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      How to learn to do vivid visualizations?.So vivid that will confuse with real world,physical things?

      I want ot learn to create vivid visualizations. But not as in my mind, not inside head. i already can do them.
      Currently when i relax i can without going into trance or sleep create some scenery on inside my eyelids, on closed eyes, just after looking on this blackness after a while i can see nature scenes, peoples, many strange things etc, they are almost real, maybe little black, but not like things inside mind, but more real, like physical real things, like looking on TV or some movie. And if i will look on them not very long they will put me into sleep.
      They are going without my control i can not even direct them....even if i think about 'apple' there is nothing apple related.

      Ok, and i want to have real hallucinations. I want to have visualizations so real with eyes open, that i will confuse real physical things with imagined. I want to have them so vivid as nicola tesla had. (he once said that they make him made because he didnt know if what he see is real or not)

      With eyes open. how to do it ?
      thanks.

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      This is a terrible suggestion, especially considering it's dangerous and most people find the experience very unpleasant, but taking very large doses (300mg to 1000 mg) of diphenhydramine (aka benadryl) will cause this to happen. It is an anticholinergic deliriant. If you do take it, keep in mind you will be very sleepy, very confused, and what you hallucinate has the propensity of being terrifying (though not always, and not for some individuals). It has both vivid closed eye visuals and open eye visuals. At very high doses, you also lose the ability to distinguish between what is real and what isn't. I do not really suggest using diphenhydramine recreationally, but now you know.

      To possibly deter you from using it (or maybe convince you to), I'm going to link you to the erowid diphenhydramine experience vault. Erowid Experience Vaults: Diphenhydramine (also Benadryl) Main Index

      Make an educated decision, please.

      edit: List of side effects from recreational doses quoted from wikipedia for your knowledge.
      Quote Originally Posted by Wikipedia
      It is also a potent anticholinergic agent, leading to the side-effects of dry mouth and throat, increased heart rate, pupil dilation, urinary retention, constipation, and, at high doses, hallucinations or delirium. Further side-effects include motor impairment (ataxia), flushed skin, blurred vision at nearpoint owing to lack of accommodation (cycloplegia), abnormal sensitivity to bright light (photophobia), difficulty concentrating, short-term memory loss, visual disturbances, irregular breathing, dizziness, irritability, itchy skin, confusion, decreased body temperature (in general, in the hands and/or feet), erectile dysfunction, excitability, and, although it can be used to treat nausea, higher doses may cause vomiting.[15] Some side-effects, such as twitching, may be delayed until the drowsiness begins to cease and the person is in more of an awakening mode
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      The only way I've heard or read about is by depriving yourself of sleep for a long period of time. However this is not good for your health either, therefore it is not recommended!

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sleep_deprivation
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      Taking lots of diphenhydramine feels like you've been up for days, if I had to find a way to describe it. It's probably easier, but just as unhealthy if not more unhealthy.

      edit: This Taimapedia link has a lot of information about it's effects.
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      no, i dont want something chemical. i want to train my mind to do it. tesla could do it. mentally ill people can do it. i want to do it too. there is already info how to train but it too long to hard and i have no bathroom separated from light.
      dv .com/f12/inducing-trance-wild-part-2-a-29491/

      i need something other than this.
      it is related to MHV "Motif Homologiquement Variant".

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      Mentally ill people can do it because their brain chemistry is different than a normal person's. Taking chemicals alters your brain chemistry temporarily. I'm glad to see you don't want to use it, but don't make the mistake of thinking mentally ill people are doing something that they've learned rather than what they've been griefed with living with. You can try and learn to do it on your own if you want, but I have to say I have a lot of doubt as far as it even being possible.

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      So you want to be schizophrenic?

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      yes. i want to be schizophrenic. but i want to have ability to switch it off. and also i want to have mpd, multiple personality disorder. but this will come later.
      really, this is my mind, my brain so he has to obey me. why not ?
      anyway as i wrote, look here:
      dreamviews . com/f12/inducing-trance-wild-part-2-a-29491/ and here:
      scribd . com/doc/21575280/Conscious-Dreaming-and-Controlled-Hallucinations

      it really is possible but this is hard way, i need something simpler...

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      Considering you have absolutely no idea what it's like to be schizophrenic or to have mpd, I can't imagine why you'd want to have either. It's pretty foolish to want to be mentally ill, especially when you can mimick the illnesses with drugs. Your brain does not have to obey you, it only has to obey it's own chemistry. The only way you can alter that chemistry is with drugs. I'm not trying to advocate drug usage here, but what you're saying you want to do (suffer from any sort of psychosis but not be stuck that way permanently) is only possible through drugs, yet you refuse to use any.

