Tag Archives: lsd

The Power of LSD Microdosing

Can micro-doses of LSD make you more creative, efficient and help you lead a better life? This controversial video breaks it down for you with scientific facts. Learn more at MindPowerNews.com


7 Famous People Who Owe Their Success To LSD

Drug use isn’t typically thought of as a good idea – or is it? These seven famous people say they owe their success to LSD. Read more about these 7 at MindPowerNews.com


BONUS VIDEO: Bill Maher’s Awesome Rant about LSD

Weird World of LSD — 1967

In the mid-1960s, with the countercultural threat of recreational drug use among teens and twenty-somethings on the rise, governmental agencies began to create little educational “scare” films about a variety of drugs. Here’s one of the strangest, often called “The Reefer Madness of LSD”.


Alcohol vs Acid

A psychedelic substance advocate makes videos of himself under the effects of alcohol and LSD. In this video he takes 15 shots of hard liquor and tries to do things like catch a ball, do squats (holding his girlfriend on his shoulders), and take an IQ test. Then, on a different day, he takes LSD and tries the same things. Spoiler alert: LSD easily wins the day!


Psychedemia

Psychedemia was the first academic conference funded by an American university to explicitly focus on the risks and benefits of psychedelic experience.

From Neuroscience to Shamanic Healing and everything in between. This documentary film concisely illuminates the emerging interdisciplinary field of Psychedelic Studies in a way that is accessible, informative and inspiring.

LSD – Lovely Sweet Dream – The Japanese Mind-Simulation Video Game

The best late-night console game of all time? Lovely Sweet Dream (LSD) Dream Emulator was released in Japan in 1998 by Playstation. There is no way to win or lose, and no defined tasks  – except to explore one’s subconscious, set to a trip-hop-jazz soundtrack. There are many strange environments in this world, and one way to travel through them is by foot. Bumping into people, animals, or special objects usually results in a stranger dream. There is no plot. There is no objective. We dream to live, and live to dream. Along the way, we see things. Many things. Things which can not be explained, nor should they be. This is the world of LSD: Dream Emulator. I’m probably hyping it up too much, but still… it’s a nice experience.

Is LSD A Gateway Drug To Buddhism?

Dr. Rick Strassman, a psychiatric researcher with a specialization in psychotropic drugs, on the “enlightenment experience” and hallucinogens as a pathway for Westerners into Buddhism and Hinduism:

“I went to a Zen temple in my early 20s, and, ever the scientist, every chance I got to speak to a monk one on one, I asked every one of them if they had tripped on psychedelics and how important their trips were in their decision to become a monk. And I’d say 99% of these junior monks in their 20s all got their start on LSD.”

Quantum Jumping