Memories of ayahuasca arise, the feeling tone they echo in my soul is alive in me and now I’m sitting here immersed the presence of vulnerability and sadness.
That which we experience as reality is the epiphenomenon of a conditioned psyche, operated in congruence with the ‘physical’ organs of the body, rendering inherently meaningless sensory data into a meaningful experience.
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James Jesso is part of the new generation of psychedelic pioneers. He is an author of three books on psychedelics — Decomposing the Shadow: Lessons…
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