Some people in sessions are almost like this. One is not, for instance, prosecuted for writing or speaking out about his experience or the LSD issue in general. With more and more laymen taking LSD and similar drugs, and with the supposed experts having nothing more instructive to say than dont, the beginning user often has nowhere to turn for the most fundamental information. Youd try to be as brave and cheerful as you could be, and to keep up your companions spirits as well as your own. Actually you have been preparing all your life, and those many years of preparation will outweigh anything you can do in a short time before the session. Otherwise you will have a gruesome re-entry, as you come down to a room that is a complete mess.
But in a two-person group a silence becomes awkward. Even people who freak out come down on schedule, feeling like fools for having made such a fuss. The term hallucinogen persists, although use of these drugs may not cause hallucinations. Don’t put a scale in your back pocket, even the hard case scales.
Opioids are used primarily for analgesia. In addition, they are used as cough suppressants and to treat diarrhea. This may cause your prongs to be touching the plastic housing of the battery instead of the metal battery terminal. A Faulty AC adaptor can cause your scale to act unstable with numbers “jumping” all around. Scales will pick up this interference from up to 15 feet away! Do not operate a cell or cordless phone within 10 feet of an in-use scale!Static Electricity can cause unstable readings. It is possible for a scale to become charged with static electricity either during use or during shipping. And then you discover that you are going to have to go through the whole thing, and you really hadnt planned on it. Does this mean that you can take nothing of the experience back with you?