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I believe so as well. It is kind of cool, because i don't have to think of the process to determine how it would work. It just feels like it is all there and I can access any part of the process without having to figure out before/after processes to get to that particular process.

Does that make sense?
 Quoting: Septenary Man


it does make sense
inhibition evaporates


lovely flower
 Quoting: aether


cheer

I'm a constant work in progress. lmao
 Quoting: Septenary Man


and what happens when inhibition disintegrates?

correct, alienation.

It takes an alien to know an alien.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31036731


Good point. I have been experiencing degrees of that for a while now. It is definitely increasing too. Heidi asks why I keep pursuing things if it makes me despondent to...I don't know...if it makes me miserable sometimes. lol, and that is not even in reference to the deeper aspects of me.

I want to say, "Because I can." But, it is like trying to shut off and ignoring your greatest passion when it is right there, attainable. I asked her if she could do it, not pursue her passions when it was attainable. Of course, she understood somewhat at that point.

No one ever said it would be easy.
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not too long then,, ss,,

this one,, will have a cool one in respect for youre linear predicament,, on you're behalf,,

much love,,
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not too long then,, ss,,

this one,, will have a cool one in respect for youre linear predicament,, on you're behalf,,

much love,,
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and what happens when inhibition disintegrates?

correct, alienation.

It takes an alien to know an alien.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31036731


Perhaps the explanation for why Crowley came up with the Lam idea.
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


he may have come up through it, but not with it.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31036731


hmm

Curious statement....

I think I see what you mean though.
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


Don't worry I repeat myself often ;often through others,

It's fun when the echo chamber begins to vibrate.

asmr indeed

you ever play 'in tune' with a whole lotta players. it's like simultaneously violating the laws of time space while being violated.
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the multitude of feelings that feels simple wonderful to the infinite creators of the feeling
 Quoting: aether


Indeed.

My next pondering is....

Who 'makes' archetypes?

hmm

Would it be a characteristic of a Demiurge?

Or something greater, like the 'Holy Ghost' concept?
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


The simpler question is: who doesn't?

far less to induce in the inductive sense.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31036731


Yes but it is still a 'form' we are adhering to.

I do not 'make' archetypes in the sense of 'creation from scratch'. It is impossible as far as I am aware. I merely try to distill and re-purify the ones I come across.

....

That said, these days to me the word 'impossible' tends to translate mentally to hen clucking noises.
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


You think therefore it is.
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you know i was in a planned short mediation a few minutes ago and when something within the meditation was placed in my mouth to ingest, i jumped, because my lips physically felt the fingers holding the something upon my lips

i like it abduct
 Quoting: aether


funny what the immaterial can get away with, no?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31036731


I feel something similar to this quite often...

It feels like I am being kissed. It comes suddenly, without warning and is over as fast as a light kiss would be.

A peck on the lips...if you will.


Good morning everyone.

Day 3 begins. The Dalai Lama will be on campus today. I have my fingers crossed he might walk through the faire. I doubt it, but I can hope.

seashell

:)
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
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lol,,

much love,,
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The Holy Ghost,is exactly like the name. You hear a ghost like voice,which echoes and surrounds you within,like it is coming from inside.
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you know i was in a planned short mediation a few minutes ago and when something within the meditation was placed in my mouth to ingest, i jumped, because my lips physically felt the fingers holding the something upon my lips

i like it abduct
 Quoting: aether


funny what the immaterial can get away with, no?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31036731


I feel something similar to this quite often...

It feels like I am being kissed. It comes suddenly, without warning and is over as fast as a light kiss would be.

A peck on the lips...if you will.


Good morning everyone.

Day 3 begins. The Dalai Lama will be on campus today. I have my fingers crossed he might walk through the faire. I doubt it, but I can hope.

seashell

:)
 Quoting: Seer777


good morning
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it does make sense
inhibition evaporates


lovely flower
 Quoting: aether


cheer

I'm a constant work in progress. lmao
 Quoting: Septenary Man


and what happens when inhibition disintegrates?

correct, alienation.

It takes an alien to know an alien.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31036731


Good point. I have been experiencing degrees of that for a while now. It is definitely increasing too. Heidi asks why I keep pursuing things if it makes me despondent to...I don't know...if it makes me miserable sometimes. lol, and that is not even in reference to the deeper aspects of me.

