Don’t surround yourself with exploitative people. They don’t have the brain power to see/feel other peoples perspectives. I feel empathy for these type and have learned to keep my distance.
517 minutes ago
Okay, honestly I really get tired of finding posts using my work that not only don't credit me as the original artist, but write random quotes over top of it without asking permission. Please respect the artist and credit them. Please always ask permission to use something. I know this is the internet and things make their way around but it makes it hard when people never credit you, especially when you are trying to make a living off of your art. The worst part is I have no idea who originally posted this edit and I probably never will.
2727 minutes ago
Mandurah is a city on the southwest coast of Western Australia. It’s known for the Peel-Harvey Estuary with its abundant wildlife and migratory waterbirds.
Collaboration with 👉 @vicinity360 👈
TrackID: DJ Basilisk – Heliocentric
This is the sound of summer: sixteen upbeat tracks smoothly mixed into a journey that softly builds from thoughtful grooves toward an energetic peak. The introduction is purposefully sedate, though Cosma’s song rapidly catalyses the emotional power of the developing storyline. The mix keeps on pumping steadily until Jaïa’s From Tokyo, when a funky tribal twist alters the trajectory and sends the mix spiralling up into the full-on morning trance style of Psypilot and Mr. Peculiar. The last track is a winning remix of an old classic which is sure to leave one with a lingering sense of residual warmth and satisfaction. Heliocentric is my second shot at a harmonic mix, blending melodies in complimentary keys for the majority of the transitions between tracks. This allows me to mix for longer periods of time, enriching the flow with a greater degree of musicality. Enjoy!
You never did let me down
When I wore my psychedelic gown,
Gave me strength to stand up again
Made my once broken heart forget about all the pain.
Still I'm hurt when you’re not around
In you—the peace and love I found.
I wanted you to stay forever;
And leave me never
But now you broke my little heart
For a ****** thing thinking you smart
And now I end up broken apart
For you, it was an endless art.
This happens every single day
And then you want to come back for fcuk sakes!!!! I'm such a fool to accept you back
'Cause you've got all that I goddamn lacked.
Isn’t it strange how we don’t hear much about the women who have impacted the field of psychedelic healing and research? In looking at the history it appears that women have been deleted all together (like most fields). In modern day we hear more women’s voices in psychedelics but in the public view it is still mostly white, middle aged men. It was a huge topic of discussion at psychedelic science 2017. Women in the research studies... feeling like their voices weren’t heard, feeling pushed out of the studies, deemed as less knowledgeable. I too experienced many male egos...questioning, doubting, belittling my wisdom and experience in the field. Why does this happen? Sure, men are more likely to take risks and try psychedelics. Women are oppressed by the patriarchal forces and don’t feel (as safe) in the world. It takes us time and a lot of healing to feel safe to surrender control in the way that is required with psychedelics. I’m wondering why men are blindly allowing the field that represents a progressive and harmonious potential future of humanity are complacently allowing women to be pushed out. It’s time for all of us to wake up and use our voices to make changes in the world. So long as we silently go along with injustice we are creating it. Luckily for women, psychedelics allow us to heal these wounds and develop a deep bond with the earths wisdom and our own intuition, emotional intelligence, empower our spirit, and embody the divine grace of unconditional love on the planet. I know for a fact that women have had and continue to have a huge impact on the field and I want these voices to be heard. If this resonates for you, don’t hesitate to reach out. Together we are powerful, it’s time for our voices to be heard.
This artwork is Maria Sabina, she was a Mexican medicine woman who introduced The Children to the west. The children were psilocybin mushrooms. She worked with many famous artists and musicians of the 60s. The end of her story is tragic and colonial. She died with regret of introducing the west to the children💔 May we learn from our past and step lightly into our future. With deep reverence and respect for these holy medicines 🙏🏼