You’re ready for something “more” … something that allows you to go deeper into your own strengths and break through what’s holding you back. You want to feel more connected to yourself and to the world around you.
Psychedelic experiences often bring about new feelings, sensations, and ideas. These things have the potential to offer powerful insight, healing, and life transformation — but this can be very difficult to do on your own.
MDMA-assisted psychotherapy is the use of prescribed doses of MDMA as an adjunct to psychotherapy sessions. Research suggests that MDMA-assisted psychotherapy for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), including Complex PTSD, might improve treatment effectiveness.
When used in therapy MDMA has been reported to increase empathy, the closeness between patient and therapist, relaxation, motivation to engage with therapy and introspective thought, and to reduce depression and anxiety. MDMA makes it easier for a patient to stay in the optimal arousal zone by decreasing feelings of anxiety and defensiveness when revisiting traumatic memories. It also increases feelings of closeness and empathy, improving the patient’s trust in the therapist, and encourages introspective thought to reassess memories and actions.
♦ Make meaning of your experiences
♦ Create intentions for your journey
♦ Experience new awakenings and insights
♦ Process new sensations and feelings
♦ Apply new wisdom to day to day life
♦ Address fears or doubts about your journey