Psychedelics are quickly becoming a new drug of promise, not for what psychedelics can do, but for what mental health practitioners want.
Our lymphatic system is an uncharted frontier. Yet in this system resides the seat of our immunity, deep connections with our central nervous system, and indirect connection with our intentions.
If we put hypnosis and psychedelics together, we can double the map, extend the guidance, and go twice the distance.
Unless you can formulate your answers in terms that are practical, you don’t have a valid question. All you’ve got is a program, and that program can amount to anything or nothing at all.
You feel by exploring the depth of your emotional repertoire, and you can expand your emotional repertoire. You have not reached life’s contentment because you do not yet know how to create it.
The potential of psychedelics is largely determined by what you allow yourself to experience. This is determined partly by your fearlessness and partly by your awareness.
Psychedelics can be a light in the dark territory. They offer direction for training, not a trophy of success. There is real work to do. You still need to do the walking and the thinking.
It may be correct to say that the first and last step in becoming a master craftsman of the mind is recognizing the fluid nature of reality. It is both a prerequisite for playing a constructive role in developing your identity, and it is a powerful tool for reshaping your dreams.
It finally appears that research is focusing on a proper theory, protocol, and test for the use of HCQ against the SARS-CoV-2 virus. This was almost quashed by political infighting and institutional ignorance.