Boundless Reflections

“I think I’m just trying to make a metaphor for my experiences with ketamine and meta-cognition – like being able to think about your thinking. So it’s like meta-awareness, or a hyper-awareness more than anything. But that’s asking way too much of people. It sort of gets lost on most people. It’s not an institutional thing in education where we get taught about our feelings and how to deal with them and how to think about our thoughts. It’s like, learn about this fake history and some fucken trigonometry.”