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Psychonautdocs.com - Documents for serious Psychonauts
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This is a great collection of research papers, videos, podcasts and websites related to transpersonal psychology and psychedelic therapy:

Documents for serious Psychonauts


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[Image: pdf.gif] A Review of Transpersonal Theory and Its Application to the Practice of Psychotherapy, Mark C. Kasprow, M.D., Bruce W. Scotton, M.D.
[Image: pdf.gif] Hallucinogenic Drugs and Plants in Psychotherapy and Shamanism, Ralph Metzner
[Image: pdf.gif] Handbook for the Therapeutic Use of Lysergic Acid Diethylamide-25, D.B. Blewett, Ph.D. and N. Chwelos, M.D.
[Image: pdf.gif] Psychotherapy with lysergic acid dietitylamide, Betty Grover Eisner, Ph.D., Sidney Cohen, M.D.
[Image: pdf.gif] The Psychedelic Mystical Experience in the Human Encounter With Death, Walter N. Pahnke
[Image: pdf.gif] The Therapeutic Use of MDMA, Greer GR, Tolbert R
[Image: pdf.gif] Phenomenology and sequelae of MDMA use, Liester MB, Grob CS, Bravo GL, Walsh RN
[Image: pdf.gif] From Sacred Plants to Psychotherapy, Dr. Ben Sessa
[Image: pdf.gif] The Psychedelic Experience - A New Concept in Psychotherapy, J.N. Sherwood, M.D., M.J. Stolaroff, W.W. Harman, Ph.D.
[Image: pdf.gif] Are Psychedelics Useful in the Practice of Buddhism?, M.J. Stolaroff
[Image: pdf.gif] Manual for Ibogaine Therapy: Screening, Safety, Monitoring & Aftercare, Howard S. Lotsof & Boaz Wachtel
[Image: pdf.gif] Hitting Highs at Rock Bottom: LSD Treatment for Alcoholism, 1950–1970, Erika Dyck
[Image: pdf.gif] Chronic Administration of SerotonergicAntidepressants Attenuates the Subjective Effects of LSD in Humans, Bonson, Buckholtz and Murphy
[Image: pdf.gif] Clarifying the Confusion Regarding LSD-25, Savage, C., and M. J. Stolaroff.
[Image: pdf.gif] LSD Therapy in Dutch Psychiatry: Changing Socio-Political Settings and Medical Sets, Snelders and Kaplan
[Image: pdf.gif] LSD: Side Effects and Complications, Cohen
[Image: pdf.gif] The Psychopharmacology of Hallucinogens, Abraham, Aldridge, Gogia
[Image: pdf.gif] Clinical Investigations of the Therapeutic Potential of Ayahuasca: Rationale and Regulatory Challenges, Dennis J. McKenna
[Image: pdf.gif] The Healing Potential of Agony & Ecstacy, Claudio Naranjo
[Image: pdf.gif] Experience With The Interpersonal Psychedelics, Claudio Naranjo
[Image: pdf.gif] MDA, The Drug of Analysis, Claudio Naranjo
[Image: pdf.gif] MMDA and the Eternal Now, Claudio Naranjo
[Image: pdf.gif] Holotropic Breathwork: The Potential Role of a Prolonged, Voluntary Hyperventilation Procedure as an Adjunct to Psychotherapy, Joseph P. Rhinewine, ph.d., and Oliver J. Williams, b.a.
[Image: pdf.gif] The Transpersonal Model of the Psyche: Some implications for psychotherapy and psychiatry, Dr. Tim Read
[Image: pdf.gif] Ketamine: Peril and Promise, R. Andrew Sewell, MD
[Image: pdf.gif] Unauthorized Research on Cluster Headache, R. Andrew Sewell, M.D.
[Image: pdf.gif] Response of cluster headache to psilocybin and LSD, R. Andrew Sewell, John H. Halpern and Harrison G. Pope, Jr
[Image: pdf.gif] The Sacred Voyage: a holotropic perspective on mental health, Lars Faber and Maria Groot
[Image: pdf.gif] LSD-supported Psychotherapy: Effects on daily life and longterm changes, Katharina Kirchner


