Guiding a Psychedelic Trip is Wrong

You don’t need a guide.

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In my opinion, people on strong psychedelic trips are basically the best judges of what is going on in their own minds and should not be forced to do anything. They should just be left alone and allowed to experience whatever reality they happen upon.

The idea of 'teaching' people about psychedelic trips is mostly wrong-headed. People…

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Pieces of the integral man. Specialist in the responsible use of psychedelics. https://t.me/perrella

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Alexandre Porto

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Pieces of the integral man. Specialist in the responsible use of psychedelics. https://t.me/perrella

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