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Incredible Changes in Brain on Shrooms

Incredible Changes in Brain on Shrooms

Shrooms are made up of nearly 100 species of fungi and have a mind-blowing effect that can be felt while using. It contributes to the process of serotonin, which is the cause of many brain divergences. It prompts the change in mind behavior and produces a magical and amazing effect which contributes to getting rid of the mind distortion. The envision of the brain during these types of the process can be seen by many contemporary techniques like functional magnetic resonance imaging. All these processes are done by the linking of psilocybin with receptors that stimulate the healing of the brain and consciousness. According to research conducted by the national institute on drug abuse, magic mushrooms have a similar effect to marijuana and...

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How to Meditate on Shrooms (7 Tips)

How to Meditate on Shrooms (7 Tips)

Psychedelics, when used the right way, are a great way to put some of life’s problems in the back banner, but what if you could combine them with meditation? Think about it. Shrooms improve your mental well-being, while meditation helps you relax and is known to improve your physical and emotional health. Combining the two creates a win-win situation. The only drawback is we don’t all have the skills, and possibly even time, to practice meditation. So how do we approach this activity? Vishen Lakhiani, a personal growth expert, says the common mistake people make when meditating is they think it’s about consciously trying to empty their thoughts, which it isn’t. According to Vishen, mediation is about “engaging your mind and asking...

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Can Psychedelic Shrooms Help Us Achieve A Flow-Like State?

Can Psychedelic Shrooms Help Us Achieve A Flow-Like State?

Have you ever been so engrossed in a task you were doing that time just seems to fly by as you go about accomplishing your mission? When you get into a state where all of your senses are completely immersed in the task at hand, where you feel fully energized and you’re thoroughly enjoying what you’re doing then you are in the state of flow. Anyone who’s ever truly experienced flow will tell you there’s simply no substitute for it. Flow is as close as you’ll ever get to a superpower, and once you’ve had a taste of it you’ll keep craving for more and more. It’s the rocket fuel of our creative efforts, sometimes referred to as being “in the zone”. Mihály Csíkszentmihályi, a Hungarian-American psychologist, identified and named the...

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