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Transpersonal Healing with Hallucinogens, Roger Marsden and David Lukoff
Sacred Work in a Secular World: Guided, Structured, Group Use of Entheogenic Substances, Roger Marsden
Entheogens and Psychotherapy, Andrew Feldmar
Using Psychedelics Wisely, Myron Stolaroff
Transpersonal development, Crisis of the spiritual development, prof. Roberto Assagioli
Comments on the Psilocybin Mushroom, Elfstone
Review of Handbook for the Therapeutic Use of Lysergic Acid Diethylamide-25, Myron Stolaroff
The Nature of the MDMA Experience and Its Role in Healing, Psychotherapy, and Spiritual Practice, Sophia Adamson and Ralph Metzner
Radar to the Infinite: Holotropic Breathwork and the Integral Vision, by Martin Boroson
The use of psychedelics in Dutch psychiatry 1950-1970: The problem of continuity and discontinuity, Stephen Snelders
Ibogaine: Fantasy and Reality, The Healing journey: Chapter V , Claudio C. Naranjo
Ibogaine in the treatment of chemical dependence disorders: Clinical perspectives, H.S. Lotsof
LSD Psychotherapy - Preface to the 1994 Edition, Stanislav Grof
Can Drugs Be Used to Enhance the Psychotherapeutic Process?, Lester Grinspoon, M.D., and James B. Bakalar
Therapeutic Applications of LSD and Related Drugs, Masters & Houston
LSD Psychotherapy and Addictions, Grof & Halifax
Treatment of Alcoholism with Psychedelic Therapy, Abram Hoffer
Treatment of Childhood Schizophrenia Utilizing LSD and Psilocybin, Gary Fisher, Ph.D.
Successful Outcome of a Single LSD Treatment in a Chronically Dysfunctional Man, Gary Fisher, Ph.D.
The Use of Psychedelic Agents with Autistic Schizophrenic Children, Robert E. Mogar & Robert W. Aldrich
The History of Psychedelic Therapy with the Dying, Grof & Halifax
Mescaline, LSD, Psilocybin, and Personality Change, Sanford M. Unger
The Psychotomimetic Drugs: An Overview, Jonathan O. Cole & Martin M. Katz
Criticisms of LSD Therapy and Rebuttal, Abram Hoffer & Humphry Osmond
The Future of LSD Psychotherapy, Stanislav Grof
E for Ecstasy: Chapter 9: Psychotherapeutic use in Switzerland, Nicholas Saunders
Psychedelic Psychotherapy and Spirituality, Neal M. Goldsmith, Ph.D.
Ketamine and Quantum Psychiatry, Dr. K.L.R. Jansen
MDMA Psychotherapy: An Annotated Bibliography, R Stuart
Pahnke's "Good Friday Experiment": A Long-Term Follow-Up and Methodological Critique, Rick Doblin
The Albert Hofmann Collection: complete archive of historical LSD and psilocybin journal articles, Sandoz Pharmaceuticals, Erowid
A Psychospiritual Context for the Therapeutic Use of Psychedelics, Richard Spurgeon, M.A
Beyond Psychotic Experience, Stan Grof interviewed by Jon Atkinson
Ken Wilber's Spectrum Psychology, By Stanislav Grof, M.D.
On Being Stoned: A Psychological Study of Marijuana Intoxication, Charles T. Tart, Ph. D.
Perception and Knowledge: Reflections on Psychological and Spiritual Learning in the Psychedelic Experience, Frances E. Vaughan
The Psychedelic Drug Therapies, Lester Grinspoon, M.D., James B. Bakalar
MDMA and Personal Growth, By Myron Stolaroff
Mavericks of the Mind: An Interview with Dr. Rick Strassman, David Jay Brown
Mavericks of the Mind: An Interview with with Laura Huxley, David Jay Brown
Birth Trauma, Claustrophobia and LSD Therapy, Dr. Frank Lake
Mysticism and Psychedelics: The Case of the Dark Night, Christopher M. Bache, Ph.D.
An Interview With Chris M. Bache, Ph.D.
A Perinatal Interpretation of Frightening Near-Death Experiences: A Dialogue with Kenneth Ring, Christopher M. Bache, Ph.D.
A Reappraisal of Teresa of Avila's Supposed Hysteria,Christopher M. Bache, Ph.D.
The Psychotherapeutic Use of Psychodysleptic Drugs,Gary Fisher Ph.D. and Joyce Martin M.D.
Psychotherapy for the Dying: Principles and Illustrative Cases With Special Reference to the Use of LSD, Gary Fisher, Ph.D.
Book review of The Million-Dollar Mermaid: Autobiography of Esther Williams with D. Diehl, John A. Speyrer
Ibogaine: Therapeutic Miracle?, Don Allan
Ibogaine: The End of Primal Therapy?, John A. Speyrer
Book Review of LSD Psychotherapy: Exploring the Frontiers of the Hidden Mind by Stanislav Grof, M.D., John A. Speyrer
The Spirit Vine, Daniel Mirante
Grace and Madness - Curanderismo - Mestizo Ayahuasca, Alan Shoemaker
Provoked Life: An Essay On The Anthropology Of The Ego, Gottfried Benn, translated by Ralph Metzner
Wise Mind - A Case for the Integration of Subjective Experience with Objective Reality in the Age of Fragmentation, Flore Singer Aaslid
Post-Modern Monk and Modern Shaman: The Theories of Ken Wilber and Stan Grof, Stephen Dinan
Psychointegrator Plants: Their Roles in Human Culture, Consciousness and Health, Michael Winkelman
Shamanism, Traditional Medicine and Drug Dependency in the Peruvian Upper Amazon, Jamie J.C. Moir
Psychedelic, Psychoactive and Addictive drugs and States of Consciousness, Ralph Metzner, Ph.D
Psychiatric research with hallucinogens: What have we learned?, Charles S. Grob, M.D.
Psychonautics: A Model and Method for Exploring the Subjective Effects of Psychoactive Drugs, Russell Newcombe & Ms. Michelle Johnson
Lucy In the Sky, With Therapists, Kristen Philipkoski
Clinical Experience with MDMA, An Interview with Rick Ingrasci, MD MP
Stan Grof: Journey into the Holo-deck of the Unconscious, Diego Pignatelli
Kundalini: The Reawakening of the Serpent, Diego Pignatelli
The Peace Drug (experimental therapy with MDMA), Tom Shroder, editor of Washington Post Magazine
Holotropic Breathwork And the Politics of Consciousness Revolution, Mickel Adzema
The Discovery of Mushrooms That Cause Strange Visions, R. Gordon Wasson in Life Magazine (1957)
Foundations of Psychedelic Studies, Thomas B. Roberts, Ph.D.
Nemu’s End: chapter The Pores of Deception, Danny Nemu


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Ecstasy, The Peace Drug?, a conversation with Tom Shroder and Dr. Michael Mithoefer
, a conversation with Gary Fisher
, a talk by Ann Shulgin
Transpersonal Psychopharmacology: The Re-Emergence of Sacred Sacraments as Modern Medicine [
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Hallucinogens and Transpersonal Medicine [
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, John Halpern and Michael Mitthoefer
, John Gilmore
, Jean and Myron Stolaroff talk about their pioneering work with psychedelic medicine
, Myron Stolaroff in Basil, Switzerland on the occasion of Dr. Albert Hofmann’s 100th birthday
, Micheal Mithoefer on Psychedelic Salon
, an interview with Stanislav Grof Stan by author Alan Davidson
, an interview by Jan Irvin from Gnostic Media
, an interview with facilitator Rocky Caravelli
, an interview with Moughenda
, an interview with Margaret De Wys
, lecture by Jim Fadiman at ITP
, interview by Rak Razam at Psychedelic Science in the 21st Century Conference
, interview by Rak Razam at Psychedelic Science in the 21st Century Conference
, interview by Rak Razam at Psychedelic Science in the 21st Century Conference
Interview with an Ayahuasca Curandero interview by Stephen Gray
Returning To Sacred World: sacred plants in this journey of awakening and healing, Stephen Gray interviewed by Robert Phoenix
Psychology of the Future: Lessons from Modern Consciousness Research [

