How hallucinogens can help create a different type of progressive movement.

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How hallucinogens can help create a different type of progressive movement

By E.F Nicholson 

24280TED_678x320_frontIn Graham Hancock’s banned TED talk (that must have got him more views than if it had been allowed), he raised the issue of our “sovereignty of consciousness”. The question as to whether we do, in fact, have sovereignty over our minds is a subject about which there is very little analysis within even the most progressive of media outlets. If you haven’t seen his talk, then I would strongly recommend watching it here. In it, he outlines his personal journey, which brought him into contact with ‘ayahuasca’, an Amazonian hallucinogenic medicine that has been used by shamans in South America throughout the last 4000 years. He discusses how it fundamentally changed his life in a very affirmative and powerful way. During part of the talk, he looks at the fact that the active ingredient…

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