Three Ways College Campuses Are Influencing the Future of Psychedelics

Strolling through your university campus during your first month, you will likely be greeted by booths for several clubs and societies. The Entrepreneurs Network, Students for Environmental Action, Amateur Radio Club, and… Psychedelic Club? Because psychedelic use tends to be the highest among college-aged individuals (age 18-25), it makes sense that college campuses are a […]

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A Healing Crisis to Make You Whole: Breaking Down the Benefits of Holotropic Breathwork

In 2008, holotropic breathwork facilitator Martin Boroson wrote an article for Inside Out trying to dispel some of the more controversial myths surrounding the decades-old breathing practice. Holotropic breathwork is best known as a technique to achieve psychedelic-like states without using psychedelics, but Boroson was attempting to get at the technique’s deeper healing aspects. When […]

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MDMA By Any Other Name: How Street Names Harm the Reputation of Psychedelic Therapy

The media currently seems to be filled with two types of stories about ecstasy. In some stories, ecstasy is described as a seductive drug that captivates youth dance culture and seduces innocent young people into dangerous situations. These stories tell about unaware party-goers who purchase illegal substances, hoping to obtain “ecstasy,” and end up slipping […]

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