I want to say, "Because I can." But, it is like trying to shut off and ignoring your greatest passion when it is right there, attainable. I asked her if she could do it, not pursue her passions when it was attainable. Of course, she understood somewhat at that point.

No one ever said it would be easy.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Ahhhh yes. good tune by the 4 horsemen.

It would also be no fun. Opposites attract and thus the more of one you create the better the holiday in Cambodia.

How about some Tequila chess in Phuket?
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yep..a loving little kiss:)
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Perhaps the explanation for why Crowley came up with the Lam idea.
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


he may have come up through it, but not with it.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31036731


hmm

Curious statement....

I think I see what you mean though.
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


Don't worry I repeat myself often ;often through others,

It's fun when the echo chamber begins to vibrate.

asmr indeed

you ever play 'in tune' with a whole lotta players. it's like simultaneously violating the laws of time space while being violated.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31036731


cruise

The other day I explained to a non-spirit-inclined friend of mine (who is nonetheless very bright) the following, while on a discussion about the human Ego:

"If you were on a psychedelic, I'd delicately peel your ego away, like a paper thin silk dress."

As it was spoken in a tone quite unlike my regular speaking voice, it had very much the intended effect: victory within the argument.
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you know i was in a planned short mediation a few minutes ago and when something within the meditation was placed in my mouth to ingest, i jumped, because my lips physically felt the fingers holding the something upon my lips

i like it abduct
 Quoting: aether


funny what the immaterial can get away with, no?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31036731


I feel something similar to this quite often...

It feels like I am being kissed. It comes suddenly, without warning and is over as fast as a light kiss would be.

A peck on the lips...if you will.


Good morning everyone.

Day 3 begins. The Dalai Lama will be on campus today. I have my fingers crossed he might walk through the faire. I doubt it, but I can hope.

:seashell:

:)
 Quoting: Seer777


Just give him a wave for me and tell him I still think he looks like the asian version of hunter s thompson.

Freakish good time prototypes born to perturb the aether are far harder to summon than one may think.
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cheer

I'm a constant work in progress. lmao
 Quoting: Septenary Man


and what happens when inhibition disintegrates?

correct, alienation.

It takes an alien to know an alien.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31036731


Good point. I have been experiencing degrees of that for a while now. It is definitely increasing too. Heidi asks why I keep pursuing things if it makes me despondent to...I don't know...if it makes me miserable sometimes. lol, and that is not even in reference to the deeper aspects of me.

I want to say, "Because I can." But, it is like trying to shut off and ignoring your greatest passion when it is right there, attainable. I asked her if she could do it, not pursue her passions when it was attainable. Of course, she understood somewhat at that point.

No one ever said it would be easy.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Ahhhh yes. good tune by the 4 horsemen.

It would also be no fun. Opposites attract and thus the more of one you create the better the holiday in Cambodia.

How about some Tequila chess in Phuket?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31036731


Damn, I would love to travel like that.

You are exactly correct too, as I feel things that way as well, when you say, It would also be no fun. But, always got to keep that balance.
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he may have come up through it, but not with it.
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hmm

Curious statement....

I think I see what you mean though.
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


Don't worry I repeat myself often ;often through others,

It's fun when the echo chamber begins to vibrate.

asmr indeed

you ever play 'in tune' with a whole lotta players. it's like simultaneously violating the laws of time space while being violated.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31036731


cruise

The other day I explained to a non-spirit-inclined friend of mine (who is nonetheless very bright) the following, while on a discussion about the human Ego:

"If you were on a psychedelic, I'd delicately peel your ego away, like a paper thin silk dress."

As it was spoken in a tone quite unlike my regular speaking voice, it had very much the intended effect: victory within the argument.
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


Speak it like barry white and the unction will alight the holy tongue of flame.

Mucous membranes indeed.
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The Holy Ghost,is exactly like the name. You hear a ghost like voice,which echoes and surrounds you within,like it is coming from inside.
 Quoting: Faithful & Truth


yep..a loving little kiss:)
 Quoting: Faithful & Truth


Yes, and the revitalizing Breath

John 20:22-23

And when he had said this, he breathed on them, and saith unto them; "Receive ye the Holy Ghost:

Whose soever sins ye remit, they are remitted unto them; and whose soever sins ye retain, they are retained."
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and what happens when inhibition disintegrates?

correct, alienation.

