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Re: Hallucinogens to aid in psychotherapy?

Posted by pegasus on March 22, 2012, at 9:00:01

In reply to Hallucinogens to aid in psychotherapy?, posted by SLS on March 20, 2012, at 15:45:23

My experience with psilocybin back in the day is that it was very pleasant, and fun. That aspect alone might help with therapy, which I usually find neither pleasant nor fun. I don't recall ever trying to bring up specific memories while on psilocybin, so I can't speak to that part from an experiential point of view. But I remember that while under the influence, everything seemed especially vivid, so I'm not surprised to hear that memories would be experienced more vividly than usual. I'm not so sure that would be a good thing, though. I've got some memories that I like to keep on the fuzzier side.

I have a hard time picturing being under the influence of anything while in the presence of a T, too. Or really anyone who was not also partaking. I think I would feel much too vulnerable.





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