Cancer interrupts our experience of life in profound ways. Few experiences short of death are as challenging. We may find ourselves re-examining our entire sense of meaning and purpose. For some, living with cancer awakens a desire for new spiritual practices and perspectives; for others, it sparks a crisis of faith. There are many methods to support and accompany conventional cancer treatment, including plant-based medicines, bodywork, centering practices, talk therapies, support communities, and more. We’ve started gathering valuable information on this topic, but haven’t yet curated the findings.

Psilocybin Sessions: Psychedelics Could Help People with Addiction and Anxiety

Study participants at some of the country's leading medical research centers are going through intense therapy and six-hour psychedelic journeys deep into their minds to do things like quit smoking and worry less.

The Trip Treatment

Research into psychedelics, shut down for decades, is now yielding exciting results.

'60 Minutes' Segment Explores Psychedelics Research at Johns Hopkins

Scientists Roland Griffiths and Matthew Johnson sit down with journalist Anderson Cooper to discuss the promise of psychedelics as a form of treatment for anxiety, depression, addiction, and more.

New Studies Just Found Psychedelics Help Terminal Cancer Patients and Could Be the New Wonder Drugs for Psychiatry – They Shouldn't Be Ignored

The active ingredient in magic mushrooms was given to terminal cancer patients: 80 per cent had immediate reductions in anxiety and depression which persisted for six months or longer.


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