Citation: Q. "A Great Introduction to Entheogens: An Experience with 5-MeO-MIPT (exp105882)". Erowid.org. Oct 7, 2019. erowid.org/exp/105882
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For the past couple months I have been curious about entheogens/psychedelics, so a friend of mine who knows a lot about psychedelics gave me some 5-meo-mipt, also known as Moxy. I decided to take it on a Friday because I didnít have any plans for the day, and my family would only show up the day after in the afternoon. I also decided to take it in my apartment on my own because it is a familiar environment in which I feel comfortable and also I didnít want to have to be with other people while I was under the influence.
The first thing I did Friday was taking a shower at 7.30 am, heading out to my friend to get the Moxy and then eating some cereals with milk and two samosas for breakfast (yeah I know, weird mix) around 9 am when I came back home.
At 10 am, I took 10 mg of the 5-meo-mipt together with a capsule of 10 mg of Noopept. I have taken Noopept before, and the effect of a capsule is not very strong on me, so I attribute this experience almost solely to the 5-meo-mipt. While I waited for the Moxy to kick in I relaxed and listened to some new music.
Around 11 am, I started to feel a bit electric and my heart rate and especially my blood pressure were higher than usual. This electric feeling lasted all day and my friend says that I was feeling my chakras. I found the high blood pressure and that energy in my body slightly unpleasant, but I just went with it and tried to ignore it.
Around 11.30 I think I was reaching to the plateau and I had some wavy visuals. Also time felt less important and I was not really conscious in the same way. My mind really started to work intensely and the best way to describe it is by comparing it to the times when I have been stoned and my thoughts just wouldnít stop racing. I was constantly feeling the energy which kept me moving and thinking. I was now really enjoying the music and feeling it in particular ways. I also really enjoyed some artworks by one of my favourite artists. I saw many patterns, which really fascinated me. The combination of music and trippy artworks was incredible. Later, as I walked past the mirror, I had lots of fun watching myself because my pupils were very large, which kind of made me look like an alien. My facial expressions also seemed different. It was at that moment that I started thinking about myself and about my relation to society. I was able to see the world without most of the filters that I usually look with.
I started thinking about myself and about my relation to society. I was able to see the world without most of the filters that I usually look with.
Moxy definitely stimulated my mind and gave me very insightful and introspective thoughts. Around 3 pm I ate some tuna for lunch, even though I wasnít really hungry. At 4 pm it seemed like the effects of the Moxy were becoming less potent so I took 10 mg more of Moxy. Around 5 pm I was again reaching a plateau, where I stayed for approximately 3 hours and I had some wavy visuals again. I ate dinner around 10 pm. I started getting sleepy around 12 pm, but even though I tried falling asleep I couldnít because of that electric feeling in my body and my mind which kept me awake, so I stayed awake until 5 am before finally falling asleep and sleeping until Saturday morning until 10 am. It was definitely a fun and very intimate experience to try Moxy and I might do it again, although I would only take 10 mg, because it was a bit exhausting to be under the effect from 10 am to 5 am the next day (wow thatís twenty hours). Another thing worth mentioning is that although I did chat with some good friends on Facebook during most of the experience, I wouldnít have been able to talk to people, and I really thank myself for not answering any incoming phone calls because that would have been very awkward. I will feel calmer next time I take an entheogen/psychedelic, because I have understood that it is important to just let go of control and enjoy it and I know how to make myself enjoy it better. I definitely think that Moxy can be useful for personal growth.
Here are some of the thoughts I had during this experience (I had many other thoughts but because I didnít write them down at the time I canít remember them):
I realised that some aspects of society seemed very artificial and I would not be able to act in the society I live in without it being in an ironical fashion. I felt good and thought that I could now just follow my instincts and worry less about being a part of the theatre of our society. Often we are not very honest with ourselves and others but we just follow some regular ways of doing/seeing things. I understood how important love and honesty are; especially honesty with myself. I also felt closer to my animal/natural side and felt less like a human and I was amused at how we can feel ashamed of animal/natural traits and things our bodies do, because weíre just a part of natureís construction. I also really grasped the idea that nothing has boundaries /everything is connected and that therefore my ego or personality is not something apart, but it is part of the world I live in. It became obvious that there was no point in striving to control the construction my ego, feeling anxious about whom I am, or trying to control things, because everything is one / nothing is finite. Also one of the insightful thoughts that I had with Moxy was that I had been trying to control everything and keep tension/anxieties inside me but letting go of control is very important. I also felt very emotional at one point and shed a couple tears because I hadnít seen my family for almost a month and I wasnít in a state where I could call them and talk to them now, but that just made me enjoy the following weekend with them a lot more. Actually I think what really made me sad/emotional was the beauty of all the actions my loved ones have done for me during my lifetime and I just felt thankful. I felt euphoric at some points of the experience and generally very positive about life. Another interesting thought that I had was that focusing on the wellbeing of my soul / psyche was really important and felt more important than the physical side of my existence and how important it is to connect with the soul of other people.
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