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I Quit My Job

Published April 4, 2014 in 2014 goals - 12 Comments

Yup. Just up and left. I had been pretending to work for a while. Whatever male hamster excuse I can make up doesn’t matter. I wasn’t happy there so I did something about it.  In the week since I haven’t done much of anything. No new blog posts. A lot of thinking and ideas, not much action.

I did trip on mushrooms on Saturday. And by trip I mean I went to another dimension. I saw my spirit guide telling me to let go and truly love myself. I felt the world ending and complete happiness. I understood everything about creation and screamed “I AM GOD” at the top of my lungs. I was so far gone that it was like I was watching a movie of myself. Fucking weird. I still haven’t fully come to terms with what I experienced and can’t wait to do it again at about half the dose I took on Saturday. I can say that for the most part, my first week of freedom has been a wash. Ya I’ve been to the gym every day. But I also have been eating too many calories. Ya I’ve had more free time, but I’ve been misusing it terribly. What I say I want to get do and what I end up doing are complete opposites.

I say I want to write my first book, start making youtube videos, quit smoking, get shredded and start increasing my income.

But what I end up doing is fucking off online, smoking cigarettes (because they “help me think”, bullshit jeremy and you know it).

I thought the mushroom trip would have all the answers for me, but by taking so much and warping into the subconscious dimension,  the trip wasn’t as productive as I envisioned. It was still eye opening for sure. But not as life changing as I had hoped. There was a point about an hour in to my trip where I had come to logical conclusions about life and existence, but that went out the window when it really kicked in.  I’ll prolly write a whole separate post about the trip just to help myself make sense of it all so I won’t get into too much detail here.

So where do I go from here?

I have the vision in my head. It’s just a matter of putting it into action and exercising my will power over distraction.  I should prolly get back to my 21 Points of Glory mode now that I have all the time in the world, excuses won’t fly anymore. It’s put up or shut up.

So my next post will be an updated 21 points to glory freedom edition.

Stay tuned.

Sploosh out.






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thebastardson - April 4, 2014 Reply

Half of the epiphanies I’ve ran into with the help of shrooms have left me 5 minutes later. Completely lost to the next random thing that pops up. I rarely trip but when I do I try to plan it out. As much that is possible anyways. I’ve been planning on doing them by myself for a while, but I haven’t found any at the right times. Reading this makes me want to do it even more. Good luck man.

    Jsploosh - April 4, 2014 Reply

    Ya I must have had 5 or 6 epiphanies before I got a little too trippy. But I also took 7g’s. I still have 1/8 left that I’m saving for a rainy day. That will hopefully be a little more under control compared to this one.

Keanu - April 4, 2014 Reply

I quit my job last summer as well. Best decision I ever made. What are you planning on doing in the interim?

    Jsploosh - April 4, 2014 Reply

    Good for you.

    I’m working on a few projects that I hope to establish some income, not necessarily passive, but steady. So now it’s just a matter of discipline, which is exactly what my post about to drop in 7 minutes is about.

    What allowed you to quit your job and what have you been doing since?

Zelcorpion - April 4, 2014 Reply

You can have similar experiences with far greater control than via mushrooms by spiritual exercises and controlled out of body experiences. Some spiritual paths like the Sufis and others used special mixtures to leave the body, but they basically used it only for initial experiences in order to whet the appetite. Then they went ahead and put in self-discipline via daily exercises to replicate those experiences in a controlled fashion.

BTW – not easy to be motivated either by the current mindless job-climate as well as the absurdity of the corporate world.

    Jsploosh - April 4, 2014 Reply

    I would love to be able to reach that level without the aid of shrooms. Do you have any sources I can research?

      Doktor Bill - April 4, 2014 Reply

      Read all of Carlos Casteneda. He’s mostly an idiot, but pay attention to the tecniques Don Juan is teaching him-especially ‘Dreaming’.

Doktor Bill - April 4, 2014 Reply

Oh ya, Don’t quit tobacco cold-turkey. Hawaiian Libertarian has a great post about it. Taper off. Bon Chance on yer foocha!

C. M. Sturges - April 4, 2014 Reply

Holy crap, the convos we had in NO really got you to thinking that working was useless? Good luck to you my brother and you know you have a place here on my little island.

    Jsploosh - April 4, 2014 Reply

    No they made me realize it’s time to work for myself.

    And you know I’ll be there right before it hits the fan Uncle Mitch.

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