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The Therapeutic Potential of Psychedelics [

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Psychonauts, documentary by András Kovács M.
Other Worlds , Ayahuasca documentary by Jan Kounen

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, video programme / lecture by Peter Webster
, Stanislav Grof
, Stanislav Grof
, Stanislav Grof
, Blueberry film excerpt

Ibogaine – Rite of Passage, documentary trailer
The Tribe: Babongo, BBC documentary focused on Iboga ceremonies
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THE MEDICINE: Science & Psychedelics, documentary trailer about psychedelic research (website, facebook page)
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, documentary by Ben De Loenen
Stepping into the Fire, documentary
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L-5-hydroxytryptophan (5-htp) for LSD-induced psychosis, Abraham, H. D.
Nicotinic acid (vitamin b3) modified lysergic acid diethylamide psychosis, Agnew N, Hoffer A
Working with Difficult Psychedelic Experiences, with Donna Dryer, M.D.
Psychedelic Crisis FAQ, by Erowid
Crisis Intervention in Situations Related to Unsupervised Use of Psychedelics, Stanislav Grof



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Free Digital Books, MAPS (Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies)
Free Books on Psychedelics , The Psychedelic Library
The very best of Psychedelic therapy, Amazon.com list list by Red Tailed Hawk
Therapeutic use of psychedelics, Amazon.com List list by econoshamanic
Recommended Resources Directory, recommended reading list by Association of Holotropic Breathwork International
LSD — The Problem-Solving Psychedelic, P.G. Stafford and B.H. Golightly
The Psychedelic Experience, Timothy Leary, Ph.D., Ralph Metzner, Ph.D., & Richard Alpert, Ph.D.
Psychedelic Information Theory, James Kent
States of Consciousness, Charles T. Tart, Ph. D.
The knowledge of the womb: Autopsychognosia with psychedelic drugs, Athanassios Kafkalides
The power of the womb and the subjective truth, Athanassios Kafkalides
Drug, Set, and Setting: The Basis for Controlled Intoxicant Use, Norman E. Zinberg M.D.
The Doors of Perception, Aldous Huxley
The Varieties of Psychedelic Experience, R.E.L. Masters & Jean Houston, Ph.D.
Journeys Into the Bright World: Pioneering a New Patch to Higher Consciousness, Marcia Moore and Howard Alltounian, M.D.
The Joyous Cosmology: Adventures in the Chemistry of Consciousness, Alan W. Watts, Foreword by Timothy Leary and Richard Alpert
Psychedelic Medicine: New Evidence for Hallucinogenic Substances as Treatments (flyer / book overview), Michael J. Winkelman, Ph.D. and Thomas B. Roberts, Ph.D
Psychedelic Horizons (The Lancet review), Thomas B. Roberts, Ph.D
The Albert Hofmann Collection: LSD & Psilocybin References
Hausner, Milan. (2009). LSD: The Highway to Mental Health
Transpersonal Psychology and Psychedelics Ebooks, huge selection of extremely useful and popular books and journals in a digital format. Also available here. [Image: new.gif]



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http://www.howtobecomeapsychiatrist.org
PiHKAL • info | home
The Psychedelic Library
Psychedelic Press UK
"The present moment is the only door into existence. The past and future are not doors, they are walls."

"We place no reliance on virgin or pigeon. Our method is science, our aim is religion."

"Enlightenment doesn't care how you get there."
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wow.
I'm not here to make someone else rich.
Art shop; Etsy.com/shop/jonhelander
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this field is SO male dominant!!
AND Grof-dominant
In a time of deceit telling the truth is a revolutionary act ~ George Orwell
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zezt a écrit :this field is SO male dominant!!
AND Grof-dominant
Hahaha... Indeed.

But this is not unique to psychedelic research. Most great philosophers, mathematicians and scientists were men. And so were the pioneers in the areas of humanistic and transpersonal psychology.

And hasn't this forum been "dominated" by men too?

In fact, aren't most online discussion groups "dominated" by men?

Fields that are not "dominated" by men are the paranormal (psychics, tarot readers and so on), healing (Reiki, herbology, counseling), art, and any context where relating is more important than knowledge (new age communities, psytrance festivals and so on).

I don't believe this is due to the "patriarchy", especially when we're talking about the present day, here in the West.

Women and men are physically different, and that includes a different wiring of the brain, resulting in (or being correlated to) different interests and priorities. The idea that men and women are neurologically and psychologically the same is unscientific propaganda.

My experience is that most women are not interested in serious discussions about the meaning of life or the nature of reality. Sure, there ARE women who are interested in these things (I know quite a few), but they are clearly outnumbered by men.

There is a popular test to determine your Jungian psychology type, the MBTI type indicator, and decades of collecting data has revealed that 3/4 of men fall in the Thinking category, and 3/4 of women fall in the Feeling category. Likewise, there are more male introverted, intuitive thinkers than there are female introverted, intuitive thinkers. Introverted, intuitive thinkers are by nature interested in philosphy, mathematics, science, psychology and spirituality. It is therefore no surprise that these fields are "dominated" by men.

Girls and women's magazines are the opposite of intuitive: they are all about sensing, and they avoid topics that require deep thought. Beautiful celebrities (male and female), articles about make-up, hair, clothes and so on. There are no articles about science in Cosmopolitan. No articles about politics, philosophy or technology. Even the magazines which are supposedly about psychology, are mostly about pop psychology. None of the articles have any depth.

