How Psychedelics Can Save the World: Visionary & Indigenous Voices Speak Out
by Stephen Gray Editor and Julie Holland, MD Foreword
Psychedelics have increasingly found their way back into the cultural zeitgeist in recent years. Despite their criminalization during the latter half of the 20th century, they have long held a place of cultural and spiritual significance in many Indigenous societies, and are now being used to great effect in treating everything from addiction to PTSD. In this book, 25 different contributors show how Indigenous wisdom can work in concert with psychedelics to aid in the transformations of consciousness that will be necessary as the world continues to change. Includes essays from psychedelic visionaries Christopher Bache, Zoe Helene, Wade Davis, Chris Kilham, Laurel Sugden, and others on the promise of psychedelic medicines for spiritual and healing work.
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