Our psychedelic correspondent Rosalind Stone gives her overview of this year’s Breaking Convention conference – where are we headed?
My life forever changed as the Earth was peacefully drifting through space, as always, not particularly caring about the humans it carries or their astral travels. It was a warm July afternoon, without a cloud in the sky. The beautiful Hungarian meadow I had been calling my home for a week was the set of […]
“It made my nose tingle when I snorted the dust off my finger,” my best friend Heli called as she emerged from a toilet cubicle. “Weird.” At the time, the significance of those words vanished like a swirl of cream into the soup of my consciousness. I remember thinking, importantly, that it looked as though […]
On April 21st, Dr. James Fadiman and Dr. Sophia Korb presented the results of their large-scale microdosing research for the first time at the Psychedelic Science 2017 in Oakland, California. See the whole presentation below! “Main point: no classical psychedelic effects. If you’re taking a microdose, and you feel a little high, that’s a little […]
This month, MAPS hosts their third International Psychedelic Science Conference in Oakland, California. This event has always been a highlight in our calendar, bringing together all the brightest minds and biggest characters in the psychedelic community. This year, as well as music, comedy and workshop events, a huge range of research will be presented to the delegates. From meditation […]
Community is something we do, but it is also a dynamic property of our relationships with one and other. More so than others, psychedelic communities are do-acracies where action is queen and people self-elect to the roles they play. Think about it—as I explored in finding psychedelic community—people seek others who have done psychedelics. To grow psychedelic communities, you can’t […]