which I was sitting on. I look up and around as the room begins to drift, melt, and morph. The pattern on my ceiling changes colors, the white lines splitting apart into their constituent colors of red, green, and blue.

T + 00:45 - I instantly am filled with a feeling of pure panic and dread. I am telling myself that something is terribly wrong, and that what is happening is very, very bad. I feel as though I am going to die.

T + 01:00 - The feeling of impending doom continues as the pattern on my ceiling now begins to come off the ceiling itself and morph into the tiles of the floor of another world. Once the tiles are completely formed, the world that the tiles are contained within forms as well, but as soon as I try to look at it, I go back to my room.

T + 01:15 - This visual cycle repeats as I begin to feel even more scared and panicked than I did before. Every time I try to think about what is happening, my train of thought is cut short. This makes me panic even more. I try to think again, but my train of thought is cut even shorter. And shorter. And shorter...

T + 01:30 - This time, when the ceiling morphs into the other reality, it remains. I can finally look at it. At the same time this happens, I can no longer form thoughts. I can no longer remember. There is no time. There is no me. I am simply the universe, observing itself. I am on top of a mayan-style pyramidal structure, a vast expanse of thick jungle below me, with a river running through it. Below my feet is an intricate tessellation of tiles. In the sky is bright orange-yellow setting sun, casting a brilliant orange hue on the entire landscape. On my left and right are a series of raised pillars extending the length of the top of the pyramid. In between each pillar stands a being. They are all identical, humanoid in shape with bright orange skin and gold headdresses and jewelry. They had features very similar to artistic depictions of certain Hindu gods. They are trying to communicate, but not verbally. They are doing some sort of dance which conveys a feeling rather than an actual message comprised of logical information. I am still merely observing. I am unable to form thoughts.

T + 10:00 - The process of my ceiling morphing into an alternate reality described in the beginning begins to reverse very rapidly until I am completely back in my room once again. I am still getting very intense visuals which prevent me from moving with much coordination, so I only lie on my bed.

T + 15:00 - I am finally able to get up, though I am still experiencing fairly strong visuals. My friend asks if I’m okay and I am able to respond. I get up to dispose of the equipment used for the vaporization, but am very off balance, as I feel like I’m being pulled from side to side even though I am walking straight.

T + 20:00 - I sit back down and attempt to process the experience I just had. I am not able to however, due to the visuals distracting me. I instead must wait until they are completely or at least mostly over.

T + 30:00 - The visuals have almost completely ceased, and I begin to process what I remember happening. I go through it in my mind a few times as to forget as little of the experience as possible.

T + 40:00 - I describe the experience to my friend, as I figure that that will help solidify my recollection of it.

T + 60:00 - I am pretty much back to normal at this point. I go get something to eat and go back to watching TV. I feel different though. I feel rejuvenated. I feel happier.

Submitted by - Whataredrugs

Analysis

  • Time distortion - " Time seems as though it is slowly down drastically."
  • Drifting - "the room begins to drift, melt, and morph."
  • Colour shifting - "The pattern on my ceiling changes colors, the white lines splitting apart into their constituent colors of red, green, and blue."
  • Anxiety - "I instantly am filled with a feeling of pure panic and dread. I am telling myself that something is terribly wrong, and that what is happening is very, very bad. I feel as though I am going to die."
  • Geometry - "he pattern on my ceiling now begins to come off the ceiling itself"
  • External hallucination - "morph into the tiles of the floor of another world."
  • Unity and interconnectedness - "I am simply the universe, observing itself."
  • Internal hallucination - "I am on top of a mayan-style pyramidal structure, a vast expanse of thick jungle below me"
  • Autonomous entities - "In between each pillar stands a being. They are all identical, humanoid in shape with bright orange skin and gold headdresses and jewelry. They had features very similar to artistic depictions of certain Hindu gods. "