Doors of Perception: How Aldous Huxley Brought LSD Therapy to His Readers

Aldous Huxley was, perhaps, the definition of a “mid-century British intellectual”; he was the Platonic ideal you’d conjure up if someone used that phrase. Tall, thin, spectacled (he struggled with sight his whole life), Huxley could effortlessly quote thousands of years of literature and deliver insight to you in a reedy trans-Atlantic accent. But his […]

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How Music Enhances Your LSD Experience and May Benefit Psychedelic Therapy

Last week, Imperial College London released a landmark study that shows a possible neurological connection between listening to music and the visions associated with an LSD experience. The study, published in concert with the Beckley Foundation, might help explain scientifically what many people have experienced subjectively on an LSD trip — epic visualization, a sense of oneness […]

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