Microdosing is taking 10 to 25% of a dose so that you can get some cognitive benefits. What I started noticing when I microdose is something extremely phenomenal. The colors become more intense when you microdose. I focus better when I do it. It's something that you shouldn't do all the time because you gain tolerance very fast.
You'll have more intense focus. When you do work, it feels as though you're in Adderall. You’d think it would be the opposite since it's a psychedelic. You're doing it at such a low level that you don't lose yourself.
Your sense of self is still attached. When I do it, it feels like I have an extra antenna on my head. It feels like I have an extra sense, but not like a psychic. You're able to read people extremely well.
I like to think of myself as someone who reads people well, but not like this. When you take shrooms, you're feeling emotions. It's like you're reading a children's book. You're interacting with people and you can sense what they feel. You can sense their internal state.
What's more amazing about it is you feel a high sense of compassion towards people. You feel a lot of compassion. It's amazing because it helps you connect with people.
Microdosing will also make you friendlier. If you are antisocial, it makes you more social. It makes me want to talk to people more - not just in a romantic way but in a friendly way.
What I like about it is you become more transparent. You see your inner state a lot more clearly, but without the added benefit of having your rational mind. You are tripping so much that you don't have the rational ability to explore and question your beliefs.
When you take psychedelics in small doses, you're able to experience your inner state clearly. It's like you keep looking inside yourself and you're able to understand your experience better.
It’s like you have a microscope to your experience. Your ego isn't as strong when you microdose. You're able to observe your emotions at a deeper level.
You become vulnerable in terms of emotion. You cry more. You have more propensity to cry not out of pain, but out of joy. You may even cry because the emotion requires you to cry. Maybe you wouldn't have cried because you had an ego of not crying. You cry more because you allow yourself to experience whatever it is you're trying to avoid. You become more transparent and more vulnerable to yourself.
That enables you to become more friendly towards yourself. You express your emotions better. You're more honest. You feel your emotions at a more accurate level.
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