Now, this is not some male conspiracy. The editors of these sensuous magazines are mostly women, and obviously this is exactly what sells. Fifty years of Women's Lib, and this is what they have voluntarily embraced. Glamour and gossip.

It's fine with me; to each his or her own. But stop blaming it on the "patriarchy". If you want to see actual male dominance, go visit an Islamic country. Here in the West women are supported and protected by men at every turn.
"The present moment is the only door into existence. The past and future are not doors, they are walls."

"We place no reliance on virgin or pigeon. Our method is science, our aim is religion."

"Enlightenment doesn't care how you get there."
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Timothy Leary, Terence McKenna, Alan Watts, Robert Anton Wilson, Ken Kesey, Bill Hicks, Joe Rogan...all men.

There are some prominent women in the psychedelic movement, for example Kathleen Harrison, Allyson Grey, Carolyn Garcia and Ann Shulgin, but they are much less vocal than the men are.

Check out this list:

Erowid Character Vaults

I can't think of any movement where sexism is more frowned upon than the psychedelic movement, but even here it's mostly men who publish and do research.
"The present moment is the only door into existence. The past and future are not doors, they are walls."

"We place no reliance on virgin or pigeon. Our method is science, our aim is religion."

"Enlightenment doesn't care how you get there."
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thanks for the list CM.
There is also a psychonautica podcast about this subject of the over representations of males in psychedelic research and culture. It,s psychonautica 90 if i remember correctly.

Check out: psychonautica podcast, psychedelic salon and some of the joe rogan podcasts.
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...Hmmmwe are going to have to radically have to agree to disagree here CM. I find your views rabidly patriarchal and would be deeply offended if I was a woman reading them. And I am afraid as is typical scientism takes the places of patriarchal dogma, which once believed women had no souls. NOW it is they are 'wired differently'. That is all BS. Absolute poppy cock. it paints a picture of a world with strict division into 'male' and 'female', black and white
I do not --thank the Goddess--see reality like this. take sexuality. Whenever you talk with homophobic people, and even some gay people, about sexual preference, the former will insist there should be definite sex. Males MUST fancy females and....well, hmmm I am sure many of these types dont mind a bit of lesbian porn, but for the sake of asymmetry --and females MUST fancy males.
Now seem I am gay, and I am 1000 percent more openminded about the possible mixxes of sexuality, and types. I KNOW that I am a mixture and BOTH feel and THINK. And I know many women who do too. And as for sex, well it is a spectum. You can have males who seem very feminine---watch some Emo porn, for example. Now those types of guys, although I am glad they add to the diveristy of life--do not really appeal to me sexually. I go for the scally type lol. And SO do seemingly 'normal' buisnessmen WHO may very well be married with kids, but fancy a bit of 'rough' on the quiet. In other words CM this is a very mysterious world full of interchangeable dynamic diversity. You cannot demand that 'A sex' is one way and another sex is another. And when it is pointed out that there IS a male dominance make out it is because science and Jung says it must be so. No no no.
it is more so that women feel inhibited from talking about psychedelics. it is not THAT long ago that the PATRIARCHAL Church&State persecuted, tortured, and mass murdered mostly women who were the sex who were closest to the knowledge and administering of herbs, including mind-changing vegetation. Women and plants go back very far into the past. But these women healers were seen as a great threat, and the Church and State came down savagely on them, and on the back of that horror the male-dominated medical establishment was established. And still to this fukin day natural vegetation like marijuana, and psychedelic fungi etc are prohibited by the State&Scientism. So the reluctance of women to get involved speaking openly about psychedelics and their uses and meaning could be due to the reverberations for those Burning Times

IF you think woman cannot think like mean you should read this very important book by a woman, Monica Sjoo, who exposes the patriarchy to its roots and beyond
[h=1]Return of the Dark/Light Mother or New Age Armageddon? Towards a Feminist Vision of the Future[/h]
In a time of deceit telling the truth is a revolutionary act ~ George Orwell
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CM just posted a list of documents for psychonauts and you make it all about feminism. Don,t get me wrong, i am not against feminism, however i don,t think this tread is the place for this discussion. Pleas make a new tread if you want to discuss this issue i think this issue deserves a tread of his own.
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Zezt, you are free to turn your back on biology, neurology and neurochemistry. Likewise I'm free to appreciate scientific progress. And there's no doubt about it that men and women have different bodies and therefore different nervous systems, modulated by different hormones. You may call it BS, but that doesn't change the facts.

You're gay. Your brain is also different from heterosexual men. Is that offensive to you? Since when is saying something is DIFFERENT offensive?

There's nothing offensive about saying something is different. It simply means an organism/being has a different focus, different strengths, different talents.

The difference has been the result of nature's ways in the course of a long period of evolution. Are you against nature? Is nature an evil patriarch? Of course not. It simply did what worked best. Men developed a certain way and women developed a certain way.

Now that we have established a more or less civilized society (rather than being hunter/gatherers, or religious fanatics), we have the possibility to evolve in new ways. Therefore we give men and women equal OPPORTUNITIES (to study whatever they want, to get a job in whatever field they're interested in, to join the Psychonaut forum etc.). But that doesn't make them physically or mentally equal. And so we shouldn't expect equal outcomes either. Men will gravitate towards certain interests and activities, and so will women.
"The present moment is the only door into existence. The past and future are not doors, they are walls."

"We place no reliance on virgin or pigeon. Our method is science, our aim is religion."

"Enlightenment doesn't care how you get there."
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Finarfin a écrit :CM just posted a list of documents for psychonauts and you make it all about feminism. Don,t get me wrong, i am not against feminism, however i don,t think this tread is the place for this discussion. Pleas make a new tread if you want to discuss this issue i think this issue deserves a tread of his own.

No sorry no can do. I have as much right to point this patriarchal bias out in this forum and this thread as 'unknown' people seem to have a right to delete whole threads, and no one seems to give a shit about it.

