how does anyone like going into a k-hole?
the whole experience makes me feel like ive lost my mind and i feel really weird for days after. The amount of damage this stuff must do to your brain is shocking.
Hey I do not know how Ketamine effects me.. Or much about the substance at all :/. Can someone tell me the average dose? And if it would be alright to try it by myself? I've experienced LSD, Mushrooms, MDMA, Weed, etc.
Ketamine is also perhaps the only addictive psychedelic (OK technically it's not a psychedelic but a dissociative, still...)
It's very interesting to try, truly bizarre but manageable since emotions often get a little more stable. Even if it's like WTF, hardly ever is an experience really terrifying although near the K-hole it can get intense.
All in all it's worth trying, personally I can never just keep it at recreational bumps even though those are very nice, smooth and euphoric and really not that fucked up, I'm too much attracted to the freaky side when I do it.
Be very careful that you don't do it too often though, I've fallen into the abuse trap and got unbelievable health problems. Now I stay away...
If you use it occasionally you will be fine honestly. Real abuse is a completely different story.
Check the ketamine thread for further reference please
Well to be honest, it can be like that but in a strange way. Personally I can feel more and more like I'm "simply not there". Like I cease to exist, even when I still sense some of my surroundings. The point is: you will certainly NOT die and there is something freeing about this experience. Like you disconnect from outer reality, the plug is pulled and you are released from your body, free to roam your own mind. At first it can be hard to navigate, like learning to ride a bike, but I think it's worth it and paradoxically at the same time you get 'lost' you are kept safe. It's interesting to take a break and not have to worry about feeling your own body lol.
Sometimes K-holing feels to me like I'm going backwards falling into a metaphorical rabbithole, traversing time and space as if they were a tree-schematic map of points splitting into parallel dimensions. The more I retreat into my mind as a non-sensory sinkhole, the further back this scheme I travel and sometimes I then wonder how I will ever find the right dimension back again, having to choose a million correct ones at every crossing point. On the other hand, as I settle into my infinite mind-space I feel like my own god, realizing I'm omnipotent in my inner world. Coming back from it is peculiar and even occasionally worrisome but of course it's always fine in the end so no big deal. The after-effects can be pretty vague though.
It's all part of the experience, don't go trying to K-hole the very first time and it will be fine! Go further bit by bit a couple of times and you will get the hang of it.
Despite my intense description I never felt like I was anywhere near panic while real psychedelics like mushrooms or LSD can be horribly scary. Even though K can be very intense, it feels safe because it's such an internal experience. The dissociation protects you in a way.