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The Psychedelic Trip Journal

I am a part-time perfectionist. 

There are some things that are worth being perfected, and some that don’t need as much attention. I often find myself writing twenty to forty or sometimes even a hundred lines of the same sentence — before feeling and knowing that it is complete.

It’s a blessing and a curse. (OCD much? haha)

This perfectionist attention was put into the making of The Psychedelic Trip Journal. & I’m all ears to improvements, so please send it all my way — the bad & good.


Overall, The Psychedelic Trip Journal is a great integration journal for the psilocybin & psychedelic experience.

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How Psychedelic Integration Changed My Life

My first psychedelic experience induced in me epiphanies so profound that I wondered if it was possible to obtain them in my everyday life. This is where my integration process first began — a seed of thought that would later blossom into the physical world. 

Einstein explains this scientific phenomenon:

“Everything is energy and that’s all there is to it. Match the frequency of the reality you want and you cannot help but get that reality. It can be no other way. This is not philosophy. This is physics.”

Months later going into my second psychedelic experience I was prepared to take notes to try and capture the essence of this ineffable dimension (This inspired The Psychedelic Trip Journal).

Check out the rest of the post on Mindleap Health, originally published here.

How to Prepare a Therapeutic Psilocybin Experience — Environment

(Note-Just like any other drug, the effects vary from person to person.)

Your environment definitely impacts your trip for better or worse.

It’s important to prepare a safe, well-known environment, especially if you’re a beginning tripper.

The best trips of mine have been in environments I’ve known well, with people I was close to.

I’ve tripped in multiple environments — nature many times, parks, inside. I usually start indoors and then make my way outside. 

BUT – One time I ate shrooms with friends a half mile from our tent, in a desert we had never been to before. This could be considered a “bad trip” because, a few hours into the trip, I genuinely felt lost and for a moment thought we all were gonna die, haha. I am happy for that experience, truly. It wasn’t all bad, and I still love shrooms. 

So for starters it can be good to at least begin in a very safe, well-known place, with people you trust. 

Which leads to the importance of the people in your tripping environment.

During my trips I can usually feel the vibes of other people — some trips I’ve experienced this more than others, — all sorts of vibes – good, bad, angry, overthinking, a whooollleeee range of vibes, from both people who were and weren’t tripping.

I think it’s important to know who you’re tripping with, but it’s on you, and I’ve tripped with people I didn’t know well before – I did feel uncomfortable for some of the time. I recommend tripping with cool people. You know who they are, and you know who they’re not.

This is one reason I’m doing ‘Trip Calls’ (free for the rest of 2020) — to talk with someone during your trip who will give you full support. I want you to have the best experience possible, and know it’s important to have a trusted person to talk to throughout your trip, especially for beginners. There were multiple times I’ve tripped and wish I had someone like this to talk to.

I’ve heard the advice:

“Be the person you wish you had at some point in your life,”

so I want to be that person for you.