I cannot stress to you enough the central importance of exposing patriarchal influence on this world and our psyche. It is in mythology, and deeply affects the psyche. Not just females but males too. So am I going to ignore its presence influencing the psychedelic movement, however small the venue? Think again. If your in denial about the significance of questioning what needs to be questioned that is your problem not mine.
In a time of deceit telling the truth is a revolutionary act ~ George Orwell
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Caduceus Mercurius a écrit :Zezt, you are free to turn your back on biology, neurology and neurochemistry. Likewise I'm free to appreciate scientific progress. And there's no doubt about it that men and women have different bodies and therefore different nervous systems, modulated by different hormones. You may call it BS, but that doesn't change the facts.

You're gay. Your brain is also different from heterosexual men. Is that offensive to you? Since when is saying something is DIFFERENT offensive?

There's nothing offensive about saying something is different. It simply means an organism/being has a different focus, different strengths, different talents.

The difference has been the result of nature's ways in the course of a long period of evolution. Are you against nature? Is nature an evil patriarch? Of course not. It simply did what worked best. Men developed a certain way and women developed a certain way.

Now that we have established a more or less civilized society (rather than being hunter/gatherers, or religious fanatics), we have the possibility to evolve in new ways. Therefore we give men and women equal OPPORTUNITIES (to study whatever they want, to get a job in whatever field they're interested in, to join the Psychonaut forum etc.). But that doesn't make them physically or mentally equal. And so we shouldn't expect equal outcomes either. Men will gravitate towards certain interests and activities, and so will women.

It is not fact at all. Read this:
[h=2]Why the Media’s Patriarchy Fueled Boner About ‘Hard-Wired Gender’ is Bullshit[/h]
by Eugene of Critical Theory:

Men are from Mars! Women are from Venus! Isn’t gender whacky?

In a world where many mainstream media outlets may espouse a certain kind of feminism-lite, it’s surprising to see them eagerly pick up on a story that says, in essence, that I’m a rational man and you’re a hysterical woman. It’s science!
Except the stories are bullshit, made possible by cherry-picking the study’s finding. The recent study, byProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, was picked up by outlets like the LA Times, which proclaimed “Brains of men and women show strong hard-wired differences.” But the study actually concluded that this “hard-wiring” developed later in life.

The LA Times, like most other outlets, completely omitted that bit of information when it wrote:

[INDENT]Their maps of the brain’s so-called connectome, published online Monday in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, matched observed behavioral differences between the sexes. Women did better at tests of attention, word and face memory and cognition. Men did better on spatial processing, motor skills and sensorimotor speed.
The results lend weight to growing evidence that humans have formed strong adaptive complementarity, suggesting that biological evolution predisposes the species to divide gender roles. That implication is sure to fuel debate over the roles of nature versus nurture and the interplay of function and structure within the human brain. But they also could inform treatment of neurological disorders known to vary by age and sex, such as autism and schizophrenia
[/INDENT] Of course, not mentioned is the growing body of evidence that one’s environment can alter brain chemistry (social stress, for instance). Also omitted is the large corpus of studies on “stereotype threats,” where negative stereotypes about a group’s performance have been shown to lower performance by affected groups, like women and people of color. In other words, women who are told “girls are bad at math,” will perform worse than those who are not. Researchers have even come up with clever ways of avoiding this.
I watched in horror as two local newscaster (one male, one female) talked about the study and concluded that the man as “hunter” and woman as “nurturer” is possibly just a complimentary evolutionary arrangement.
But regardless of all that, the media is still wrong in the basic conclusions of the study. As New APPS points out, “it’s important to emphasize, as the authors do, that the study revealed very few gender differences in connectivity in children younger than 13 years of age.” If anything, it’s a reason to believe that our brain chemistry and wiring is highly influenced by our environment – that is culture, schooling and media.
And for the neuroscience field and it’s relation to studying sex and gender in general, we should be skeptical, argues Cordelia Fine:
[INDENT]“As an empirical endeavor,” Fine points out, “the neuroscience of sex differences began in earnest in the mid-nineteenth century,” when their findings were used to oppose women’s suffrage and equal rights in general. Still, it’s notable how these ideas have been resurrected, after a period in which gender differences, and sexism itself, were mostly seen as having historical, societal, and cultural roots. Nowadays, when we find ourselves in a society in which women still can’t quite have it all, it’s no surprise that old notions are making a comeback, with an assist from advanced brain imaging — used, as Fine says, “to reinforce, with all the authority of science, old-fashioned stereotypes and roles.”
…[Fine]casts a critical eye on the use of neuroscience not only to describe gender differences in behavior, but, increasingly, to excuse longstanding sex-based inequality and even to push for new forms of gender segregation, such as separate schools for boys and girls. Such arguments, Fine warns, often rest on scientific studies that are half-baked, ill-conceived — and as for how they’re presented to a general audience, she writes, “the sheer audacity of the overinterpretations and misinformation is startling.”
Why the Media

And so--- the media only presenting SOME of the info--reminds me very much of something I saw yesterday which is also very important to know and in relation to this. It is about how military officials were caught red-handed (their emails were exposed) PLANNING a "FALSE FLAG" attack. However the mainstream media did not mention the CRUCIAL info, eg 'false flag', and this is exactly what they do, and what the mainstream media reporting 'medical science info' is doing. And this is how they and thier masters manage perception. Not giving you all the information.

You should know as a psychoanuat that psychedelic experience never holds back, and presents us with MIND-BLOWING information. So we should learn from this, take it to heart, integrate this and question the matrix which sees fit to PREVENT and SUPPRESS and WARP and SPIN information!

[h=1]Media Buries Bombshell Turkey False Flag Attack[/h]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M3Rc20Ah7LY

And by the way CM, regarding matrixes. How come you have been totally quiet about the disappearance/deletion of the "what is the matrix?" thread?

