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    What do SJ's who take drugs look like?

    And for that matter, wouldn't a Sensor who chronically uses drugs ( like the hallucinogenic type) start taking on more intuitive qualities?

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    A hallucination is just a sensation, so I don't think that would make anyone more intuitive per se.

    Weed might.

    But most of these drugs won't have a permanent psychological effect after being taken.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Magic Poriferan View Post
    A hallucination is just a sensation, so I don't think that would make anyone more intuitive per se.

    Weed might.

    But most of these drugs won't have a permanent psychological effect after being taken.
    http://www.treatmentsolutionsnetwork...ushroom-study/

    "Researchers found that 60% of the 51 participants experienced a measurable personality change lasting at least a year because of the drugs. Participants became more open about their feelings, more imaginative, and more in tune to abstract ideas and aesthetics. Participants who underwent the personality change also felt a mystical experience from the hallucinogen, or “a sense of interconnectedness with all people and things accompanied by a sense of sacredness and reverence.”

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    Quote Originally Posted by chana View Post
    http://www.treatmentsolutionsnetwork...ushroom-study/

    "Researchers found that 60% of the 51 participants experienced a measurable personality change lasting at least a year because of the drugs. Participants became more open about their feelings, more imaginative, and more in tune to abstract ideas and aesthetics. Participants who underwent the personality change also felt a mystical experience from the hallucinogen, or “a sense of interconnectedness with all people and things accompanied by a sense of sacredness and reverence.”
    I knew it!

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    That's one study, and we know that each study has at least one opposing study.

    If you're looking to develop your intuitive side, I don't suggest using hallucinogens :P... I mean

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    Quote Originally Posted by swordpath View Post
    That's one study, and we know that each study has at least one opposing study.

    If you're looking to develop your intuitive side, I don't suggest using hallucinogens :P... I mean
    okay, find one then

    honestly, i think trying mushrooms once would be a good experience for a lot of people. not everyone, because you have to be in the right mental state. not to sound cliche, but it really can open your mind to certain ways of thinking. it's probably the only drug other than weed i'd recommend to anyone.

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    I've heard that a lot, and I don't doubt that drugs such as mushrooms can really change one's thinking and perception in an interesting and even desirable way. I still would never personally recommend anyone to start down the path of drug experimentation. That stuff has claimed too many victims.

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    Quote Originally Posted by swordpath View Post
    That's one study, and we know that each study has at least one opposing study.

    If you're looking to develop your intuitive side, I don't suggest using hallucinogens :P... I mean
    I'm not looking to take drugs (if I do I'm doing them with @chana ) but I think Jimi Hendrix was a Sensor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Giggly View Post
    I'm not looking to take drugs (if I do I'm doing them with @chana ) but I think Jimi Hendrix was a Sensor.
    some of the people i know who are most into hallucinogens are ISFPs, which makes sense to me. (that's what i think jimi hendrix was too.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by chana View Post
    some of the people i know who are most into hallucinogens are ISFPs, which makes sense to me. (that's what i think jimi hendrix was too.)
    Me too!

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