Tuesday, May 21, 2013

‘Magic Mushrooms’ Can Improve Psychological Health Long Term


The psychedelic drug in magic mushrooms may have lasting medical and spiritual benefits, according to new research from Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.
The mushroom-derived hallucinogen, called psilocybin, is known to trigger transformative spiritual states, but at high doses it can also result in “bad trips” marked by terror and panic. The trick is to get the dose just right, which the Johns Hopkins researchers report having accomplished.
In their study, the Hopkins scientists were able to reliably induce transcendental experiences in volunteers, which offered long-lasting psychological growth and helped people find peace in their lives — without the negative effects.
“The important point here is that we found the sweet spot where we can optimize the positive persistent effects and avoid some of the fear and anxiety that can occur and can be quite disruptive,” says lead author Roland Griffiths, professor of behavioral biology at Hopkins.
Giffiths’ study involved 18 healthy adults, average age 46, who participated in five eight-hour drug sessions with either psilocybin — at varying doses — or placebo. Nearly all the volunteers were college graduates and 78% participated regularly in religious activities; all were interested in spiritual experience.
Fourteen months after participating in the study, 94% of those who received the drug said the experiment was one of the top five most meaningful experiences of their lives; 39% said it was the single most meaningful experience.
Critically, however, the participants themselves were not the only ones who saw the benefit from the insights they gained: their friends, family member and colleagues also reported that the psilocybin experience had made the participants calmer, happier and kinder.
Ultimately, Griffiths and his colleagues want to see if the same kind of psychedelic experience could help ease anxiety and fear over the long term in cancer patients or others facing death. And following up on tantalizing clues from early research on hallucinogenic drugs like LSD, mescaline and psilocybin in the 1960s (which are all now illegal), researchers are also studying whether transcendental experiences could help spur recovery from addiction and treat other psychological problems like depression and post-traumatic stress disorder.
For Griffiths’ current experiment, participants were housed in a living room-like setting designed to be calm, comfortable and attractive. While under the influence, they listened to classical music on headphones, wore eyeshades and were instructed to “direct their attention inward.”
Each participant was accompanied by two other research-team members: a “monitor” and an “assistant monitor,” who both had previous experience with people on psychedelic drugs and were empathetic and supportive. Before the drug sessions, the volunteers became acquainted enough with their team so that they felt familiar and safe. Although the experiments took place in the Hopkins hospital complex in order to ensure prompt medical attention in the event that it was needed, it never was.
As described by early advocates of the use of psychedelics — from ancient shamans to Timothy Leary and the Grateful Dead — the psilocybin experience typically involves a sense of oneness with the universe and with others, a feeling of transcending time, space and other limitations, coupled with a sense of holiness and sacredness. Overwhelmingly, these experiences are difficult to put into words, but many of Griffiths’ participants said they were left with the sense that they understood themselves and others better and therefore had greater compassion and patience.
“I feel that I relate better in my marriage. There is more empathy — a greater understanding of people and understanding their difficulties and less judgment,” said one participant. “Less judging of myself, too.”
Another said: “I have better interaction with close friends and family and with acquaintances and strangers. … My alcohol use has diminished dramatically.”
To zero in on the “sweet spot” of dosing, Griffiths started half the volunteers on a low dose and gradually increased their doses over time (with placebo sessions randomly interspersed); the other half started on a high dose and worked their way down.
Those who started on a low dose found that their experiences tended to get better as the dose increased, probably because they learned what to expect and how to handle it. But people who started with high doses were more likely to experience anxiety and fear (though these feeling didn’t last long and sometimes resolved into euphoria or a sense of transcendence).
“If we back the dose down a little, we have just as much of the same positive effects. The properties of the mystical experience remain the same, but there’s a fivefold drop in anxiety and fearfulness,” Griffiths says.
Some past experiments with psychedelics in the ’60s used initial high doses of the drugs — the “blast people away with a high dose” model, says Griffiths — to try to treat addiction. “Some of the early work in addictions was done with the idea of, ‘O.K., let’s model the ‘bottoming-out’ crisis and make use of the dark side of [psychedelic] compounds. That didn’t work,” Griffiths says.
It may even have backfired: other research on addictions shows that coercion, humiliation and other attempts to produce a sense of “powerlessness,” tend to increase relapse and treatment dropout, not recovery. (And the notorious naked LSD encounter sessions conducted with psychopaths made them worse, too.)
Griffiths is currently seeking patients with terminal cancer to participate in his next set of experiments (for more information on these studies, click here); because psychedelics often produce a feeling of going beyond life and death, they are thought to be especially likely to help those facing the end of life. Griffiths is also studying whether psilocybin can help smokers quit.
Griffiths and other researchers like him are hoping to bring the study of psychedelics into the future. They want to build on the promise that some of the early research showed, while avoiding the bad rep and exaggerated claims — for example, that LSD was harmless and could usher in world peace — that became associated with the drugs when people started using them recreationally in the 1960s. The resulting negative publicity helped shut down the burgeoning research.
This time around, caution may be paying off. Dr. Jerome Jaffe, America’s first drug czar, who was not involved with the research, said in a statement, “The Hopkins psilocybin studies clearly demonstrate that this route to the mystical is not to be walked alone. But they have also demonstrated significant and lasting benefits. That raises two questions: could psilocybin-occasioned experiences prove therapeutically useful, for example in dealing with the psychological distress experienced by some terminal patients?
“And should properly-informed citizens, not in distress, be allowed to receive psilocybin for its possible spiritual benefits, as we now allow them to pursue other possibly risky activities such as cosmetic surgery and mountain-climbing?”
The study was published in the journal Psychopharmacology.
Originally posted on: Health Land Time

