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Re: Hallucinogens to aid in psychotherapy?

Posted by chumbawumba on April 11, 2012, at 15:58:18

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

Yes, I think psilocybin could aid psychotherapy. I think in a low dosage the drug could break through existing thought patterns and provide new perspective. At higher doses I think the visual hallucinations and disorientation would be overwhelming.

I used to use it recreationally so I'll say this. The potency of mushrooms varies wildly so I think it would be a bad idea to go this route for self illumination. The problem is you never really know with mushrooms whether they'll be mild or whether they'll shred the fabric of space/time.




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