With the instability of the modern world, subjects like alternative therapy and psychedelics can seem too nebulous to consider. But what if they actually offer distinct clarity that could change our perspective on society and human consciousness as we know it?
In this episode, we connect with Jahan Khamsehzadeh, the author of The Psilocybin Connection: Psychedelics, the Transformation of Consciousness, and Evolution on the Planet – An Integral Approach. He sits down to discuss his new book and the role he plays in the fascinating world of psychedelic medicine.
In his book, Jahan provides a comprehensive guide to psilocybin mushrooms and their impact on our psychology, biology, and social development. Through his writing, Jahan “moves our understanding of the psychedelic mushroom forward toward a fresh, hopeful, and exciting future…”
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