There is no one prescription for how to prepare in every circumstance.

The vast majority of psychedelic use is non-clinical and non-medical. But when you look around the psychedelic space, almost nobody is talking about it.
Paul F. Austin, Third Wave, founder & CEO

Medical practitioners don’t understand the transcendent psychedelic experience because rational therapy conflicts with the non-rational psychedelic experience. As a result, the medicalization of psychedelics lacks direction and offers few indications of how one might prepare for such an experience…

There is no one prescription for all preparations, so we can consider different situations in turn. The differences will depend on what you’re starting with, what you’re holding on to, what you need, and what you’re afraid of.

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