It takes an alien to know an alien.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31036731


Good point. I have been experiencing degrees of that for a while now. It is definitely increasing too. Heidi asks why I keep pursuing things if it makes me despondent to...I don't know...if it makes me miserable sometimes. lol, and that is not even in reference to the deeper aspects of me.

I want to say, "Because I can." But, it is like trying to shut off and ignoring your greatest passion when it is right there, attainable. I asked her if she could do it, not pursue her passions when it was attainable. Of course, she understood somewhat at that point.

No one ever said it would be easy.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Ahhhh yes. good tune by the 4 horsemen.

It would also be no fun. Opposites attract and thus the more of one you create the better the holiday in Cambodia.

How about some Tequila chess in Phuket?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31036731


Damn, I would love to travel like that.

You are exactly correct too, as I feel things that way as well, when you say, It would also be no fun. But, always got to keep that balance.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Yup, have sex 3 times a day and it will become the drive through rather than a fine dining establishment.

Plus it chafes the chupacabra.
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and what happens when inhibition disintegrates?

correct, alienation.

It takes an alien to know an alien.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31036731


Good point. I have been experiencing degrees of that for a while now. It is definitely increasing too. Heidi asks why I keep pursuing things if it makes me despondent to...I don't know...if it makes me miserable sometimes. lol, and that is not even in reference to the deeper aspects of me.

I want to say, "Because I can." But, it is like trying to shut off and ignoring your greatest passion when it is right there, attainable. I asked her if she could do it, not pursue her passions when it was attainable. Of course, she understood somewhat at that point.

No one ever said it would be easy.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Ahhhh yes. good tune by the 4 horsemen.

It would also be no fun. Opposites attract and thus the more of one you create the better the holiday in Cambodia.

How about some Tequila chess in Phuket?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31036731


Damn, I would love to travel like that.

You are exactly correct too, as I feel things that way as well, when you say, It would also be no fun. But, always got to keep that balance.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Create even a feeling the people wish to interact with and you will be carried.

Again, All alien pilots are buddhas.
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On 24 September 2011, the Dalai Lama issued the following statement concerning his reincarnation:

When I am about ninety I will consult the high Lamas of the Tibetan Buddhist traditions, the Tibetan public, and other concerned people who follow Tibetan Buddhism, and re-evaluate whether the institution of the Dalai Lama should continue or not. On that basis we will take a decision. If it is decided that the reincarnation of the Dalai Lama should continue and there is a need for the Fifteenth Dalai Lama to be recognized, responsibility for doing so will primarily rest on the concerned officers of the Dalai Lama’s Gaden Phodrang Trust. They should consult the various heads of the Tibetan Buddhist traditions and the reliable oath-bound Dharma Protectors who are linked inseparably to the lineage of the Dalai Lamas. They should seek advice and direction from these concerned beings and carry out the procedures of search and recognition in accordance with past tradition. I shall leave clear written instructions about this. Bear in mind that, apart from the reincarnation recognized through such legitimate methods, no recognition or acceptance should be given to a candidate chosen for political ends by anyone, including those in the People’s Republic of China.

On 3 October 2011, the Dalai Lama repeated his statement in an interview with Canadian CTV News. He added that Chinese laws banning the selection of successors based on reincarnation will not impact his decisions. "Naturally my next life is entirely up to me. No one else. And also this is not a political matter," he said in the interview. The Dalai Lama also added that he was not decided on whether he would reincarnate or if he would be the last Dalai Lama.
 Quoting: Dalai Lama


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Good point. I have been experiencing degrees of that for a while now. It is definitely increasing too. Heidi asks why I keep pursuing things if it makes me despondent to...I don't know...if it makes me miserable sometimes. lol, and that is not even in reference to the deeper aspects of me.

I want to say, "Because I can." But, it is like trying to shut off and ignoring your greatest passion when it is right there, attainable. I asked her if she could do it, not pursue her passions when it was attainable. Of course, she understood somewhat at that point.

No one ever said it would be easy.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Ahhhh yes. good tune by the 4 horsemen.

It would also be no fun. Opposites attract and thus the more of one you create the better the holiday in Cambodia.

How about some Tequila chess in Phuket?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31036731


Damn, I would love to travel like that.

