I've been experimenting with psychedelics a little bit for the past couple of years but I still don't quite understand how to use them. It was never a recreational thing, but a solitary learning experience for the sake spiritual/introspective insights or self development. I first realized the power of the mushroom when I used them on a camping trip. For a long time I was stuck on an old relationship that kept haunting me. During the peak of my trip I dived deep into these memories and was able to finally begin the process of truly letting them all go. This happened over a month ago and the lessons have still stuck with me. A couple of weeks ago I found myself with an intense porn addiction once again, for the first time in years. I was looking at it for several hours a day if not more, it spiraled out of control very fast. I didn't know how to stop, in a sort of hail mary attempt I decided to take 4 grams of mushrooms on an empty stomach. I wasn't in a good state of mind, but I was willing to take the chance of a bad trip if it meant helping the addiction. It was a very intense trip and I was having profound insights almost beyond my ability to retain or put into words. All I know is that shortly after the trip ended, I began to quickly lose interest in all of the porn, and since then it's been almost 2 weeks cold turkey. Now of course 2 weeks isn't shit, but it's a start. If I find myself slipping again, I might just have to take another dose. They seem to "reset" my mind in a very real way, losing attachment to all my beliefs and desires, and let me connect with my reality once again. I'm not suggesting everyone here take mushrooms or some other psychedelic, but if nothing else is working for you, it might not be a bad option. I probably wouldn't recommend LSD by the way...the purpose of this is not for "fun" you might need to have a few bad trips to be able to put a stop to all of this. These substances reveal your inner landscape and if you're struggling with an addiction, it's going to be a rough ride. Sometimes unpleasant experiences are necessary to gain realistic perspectives about your life.