Advancements in the past few years have revolutionized our understanding of how psilocybin works in the brain.
While there is a growing number of scientific studies surrounding psilocybin and its benefits, it’s the participants subjective, or mystical, experience we’ll focus on.
The most important thing you can do is to approach the experience with an accepting attitude and open mind.
There is a notion that there is something powerful, knowledgable and beautiful within us— our inner healing wisdom.
It’s completely normal to feel a bit stirred up. Being “stirred up” can look a lot of different ways: It could be heightened emotionality, or feeling really raw or very open.
Psychedelics aren't for everyone. Some people should avoid "mind revealing" substances like psilocybin due to mental or physical health conditions.