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11 Reddit comments about How to Change Your Mind: What the New Science of Psychedelics Teaches Us About Consciousness, Dying, Addiction, Depression, and Transcendence:

u/Something4YourMind · 2 pointsr/LSD
u/b0tch7 · 2 pointsr/Futurology

Everyone interested in this needs to read How to Change Your Mind by Michael Pollan

u/stalematedizzy · 2 pointsr/norge

Heldigvis er nye verktøy på vei inn helsevesenet, om enn altfor sakte.

Svært mange kan bli hjulpet ut av fortvilelsen ved hjelp av disse, så lenge de benyttes på en ansvarlig måte.

https://www.amazon.com/Change-Your-Mind-Consciousness-Transcendence-ebook/dp/B076GPJXWZ

Michael Pollan On The Healing Power Of Psychedelics

Michael Pollan: "How to Change Your Mind" | Talks at Google

Edit: Er også redd Halvard Hanevold delte samme skjebne, siden det meg bekjent, ikke har vært publisert noe om dødsårsaken hans.

u/mrgermy · 1 pointr/shittyaskscience

Here is a newer book on the subject.

u/Captain_Midnight · 1 pointr/Psychedelics

Michael Pollan recently wrote a book that deals a lot with the recent studies and trials that are investigating the credibility of psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy.

He went on a big book tour, and some of the interviews are up on YouTube.

With Sam Harris

With Joe Rogan

u/TheBroMagnon · 1 pointr/FloatTank

That's a question that can't easily be answered in a quick comment. I highly recommend this book called "How to Change Your Mind" by Michael Pollan: audible and amazon links. One of my favorite reads so far this year.

u/drunken_monk84 · 1 pointr/ForeverAlone

Okay understood especially if she seemed to be chasing something for the wrong reasons. The Carl Hart book and his podcast appearances definitely (check the Joe Rogan ones) provide an alternative perspective on drugs (including the comparison with the damage of alcohol) thats worth consideration. Looking back I wish I would have been a lot more open minded in high school as I would have probably had a bit more of a positive experience overall (zero social life lol).

Micheal Pollan is worth a check as well https://smile.amazon.com/Change-Your-Mind-Consciousness-Transcendence-ebook/dp/B076GPJXWZ. His Joe Rogan podcast was pretty informative too.

u/wusticality · 0 pointsr/exchristian

Yes. Have you ever had a psychedelic experience? It's pretty much guaranteed. :)

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https://www.amazon.com/dp/B076GPJXWZ/ref=dp-kindle-redirect?_encoding=UTF8&btkr=1

u/NowhereUniverse · -3 pointsr/Gangstalking

Don't touch pharmaceuticals for BPD. Practice mindfulness meditation so you get good at watching your mind and explore any past trauma. You can listen to Sam Harris' guided meditations, for example. Recognize that the inability to feel connection is just maladaptive brain mechanisms and trust that there are people you can trust and love/feel-loved-by if you search. Learn about and avoid relationships with psychological dysfunctional people - it's easy to attach to them and get hurt.

Try cannabis, and if you don't suffer paranoia or a "psychotic break" on it, use it to help with the meditation. If you do suffer paranoia or a break, lay off for a bit and continue meditation. You can keep trying cannabis as you get better at dealing with your issues.

Try MDMA if you can get a hold of a pure dose. Don't use too much too often because it's toxic - but you'll feel love unlike anything. If you've felt you've made progress with cannabis, consider psychedelics like psilopcybin starting with tiny doses. Work up to a full experience. LSD can be wonderful, but there are risks. Understand that bad trips are possible, but can be learning experiences.

Again, do not touch standard pharmaceutical solutions, which are lousy for BPD anyway. Read Micheal Pollen's book on psychadelics and the resurgence in research.

I have BPD as well (I'm male). The sensitivity of your emotions can be used for good. Focus on the empathy and learn to control and direct the anger. Avoid alcohol and cigarettes like the plague.

This process will take years, but can be done.