Are you preparing or thinking about taking a psychedelic "journey" or looking to integrate following one? The use of hallucinogenic plant medicines like psilocybin is an avenue that many are using to awaken from ordinary consciousness.
Given the whoosh that we're now seeing in the popular rise of psychedelics, it's easy to lose sight of the long hard slog toward legalization of cannabis in the U.S. Over the years, courageous professionals, against all odds, have stepped up in the face of prosecution and persecution to establish new hard won perspectives about this remarkable plant medicine.
The history of the legendary Beatles has been reignited in a new Netflix documentary called "Get Back." And in an intriguing interview with Terry Gross on her NPR show, Fresh Air, Paul McCartney talks about the Beatles' use of psychedelics and meditation.
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.
He was what you'd call a modern day mystic committed to waking up as many people as possible. Waking up? George I. Gurdjieff's mission was to guide people living in the U.S. and Europe to higher consciousness believing that humans exist in a state of "waking sleep"...