Psychology

Using psychedelics to increase performance and reprogram the mind/brain interface

“The rose tinted days of “tune in, turn on” are long past. Contemporary neurohackers are exploring these chemicals for everything from accelerated learning to healing major trauma, reprogramming underlying associations that lead to habitual behavioral or thought patterns, shadow work, paradigm engineering, and, of course, the continued exploration of the nature of reality itself. ”

Defined as being both both sub-hallucinogenic and sub-perceptual, microdoses of psychedelics are being used by some neurohackers as part of a weekly routine to access higher levels of creativity, increased focus, and improvements in stamina, response time, and physical acuity. Silicon Valley entrepreneurs looking for a creative edge, as well as extreme sports enthusiasts wanting to enhance athletic prowess, have reported experiencing these benefits without feeling negatively “altered.” Users have also reported success with microdosing to alleviate depression, cluster headaches, smoking cessation, and ADD/ADHD.

Original Article (Neurohacker):
Using psychedelics to increase performance and reprogram the mind/brain interface
Artwork Fair Use: Public Domain

Anxiety, meet magic

The whole fungus: fine

Tripping with Buddha

Leave a Reply