Safe and legal contexts for the psychedelic experience. Enhancing the potentials for patients & healthy humans.
organization for researchers, professionals and friends
Foundations of the human mind
and functioning of the human brain
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a course in human development and health
for dealing with the challenges
of the psychedelic experience
of Human Experience
Mapping the material correlates of subjective experience
Prevention, education, harm reduction
in recreational contexts
Supporting and conducting psychedelic studies – across medicine and psychology, philosophy and neuroscience, natural and social sciences.
Improving mindfulness, therapies and harm reduction concerning altered states of consciousness.
What members do
We organize in committees with volunteers and a few employed colleagues.
Many of us are experts in one or more fields of practice or research closely related to psychedelic science: We publish. We write grant applications.
We train psychotherapists, prevention workforce, and researchers. Bridging the gap between the ivory tower and social practice is our goal.
Transdisciplinarity is our unique feature.
In speaking to the press and TV we try to change wrong and misinformed images of the psychedelic experience.
Our current challenge is fundraising.
Founding members speak
I think, that the time is ripe for a new handling of altered states of consciousness and psychoactive substances: based on research and common sense – not on taboos, anxiety and horror stories.
I support Psychedelic Science because it will contribute to better understanding the psychedelic experience, and for utilizing its potential sustainably for individuals and society.
I support MIND, because it is time to question boundaries that block a new handling of maladies. Adequate and cutting-edge research is needed with approved scientific methods.
This research helps to relieve suffering, facilitates the development of new therapies, and allows for precious explorations into the fabric of life.
I Support MIND, because societal change can only develop by contextualization, examination, and scrutinizing of social norms.
I support MIND, because researchers and therapists should be able to explore new forms of therapy – without being stigmatized.