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Is Good Therapy Too Inaccessible to POC?

Navigating health insurance to find a therapist is hard enough. It's even harder when you're a black woman, seeking a black female therapist.
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Ego Death: Everything You Should Know

Ego death can be among the most transcendent or terrifying events of a person's life. But what exactly is happening in the brain during this kind of psychedelic experience?
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Why I Quit Microdosing LSD

Is microdosing worth all the hype? Some psychonauts say no, arguing in favor of less frequent (macro)doses.
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3 Psychedelic Books to Have on Your Shelf

The essential Psychedelics 101 curriculum—with some deep cuts, too.
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“Gracias Compañera”: Inside Mexico’s International Zapatista Feminist Summit

The women-only gathering in the Chiapas highlands lures women from around the world to fight the patriarchy, and rail against femicide.
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Using Psychedelics to Heal from Sexual Trauma

Psychedelics are promising tools to help survivors reprocess their experience and heal from PTSD.
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What Does It Mean to “Be Here Now?”

One man tackles an age-old question—and comes upon insights, beneficial to us all.
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What Permaculture Teaches Us About Psychedelics

Permaculture helps us recognize systemic patterns and relationships—here's how that applies to the psychedelic movement.
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Goodbye, Ram Dass. We Love You.

Ram Dass was ready to die. Here's how we can honor his legacy.
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Prescription Psychedelics are Almost Here—But Western Medicine Isn’t Ready

A paradigm shift needs to happen as psychedelics go legal. PEACH—Psychedelic Education and Community Healing—is the path forward.