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Old 02-05-2013, 11:38 PM #1
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Deep Stoner Thoughts

One thing that has always fascinated me about enjoying the fruits of our hobby (smoking the fine marijuana we grow), is the deep meditative type thinking we tend to fall into afterwards. Where we find ourselves figuring out things intuitively that once stumped us, or we have thoughts and ideas that seem like great epiphanies or revelations from seemingly out of nowhere. As if somehow the state of being high unlocks something in our psyche that allows us access to knowledge outside of ourselves.

Of course more often then not, when revisiting these thoughts in a more sober light, we find that our thoughts and ideas tend to have serious flaws in them or we now forget pieces of the puzzle and it no longer makes sense. Every now and then though I think we do stumble on true gems of thought that are worth preserving.

To that end I thought it might be interesting to create this thread as a place where any of us can come when we're stoned and these thoughts are active in our minds and record them. Hopefully in the end we'll have built up a collection of thoughts and ideas that may be of value to others. At the very least it should also make for interesting discussion around the smoking table.

I'll start with this. Over the years we've seen various studies that strongly suggest marijuana might be capable of doing some pretty significant things medically. One study suggests it might help prevent memory loss and dementia in people prone to alzhiemers or to slow down the advance of dementia in people who are already suffering from it. Other studies and treatments strongly suggest that marijuana can slow, reverse and in effect cure some types of cancer or even prevent cancer from developing. Unfortunately due to the politics that work against marijuana none of these things ever really get tested the way they should and so these medical benefits go largely ignored even though marijuana gets used medically in many other ways with good results.

Well it occurs to me that at this point in time we'll soon be seeing a flood of people who grew up in the hippie generation, when everyone was smoking marijuana, into retirement and the age when these things that marijuana may help with usually present themselves. Wouldn't it be something if for the next decade or so we saw a sharp decline in alzheimers and cancer because of all those people who've enjoyed marijuana most of their lives resisting those afflictions in their retirement years?
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Can there be any doubt that if the world's politicians, ESPECIALLY the United State politicians, were sharing a puff or two of ganja instead of martinis (substitute any alcohol here) during their days...that the world would be a better and safer place?
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One thing that has always fascinated me about enjoying the fruits of our hobby (smoking the fine marijuana we grow), is the deep meditative type thinking we tend to fall into afterwards. Where we find ourselves figuring out things intuitively that once stumped us, or we have thoughts and ideas that seem like great epiphanies or revelations from seemingly out of nowhere. As if somehow the state of being high unlocks something in our psyche that allows us access to knowledge outside of ourselves.

Of course more often then not, when revisiting these thoughts in a more sober light we find that our thoughts and ideas tend to have serious flaws in them or we now forget pieces of the puzzle and it no longer make sense. Every now and then though I think we do stumble on true gems of thought that are worth preserving.
I find this process quoted here quite fascinating and have pondered it as well. I think when we are high, the creativity which flows is of a more universal source, a truth if you will. There is less of the individual'sego in that moment, and more of the pure truth/silioquy/revalation shit. Less of us and our bs rather than it being some superpower type state of mind.
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Rambling stoner revelations?

Awesome. Count me in.

I've noticed that now that I'm closer to the end of my life expectancy than the beginning, I tend to look at things much differently than when I was coming up and raising a family. I get high every day and I do a lot of thinking. Amongst all those thoughts, I come up with a "revelation" now and again. Next time I do, I'll try to remember to pop in and post again.
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the other day my buddy smoked a bit too much of my stuff and after several minutes of silence and puzzled look on his face he finally speaks and says something along the lines of "do you think if unicorns ever existed that people ate them?" not all of us are deep intelligent thinkers while stoned lol
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I find this process quoted here quite fascinating and have pondered it as well. I think when we are high, the creativity which flows is of a more universal source, a truth if you will. There is less of the individual'sego in that moment, and more of the pure truth/silioquy/revalation shit. Less of us and our bs rather than it being some superpower type state of mind.
Well I didn't mean to imply a superpower state of mind so much as perhaps thoughts are just out there in a dimension somewhere. That once they are formed they continue to exist and can be tapped into under the right conditions. That then could explain those times where we get thoughts that seem completely out of line with our usual thought process and/or experiences.
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I've noticed that now that I'm closer to the end of my life expectancy than the beginning, I tend to look at things much differently than when I was coming up and raising a family. I get high every day and I do a lot of thinking. Amongst all those thoughts, I come up with a "revelation" now and again. Next time I do, I'll try to remember to pop in and post again. View Image
Perfect, that's exactly what I'm hoping you and others will do, thanks in advance for your contributions.
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the other day my buddy smoked a bit too much of my stuff and after several minutes of silence and puzzled look on his face he finally speaks and says something along the lines of "do you think if unicorns ever existed that people ate them?" not all of us are deep intelligent thinkers while stoned lol
Nor do all of us have deep intellectual thoughts each and every time we smoke. Who knows, maybe it's strain dependent? Maybe only certain strains unlock the deep thoughts while other strains unlock silly thoughts? My favorite along the lines of your friend's unicorn question is, "If you choked a smurf what color would his face turn from lack of oxygen?"
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I think pot turns off your inner critic, and allows you to entertain thought you might otherwise dismiss. Same thing happens right before you go to sleep. That's why people like Paul McCartney keep a note book beside the bed.
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