Species Connectedness and Psychedelics

Krippner, S., & Luke, D. P. (2009). Psychedelics and species connectedness.

            Bulletin of the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies, 19 (1), 12-15.

 

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Extract

The fact that this special issue of the MAPS Bulletin is given over solely to ecology suggests that at the very least the consumption of psychedelic substances leads to an increased concern for Nature and ecological issues. On one level we can understand that this may be due to a basic appreciation of place and aesthetics that accompanies the increased sensory experience, or that since psychedelic plants come from Nature we are forced to enter its realms when we search them out. However, on a deeper level we can also appreciate that a communication with Nature may on occasion occur through the phenomenological properties of the psychedelic experience, some of which have been hailed by experients as life-transforming and spiritually renewing, even “mystical.”  

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