A growing body of research highlights the potentials of psychedelic experience that could make patients healthier and healthy people happier. The original discoveries are by no means new: as early as the 1950s and 1960s, scientists investigated the risks and potentials of psychedelic substances and non-pharmacological tools for altering consciousness. With the turn of the 21st century, a renewed and growing research interest in the psychedelic experience emerges alongside possible applications in the medical field and self-development processes.
After nearly forty years of stasis, a reality of evidence-based, psychedelic-assisted therapy is beginning to come into focus.
To maintain an overview of German and international journalistic coverage, high-quality research publications, as well as further media artifacts on psychedelic research topics, the resources listed below serve as a rich treasure trove of knowledge and as a regularly updated archive.
The MIND Foundation Resources consist of three main segments: the Psychedelic Compendium, the Multimedia Trove, and the Berlin Registry.
The Psychedelic Compendium comprises carefully curated and annotated readings on key topics in psychedelic research and implementation. Among these are three categories: Lists for Researchers, Lists for Physicians and Therapists, and Lists for Journalists.
The first two categories summarize scientific publications. Reading lists for journalists comprise high-quality journalistic publications from the German and international context.
The Multimedia Trove presents a selection of recommended non-fiction literature, biographies and fiction, podcasts, feature films, and documentaries related to psychedelic research, society, and cultural history.
The Berlin Registry is a regularly updated overview of companies that are involved in the psychedelic industry worldwide. The interactive map provides an insight into currently active companies and their ongoing projects.
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