72 comments:

  1. I've been aware of this for quite a while. If everyone would try them once, the world would be a better place.

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    1. I completely agree.

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    2. Absolutely! It is a path to open minds quickly to the realization that we are more than our minds and this reality. People are then able to "see" the matrix of delusion. Yes I have tried them and Ayahausca, San Pedro, all plant medicine teachers, used by many cultures for thousand of years to connect humans to the universal collective unconsciousness. If we were open minded enough to accept this intelligence and use this to open minds, then the human race would change rapidly from animal mind based beings, human beings, to spiritual beings and co-create a heaven on earth.

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    3. i have been changed for the better also. it needs to be done in a spiritual journey for the best results

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  2. If everyone would try them 'at' once, the world would be a crazy place lol

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    1. Have you even tried it? My guess would be no...Sheep.

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    2. Funny. Good sense of humour :-) I've done them loads, I love them. :-)

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    3. The question is did you do them right hallucinogens should be done in right setting mind set and with the right people you can just take them and expect everything like this spiritual and goodness will come to you people need to learn that part or your just gnna end up being overwhelmed with madness because you don't understand anything in life

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  3. The key is LOW DOSE! I've been doing them for over 30 years. The high dose is like an explosion in the head and can be very uncomfortable although I've done it without a huge problem but, when I switched over to low doses, the effects were dramatic and controlable. The anxiety is no longer there. It's very euphoric and with a very low dose, it's similar to cocaine without the health dangers. I've snow skied, ridden motorcycles (low speed in the mountains) and gone parasailing all on the low dose without problems. I think, for the first time, one should have an experienced familiar person nearby who is not using anything. Turn off all phones and make sure your environment is conducive to a spiritual awakening.

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    1. What do you consider a low dose?

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    2. I would imagine to lessen the anxiety? Some are more or less likely than others to get anxiety with any drug.

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  4. 1 gram dried mushroom is good bet.

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  5. where does one get them is the question

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    1. It is not difficult to grow your own. The process is not much more complicated than baking muffins. Just search PF tek.

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  6. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Psilocybe_semilanceata_6514.jpg

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  7. I completely agree. For myself, three grams of dried mushrooms is the sweet spot.

