Set and setting are important to the psychedelic experience. Sensory deprivation techniques are used in therapeutic settings to make it easier to have such an experience.
Psychedelic therapy for anxiety and depression is a hot topic these days. You may have heard about it on Michael Pollan’s recent Netflix series, How to Change Your Mind. The series devotes each episode to a different psychedelic medicine including LSD, psilocybin, MDMA and mescaline. These four drugs all have their own benefits and drawbacks, similarly to ketamine. Let’s take a look at each drug’s legal status, safety concerns and indicated uses.
Psychedelic integration is the process of drawing insight from an often enigmatic experience. It’s a practice of working with a professional to inform personal growth. The process of integration can even help make a “difficult” experience, a really valuable one.
The warmth of the space, the aroma in air, the security in trusted company…your environment is everything during your psychedelic experience. It isn’t about what you’re ingesting, it’s about how it’s being absorbed. Set and setting can be the difference between a good trip and a challenging one.
The first thing to know about paying for ketamine psychedelic therapy is that it is an investment in yourself. Payment isn’t just the price of healing, it’s part of the process.
Psychedelic therapy is not the same as psycholytic therapy. In psychedelic therapy, patients have breakthrough experiences. The purpose of psycholytic therapy is to enhance talk therapy sessions by microdosing.