We are excited to collaborate with the Centre of Psychedelic Research at Imperial College London for a study that is aiming to measure the wide-ranging benefits of psychedelic experiences in safe and guided settings.

 

Through your upcoming experience with us, you can join by donating a little time to this ambitious research project: www.ceremonystudy.com 

 

Your participation is entirely anonymous and you can opt out of the study at any point.

 

This video explains in detail the study and how your contribution matter to advance the psychedelic sciences. 

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THE EXPERIENCE

What happens during a psychedelic experience with Psilocybin?

Our perception of reality is quite limited by our ability to see only a small spectrum of the light waves, same for sounds and other energies. These filters are very useful in our day to day "problem solving state" of consciousness. With psilocybin truffles, these filters seem to fade away, leaving you open to a multitude of feelings and impressions. You will feel open and it is possible to see geometric shapes and colours, even with your eyes closed.  

They show you "why" you do or think the way you do.

Psychedelics take you on a “trip” into your subconsciousness. You let go of the wheel and climb into the back seat. In a dream like state, but awake you can resource old memories, old motivations for doing, feeling or thinking a certain way. It can provide a new perspective and change your ideas, feelings or emotions about things. Critical thinking, perfectionism or OCD, anxieties, depressive thoughts, feelings of inadequacy or insecurity are all affected by clear new perspectives and inner dialogues about these, in the psychedelic state. 

Changing your mind and how you feel is done by changing your perspective. 

Your world is your perception of it. Changing your mind through psychedelic insights leads to more emotional balance and feeling better about yourself and your life’s journey.

In the psychedelic state you can question and analyse your (false) convictions, assumptions and (irrational or social or cultural) fears or inhibitions to get a new, clear and true perspective on who you really are and how you can feel about that. Everyone is worthy of (self) love, has a valuable message, a unique story and can be secure in feeling positive about themselves.  

 

Psychedelic insights are a way of resetting your beliefs in an internal dialogue that changes your perspective and how you feel about things.

The experience is an inner journey, eyes closed and dream-like but awake, seeing and feeling through the forgiving perspective of objectivity, it can positively change perspectives. Access your subconscious motivations. Question them.  To more lovingly experience another perception of the self, others and/or past or current events. To move on, evolve, grow, let go, get un-stuck and “de-velop” yourself? 

Change your mind and change how you feel.

 

This is why all research consistently has positive results; Because the problem is not the problem, how you feel about the problem is the problem. The world is our perception of it and changing that is how you feel about things, from the heart. The truest center of you.

Manifest your soul

The term psychedelic is derived from the Greek words ψυχή (psyche, "soul, mind") and δηλείν (delein, "to manifest"), hence "soul-manifesting", the implication being that psychedelics can access the soul and develop unused potentials of the human mind. For this reason, we are called psychedelic insights. Every research study is positive, addressing addiction, anxieties or fear of death, depression, obsessive compulsive disorder, post traumatic stress syndrome, etc. etc. It is the insight (the deeper truth) that changes your (false but strong) convictions of your “dis-ease”.

 

So to change your perspective is to change how you feel.