First it’s marijuana medicine, now it’s psychedelic mushrooms boosting the brain. The active ingredient in psychedelic mushrooms (which are illegal in most places) decreases brain activity, meaning that information flows more freely in a brain on mushrooms.

Researcher Robin Carhart-Harris says, "There is increasing evidence that the regions affected are responsible for giving us our sense of self. In other words, the regions affected make up what some people call our ‘ego.’ That activity decreases in the ‘ego-network’ supports what people often say about psychedelics, that they temporarily ‘dissolve the ego.’"

"Healthy people given psilocybin often describe their experiences as among the most meaningful of their whole lives, comparable to such things as the birth of their first child or getting married." In fact, it’s supernatural (NOTE: Subscribers can still listen to this show).

A single experience with psilocybin, the active ingredient in these mushrooms, can alter the personality long-term, making people more open to new experiences. In other words, it’s a permanent cure for some personality disorders.

We’d like to think that is a permanent cure TOO–a cure for the propaganda and lies you find on so many internet sites. But if we’re going to still be here for you tomorrow, we need YOUR help TODAY.

You probably won’t be served mushrooms at our great Dreamland Festival in May (at least not the kind that make you high), but we DO offer you a meal plan where you get three great meals a day, in a lovely dining room where you’ll get a chance to meet lots of people who ARE INTERESTED IN THE SAME THINGS YOU ARE. You won’t go hungry–for either food OR new information–but don’t delay, our Festival sells out EVERY YEAR.

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