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In a time of deceit telling the truth is a revolutionary act ~ George Orwell
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Caduceus Mercurius a écrit :Zezt, you are free to turn your back on biology, neurology and neurochemistry. Likewise I'm free to appreciate scientific progress. And there's no doubt about it that men and women have different bodies and therefore different nervous systems, modulated by different hormones. You may call it BS, but that doesn't change the facts.

You're gay. Your brain is also different from heterosexual men. Is that offensive to you? Since when is saying something is DIFFERENT offensive?

There's nothing offensive about saying something is different. It simply means an organism/being has a different focus, different strengths, different talents.

The difference has been the result of nature's ways in the course of a long period of evolution. Are you against nature? Is nature an evil patriarch? Of course not. It simply did what worked best. Men developed a certain way and women developed a certain way.

Now that we have established a more or less civilized society (rather than being hunter/gatherers, or religious fanatics), we have the possibility to evolve in new ways. Therefore we give men and women equal OPPORTUNITIES (to study whatever they want, to get a job in whatever field they're interested in, to join the Psychonaut forum etc.). But that doesn't make them physically or mentally equal. And so we shouldn't expect equal outcomes either. Men will gravitate towards certain interests and activities, and so will women.

It is not fact at all. Read this:

Citation :Why the Media’s Patriarchy Fueled Boner About ‘Hard-Wired Gender’ is Bullshit


by Eugene of Critical Theory:

Men are from Mars! Women are from Venus! Isn’t gender whacky?

In a world where many mainstream media outlets may espouse a certain kind of feminism-lite, it’s surprising to see them eagerly pick up on a story that says, in essence, that I’m a rational man and you’re a hysterical woman. It’s science!
Except the stories are bullshit, made possible by cherry-picking the study’s finding. The recent study, byProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, was picked up by outlets like the LA Times, which proclaimed “Brains of men and women show strong hard-wired differences.” But the study actually concluded that this “hard-wiring” developed later in life.

The LA Times, like most other outlets, completely omitted that bit of information when it wrote:[INDENT]Their maps of the brain’s so-called connectome, published online Monday in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, matched observed behavioral differences between the sexes. Women did better at tests of attention, word and face memory and cognition. Men did better on spatial processing, motor skills and sensorimotor speed.
The results lend weight to growing evidence that humans have formed strong adaptive complementarity, suggesting that biological evolution predisposes the species to divide gender roles. That implication is sure to fuel debate over the roles of nature versus nurture and the interplay of function and structure within the human brain. But they also could inform treatment of neurological disorders known to vary by age and sex, such as autism and schizophrenia
[/INDENT]
Of course, not mentioned is the growing body of evidence that one’s environment can alter brain chemistry (social stress, for instance). Also omitted is the large corpus of studies on “stereotype threats,” where negative stereotypes about a group’s performance have been shown to lower performance by affected groups, like women and people of color. In other words, women who are told “girls are bad at math,” will perform worse than those who are not. Researchers have even come up with clever ways of avoiding this.
I watched in horror as two local newscaster (one male, one female) talked about the study and concluded that the man as “hunter” and woman as “nurturer” is possibly just a complimentary evolutionary arrangement.
But regardless of all that, the media is still wrong in the basic conclusions of the study. As New APPS points out, “it’s important to emphasize, as the authors do, that the study revealed very few gender differences in connectivity in children younger than 13 years of age.” If anything, it’s a reason to believe that our brain chemistry and wiring is highly influenced by our environment – that is culture, schooling and media.
And for the neuroscience field and it’s relation to studying sex and gender in general, we should be skeptical, argues Cordelia Fine:[INDENT]“As an empirical endeavor,” Fine points out, “the neuroscience of sex differences began in earnest in the mid-nineteenth century,” when their findings were used to oppose women’s suffrage and equal rights in general. Still, it’s notable how these ideas have been resurrected, after a period in which gender differences, and sexism itself, were mostly seen as having historical, societal, and cultural roots. Nowadays, when we find ourselves in a society in which women still can’t quite have it all, it’s no surprise that old notions are making a comeback, with an assist from advanced brain imaging — used, as Fine says, “to reinforce, with all the authority of science, old-fashioned stereotypes and roles.”
…[Fine]casts a critical eye on the use of neuroscience not only to describe gender differences in behavior, but, increasingly, to excuse longstanding sex-based inequality and even to push for new forms of gender segregation, such as separate schools for boys and girls. Such arguments, Fine warns, often rest on scientific studies that are half-baked, ill-conceived — and as for how they’re presented to a general audience, she writes, “the sheer audacity of the overinterpretations and misinformation is startling.” source
Why the Media

And so--- the media only presenting SOME of the info--reminds me very much of something I saw yesterday which is also very important to know and in relation to this. It is about how military officials were caught red-handed (their emails were exposed) PLANNING a "FALSE FLAG" attack. However the mainstream media did not mention the CRUCIAL info, eg 'false flag', and this is exactly what they do, and what the mainstream media reporting 'medical science info' is doing. And this is how they and thier masters manage perception. Not giving you all the information.

You should know as a psychoanuat that psychedelic experience never holds back, and presents us with MIND-BLOWING information. So we should learn from this, take it to heart, integrate this and question the matrix which sees fit to PREVENT and SUPPRESS and WARP and SPIN information!

Media Buries Bombshell Turkey False Flag Attack


And by the way CM, regarding matrixes. How come you have been totally quiet about the disappearance/deletion of the "what is the matrix?" thread?

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In a time of deceit telling the truth is a revolutionary act ~ George Orwell
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#13
zezt a écrit :And by the way CM, regarding matrixes. How come you have been totally quiet about the disappearance/deletion of the "what is the matrix?" thread?
Because this weekend I was busy playing with my kids, and on Monday had to work again. But the mystery has been solved. BrainEater went full retard.
"The present moment is the only door into existence. The past and future are not doors, they are walls."

"We place no reliance on virgin or pigeon. Our method is science, our aim is religion."

