Dr. Robin Carhart-Harris heads the Psychedelic Research Group within the Centre for Psychiatry at Imperial College London. He joins us on Adventures Through The Mind to talk about the Entropic Brain (and mind) theory, complexity vs. order, the disproportionate representation of ‘ego’ consciousness in modern civilisation and its impacts on the natural world, confirmation biases and misreporting in psychedelic science and, of course, how psychedelics work in the brain.
The discussion of organic vs. synthetic within this essay is intended to establish a framework for the use synthetic psychedelics as having the potential to offer substantial personal benefit.
An essay exploring love, romance, wounds, and loneliness.
“There’s no such thing as a bad trip” is a concept that is rising in popularity among experienced drug users. However, I don’t subscribe to this concept. To me, there is such a thing as a bad trip and it is determined by how we choose to deal with an uncomfortable experience.
I have been exploring the ‘Paul Stamets Nootropic Vitamin Complex, Stacking Formula For Epigenetic Neurogenesis’ for about 3 months. It contains three ingredients, including psilocybin mushrooms.
My thoughts on the ‘reality’ of psychedelic entities, plant spirits, and the potentials of spiritual bypassing in psychedelic work.
I used to vape a lot, every day. Most days there would be periods where I would just haul on it steadily, every minute…