“I Did Psychedelic First Aid at a Festival in Costa Rica”

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In Fest300 Magazine, Eamon Armstrong describes the history, intent and training program of the Zendo Project, and his own experience providing help and support for people who were taking psychedelic drugs at a music festival.

I Did “Psychedelic First Aid” at a Festival in Costa Rica (Fest300, March 26, 2015)

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1 COMMENT

  1. this is very cool. I’m going to point out the obvious here just in case anyone didn’t get. (you do need to go and read the article) This sort of “being with and not guiding” people is exactly what people in “psychosis” (spiritual emergence or emotional crisis) need. it’s really not a difficult concept and yet it seems to elude almost everyone in the mainstream mental illness system.

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