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James Fadiman is an American psychologist and writer. He is acknowledged for his extensive work in the field of psychedelic research and is considered the father of modern microdosing.
Founder Of Flow State Micro he provides one on one coaching services and microdosing products with a wide variety of clients such as athletes with CTE and individuals in recovery from addiction.
Jakobien Van Der Weijden
Van Der Weijden is the cofounder of Microdosing Institute and has been in service of the Psychedelic Renaissance since 2003, working with several organizations that promote psychedelics research with plant medicine.
Danielle is dedicated to exploring mental health, personal development and overcoming substance abuse and trauma through integrative techniques with psychoactive substances.
Founder of Microdosing Institute he was introduced to the healing potential of microdosing in 2016, and began his own independent research to evaluate its effects on ADHD, cluster headaches, and depression.
Seth Warner is a community builder and mushroom cultivation educator who intends to democratize the most empowering methods of access and usage regarding psychedelic compounds.
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In these two videos Seth and Hein teach some simple yet reliable methods of microdose preperation using both mushrooms and LSD (analogues).
In these meditations Daniel Sitaram of Mt. Tam Integration teaches about setting intentions for your microdosing journey and a meditation for grounding if anxiety comes up.
As a former high school science teacher, Dreamer brought her background to solving her problem of panic attacks and anxiety when she was coming off benzodiazapenes and experiencing horrible side effects. When she found the amanita muscaria mushroom and the bad information on the internet she was determined to help others by creating a channel to help teach correct information and create a safe space for a community of others who have lost their tribe.
Charlotte James and Undrea Wright of The Sabina Project discuss how individuals can use microdosing to strengthen their resolve, and identify their true role in our collective liberation. By resisting oppression and preparing for collective liberation work, you can uncover the unique medicine you can offer to the world.
In this video Elizabeth Bast provides her take on microdosing which she refers to as a plant spirit apprenticeship, viewing the choice to ingest small amounts of plant material asa gateway to deepened relations with these beings. Elizabeth also shares her knowledge on the use of Iboga for microdosing and primarily why this should be approached with high caution and in most cases not at all.
Xhalida September is a civil rights and psychedelic activist who shares with us how her creative process has been impacted by her work with both micro and macrodosing. She shares a beautiful songthat represents the fruits of her growht and understanding.