When I can't seem to wake up in the morning I drive on roads with less traffic that I can go a bit fast while blaring 90's pop music such as: Aqua, Toy Box, The Boomtang Boys, Venga Boys Eiffel 65, Basshunter, Ace of Base, DJ Sammy, Cascada, Dragoste And all the other greats!
Are you low on vitamins? Energy drinks have a lot of B vitamins and other essentials and so do many flu pills and a caffeine content no higher than a strong cup of tea (well red bull anyway). Maybe your body is tryna tell ya something man.
Never really felt anything else other than sadness or happiness from a movie, felt scared at age 7 watching the exorcist though but no movie comes close to providing an fear laced adrenalin rush, eh, at the most a little uncomfortable. If you know of any particularly scary movie, do tell.
Try some chilli's man! Way more painful and WAY more endorphins! Search "trinidad scorpian chilli" on youtube and see for yourself, Altough I would recommend starting with a birds eye or at the very most a scotch bonnet to begin with!
Although I am a fan of spicy food and do it chili peppers, I have never heard of this technique, but I have to say that the body saying that you are in pain does actually put you in a lot of pain. I have a high pain tolerance, but find that simply poking myself with a toothpick has better results than slicing myself up with a razor.
Really, you can get buzzed from endorphins so much easier that poking or slicing yourself. Don't do that shit! Go to your cupboard and grab a tea spoon of ceyanne pepper or chilli pepper, stick it in some yogurt! Eat and enjoy that endorphin rush. Or go buy a particularly hot chilli (As I said, Birds eye or scotch bonnet) de seed them if you want your first time and eat it whole, make sure to swollow before the 15 second mark and enjoy the burn, sweat and the following rush of happy chemicals!
Stop cutting yourself! Thats just a way to get attention, You arn't gaining anything from mutilating yourself. I've been cut badly in accident and I'm fucked if I felt anything else than pain.
What, when your lying in bed stiff as a board screaming in agony. Or maybe that's just me... I get ya though, exercise can make you feel amazing although I favour indoor resistance training over cardio because I have trouble putting on weight.
Well, Most people need to practice a shit load! Took me 4 months my my first induced lucid dream and after laying off the practice they stop fairly quickly, like 2 maybe three weeks. I do have random lucid dreams but I could count them on both hands, tbh.
Meditation is fantastic, Sometimes it almost feels opiate like for me. I want to try the heavy breathing exercise thing (can't remember the actual name) , Sounds like a great way to getting buzzed.
I have heard that lucid dreaming was some thing that was difficult, I didn't even know I could do it till I was told about lucid dreaming. I thought the ability to control a dream was normal. I donot control all my dreams face it sometimes they are fun. I can stop a nightmare in it's track by telling myself to change the channel. I will also tell myself what parts of a dream are important to remember. Like I said I didn't know that there was anything special about lucid dreaming. Any kind of breathing exercises can get you buzzed it is a great way to handle stress. I am always telling people to breath, I normally get a wierd look but some people will do it.
A good cry could help to lift the soul sometimes. Good music and lots of drinks help as well. When there's so much pain, it's hard to recognize the high when it hits me, but crying is always enough to tire me out so for that time when I am exhausted, at least I don't feel as much.
I aint got shit to cry about at the moment and its hard for me unless I have some kind of major life change or traumatic event going on. How do you induce crying? lol. And if your crying out of actual pain isn't that more like relief than actually getting high? Hmm.
Well, it's easy to induce crying if you're an emotional person, I suppose! I can listen to sad music and cry for hours. And after that, I feel so much relief ... which gets me feeling better ("high") and drinking just gets me feeling sooo much better after that.
I've not resort to that for a long time as I am trying to curb my drinking habits, but months ago, I was doing it almost every day.
I like adventure sports, like white water rafting, mountain climbing, caving, and such. There is no feeling like looking a class V rapid in the face, dipping down towards the hole and facing possibly immediate death. Some day I also want to skydive. Man vs. nature is a high for me!