I often get letters from folks sharing their experiences and asking questions. This correspondence can offer spectacular insights and musings that answer questions that many others have on their mind. So I’m sharing one with you today…
I always love opportunities to explain my emotional and trauma recovery method. So it was a double bonus this summer, when I was both invited to speak at the Cannabis science conference (the psychedelic track) and also have a sit down with Montel Williams.
I often get letters from folks sharing their experiences… I call them “Field Reports”. And these field reports offer spectacular insights and musings that answer questions that many others have on their mind. So I’m sharing one with you today (edited for length).
There's a stampede of people experimenting with microdosing psilocybin (magic mushrooms) looking for ways to feel better. In fact, they are diving in and going for it – and not waiting for clinical studies or laws and public policy to be established. That's why as I explain in this week's video what we call "citizen science" is leading the way.
This is exciting and intriguing! New research reports that cannabis appears to increase the effects of psychedelic trips relating to mystical-type experiences, ego-dissolution and visual alterations.
Currently a U.S. military vet who is in chronic pain, or is emotionally broken (often with post-traumatic stress disorder), or is dealing with other serious medical issues, is not allowed through the Veterans Health Administration to have access to medical cannabis.
Recently I hosted an event for our online community – a "neuro-workout" for conditioning and toning the nervous system to keep you cool in times of crisis. These breathwork practices are simple but very effective in clearing whatever may be disturbing you.
You could call it a mystic equation… that is pairing a plant medicine that will put you in a state of receptivity to dive deep during a consistent therapeutic setting over an incredible 8-weeks.
With the sizzling public embrace of cannabis – and now psychedelics, it's comforting to know that lovable law geeks like Gary Smith are around to keep us on the legal tip. Gary's expertise in these medicines offers a helpful road map in navigating the gray areas.