Have You Ever Done MDMA?


Have you ever done the drug, MDMA?

I have...probably about 10 times in my life if I were to guess.

It’s the only “hard drug” I’ve tried that I enjoy.

Why do I enjoy it?

Because it’s the “love drug.”

MDMA connects you with your highest self...or so it feels like it for most people while they’re on it.

But it does not give the unconditional connection myself and everyone else is looking for because with the “up” always comes some form of “down.”

When you come down you typically feel lower than you felt before you took the drug, causing a potential dependency if you take the drug enough.

I don’t do MDMA, or any drug very often at all because I don’t feel I need the love-connection I get from it. For me, it’s like a roller coaster ride at an amusement park. I don’t need it, but it can be fun to go on from time to time if I feel like I want to do it.

But I don’t need it.


I’ve learned ways to create the feeling of “impeccable bliss” by consciously focusing myself into that state.

Breathing, mind control, meditation, basic quantum physics education, and a desire to be the best Bron I can possibly be is what got me here.

If you know me personally you may have noticed that I spend most of my moments in a state of extreme bliss, not by chance or with the use of drugs, but by deliberate choice to experience life like that.

I suffer sometimes, and I embrace those times because they are always followed by an opportunity for growth and/or healing.

This isn’t about being perfect. It’s about enjoying life in a healthy, natural, and deeply meaningful way.

I share this with the intention of inspiring others to pursue a life that is truly worthy to THEM (not by anyone else’s standards.)

I’m not saying you should or shouldn’t do drugs.

I’m saying that it’s healthy to be conscious of why you do what you do so you can decide if it’s a value you want to continue to uphold by your personal standards for yourself.

If you are suffering from any form of addiction, I want to say first and foremost that you are not wrong or a bad person for doing the things you have done, regardless of what our society tells you.

You are loved. You’ve just been taught, like so many of us, to look for that connection in the wrong places.

Deep down you know where it is and you know how to find it.

If you want to change, you have to make choices that may challenge every habit you have.

You will change when you make the conscious decision to do so, which can be done at any time.

In reality, there is absolutely no one stopping you except you. You make your own choices.

The question will always remain, “What’s it going to be?

Or you will change when your body can’t take what you’ve been giving it any more, and it becomes a life or death situation.

Either choice is valid, but only one is conscious. Both have their challenges for different reasons.

At the end of the day, the self acceptance you’re searching for must come first before what you’re truly looking for will come into your life.

Some people do drugs to have fun.

Others do them to cover up their pain and suffering.

If you heal the pain, you will heal the addiction.

I love you all so much. I hope this touched you positively.

Bron JohnsonComment