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      I think this is just stupid.. I have seen some people who are effected by this, and there life is a mess.


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      I honestly feel like there's a good chance this guy isn't for real in the first place.

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      Seriously, suck it up and do some acid or mushrooms. You'll learn two valuable lessons:

      1) What you're looking for is incredibly awesome once achieved, BUT...
      2) Is not something you want to have on all the time, lol.
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      What he's asking for is more akin to diphenhydramine or datura honestly, and neither of those is "awesome", just kind of interesting. Really there's a whole range of hallucinogenics that are all totally different. Acid, DMT, Shrooms, Mescaline, and the like are good for insight and good experience, dissociatives (pcp, ketamine, dxm) are good for total mind trip and a more "inner" experience, and deliriant anticholinergics (datura and diphenhydramine) cause you to see and hear things that are not there, and not be able to distinguish these as real or fake the more delirious you get (and the more obvious these things are not real should be, but actually isn't). I find that the closest legal substitute for good hallucinogens besides getting LSA seeds or anything like that is to mix dxm and diphenhydramine. Feels intense, you hallucinate, but it's definitely it's own trip, not really like acid or shrooms.

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      i am not interested in any external medicaments drugs or chemicals.
      the only one i could use is DMT but generated from my pineal gland, not from external source.
      So if anyone know how to tell my pineal gland to generate DMT using only my mind - its great, i would do that, but never from any other source.

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      Quote Originally Posted by snoop View Post
      This is a terrible suggestion, especially considering it's dangerous and most people find the experience very unpleasant, but taking very large doses (300mg to 1000 mg) of diphenhydramine (aka benadryl) will cause this to happen. It is an anticholinergic deliriant. If you do take it, keep in mind you will be very sleepy, very confused, and what you hallucinate has the propensity of being terrifying (though not always, and not for some individuals). It has both vivid closed eye visuals and open eye visuals. At very high doses, you also lose the ability to distinguish between what is real and what isn't. I do not really suggest using diphenhydramine recreationally, but now you know.

      To possibly deter you from using it (or maybe convince you to), I'm going to link you to the erowid diphenhydramine experience vault. Erowid Experience Vaults: Diphenhydramine (also Benadryl) Main Index

      Make an educated decision, please.

      edit: List of side effects from recreational doses quoted from wikipedia for your knowledge.
      No. No no no. Please stop telling people that they should take deliriants, for ANY reason. There is never a good enough excuse to use deliriants. Not only are they extremely physically dangerous, but they're incredibly neurotoxic. It can take a very long time to recover from deliriant damage, if you ever recover fully. Take it from me, even the people who "like" diphenhydramine regret using it. It's just a terrible drug all around, and suggesting it to people who actually want to experience a psychotic reaction is asking for nothing but trouble.

      Quote Originally Posted by memtest81 View Post
      i am not interested in any external medicaments drugs or chemicals.
      the only one i could use is DMT but generated from my pineal gland, not from external source.
      So if anyone know how to tell my pineal gland to generate DMT using only my mind - its great, i would do that, but never from any other source.
      DMT is not synthesized in the pineal gland, that was a theory based on guesswork that turned out to be false.

      If you don't have a mental disorder, then what you are seeking, particularly with confusing the hallucinations with reality, will not happen without drugs or some extreme visualization training. The brain doesn't work that way, there is no quick natural solution. Do you really think that if hallucinating was so easy everyone would still just stick around in this crappy world all the time?
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      Quote Originally Posted by Alyzarin View Post
      No. No no no. Please stop telling people that they should take deliriants, for ANY reason. There is never a good enough excuse to use deliriants. Not only are they extremely physically dangerous, but they're incredibly neurotoxic. It can take a very long time to recover from deliriant damage, if you ever recover fully. Take it from me, even the people who "like" diphenhydramine regret using it. It's just a terrible drug all around, and suggesting it to people who actually want to experience a psychotic reaction is asking for nothing but trouble.



      DMT is not synthesized in the pineal gland, that was a theory based on guesswork that turned out to be false.

      If you don't have a mental disorder, then what you are seeking, particularly with confusing the hallucinations with reality, will not happen without drugs or some extreme visualization training. The brain doesn't work that way, there is no quick natural solution. Do you really think that if hallucinating was so easy everyone would still just stick around in this crappy world all the time?
      I was only suggesting it because that's literally what he's asking for. Not to mention, trying to become delirious after depriving yourself of sleep for days is pretty much just as "dangerous". Deliriants are without a doubt unhealthy and possibly dangerous, but you run the same risks with other drugs (possibly less risk with classic psychedelics, but the wide range of physiological effects caused by most drugs adds high potential for dangerous reactions regardless). I find it kind of funny that you are upset that I suggested deliriants rather than because I suggested drugs at all.

