The world is an interference pattern between colliding waves of Truth and Beauty, and either one of them pure from the source and undiluted by the other will be fatal. It is non-addictive, non-toxic, and in its classical forms, produces no physical or psychological harm to the users. Its effects are likened to ecstasy with heightened visual imagery, increased bodily awareness and sensitivity and an increased sex drive. It stores the experience in pieces all over the brain, but does not complete the integration into memory. He has endeared himself to the psychedelic community by way of his earnest and sci-fi-like descriptions of DMT, which has helped to assemble a new psychedelic vocabulary. Even with these advantages for personal integration brought about by high levels of the modulating neurotransmitters serotonin and dopamine affecting the GABA system, there is yet another significant advantage ayahuasca gives to this psychotherapeutic process. Everything had been transformed into orgasm and visible, chattering oceans of elf language. I looked away from the fluid and away from my companion, so intense was her aura of strangeness. I begged for more, became ever more immersed in indescribable gratitude and utter joy such as I had never even hoped to know. At present the legal issues and lack of medical support and understanding around its use leave much of that potential unexplored. So please, before adding anything to the list below or describing any existing tropes as Truth In Television, think for a moment: One reason experiences remain repressed is people become behaviorally conditioned to avoiding re-experiencing them.