Part 3: Interlude feat. Ronan Levy @ Field Trip Health – Psychedelic Communities, Tribalism, and Divisions
We need to approach the psychedelic system, improving the very nature of the machine. We hone, we define, we communicate, and we educate.v
“I generally believe that the factions in the psychedelic industry are acting with good intention and for that I respect them. But to draw lines, to criticize, to judge, to resort to outrage, pettiness or insult defeats the one thing that the world needs more of these days, and the one thing more than any other than I think psychedelics help people tap into: compassion.”
– Ronan Levy, Executive Chairman of Field Trip Health
Where do Psychedelics benefit?
Fundamentally, we need to approach the psychedelic system in a way that improves the very nature of the machine. We hone, we define, we communicate, and we educate. The wheel turns, and we can be there to adapt to a world where psychedelics are as relevant as they’ve ever been.
Regardless of your ideal destination, these tenets drive the understanding needed to introduce a fractured world to the earth-shattering realizations delivered by psychedelic compounds.
We know it. But they don’t know it. To them, it’s another pharmaceutical advertisement, another quack cure, another new-age approach to them becoming better than they are. We know it’s more.
From a college student in a basement, exploring his inner cosmos – to a stay-at-home mother that has suffered from depression unresponsive to therapy – there remains a defining core to the divisions within psychedelic communities.
We seek to help, to support, to rise above. Do we not?
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Part 2: A Journey Through Psychedelics – Dr. Ivan Casselman – Psychedelic Communities, Tribalism, and Divisions
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