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      Quote Originally Posted by snoop View Post
      I was only suggesting it because that's literally what he's asking for. Not to mention, trying to become delirious after depriving yourself of sleep for days is pretty much just as "dangerous". Deliriants are without a doubt unhealthy and possibly dangerous, but you run the same risks with other drugs (possibly less risk with classic psychedelics, but the wide range of physiological effects caused by most drugs adds high potential for dangerous reactions regardless). I find it kind of funny that you are upset that I suggested deliriants rather than because I suggested drugs at all.
      Why would I be upset about that? I'm extremely pro-drug, and I do think that psychedelics would likely give the OP what he wants. However, I would much sooner compare deliriants to poisons than other recreational drugs. They're not "possibly" dangerous, and the risk is MUCH worse than with sleep deprivation and most other drugs. Believe me, there is a reason that practically no one in the drug scene uses deliriants despite the fact that they're some of the most easily obtainable drugs. It's true that rating by equivalent doses of comparable drugs there's not a massive risk with deliriants, but that's not what the situation is; taking a dose of diphenhydramine comparable to a "safe" dose of a stimulant will not produce any kind of recreational buzz, only sedation. Taking a deliriant to trip is similar to purposefully overdosing on speed for the sake of hallucinating, and they effect the brain and body in almost the exact same way. In the same vein, deliriant trips come with the possibility of intense vasoconstriction, heart palpitations and arrhythmias, increased body temperatures to the level of producing fever-like delirium on top of their normal effects, seizures, and strokes all at commonly used "recreational" doses. An extremely large number of deliriant trips end in the hospital, and many others end in jail. Most people who use them also end up with some form of HPPD usually coupled with increasingly intense anxiety and panic attacks, which also precipitate depression. You can even see reports of people who were victims of scopolamine-based crimes in Columbia saying that they've had persistent memory and visual problems ever since the crime, a single use. The same holds true with diphenhydramine and other deliriants.... They stick with you. I had to quit using all other drugs for a long time because every time I would do literally anything I would suddenly feel like I was on diphenhydramine again, including the hallucinations and some of the side effects that appeared with chronic use. This is not an effect unique to me, you can find other reports of it out there. I still can't use stimulants and psychedelics, which used to be my favorite drugs, because they give me strong anxiety now and make me tremor and move like I have Parkinson's or something. Despite this, the hallucinations can be enough to draw people back because of how powerful they are. I used to use diphenhydramine all the time because I was addicted to the intensity of it, as are many other people. All diphheads are exactly like the OP, just looking to experience true hallucinations or escape reality as intensely as possible, and those are the people who are most susceptible to deliriants.

      I repeat: There is never a good enough excuse to use deliriants. Seriously, just go with something else.
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      I've used diphenhydramine plenty of times myself, like, many times (probably 60ish times). I've had HPPD for a long time now from combined dissociative, psychedelic, and deliriant use so that's nothing new, but I've never had any of the other problems you are complaining about. I've personally never had heart problems on it (or many drugs that get complaints about heart problems), and I find it pretty bizarre you find yourself feeling like you have taken diph when having taken another drug. I've never experienced this, and I feel like after 2 days have passed since I have used it, my mental capacities are all back completely to normal. It sucks you seem to have suffered so many problems yourself, but I've taken doses of 600mg+ while on 500mg+ of DXM, further potentiating both of them and I still have never had any of the problems you describe.

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      Quote Originally Posted by snoop View Post
      I've used diphenhydramine plenty of times myself, like, many times (probably 60ish times). I've had HPPD for a long time now from combined dissociative, psychedelic, and deliriant use so that's nothing new, but I've never had any of the other problems you are complaining about. I've personally never had heart problems on it (or many drugs that get complaints about heart problems), and I find it pretty bizarre you find yourself feeling like you have taken diph when having taken another drug. I've never experienced this, and I feel like after 2 days have passed since I have used it, my mental capacities are all back completely to normal. It sucks you seem to have suffered so many problems yourself, but I've taken doses of 600mg+ while on 500mg+ of DXM, further potentiating both of them and I still have never had any of the problems you describe.
      Not having had the problems yourself is no reason to ignore the fact that many people do get these problems. Just because you've been okay doesn't mean you should be suggesting that people take drugs that are well-known to be dangerous. I know a lot of people who've done diphenhydramine that often as well and most of them seriously regret it or have many of the problems I've described.

