You have prepared for your travels, went on your journey, and have returned home.

Now you might be saying to yourself:
Okay. Ya. Wow. How to even begin to make sense of it all?”

The next step is for you to make sense of the experience through psychedelic integration - a process of reflection, meaning making, and action.

Integration is a key ingredient to ensure your psychedelic experience is long-lasting; not momentary nor fleeting. Integration captures insights and explores ways of embodying these experiences that are in-line with your values. We will follow a plan that facilitates long-term change and personal growth.

To integrate your experience, discover principles of change, and make sense of it all, access the FULL Integration Guidebook here.

* If you have had a difficult experience and are having trouble coping, do not delay in seeking consultation with your primary healthcare provider.

The Doors of Perception Know your Psychedelic.


Psilocybin containing mushrooms and their psychoactive properties have been used for millennia for healing and transformation. Psilocybin, when ingested, is converted to psilocin and interacts primarily with serotonin receptors. The effect is a non-ordinary state of consciousness that lasts for about 6 hours. In research, Psilocybin’s therapeutic potential is most noted for treatment-resistant depression and illness-related anxiety.

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LSD is synthesized from an extraction of ergot–a fungus that grows on grain. Like psilocybin, LSD affects serotonin receptors and causes psychedelic experiences that last for about 10-12 hours. In research, LSD’s therapeutic potential is most noted for alcohol use disorder and anxiety. 

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MDMA is different. It’s referred to as an empathogen vs as a psychedelic, and this fits. It induces strong empathy, positive emotional states and prosocial behavior. MDMA, when used for self-discovery, may help one gain insights, find clarity and embrace difficult memories with empathy and acceptance. In research, MDMA is most noted for good outcomes in people with post-traumatic stress disorder when combined with psychotherapy.

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