The Psychedelic Explorers Guide by James Fadiman: Book Review

Summary of The Psychedelic Explorers Guide

What do I like the most? This is a rare book on a rare subject. The author is an authority who alone can write on this subject. 

The author has written this book as an invaluable guide for safe and productive sessions. The book is based on over forty years of the author’s experience in the field. The author is one of the foremost pioneers of scientific research working in psychedelic substances for therapy, self-discovery, spiritual quests, and creative problem-solving.

The book is a breath of fresh air, dispelling the misinformation that has been disseminated over many decades by sensation–hunting journalists. The author witnessed the first flowerings of that fantastic era of mind expansion. The author has brought a book rather than a practical guide for the next generation of entheogenic explorers.

Psychedelics have been part of native cultures and remain so in many areas of the world. The job of a psychedelic is to offer enlightenment and connection with intuition and the soul, and the divine. A person who has the curiosity to explore the inner world of consciousness will find this book indispensable.

The topics covered by the author are creative problem solving, psychospiritual development, etc. The author focuses not on pathology but on the human potential for health. The Psychedelic Explorer’s guide brings authors’ sincere, soulful intentions to the reader. It integrates and transforms the reader’s thinking process the moment one opens the book. This book may prove helpful for those readers who aspire to seek ‘the divine within’ through sacred plants. The author is regarded as America’s wisest and most respected authority on psychedelics and their use. The author has been engaged in the research of psychedelic use since the 1960s. The author suggests psychedelics used wisely can lead to healing and scientific breakthroughs, and spiritual epiphanies. 

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