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  8. OMG its been 5 years since I have eaten much rooms I miss it so much now that I read this I hope I can find the gold caps I used to get in 08 2grams of gold was always perfect for everybody every weekend of that summer I tell people all the tine if they would try it it would help the stress of life so much especially with all the financial burdens of life

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  9. Every single experience I ever had on mushrooms, heightened my spirituality for the better, made me realize a lot of good things, and actually helped mature me. I can truly say that if I never did mushrooms I would not be where I am today in my life, as far as spirituality and life in general. They opened a lot up for me. I love doing mushrooms. I haven't done them in a long time and want to again. I did them about 15 times. And I would love to do them often for spiritual experiences as it definitely opens up areas of the brain that many of us are blocked by from radiation, energy blocks, and anything the government dumbs everyone down with or distracts them with.

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  10. They grow naturally in the uk at certain times of the year,I have had numerous experience's with these (Liberty Caps)and feel my whole outlook on life etc is a lot different from most peoples. They are more controllable when dried out,but if eaten in the field or NOT Processed it's not illegal to take them.

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  11. Less "judgmental"? Better watch out....the government will begin putting it in our food/water. The problem is judgmental based on who's criteria? I don't wish to take anything with "psychedelic" properties.

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    1. Then stop using your mind... haha it is The psychedelic platform of Being (psych means intellect or will) . Psychedelic is a word- you have let a word become the thing... what you are afraid of is uncertainty. The dream experience at every nights sleep is a "psychedelic" journey with many differing levels and potentials depending on your individual awareness/will/intellect. The psychedelic is an integral part of the human journey. Preconceptualising the word with no experiential wisdom of the thing is dangerous in all areas of life.

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    2. There is a difference between using good judgment and being judgmental. The first is the opposite of foolishness, the second IS foolishness and the opposite of understanding and compassion.

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  12. I would rather take something natural for a cure from the earth any day rather than something created in a lab.

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  14. I have done them 3 times and a buddy and I are planning on growing our own. The thing about transcending time is spot on... time is completely irrelevant. As far as spirituality goes, it is amazing that all people who take these have similar experiences of becoming more spiritual and connected with the earth/universe. Before I took them I was already on a spiritual path reading books like the Power of Now and a New Earth and taking Shrooms magnified the already enlightening process I was going through. This last time I took them about a month ago I came to so many realizations and reached such an unbelievable state of euphoria it was unbelievable. The next day I was so out of it because my serotonin levels were so low due to the euphoria. Shrooms are amazing... Just find what amount works for you, Stay balanced with how often you take them, and enjoy the rides.

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  15. I didn't finish this article have to later but I do just want to say that a large part of me feels like quitting drinking was made easy for me because of an unintentionally timed trip!! I took a long time for me to realize the impact of that trip but I was so nervous going into that weekend that I would give up my short stent of sobriety from alcohol. I made it trough tripping on mushrooms pleasantly happy to have not drank my self into oblivion!! I tried drinking 2x with in a month of this experience and found no more joy in it and have not had a desire to drink at all since around this time!!

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  16. I suppose this wouldn't be a safe thing to try while breastfeeding? I am anxious to try. I have a spiritual mind, but have had horrible anxiety & frustration lately. I believe his would hep.

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    1. As a breastfeeding momma who has eaten shrooms (before I had my baby), I wouldn't recommend it. It leaves your system relatively quickly, but you wouldn't want to breastfeed while tripping. In fact, I wouldn't recommend eating them unless you find a babysitter for the weekend. Everyone reacts to it differently. The first time I tripped I was so in my own mind that my friend talking to me really upset me, so dealing with a baby, even if your partner is taking care of everything, could be really counterproductive. Also, the day after can be hard, especially if you eat too much.

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  17. I'll try anything once and if it works I always become addicted. However the stories I've just read and have heard in the past indicate that this is probably safer than any anti-depressant I've tried in the past. This could be something for me to try without the side effects of pharmaceuticals. I have been on a spiritual journey for some time now and have learned that if it's natural, more than likely, it's safer and illegal opposed to those prescribed by doctors. It's sad that in a "Free World" people have to be cut off from nature and manipulated to believe that only legal is good. Just because it's an illegal drug and the masses have been trained to judge you for going outside the box, doesn't mean that there are not great rewards and potential greater outcomes in the quality of ones personal life. I've come to realize that if something is illegal but of nature then it is probably to liberating for a society to handle. After all, who really wants world peace and peace of mind??? Just a fantasy we have been told can never exist... At least, when there are politicians creating laws taking away every single freedom working diligently to take away possibilities of making decisions for ourselves. My wish for mankind is to decide for themselves what is good and bad. Somehow it's always the bad people telling oblivious people what is good, and they believe them.
    Today I'm taking back my freewill and consciously making a decision to pursue a mushroom trip, even if once. I'll decide what's best for me.

