Psychedelic Passage
We are a collective of integration coaches who exist to help you harness the healing power of psychedelics, while minimizing the risk of a “bad trip”.

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Over the past several decades, public interest in psychedelic therapy has waxed and waned. In recent years, intrigue around entheogens is again on the rise, as is their potential for healing and medicinal use. In some ways, this is a sign that the Western concept of wellness, which has long eschewed the mental and spiritual for the physical body, is beginning to come back around.

Another signal of this shift in attitude is the renewed interest in psychedelic assisted psychotherapy. …


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A few decades ago, it would be unfathomable to think that taking small and frequent amounts of a psychedelic substance could improve your life, let alone your performance at work. In his 2011 biography, the late Steve Jobs described how his psychedelic use was pivotal to his creativity and legacy at Apple.

Today, notable Silicon Valley entrepreneurs like Tim Ferris have catapulted the idea of microdosing psilocybin (magic mushrooms) to boost work performance into the mainstream.

Microdosing psilocybin for improved performance is certainly a popular topic. …


You’re never too old — but you may be too young.

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It’s no secret that, especially recently, people of all ages are becoming interested in psychedelics. From Silicon Valley using psychedelics to improve work performance to stories of psilocybin’s role in helping terminal patients face their impending death, people from all walks of life are wondering how they too can harness the power of psychedelics.

And while it is clear that psychedelics can have a positive benefit at various stages of life, more people have been wondering, what is the proper age to begin using psychedelics?


Hint: You may be surprised by some of the applications.

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For many of us in America, our understanding of psychedelics comes from pop culture references and misinformation from our middle school drug awareness programs. So it’s no surprise many people associate psychedelics with recreational drug use.

These experiences tend to focus on social gatherings and are used for entertainment. But what if we told you there’s a more meaningful way to use psychedelics? A way that can help you resolve enormous life problems or help you craft a more fulfilling and happy lifestyle?

The therapeutic use of psychedelic compounds isn’t new-despite their limited application in modern western medical practice. While many of us are just becoming aware of the potential benefits of psilocybin, mescaline, ayahuasca, and other entheogenic compounds, each of these substances has a long and storied history of use in medicinal and spiritual contexts in cultures around the world. …


What to consider when searching for a reputable clinic in your area.

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You may have heard of ketamine before, but may be surprised that its recent popularity isn’t because of its pain-relieving qualities. Traditionally used as an anesthetic, the medical application of the psychedelic drug has evolved over the past few decades.

New scientific research indicates it may be very effective in treating severe depression among other mental health issues. Today, psychologists and patients alike are excited about ketamine’s mental health potential. Now, there are hundreds of ketamine clinics popping up in the US, where patients will go seeking ketamine assisted therapy for treatment resistant depression or anxiety.

If you’ve heard of ketamine clinics, you may be one of the many people asking, “ how do I find a ketamine clinic near me?” In this article we will provide some history and context surrounding ketamine, it’s application in mental health, and actionable steps on how to find the right ketamine clinic for you. …


Here are 5 reasons people don’t “trip” even after consuming high doses.

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Using the standard definition of the word, a trip is an act of going to a place and returning; a journey or excursion, especially for pleasure. But in this article, we’re not talking about going on a vacation or taking a trip to the grocery store.

In the psychedelic sense, the term “trip” describes the hallucinogenic event that occurs after taking a certain dose of a psychedelic substance. Perhaps some might describe the experience as visiting or touring different realities.

The phrase was coined in the 1950’s in studies led by the Central Intelligence Agency by scientists who were experimenting with LSD for potential use as an interrogation tool. Despite the US government’s early attempts to use psychedelics for coercive purposes, modern scientific research has shown many potential positive mental health effects from psychedelic use, including alleviating symptoms of treatment-resistant addiction, depression, anxiety, and PTSD, to name a few. …

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