You are exactly correct too, as I feel things that way as well, when you say, It would also be no fun. But, always got to keep that balance.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Yup, have sex 3 times a day and it will become the drive through rather than a fine dining establishment.

Plus it chafes the chupacabra.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31036731


lmao!

I miss traveling. I've been to every one of the states. Before I met my wife, after I graduated high school, the longest I lived in a single place was about 8 months. I moved at least 2-3 times a year.

Restless soul.
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Good point. I have been experiencing degrees of that for a while now. It is definitely increasing too. Heidi asks why I keep pursuing things if it makes me despondent to...I don't know...if it makes me miserable sometimes. lol, and that is not even in reference to the deeper aspects of me.

I want to say, "Because I can." But, it is like trying to shut off and ignoring your greatest passion when it is right there, attainable. I asked her if she could do it, not pursue her passions when it was attainable. Of course, she understood somewhat at that point.

No one ever said it would be easy.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Ahhhh yes. good tune by the 4 horsemen.

It would also be no fun. Opposites attract and thus the more of one you create the better the holiday in Cambodia.

How about some Tequila chess in Phuket?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31036731


Damn, I would love to travel like that.

You are exactly correct too, as I feel things that way as well, when you say, It would also be no fun. But, always got to keep that balance.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Create even a feeling the people wish to interact with and you will be carried.

Again, All alien pilots are buddhas.
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Damn, you have a way with words, Dion.
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you know i was in a planned short mediation a few minutes ago and when something within the meditation was placed in my mouth to ingest, i jumped, because my lips physically felt the fingers holding the something upon my lips

i like it abduct
 Quoting: aether


funny what the immaterial can get away with, no?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31036731


I feel something similar to this quite often...

It feels like I am being kissed. It comes suddenly, without warning and is over as fast as a light kiss would be.

A peck on the lips...if you will.


Good morning everyone.

Day 3 begins. The Dalai Lama will be on campus today. I have my fingers crossed he might walk through the faire. I doubt it, but I can hope.

seashell

:)
 Quoting: Seer777


Just give him a wave for me and tell him I still think he looks like the asian version of hunter s thompson.

Freakish good time prototypes born to perturb the aether are far harder to summon than one may think.
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@Seer:

You ought to try to get his autograph

groucho
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Ahhhh yes. good tune by the 4 horsemen.

It would also be no fun. Opposites attract and thus the more of one you create the better the holiday in Cambodia.

How about some Tequila chess in Phuket?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31036731


Damn, I would love to travel like that.

You are exactly correct too, as I feel things that way as well, when you say, It would also be no fun. But, always got to keep that balance.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Create even a feeling the people wish to interact with and you will be carried.

Again, All alien pilots are buddhas.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31036731


Damn, you have a way with words, Dion.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


I just try to paint pictures through my own engrained sense of idiocy.

With the fat crayons of course.
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Good point. I have been experiencing degrees of that for a while now. It is definitely increasing too. Heidi asks why I keep pursuing things if it makes me despondent to...I don't know...if it makes me miserable sometimes. lol, and that is not even in reference to the deeper aspects of me.

I want to say, "Because I can." But, it is like trying to shut off and ignoring your greatest passion when it is right there, attainable. I asked her if she could do it, not pursue her passions when it was attainable. Of course, she understood somewhat at that point.

No one ever said it would be easy.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Ahhhh yes. good tune by the 4 horsemen.

It would also be no fun. Opposites attract and thus the more of one you create the better the holiday in Cambodia.

How about some Tequila chess in Phuket?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31036731


Damn, I would love to travel like that.

You are exactly correct too, as I feel things that way as well, when you say, It would also be no fun. But, always got to keep that balance.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Create even a feeling the people wish to interact with and you will be carried.

Again, All alien pilots are buddhas.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31036731




[link to youtu.be]

....

I journeyed to the North
To hear what the preacher said
He said, "your arms are too short to box with God,
Learn these words instead",
Gold tooth reflected,
"My advice is free
There's a trick to Christian values and its compulsory."


....
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Good point. I have been experiencing degrees of that for a while now. It is definitely increasing too. Heidi asks why I keep pursuing things if it makes me despondent to...I don't know...if it makes me miserable sometimes. lol, and that is not even in reference to the deeper aspects of me.