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    1. Good luck, keep it a low dose & stay away from assholes, go to nature if possible, me & a couple of friends saw a field of corn breathing once, another time i saw flowers struggling to drink the rain falling, like birds feeding their chicks. mushrooms are amazing once respected.

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  18. The government is afraid of us knowing the truth. Their afraid of an enlightened mind. Once you do shrooms you realize we've been told lies all our lives. You don't even have to do shrooms. The truth is still the truth and you cant hide it.

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    1. Exactly a self aware and concious society has no need of a government when the true nature of being is realised - the individual becomes self-governed. The collective human mind has and still is being manipulated but you can only change your individual world and have compassion for those that are ignorant of the nature of reality especially of the self

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  19. I would say that the sweet spot is, is based upon the individual.. its important to administer proper mental health exams prior and start low at first (much like many other medications).. I am an credential alcohol and substance abuse counselor and believe in the healing power of ayahuasca, psilocybin mushrooms, peyote, lsd-25, and iboga on many levels. I think society fears it because they do not understand its power, and as long as its a schedule 1 drug in USA, not much research will be done on its healing powers.. Thoughts?

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    1. Mushrooms and lsd have both helped me in my life. They helped me figure out who I was, made me feel more confident in who I am, and showed me a good time. Also they taught me less is more. Just as in life too much of anything can be bad

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    2. Shamanistic practice with entheogens is essentially what your describing. It has been a part of civilisation and the mind far far back- the ancient wisdom of these amazing tools will undoubtedly revive for this age needs to break out of the shackles of the egoself and realise the true nature of their own experience it is inevitable

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  20. I tried several sorts already when I was a teenager: I didn´t enjoy very much...It is all about theright measure!!! The DNA Double-helix was found when that "person" was taking LSD in small doses. only to stimulate your Brain.....Like in Cultures From South America...

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  21. Mushrooms are good, they grow wild in West Virginia, Pharmys are bad.... that is all.

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  22. i agree to a point, if you are serious about opening your mind, and keeping it open, try meditation, drugs arent really the right and true way to open your mind : ) <3 much love!

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    1. I have done mushrooms and I meditate and I have come to the conclusion that both are very valid ways to seek truth. How do you know they are wrong if you have never tried them? And you are contradicting yourself by saying that using psychedelic drugs are not the true way for opening the mind, yet that coment is so close minded. The problem is that you probably see mushrooms as drugs like cocaine or heroin, they are nothing of the sorts, I wouldn´t even consider them drugs, they have a soul to them, all they do is open the closed doors of perception in the brain and allow just like meditation for one to grasp on a higher reality, mushrooms expand your consciousness, probably even better than meditation, and they open the door for people who are not into spirituality or meditation. The only true way to open the mind is to do what works for you, and if that involves mushrooms then that is just as legit as meditation or any other method.

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  23. all i wanna know is where can i get me some boomers!

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  24. This is complete bs, if you can not achieve a higher awareness without drugs then you are no where near being spiritually enlightened.

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    1. Absolutely. Can't believe these folks actually think hallucinating and having your brain eaten is spiritual. These people clearly have alot,to learn...they are embarrassing

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    2. Completely agreed. I've done shrooms a few times, but I felt that my mind was already opened up before hand. You shouldn't count on drugs to have to do that for you..

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    3. That is true but have you tried the experience? Anybody can take boomers but did u lock yourself in darkness for few hours on 3-5 gr dried? It's all about perspective.
      If not, i understand. Its like going somewhere you wanna be but instead walking you take a bus or a cab or a rocket..
      For me it's all in all of us. If you are true to enlightenment it doesent matter what u do to achieve it. Route doesent matter. Joirney does.
      Meditation is like a shovel..slow, certain and gentle. Psichedelics are a like an enormous excavation truck digging into your subconscious. What kind of person are you? I like the truck personally but love the shovel..

