Citation: Meat Nipples. "A Divine Perception of Truth: An Experience with DPT (exp10479)". Erowid.org. Feb 15, 2002. erowid.org/exp/10479
||(powder / crystals)
Waking from the illusion of physical discomfort,
I lay in the warmth of a new sun rising.
A gentle presence moves about me,
Takes my hand and touches my mind
Tides of emotion rise and fall
In a sea of iridescent geometry
Tension builds to a crescendo of inner conflict,
Then the waves retreat;
I feel the warmth of the sun, still rising.
A blanket of cool wind
dancing to soft jungle drums.
The rhythm drives the trance….
Then a shift; the moaning of the ocean
Swells to a monstrous growl
Climbing from the abyss of my mind
Screaming like an insect under a microscope
Self, Soul, Mind, Body; dissolve.
Lines of binary code flood all awareness.
The presence reveals it’s gaping ambivalence
Promising to swallow me whole.
Fear is alien; anxiety an abstraction
The experience is real and nothing besides.
As the raging waters cease their toil
I bath my naked soul in the fading light
Lying there; panting, wishing, smiling
I feel heaven’s kiss of softened hues and gratitude
With crystal clarity I open my eyes,
And witness a Divine Perception of Truth.
*Inspired by the effects of dipropyl-tryptamine, an analogue of DMT. Though I describe my self-awareness using the words “I” and “me”, a normal, tangible sense of self was often absent during the peak of the experience. Although much of the imagery used sounds pleasant, the actual trip was physically, emotionally, intellectually and spiritually taxing. It also took a much longer period of time for me to integrate and gain insight from than most psychedelics. When I did, however, I indeed felt heaven’s kiss. Tryptamines are good medicine, but they deserve our utmost respect and prudence.
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