Back From the Ride.
Citation: sam smith. "Back From the Ride.: An Experience with Ketamine (exp81815)". Erowid.org. Mar 17, 2018. erowid.org/exp/81815
Right, were do I start on the story of a magnificent journey where during the plot I have great fun, excitement, lust, meet magnificent souls, lose myself, isolate my self from reality, end up dying. Become reborn.
It all started about 2006, at a squat party in the town of a northern-england county. I'm not going to bang on about how many drugs I've taken, or promote them. I'm was an experienced user. At this squat party I were offered K, and instantly it sparked curiosity into the conscience expanding properties. I started taking it weekly, about a gram a week. Then as my curiosity increased I started taking upto 3 grams a week, then grams daily. The experience I got every time, at every party, festival or gathering from k seemed deeply spiritual. The insight I got after taking it were immense, almost holy experiences. This affect caused me to take more. And more. I met some fantasticly creative people, whom I'm still very much in touch with. After a year or 2,, BANG! I didnt notice it until my friends were in the same position of isolation, losing family bonds, a sense of self, I lost who I were, and had focused more on seeking inner sanctuary than offering support to others, it were then I reqalised how deeply selfish my addiction had become. I woke up in hospital after one last dose of K, and in the biggest K-hole I've experienced I died, but were brought back with the aid of them shockers hospitals use.
I still arnt 100% myself after a year of soberness. I'm not going to say DONT DO KET. I took it to the extreme. In hindsight, and sobriety, the 'k-years' of my life were both good and bad, probably the worst issues I've found of prolonged use are memory-problems, and social-integrations issues. The best thing about the experience are seeing life for what it is. Spiritual enlightenment.
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