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    4. Although I agree that a person should be trying to get there by other means than just psychoactive substances in spiritual exploration I think the position of calling BS on all this is a might arrogant when it's clear from looking at cultures and histories around the world that psy hedelics have been used sacrament ally since ancient times.
      When I was younger psychs were all about the enjoyment factor - the spiritual aspect is something that came as a surprise shovel to the head. Further exploration with dosage, set and setting showed me that these are a far more useful and import TOOL,and not just a hedonistic pleasure thing. he group of replies I respond to immediately made me think of a book I read years ago "Ecstasy Reconsidered" in which the author asked monks to take MDMA and comment on it in a spiritual context. Reports were along the lines of it being a shortcut to a headspace that can take the abstinent many years of practice to reach by other means. It's unrelated but kinda illustrates one of the points of contention

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  25. Yes! Hope cuts the long ones without constrapulation. Golden love thoughts carried along the first time undaunted, moreover togetherty.

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  26. ^^ bahajaha! moreover togetherty indeedy.

    how's the drill-bit that commented above you -
    "...These people clearly have alot,to learn...they are embarrassing"

    @mr/mrs/miss anonymous judge - perhaps you should go "learn" and try some mushies yourself before making a call on whether or not someone had a spiritual experience. tool.
    even if you have tried them, each to their own. some may sing a song in church and claim they had a spiritual experience. some may smoke some hash or do mushrooms and say the same.

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  27. "spirituality" is BS. It's just a way of thinking you have "beaten normal mind control" so you can have an excuse to get high without the guilt of punitive social norms. I did shrooms many years ago; I got high but since I don't believe in "spirituality", all I got is high. Big effing deal.

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    1. you sir are just someone who cant enter the right mind state

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    2. U are what u believe..nothing more nor less

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    3. You probably need to do some research on how your attitude and view of the surrounding world effects your position in relation to it... positive thoughts bring positive ends. ;-)

      And you have obviously NEVER done shrooms... One of best friends is a die hard atheist and cannot deny the fact that there is something very otherwordly about a REAL GENUINE magic mushroom experience.

      If all u are expecting is a "high" you should just probably not even take them... wrong reason all together.

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    4. I doubt you have done mushrooms, someone who has really done them would never say I got high and thats it, they are a mind blowing experience. And if you are so close minded and calling spirituality "beaten normal mind control" then what are you even doing on this page?

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  28. all natural/herbal medicines eg mushrooms, medical marijuana etc i reccomend to people having a tough time in their lives, by tough i mean by depression and such metal health disorders as it could be possible that these herbal products could change a persons prespective on life or his/her situation they are having troubles with at that point of time.

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  29. My personal experience was the exact same. I feel as though, through my experimenting, I gained a better understanding of myself.

    I realize that this comment, may be seemingly PARANOID, I still firmly believe that it was no accident that these drugs, having had been made illegal, by none other than ("We, The People") the government, is NO an accident. Of all the mood altering substances, somehow alcohol became the legal one, because they (we know) knew the lasting affects. Allowing the general population to expand their minds, would not have been conducive to the government and their long term business plan.....There. Haaa, I feel better!!!

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  30. I prefer to ea 5 -7 grams. that's usually when I get the full expierience. after many psychedelic expieriences both good and bad I prefer to take my chances with hoghg doses

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    1. How do you get started growing these?

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    2. Search tube lets grow mushrooms :)

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  31. How do you get started growing these?

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  32. I don't think its okay to promote using illegal drugs on a site where people really believe what they're reading. For all we know, this itself is government driven. I've done them plenty, and also haven't used for going on two years, nothing awakened my mind more than putting drugs/alcohol down...stop lying.

