In this free webinar we discuss 8 of the most common mistakes so you can avoid them.
Psychedelic experiences are regularly reported as being some of the most profound and meaningful experiences in people's lives. New data is being released regularly about the medical and psychological benefits of psychedelic drugs. As the psychedelic research field continues to grow, the general public is starting to become more interested in the potential benefits that psychedelics may have on mental health and overall well-being. Just because the research points towards positive results, this does not mean positive results will be experienced through recreational use. While recreational experiences have been very beneficial for people in some capacity the risk for psychological and physical danger increases.
With all that said, it is hard to describe how difficult and uncomfortable a bad psychedelic experience can be. If you've had one, odds are you'd like to avoid a repeat. This is why we have put together this short webinar, so you can learn some of the most common mistakes and hopefully avoid them.
At Psychedelics Today, we believe difficult experiences can have value, but they are only desirably under very specific situations.
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About Kyle Buller:
Kyle’s interest in exploring non-ordinary states of consciousness began when he was 16-years-old, when he suffered a traumatic snowboarding accident. Waking up after having a near-death experience changed Kyle’s life. Since then, Kyle has earned his B.A. in Transpersonal Psychology, where he studied the healing potential of non-ordinary states of consciousness by exploring shamanism, plant medicine, Holotropic Breathwork, and the roots/benefits of psychedelic psychotherapy. Kyle has co-taught two college-level courses. Kyle's senior capstone project, “Stanislav Grof’s Psychology of Extraordinary Experiences,” turned into a full three-credit course. Kyle also co-created, “The History of Psychedelics” with Lenny Gibson.
Kyle is currently pursuing his M.S. in clinical mental health counseling with an emphasis in somatic psychology. Kyle’s clinical background in mental health consists of working with at-risk teenagers in crisis and with individuals experiencing an early-episode of psychosis. Kyle also facilitates Transpersonal Breathwork workshops.
About Joe Moore:
Joe studied philosophy in New Hampshire, where he earned his B.A.. After stumbling upon the work of Stanislav Grof during his undergraduate years, Joe began participating in Holotropic Breathwork workshops in Vermont in 2003. Joe helped facilitate Holotropic and Transpersonal Breathwork workshops while he spent his time in New England. He is now working in the software industry as well as hosting a few podcasts. Joe now coordinates Dreamshadow Transpersonal Breathwork workshops, in Breckenridge, Colorado.