Dr. Strange psychedelic scene
Yesterday I guided a returning client who had tried ayahuasca after an introductory low dose psilocybin session. After the ayahuasca ceremony, this client wanted to try psiloflora and then the extended version with more plants collaborating for a deeper experience. During the psiloflora session there were many impressions and a lot happened. The scene below resembled what happened during the peak of the session.
It feels like something has healed
During this psiloflora session, this person felt that something had healed while pointing to the head. What it meant exactly could not be explained in words. It often happens that psychedelic sessions and the experience cannot be put into words and there is no need to. As soon as we start attaching words to it, it loses information because words are then just frames with a limited meaning.
Then what is the cure?
Physical changes in the brain due to psychedelic sessions can be measured. Neuroplasticity increases due to the increased stimulation of the creation of new nerve connections. These new connections provide a changing stimulus conduction so that old patterns and negative circular thinking can be broken.
Psychedelics can be healing in several ways, as they trigger multiple psychic and biochemical processes. The increased degree of neuroplasticity is partly caused by BDNF, which is released by the 5HT2a receptor stimulation of psychedelics.
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The stress-reducing effect of psychedelic sessions has a long-term positive effect on BDNF and overall health. Stress reduction is currently attributed to the fact that the Default Mode Network (DMN), which is concerned with the past and the future, will be put on the back burner. Less fear of what is to come ensures less cortisol and more self-healing capacity of the body.
Read more about it here Default Mode Network
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