Cocaine and the buzz off

people take cocaine to get the feeling, i get naturally


I can get kind of euphoric for a while when I get off my med’s. Those memories make it a danger that I will get off my med’s.

a natrul high is eurphoric, i will it on…a higher couniness…its better than any drug fueled high

my theory is, simply if you hit rock bottom in a mental state in life, you can also hit the oppisite, which is where i am now, higher than high

Higher consciousness is the consciousness of a higher Self, transcendental reality, or God. It is “the part of the human being that is capable of transcending animal instincts”.[1] The concept developed in German Idealism, and is a central notion in contemporary popular spirituality. There is extra level of awareness that is only found in some cases. This ability to know how people are intending their thoughts is a step closer to complete knowledge of people’s thoughts or telepathy.

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i have ‘‘life’’ sussed out haha

I’ve tried cocaine.

My hypomanias are 10 times better. Yet also potentially as destructive and reckless

Coke is dumb.

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my highs are being controlled

I don’t miss cocaine nor want its high naturally, thank you very much.

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Bet your not the drug cartell’s favorite man.

Cocaine just made me hyper… agitated and paranoid. Running and never getting anywhere.

The euphoric manic spike is much more amazing.

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Cocaine is a hundred times better than schizophrenia to me. But it’s extremely dangerous. I think you have a false euphoria. Or maybe your manic. But I’ve tried cocaine and I’ve tried schizophrenia. Being an addict myself, I can’t recommend cocaine to anyone. But schizophrenia has never made me feel good in any way. Never.