Enjoy getting high? Fancy broadening your horizons with a few stoner time activates? Then check out our top 5 list of things to do whilst high! The complete TOP 10 is available at zamnesia.com/blog
10. DO NOTHING
Yes, it’s odd for a top 10 list of “things to do” to start with „do nothing“, but seriously – this is an art by itself. Observe your mind, take and deep breath and simply relax into the flow of the moment. You’re alive, and you’re stoned.
9. FEEL THE ENERGY: DANCE, DO YOGA OR MEDITATE
Cannabis tends to fine tune the body’s energies. This is not for every stoner out there, but those with body sensitivity often notice a heightened awareness of the flow of energies within the body. After all, cannabis has a long history of spiritual use. Meditation, breathing exercises, and yoga take on a new level. And for the more active ones: Dance in the flow…
8. MERGE WITH THE MUSIC
This is a classic. What we call music all of a sudden transforms into a three dimensional organism emanating from the speakers, taking you on a journey into fantastic realms. Music ceases to be entertainment – it becomes a living soundscape that takes your mind on a journey. Whatever music you’re into will work for you – but new music tends to blow the mind most. If you’re looking for new electronic beats, artists like Kaminanda and Ott will not fail to amaze.
7. JAM OUT
If listening to music simply not enough, pick up an instrument and get going yourself. It gets better the more people join in on the adventure, and of course the more practice you have on an instrument the further it takes you. A Djembe is a great way to go tribal as you get the hang of it pretty quickly.
6. GET LOST IN THE WOODS
Exploring mother nature at night or day will make you feel like Alice in Wonderland. Nature is quite a trip without weed, but when you’re in the clouds enjoying a serene lake or strolling through a sunny forest is like being in a fairy tale. Also, riding a bike is the thing that comes closest to flying.The article with the complete TOP 10 is available at zamnesia.com/blog or HERE