Theories of how psychedelics work in the brain are still evolving, but one of the best-supported ideas right now is the REBUS (Relaxed Beliefs Under Psychedelics) theory: psychedelics relax prior beliefs and thought patterns to make room for new, healthier ones.1 In depression, for example, they can break patterns of negative thoughts about oneself or the world at large.


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