I want to say, "Because I can." But, it is like trying to shut off and ignoring your greatest passion when it is right there, attainable. I asked her if she could do it, not pursue her passions when it was attainable. Of course, she understood somewhat at that point.

No one ever said it would be easy.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Ahhhh yes. good tune by the 4 horsemen.

It would also be no fun. Opposites attract and thus the more of one you create the better the holiday in Cambodia.

How about some Tequila chess in Phuket?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31036731


Damn, I would love to travel like that.

You are exactly correct too, as I feel things that way as well, when you say, It would also be no fun. But, always got to keep that balance.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Yup, have sex 3 times a day and it will become the drive through rather than a fine dining establishment.

Plus it chafes the chupacabra.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31036731


So.....

Tolerance?

Withdrawal, perhaps?
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Ahhhh yes. good tune by the 4 horsemen.

It would also be no fun. Opposites attract and thus the more of one you create the better the holiday in Cambodia.

How about some Tequila chess in Phuket?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31036731


Damn, I would love to travel like that.

You are exactly correct too, as I feel things that way as well, when you say, It would also be no fun. But, always got to keep that balance.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Yup, have sex 3 times a day and it will become the drive through rather than a fine dining establishment.

Plus it chafes the chupacabra.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31036731


So.....

Tolerance?

Withdrawal, perhaps?
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Repetitiveness drowns uniqueness, and the special becomes dull commonplace.
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Damn, I would love to travel like that.

You are exactly correct too, as I feel things that way as well, when you say, It would also be no fun. But, always got to keep that balance.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Create even a feeling the people wish to interact with and you will be carried.

Again, All alien pilots are buddhas.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31036731


Damn, you have a way with words, Dion.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


I just try to paint pictures through my own engrained sense of idiocy.

With the fat crayons of course.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31036731


Ignorance can stretch to the edges of the Universe, while knowledge is stuck in the light zones
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Like Gary Busey, This poor bastard tested the efficacy of the helmet laws. Some are eggs and some are bowling balls.




Some are plain scrambled.
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Ahhhh yes. good tune by the 4 horsemen.

It would also be no fun. Opposites attract and thus the more of one you create the better the holiday in Cambodia.

How about some Tequila chess in Phuket?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31036731


Damn, I would love to travel like that.

You are exactly correct too, as I feel things that way as well, when you say, It would also be no fun. But, always got to keep that balance.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Yup, have sex 3 times a day and it will become the drive through rather than a fine dining establishment.

Plus it chafes the chupacabra.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31036731


So.....

Tolerance?

Withdrawal, perhaps?
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


Sometimes we need to burn to feel the cool indifference.
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Re: X Marks the Spot
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Damn, I would love to travel like that.

You are exactly correct too, as I feel things that way as well, when you say, It would also be no fun. But, always got to keep that balance.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Yup, have sex 3 times a day and it will become the drive through rather than a fine dining establishment.

Plus it chafes the chupacabra.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31036731


So.....

Tolerance?

Withdrawal, perhaps?
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


Repetitiveness drowns uniqueness, and the special becomes dull commonplace.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Indeed

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Alexander's hypothesis was that drugs do not cause addiction,
and that the apparent addiction to opiate drugs commonly
observed in laboratory rats exposed to it is attributable to
their living conditions, and not to any addictive property of
the drug itself. He told the Canadian Senate in 2001 that
prior experiments in which laboratory rats were kept
isolated in cramped metal cages, tethered to a self-
injection apparatus, show only that "severely distressed
animals, like severely distressed people, will relieve their
distress pharmacologically if they can."

To test his hypothesis, Alexander built Rat Park, an 8.8 m2
(95 sq ft) housing colony, 200 times the square footage of a
standard laboratory cage. There were 16–20 rats of both
sexes in residence, an abundance of food, balls and wheels
for play, and enough space for mating and raising litters.
[3]:166 The results of the experiment appeared to support
his hypothesis. Rats who had been forced to consume morphine
hydrochloride for 57 consecutive days were brought to Rat
Park and given a choice between plain tap water and water
laced with morphine. For the most part, they chose the plain
water. "Nothing that we tried," Alexander wrote, "...
produced anything that looked like addiction in rats that
were housed in a reasonably normal environment."
[1] Control
groups of rats isolated in small cages consumed much more
morphine in this and several subsequent experiments.


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 Quoting: Rat Park [link to en.wikipedia.org]


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