Integrating Your Experience: Why You May Question Your Sexuality After Using Psychedelics

Before I first experienced psychedelics, I considered myself bi-curious and had a healthy sexual appetite. But even with my openness to alternative sexualities, I was unprepared for the way psychedelics made me question my own sexuality and the common sexual identities created by society. My sexual desires did not change, but I began to question […]

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Achieving the “Set” in Set and Setting: 4 Principles to Make the Most of Your Psychedelic Experience

When I recently had the opportunity to talk with a psychedelic integration specialist, we discussed all kinds of topics—addiction, anxiety, mindfulness, and, of course, psychedelic experiences. With several years under his belt as a recovery coach and integration specialist for Being True to You, John Bodine has talked to many people about their psychedelic journeys, […]

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The Differences (and Similarites) Between Psychedelic Integration and Recovery Coaching

Talking about psychedelics can be tricky. Psychedelics like LSD, psilocybin, MDMA, and DMT are all still illegal, meaning that, in the eyes of the federal government, they have no medicinal or therapeutic value. Yes, there’s a huge body of research that suggests otherwise (in addition to the multitude of personal accounts), but the current legal […]

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