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    1. Well not all of us are born enligtened like yourself..:)... so..indigeonus folk eat those things for thousands of years for fun? And paint accurate dna helixes on the walls of caves at 1000bc out of coincidence? Ure missing out bro...its a source...a tool.. anyone who doesent see the potencial in this is a fool in my eyes.. but i guess the world would not function if everyone were enlightened...right? Peace

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    2. My god , lying???? NO NO we aint your government, we aint your FDA, WE DO NOT LIE. Your indoctrination is too deep, if you liken it to alchohol etc.Hardly 'anything' what the government tells you is true.Stop being a labor camp slave

      Dude do some research or cut the baa baa

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  33. U have been never eat them. I live in UK OXON how can i get them. Please help me to get them cuz when i read this wanna try it ;)

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    1. This comment above is probably a government bot. Don't respond.

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  34. Getting to a more spiritual place and state of self understanding is a beautiful thing no matter how people are getting there. That being said Psychidelics are as problematic as taking pharmeceutical medications.

    It's placing your spiritual unfoldment on an external source. It leads you to relying on something outside of you which makes you dependent, which is the same as bondage. Liberation/ freedom/ peace comes from not having external attachments, just existing as self. (non-attachment means being in the world but not of the world- swimming in the ocean and enjoying the water means we must not be attached to the water lest we try to hold on tight and drown. we have to free up the hands to keep flowing and moving forward-swami rama)

    You can reach the same states you reach with psychidelics in deep meditation and it's sustainable. Ram Daas talks about that in Be Here Now. Its a quick fix to do drugs and you can't sustain it on your own. In meditation it may take longer to get there but then you can go there any time, day, place.

    Additionally the very long term effects of doing psychidelics haven't been studied. Yoga and Meditation is about strengthening the nervous system so that we may experience heightened states of awareness and expansion without getting that terrible low feeling after from too big a rush of dopamine, seratonin, etc. Pushing into that state of high prana (life-source bliss) too quick, too fast, can fritz out the nervous system. It's like putting a hairdryer into a electricity socket with the wrong voltage, it will explode. I don't think this has been studied but I know many people personally who used to do lots of psychidelics and have strokes later in life, it's a symptom of the nervous system being weakened.

    Meditation lengthens your life and gives the same benefits these researchers are talking about in the study as well as what everyone is discussing in this feed. We have all we need to get there, you just need to sit down and tune in. Drugs just unlock parts of your brain and hormones that are already present. YOU are all powerful, pure bliss consciousness- don't look outside of yourself to find whats within. LOOK INWARD.

    aypsite.org or swamij.com have so much information on meditation and the nature of your true self, please explore and I hope you find liberation on your path

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    1. I definitely agree that people shouldn't rely on psychadelics. However, some people wouldn't start walking down the path if it weren't for them. They can really open the minds of people who wouldn't otherwise start a practice like yoga or meditation. Also, our world needs open minds NOW. I don't think we can afford to wait for everyone to become yogis. People need to understand the limitations of their perceptions SOON before we destroy ourselves.

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    2. I am so tired of theese self proclaimed yogis dissing psychedelics, for me if it were not for mushrooms and lsd combined with contemplation I would have never had a kundalini awakening, I have never done any yoga, I do meditate, but I do my own kind of meditation and the only reason why I meditate in the first place was thank to those amazing mind blowing experiences I had years ago. Everyone has there own way of seeking truth, no way is better than the other, for some its yoga, others meditation, others science, others religion, and others light bearing plants come to place. Yes more studies are necesary, and of course mushrooms are not a toy, or a drug that should be used regularly, but they are important, plus not everyone likes meditation or yoga because there are too many dogmatic ideas behind them, especially with yoga, and mushrooms can help people who are ignorant of spirituality experience it for themselves in a pragmatic way.

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  35. I was an insider.... excellent to purge all your organic system ....it destroyed a cold or flu in less than two....your good intellectuals capactitor open and remain on standby after. It give you forces an dicsoverance. Selfs benefits to try psylocibine are huge. And abuse dont work....

    B. Simon

    http://www.gang-stalkingbelgium.net

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  37. Love the fact that is much more known these days, that mushrooms are helpful in a lot of cases. I always buy magic truffles though, because they are somewhat milder. I shop them at Wholecelium.com

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  38. Magic Truffles does have similar effects as mushrooms give but truffles are different from shrooms and online portals like http://www.magic-truffles-shop.com/ offering excellent varieties of fresh truffles.

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