In this episode of Vital Psychedelic Conversations, Kyle Buller interviews Sam Gandy: researcher, science writer, Ph.D. ecologist, and collaborator with the Centre for Psychedelic Research at Imperial College London who is most interested in the capacity of psychedelics to amplify or ignite our relationship with nature. He talks about David Luke’s study on nature interconnectedness after psychedelic experiences and ways to add nature into the integration and prep stages, from VR to planting seeds to even just looking at pictures or videos. He talks about the challenge of maximizing the benefits of the psychedelic experience and the need for more knowledge on how to integrate, asking how we can also use psychedelics intentionally as creativity-enhancing agents (analyzing James Fadiman and Willis Harman’s 1966 “Selective Enhancement of Specific Capacities Through Psychedelic Training” study).

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