"Enlightenment doesn't care how you get there."
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#14
Caduceus Mercurius a écrit :Because this weekend I was busy playing with my kids, and on Monday had to work again. But the mystery has been solved. BrainEater went full retard.


I truly am sorry to hear that. I love that guy. Please if you will can you send his email pm and I will see if he is alright?
In a time of deceit telling the truth is a revolutionary act ~ George Orwell
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#15
zezt a écrit :I find your views rabidly patriarchal and would be deeply offended if I was a woman reading them.
There's nothing patriarchal about my stance. Patriarchy is "a social system in which males are the primary authority figures central to social organization, occupying roles of political leadership, moral authority, and control of property, and where fathers hold authority over women and children. It implies the institutions of male rule and privilege, and entails female subordination."

I have not said ANYTHING about these things. I have simply pointed out that in my life I have noted that in groups where men and women have equal opportunities (as in the counter-culture and psychedelic movement), you still see that men and women seek out different activities. There's nothing patriarchal about observing that this forum and most discussion boards like it have always been male-dominated. And there's nothing patriarchal about pointing out that men and women have a different hormonal system and therefore have developed a differently wired and modulated brain. Without those differences, a species would not be able to succesfully reproduce. The psychology of a mother MUST be different from that of a father. Absolute equality is not favored by nature. Some equality is there, but it's the difference that keeps the engine running.

You have associated me with the patriarchy and before that you have associated me with the council at Mâcon during which it was debated whether women have a soul. These comparisons are not very appropriate. They are not relevant. And they don't bring any useful argument into the discussion.

Men and women are two poles of one energy. They are both essential for existence. One is not better than the other. One is not superior to the other. As far as their VALUE is concerned, there is absolute equality. But their NATURE cannot be equal, and therefore their mental nature cannot either. It is better if there are differences.

The word patriarchy should be reserved for true patriarchies i.e. the Abrahamic religions, as well as other outdated customs (like India's caste system and institutionalized misogyny). That's what feminism SHOULD be focusing on. Actual, unquestionable inequality and abuse.
"The present moment is the only door into existence. The past and future are not doors, they are walls."

"We place no reliance on virgin or pigeon. Our method is science, our aim is religion."

"Enlightenment doesn't care how you get there."
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#16
zezt a écrit :No sorry no can do. I have as much right to point this patriarchal bias out in this forum and this thread as 'unknown' people seem to have a right to delete whole threads, and no one seems to give a shit about it.

I cannot stress to you enough the central importance of exposing patriarchal influence on this world and our psyche. It is in mythology, and deeply affects the psyche. Not just females but males too. So am I going to ignore its presence influencing the psychedelic movement, however small the venue? Think again. If your in denial about the significance of questioning what needs to be questioned that is your problem not mine.


I am not in denial about the significance of you questions. I think you are pointing something out worth talking about. I think you have a point.
That,s why i think opening a new thread about this may be a good thing.
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#17
Finarfin a écrit :I am not in denial about the significance of you questions. I think you are pointing something out worth talking about. I think you have a point.
That,s why i think opening a new thread about this may be a good thing.
I'd rather keep bumping THIS thread, because of its OP (documents that are of interest to all serious psychonauts). Moreoever, I have already presented my position here (and so has zezt), so I don't feel like repeating it elsewhere.
"The present moment is the only door into existence. The past and future are not doors, they are walls."

"We place no reliance on virgin or pigeon. Our method is science, our aim is religion."

"Enlightenment doesn't care how you get there."
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#18
Citation :And there's nothing patriarchal about pointing out that men and women have a different hormonal system and therefore have developed a differently wired and modulated brain.

CM, did you read the article I linked above which calls this 'fact' "bullshit"?
In a time of deceit telling the truth is a revolutionary act ~ George Orwell
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#19
No. If you want to make a point, do so in your own words, and make sure it's relevant to the things I wrote. You can't expect others to read lengthy articles.

And whether someone calls those differences "bullshit" is irrelevant. Creationists call evolution bullshit and in an argument will urge me to read the Bible.

You have already made it clear you reject science (in this context biology and neurochemistry). That is fine. You are free to do so. But as soon as you reject the scientific method, we cease to have a common ground for exploring reality, and discussion becomes meaningless.
"The present moment is the only door into existence. The past and future are not doors, they are walls."

"We place no reliance on virgin or pigeon. Our method is science, our aim is religion."

"Enlightenment doesn't care how you get there."
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#20
it wasn't lengthy you lazy so and so.

How can you possibly understand issues unless you make efforts to read, listen and learn?

You are talkin BS
In a time of deceit telling the truth is a revolutionary act ~ George Orwell
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#21
It has nothing to do with laziness. When you quote some text that is more than a few sentences, and don't point out HOW it contradicts what I wrote, I will not read it.

I watched this lecture today, by developmental biologist Lewis Wolpert. He's presenting his case very well. No bullshit whatsoever, just undeniable facts. You will probably not watch it, as it's bound to create cognitive dissonance in you.

"The present moment is the only door into existence. The past and future are not doors, they are walls."

"We place no reliance on virgin or pigeon. Our method is science, our aim is religion."

"Enlightenment doesn't care how you get there."
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#22
Caduceus Mercurius a écrit :It has nothing to do with laziness. When you quote some text that is more than a few sentences, and don't point out HOW it contradicts what I wrote, I will not read it.

Hmm well first, I highlighted relevant points, but even if I didn't ...how odd that you feel this way. I will look at everything people link me too, even full videos if they interest me.
How can you explore things if you don't? I am sorry that attitude seems lazy to me.


Citation :I watched this lecture today, by developmental biologist Lewis Wolpert. He's presenting his case very well. No bullshit whatsoever, just undeniable facts. You will probably not watch it, as it's bound to create cognitive dissonance in you.



Do you have Dutch saying 'the pot calls the kettle black'...?

