For this session of The Psychedelic Café we explore the question: Why Does Our Sense Of Connection Matter?
Shelley and Charley Wininger join us to tell a story of great loss, one that provides the context to wonder about the potential of group MDMA experiences for grief and the recently bereaved, as well as questions about death and dying, feeling safe to be vulnerable, and the profound healing of togetherness in times of great loss.
Charley Wininger joins us to talk about MDMA for couples, as well as MDMA for personal healing, spiritual awakening, and staying connected to the joy of being alive as we age into the winter years of our lives.
Have you ever suffered the “Gloomy Tuesday” after a weekend with MDMA? Or maybe you are like me and it’s not just Tuesday but Monday through Friday and maybe into the following weekend. I get hit hard with the MDMA hangover and so I was SUPER grateful to learn about this hack for curing it
Increasingly more so it has become obvious that the so-called Drug War is only making things worse and that prohibition may very well be the cause of the fatal drug problems we see in the modern world. It was great to get Emanual’s thoughts on this as a 20-year advocate for harm reduction.
MDMA is on the front lines of the psychedelic renaissance, shining a light of hope into the lives of those suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).