posted on Aug, 5 2009 @ 05:59 PM
reply to post by Picollo30
Can a pill make you achieve a different state of conciousness
In my opinion, absolutely. First off, I'm not a proffessional but I have stopped taking certain meds before because of the strange experiences I had
while taking them and just for the record, it was prescription meds, taken in normal prescribed doses, lol. Just didn't want to give anyone the idea
that I was poppin pills, hehehe. So anyway, I'm fairly certain I had an out of body experience on one med and it was an antibiotic! I've also
tried several different anti-anxiety meds and on one of them, at least three times a week, I would have dreams that would come true the very next day.
I also felt more psychically aware all the time. My theory is that antidepressants and anti-anxiety meds quieten the mind so that it is able to tune
into other things.
You mentioned that your grandmother passed away. First of all, I'm very sorry to here that.
I just wanted to share an experience with you.
When I was four, my father passed away. I was at home with my aunt at the time, and at the exact moment that he passed, a wind blew through the whole
house, blowing the curtains around and then over top of the bed that I was sleeping in. My aunt was laying down with me so that's how I know. She
told me about it. Now, I'm not saying that this is for sure your grandmother and I hope that suggesting that it could be doesn't upset you because
that is truly not my intention. If you fear that you may have the same experience again and you think there is a possibility that it could be your
grandmother, you can tell her aloud that you love her, but you wish to not be disturbed in your sleep because it scares you.
My condolences to you and yours and I hope that life calms down for you and gets less stressful! (((HUGS)))