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Psilocybin and compassion are both linked to our ability to feel emotional pain as it arises

By examining this correlation from a trauma-informed, psychotherapeutic framework, we find an understanding of emotional healing and healthy emotional processes, with or without psilocybin on board.

This lecture will explore the essence of compassion and how a lack of it is related to early childhood trauma and emotional repression. Furthermore, it will explore the potential of psilocybin in the resolution of emotional trauma and the cultivation of healthier relationships, as well as the potential of suffering as a necessary skill for being an adult.

To start off the new year, 2021, rather than an interview I have chosen to release the recording of a lecture I gave in Stockholm, Sweden on August 13, 2018.

The original title of this lecture was “The Role Of Psilocybin In The Cultivation Of Compassion and Empathy”

(This only contains the main talk and not the Q&A that followed. I did, however, upload for $8+ patrons the q&a as well as a recording of this same talk given in London, England that same year.)

Enjoy!

(p.s. please be aware that there is quite a bit more cursing in this episode than normal.)


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