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South American Vine Treats Neurogenerative Disorders and Is More Powerful Than Antidepressants

The Mind Unleashed

on 3 March, 2014 at 09:59

Banisteriopsis caapi, also known as ayahuasca, caapi or yaje, is a South American jungle vine used to prepare a decoction with a long history of entheogenic uses as a medicine and “plant teacher” among the indigenous peoples of the Amazon Rainforest. 972 more words

Spirituality

New Video Available: Neurons to Nirvana: Understanding Psychedelic Medicines

(DVD) Directed by Oliver Hockenhull. Featuring interviews with: Wade Davis, Rick Doblin, Julie Holland, Gabor Mate, Dennis J. McKenna, Ralph Metzner, Jeremy Narby and others. 227 more words

Science

Alice's Adventures in Wonderland Revisited

The man walked along, with hands in his pockets. “Will I ever get out of this place?” He didn’t much care, he told himself, but for some reason he kept on walking, eyes pointed down, dragging his feet as if the ground needed a cleaning… 1,496 more words

Just a Little Romantic Valentine's Day of Tripping Balls on Ayahuasca in the Peruvian Amazon

It is Valentine’s Day and we are doing ayahuasca in the Peruvian Amazon tonight.

Ayahuasca is a psychedelic brew prepared from Amazonian plant infusions that is supposed to help you tap into your inner subconscious and cause spiritual awakening.   2,221 more words

South America

Ayahuasca - a mind-blowing experience!

In Cusco, Peru, a guy called Angel crossed my path and told me about his work at a Shamanic healing centre. Shamans (medicine men) perform ancient healing ceremonies, praying to Pacha Mama (Mother Earth) and dwelling in the spiritual world. 668 more words

Welcome to the Jungle

Off to the Amazon in Iquitos, Peru today! It was sad to leave Lima and the Sister. We had been having such a great time! I wish she could come. 870 more words

South America

Sunday Matinee: The Tao of Physics

“Science does not need mysticism and mysticism does not need science but man needs both.”- Fritjof Capra

Greetings Argonauts,

Lemme first say that I am sorry about the delay but I’m hoping for a “better late than never” absolution today. 552 more words

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