Yes, so wonder if I told you that microdosing is only part of the equation for emotional healing? In our "take-a-pill-and-feel-better" culture so many people it appears are doing microdosing and expecting magic!
I love when I can discuss the merits of cannabis and microdosing psilocybin as it relates to my emotions work. And recently, we dove deep into it during my interview on the psychedelic oriented podcast: The Psychedologist with its most excellent host, Leia Friedman.
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.
"It works. I don't know why it works but I feel so much better!" That from one of my event participants, who experiences the rush and heightened sensations of how it feels to be relaxed yet energized following my Advanced Techniques event.
In order to control your difficult emotions, you have to learn to control your thinking. I've done it and I confidently say that you can too – but it's not easy because it calls for changing the activity patterns of your brain circuits.
You don't need to plunge into the crazy world of psychedelics … at least not right away. You can get the healing and transformation you desire in a softer and more gentle way with cannabis. I have much more to say about that in this week's blog ….
Maybe you've noticed taking psychedelic substances – ayahuasca, LSD, psilocybin mushrooms, DMT – to name just a few, is all the rage these days. And whether people are "journeying" to pursue mind expansion or trying to dump painful emotions...