There's a word we use in American English two mean two opposite things. There are a handful of words like this in English with some special name, like cleave and cleave. Cleave means both to "cling to" (as cleavage clings to the chest) and to "cut off" as with a cleaver (a big chopping knife).
|The Eye of Wisdom doped up on crack...|
|The Mass Meditation Initiative is a massive group meditation and concert and art festival|
|Danny from Wasted Youth|
|In the Realm of Hungry Ghosts|
|The Mass Meditation Initiative - presented by DisclosureFest.org|
|Vimanas get you high, literally.|
Maybe the only good "drugs," if there are any, are entheogens (things that release the divine or theos within), DMT-stimulators, like harmaline, low dose LSD, iboga, mescaline, psilocybin, ayahuasca (yage or natema, a DMT brew of three Amazonian ingredients), Syrian rue.
Maybe this is the only correct use of the word "high." But don't count on it catching on. We're lazy about language in the US, and as whip-smart Marilyn Manson famously says: "Drug abusers give drug users a bad name" or something like that. We're lazy about language.
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