He looks like an old fart who WOULD spew pseudoscience in his academic plumb voice of 'authority' and 'privilege' which makes out women are lesser than men--like him--because they are 'wired differently'

Have you seen this about old boy Wolpert? I wonder if you will even read this...? He has ben caught plagiarizing.


Citation :Book by leading biologist Lewis Wolpert withdrawn from sale for plagiarism


The Guardian reports that the book, You’re Looking Very Well,[INDENT]…has been found…to contain more than 20 passages that have been taken directly from academic papers, websites and Wikipedia with no indication that they were penned by any author other than Wolpert himself. The book has now been withdrawn from sale.
[/INDENT]
The newspaper notes that this was not Wolpert’s first plagiarism offense:[INDENT]Wolpert has faced a previous claim of lifting paragraphs from other people’s work. An investigation last April into a review copy of his forthcoming book Why Can’t a Woman Be More Like a Man? also found passages taken from uncredited sources, leading to publication being suspended shortly before its release date. The book was rescheduled for release in May this year.

[/INDENT]

Dya think he did it because he is wired differently and his wires went awry?

Citation :According to Lewis Wolpert, ‘Art has contributed zero to science, historically’. source

Also he says this:
Citation :I am committed to science and believe it is the best way to understand the world. I am an atheist reductionist materialist. I know of no good evidence for the existence of God. (Six Impossible Things Before Breakfast: The Evolutionary Origins of Belief, p. x)
What Is Scientism?

So that will definitely rule out the Goddess then?
In a time of deceit telling the truth is a revolutionary act ~ George Orwell
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#23
zezt a écrit :He looks like an old fart who WOULD spew pseudoscience in his academic plumb voice of 'authority' and 'privilege'
This is a logical fallacy called Argumentum ad hominem. It indicates you don't have valid counterarguments, and so revert to character assassination in a desparate attempt to devalue what the other has said. This is typical of people driven by a certain ideology, rather than committed to reason and an unbiased, unprejudiced, uncompromising search for truth.
"The present moment is the only door into existence. The past and future are not doors, they are walls."

"We place no reliance on virgin or pigeon. Our method is science, our aim is religion."

"Enlightenment doesn't care how you get there."
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#24
...Oh, the trivium................I have presented copunterargument but your too lazy to read them apparently. What's the Latin for that? ...? Of course I look at face, body language, and what people believe. of course I do. It is very important. My very first LSD trip when I was 15 initiated me into seeing deeply peoples body language contradicting what they were presenting to others and revealing their soul. To point this out CAN be insensitive of course, but when you have people preaching pseudoscience it is important to point it out. To point out pomposity, and if people look down their noses at you, and divide and control through their spiel etc--all kinds of 'secret unspoken language'. Native Americans were very perecptive about the whiteman's body language, and how their eyes were always shifty, and their forked tongues, say one thing do another.

Do you trust someone who says ‘Art has contributed zero to science, historically’.

and "I am committed to science and believe it is the best way to understand the world. I am an atheist reductionist materialist. I know of no good evidence for the existence of God."

Although I do no believe in a patriarchal God, I am spiritual. This old dude gone and lost his soul!
In a time of deceit telling the truth is a revolutionary act ~ George Orwell
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#25
Thank you so much for sharing. Jawdropping!
It is quite much information. I hope to be forgiven not seeing it all through instantly. Are there any references to chanting and sounds to recompose our structural being? I'm so into sounds lately ... ANY references that might point that direction is welcomed with open arms. Not the psuedo subjects brought forth by scientists like Emoto Masaru, but the real deal. Like a shaman chanting the entire night to enhance visions, or what is they are doing? How does this chanting work and what is it for?
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#26
In the words of IJC... just wow.
"From a certain point onward there
is no longer any turning back. That
is the point that must be reached." - Franz Kafka
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#27
Demahdi a écrit :Thank you so much for sharing. Jawdropping!
It is quite much information. I hope to be forgiven not seeing it all through instantly. Are there any references to chanting and sounds to recompose our structural being? I'm so into sounds lately ... ANY references that might point that direction is welcomed with open arms. Not the psuedo subjects brought forth by scientists like Emoto Masaru, but the real deal. Like a shaman chanting the entire night to enhance visions, or what is they are doing? How does this chanting work and what is it for?

I have been getting into Sudanese Sufi chant. it really can trance me
Anyway here are some video:

[h=1]Echoes of Sufi Chants - Kafi Bulleh Shah (Ghonghat Chak O Sajna) Waladi Brothers Part 1/2[/h]


[h=1]ابلي المشرفات[/h]


[h=1]madeeh 9[/h]


[h=1]madeeh 15[/h]


[h=1]مصر المأمنة[/h]


[h=1]أولاد الشيخ البرعي - مربي القوم - Sudanese Sufi chant[/h]

[h=1]HARI OM - Sanskrit & Malian Sufi Chanting[/h]



If course this doesn't mean you have to become Sufi lol and I like the fact I cannot understand their language. But I am glad I found this, and when I have my next psychedelic trip I will be listening to come of these chants and joining in
In a time of deceit telling the truth is a revolutionary act ~ George Orwell
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#28
I don't know where to put this, it's just a cool article about drugs: Why animals eat psychoactive plants - Boing Boing
Mes trips reports : The Death of Utopia, The Begining of the Dream

Le lâcher prise, c'est accepter de redevenir un enfant.
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Ce qui importe avec l’expérience psychédélique, ou plus généralement spirituelle, ce n’est pas la vérité que l’on croit toucher du doigt, mais bien le chemin qu’elle nous fait parcourir sur notre rapport au soi, aux autres et à la vie.
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#29
Wow, what an epic repository of info. Thanks for posting!
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#30
Wow, that's some resource page!

Please could you add the link below to your links. Although the website contains many research papers to download, they are for personal use, could you therefore not host them here, and just refer people to the site.

Many thanks

Psychedelic Science Org UK - Please support our research!
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