Something odd stands out when reading about bad trips. One expects descriptions of frightening, traumatic experiences, and one certainly gets them. But some studies also show a strange paradox: just like good ones, bad trips can be meaningful and spiritually significant, and they have sometimes been associated with enduring increases in well-being.1–3 Even psychedelic therapists aim to see these…


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