Citation: Jordan . "I Felt Myself Dissolving Into Things: An Experience with Ketamine (exp98860)". Erowid.org. Jun 6, 2018. erowid.org/exp/98860
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Enter The K-Hole
So I wanted to share my ketamine experience with you, even though most of the trip is un-accountable, I'll try my best to articulate and express my trip best I can.
It all started when I was at the pub and my friend Beckki was deperate to hit some drugs. We tried despereately to find, but could only get our hands on KET. We got 1 gram and immediately took a 1 big line each in the toilet. I didn't feel the effects of the ketemine until about 10 minutes later. I remember buying a drink at bar, and everything started to turn extremily wavey and as a result I felt dis-orientated. I went outside to get fresh air and I remember seeing my friend Hughie at the table and I said to him that I'd taken some ket. By this point, the effects we're becoming more and more intense, and I was loosing touch with reality. As a last word to him, I said in a almost desperate kind of tone, please look after me Hughie'. After that I fell to the floor, in slow motion, and threw up everywhere.This is the last thing I remember before totally loosing touch with reality.
ENTERING THE K-HOLE
It's difficult to describe exactly what happened from this point, because the efffects of the ketamine had comepletely engulfed my normal sense of reality. The only way I can explain it is I could hear voices around me, but was unable to respond in any kind of way. I just felt like a floating piece of consciousness, completely passive to my surroundings. I remember coming in and out of waking consciousness, people we're moving me from one side of the room to the other. Then it really happened.
BANG. I was literally in some unknown reality where time no longer existed. Strange patterns would emerge and I had no control over anything. Time ceased to exist. When people we're moving me around, that's when things became very bizzare. I had out-of-body experiences - I could see myself from an outsiders point of view. Then other moments completely dissolved from this relaity and entered something I can only descride as multi-dimensional. By this point, I felt like I was coming in and out of different worlds. It was very bizzare. I had totally lost my senses, I even forgot I was human.
I felt like I was coming in and out of different worlds. It was very bizzare. I had totally lost my senses, I even forgot I was human.
I had near-death-experiences and then emerged in what felt like a re-birth. It was like being a baby in womb relying on your mother to keep you alive. Also, on top of this, I would turn from matter into energy and vice versa. I felt myself dissolving into things. It's very difficult to describe the nature of these experiences in words, as this is beyond anything words can explain.
Coming back to life
My first experience of 'coming back to this world' was when I was transported from multi-dimensional space through a vortex of some kind, and awoke briefly outside a pub rolling on the floor with the other girl who I'd taken ketamine with (Bekki). The next thing I remember is being lifted into a car and taken to a friends house where I was looked after.
Moral of the story
hallucinogenic drugs should be treated with care. If my amazing friends were'nt around to guide and support me during the trip, there's no telling where I'd have ended up. In terms of the trip itself, although not all of the trip was memorable (like awaking from a dream) It has taught me to keep an open mind to life, and always continue to learn new things. There's so much we don't know about ourselves, the universe.
Peace and Love to all of you x
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