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    Hello SPs, first time posting here and was wondering how many of you guys smoke pot? I know it's kind of a strange subject but I really started to think about it, who really gives a sh*t which type is most likely to drink. Drinking doesn't make you feel anything like pot, pot premotes creativity and for the most part peaceful. I thought I would ask here because i figured there are probably a few pot smoking SP's on this forum who might have something to say about this topic..

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    Ha. I don't think this is type related.
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    All types smoke it... I think ISFP might fit the stoner stereotype the best though. At least of the SPs.

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    Anyone who values thought.

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    Anyone who values getting fat and being retarded.

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    Quote Originally Posted by superunknown View Post
    Anyone who values thought.
    I dunno, I seem to be pretty good at thinking without smoking pot. I wouldn't say it helped me think, it just made me focus more on sensations in my environment. Like, having a hyperfocus on food or music. That was cool, to a point, but I can get stuff kind of like that through meditation from time to time.

    It didn't really help me think of crazy wild ideas, because I seem to be able to do that without it. I suspect it works differently on different people, especially because there are different strains and whatnot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by msg_v2 View Post
    I dunno, I seem to be pretty good at thinking without smoking pot. I wouldn't say it helped me think, it just made me focus more on sensations in my environment. Like, having a hyperfocus on food or music. That was cool, to a point, but I can get stuff kind of like that through meditation from time to time.

    It didn't really help me think of crazy wild ideas, because I seem to be able to do that without it. I suspect it works differently on different people, especially because there are different strains and whatnot.
    I have never smoked pot, but I have quite a few friends who I think do. There is a whole movement that altered states heighten consciousness and that there are conspiracies to stop it. Seeing concepts from new perspectives is incredibly important and perhaps some people achieve this with pot. I think there are many ways to achieve altered states without substances. I currently going through an intense form of therapy (EMDR) that uses a technique that is a little different from hypnosis, but definitely creates an altered state in the mind by linking the deep brain, the amygdala, with the frontal cortex. I suspect there are many other ways to explore and connect various parts of the brain w/o substances. Our minds are so full of false assumptions that new perspectives are important.

    I would support the legalization of pot and tend to not judge people's personal choices. I think there is a sacred boundary of the personal space I don't have any motivation to start smoking pot, but I suppose there are some circumstances in which I would. I'm not certain what those would be and I'm not planning on putting myself in that position.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fia View Post
    I would support the legalization of pot and tend to not judge people's personal choices. I think there is a sacred boundary of the personal space I don't have any motivation to start smoking pot, but I suppose there are some circumstances in which I would. I'm not certain what those would be and I'm not planning on putting myself in that position.
    Same here. I just don't like it being put forward as something everyone needs to do.
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