      On that last note, how often do you do that combination? DPH+DXM is a different ballpark, you're not talking about the same thing anymore.... DXM will actually protect against the neurotoxicity of DPH, so I wouldn't expect that combo to provide many problems (aside from potential HPPD or physical issues). Even though I still wouldn't recommend it from a health standpoint, I would say that the combination is significantly less harmful than DPH alone, as long as it's done safely.

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      Oh, well I prefer that combination to DPH alone because I don't just feel like passing out the whole time, but I've done it together as often as I have alone. My only real point is, once drugs are concerned, safety is kind of thrown out the window. Yeah some are excessively unsafe, but if you're going to suggest drugs at all you might as well be informative about what ones are available and what they do. What business is it of mine if this guy wants to throw caution to the wind and take any of these? I would rather be informative and educative and let users exercise personal responsibility.
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      Really? I figured it would be more for the massive boost in hallucinations lol. I understand that educating people is great, but I still don't think you should ever be suggesting it. Let them decide on their own if they want to risk it; when you suggest things to people (especially who likely know nothing about drugs like the OP, though mainly because he doesn't want to use them) it makes them more willing to give it a shot without giving it full consideration. Especially given the fact that there are young teenagers who browse this forum who won't pay even the slightest bit of attention to the potential consequences. And in the meantime, you could've suggested some safer ways as well.... As it was, with your first post in the thread anyway, you gave diphenhydramine as the only option. There are certainly much safer and more enjoyable ways to experience what the OP was looking for, as I'm sure he would've been happy with any hallucinations at all. Even though what he described was comparable to deliriants, I'm sure a strong psychedelic trip would be just as satisfying. I certainly would never recommend diphenhydramine to someone with no hallucinogen experience whatsoever, even if I was all for promoting it.... Seems like a pretty good way to scare someone away from tripping forever if you ask me.

      Anyway, I don't want to get too much further into this, I just don't think you should be suggesting it as openly as you do. I respect the way you feel if you have a different opinion, but I feel very strongly on this so I feel the need warn people.
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      I can agree with your opinion, in fact I should've been a bit more ready to. I seem to have a pretty good heart and a pretty good reaction to most drugs (I don't get very nauseated or freaked out either), I know a lot of people who react pretty differently to all the same thing so I guess I should have emphasized the danger a little bit more, especially considering anti-histamines put a shit load of strain on the heart, especially in combination with stimulants and dxm (I'm fine but apparently people get enough trouble with dxm and dph individually, let alone mixed together or with stimulants). But yeah my DPH and DXM experience is a little weird... I feel oddly cold and hot at the same time, and I feel this intense feeling about the whole trip and physically. Not like I'm under too much strain, but just intense. It makes me a little less prone to get startled on DPH too. The hallucinations are definitely more intense (mostly textures and buzzing on the wall and watching "movies" etc on the walls or on computer screens). I still feel tired from the DPH but it's more like I have less motivation to stay awake, rather than with just DPH where I feel like I'm gonna nod off. I'm also a little more prone to confusion and short term memory problems, but that's to be expected. Basically the DXM makes the DPH actually kind of enjoyable, and a lot more interesting.
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      Yeah, I used to feel the same way. I respond pretty positively to most things, or at least used to. I get lot of heart stuff whenever I do pretty much anything that's not a downer or a dissociative these days, but it's become lessened. I'm hoping that anything I still have is purely anxiety.... I made a lot of stupid decisions with my drugs though. Your combined experience makes sense to me though, as I think that much of the negative aspects of diphenhydramine (specifically a lot of the toxicity, fear, and uncomfortable body load) come from overstimulation of NMDA receptors caused by massive glutamate release. Obviously an uncompetitive NMDA antagonist like DXM would protect against that. I've actually never done the combo, it never really occured to me at the time I was doing DPH a lot. I still kind of want to do it, but meh. I try to only stick to the things with no potentially dangerous physical side effects whatsoever now, might as well not push my luck any further.

      Your experience reminds me a bit of shrooms, actually... especially feeling hot and cold at the same time. A bizarre sensation.

      Edit: Also, this is getting drastically off-topic. We should probably end this discussion or move it somewhere else.
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      Could someone actually answer this please? I'm pretty sure we're aware of what could go wrong. I've only seen three other threads talk about this in like a year of Googling, so any answer would be welcome. Also, me nor the person asking wants the assistance of an external substance.
      Everyone here is being all deep and stuff, while I'm just here being normal with my dog photo...

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