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The pill of happiness. Music and LSD have more in common than you might think. Distinguished by its heavenly symphonies, music has been known to induce a connected feeling of euphoria. Meanwhile, lysergic acid diethylamide–simply called LSD–triggers changes in the brain, heightening emotions and intuitive thinking. By temporarily inhibiting the threshold point of normal conscious existence, though producing an altered state of awareness comes with the potential for more extreme effects. As a result, many consider these controlled substances dangerous for recreational use. Nonetheless, both music and LSD pills have compelling capabilities to connect individuals to greater perceptions that penetrate timeless materials of expression and thinking; inspiration has no boundaries.
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LSD has been associated with music since the 60s; on a neurological level, many researchers have found that psychedelic drugs enhance your experience, feelings, visions and emotions whilst listening to music.

Music therapist from the 60s first started experimenting with their psychedelic therapy by incorporating music at the same time. Music plays such an important role in re-training the brain to release the chemical reaction or the association to LSD. For this type of therapy to work the motion is to create a new experience so that the music is not familiar, it has to be original so that the mind releases the thought pattern of needing LSD to take them to the place of Nevada.

Transcendence, imagination, visions and power are the emotional release experienced on LSD when one listens to music that vibrates on the higher frequency of love, sexuality, inspiration and courage. Ambient and classical sounds have been known to take the individual to a higher conscious connection, allowing the mind to freely experiment with their inner and outer world, creating a hallucination of an experience involving something that seems real and apparent but not present.

The “spiritual type” of experience is the most popular association with music and LSD, this type of trip allows your mind to wonder, and experiment with the intensified feeling of transcendence by slowing your movement and heart rate down, therefore releasing happy endorphins when music is played.

Dependent on the music beat and rhythm the effects of LSD can activate vivid eyes- closed imagery; this moment is when the third eye activates self-reflection, identity, and freedom. Uncluttered from any fixed knowledge about the way things are supposed to be, music will encourage this psychedelic experience to be free and explore new possibilities. Just like a movie being played out on a screen, inside the complexcity of our imagination.
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