I love when I can discuss the merits of plant medicine as it relates to my emotional release work. And in this interview with Bruce Eckfeldt, the host of Psychedelic Invest Podcast, our poignant discussion brings together all of the components and considerations in my method of doing the work on oneself, training your mind and connecting with your soul.
When a person can learn to use their difficult emotions as their inner guidance system they can dramatically improve their lives and their wellbeing. And in my work in helping people recover from difficult emotions, I continually explore the most efficient and effective approaches to emotional healing.
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.
In our webcast, tapering activist and advocate Chris H. will be offering a wealth of insights and resources that can help you decide what your next best move is regarding your mood meds. He'll also be taking your questions. Register now to join us live or to watch the recording.
The term "emotional blunting" has emerged as a hot topic when discussing the major side-effects of prescription mood meds. And with the rise in popularity of psilocybin microdosing the subject is even more on people's minds. Should I wean myself off my psych meds?
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.
"Hey Becca … what’s the best way I can use Cannabis to make it similar to a ayahuasca ceremony? Can I use the Cannabis and make a similar setting as if it was a ceremony by myself at home?" – Steven V. Dear Steven, You don’t say what country you’re in or where you've