Thank you for your interest in our Extended-State DMT research program (DMTx). For those of you who don't know us yet, I'd like to welcome you to the Medicinal Mindfulness community.
My name is Daniel McQueen and I founded Medicinal Mindfulness with my wife, Alison, as a Psychedelic Harm Reduction program in Boulder, Colorado in 2012. We represent a small grassroots consciousness community and host regular Community Breathwork events, psychedelic experiences called Conscious Cannabis Circles, and we facilitate a professional training program called Psychedelic Sitters School.
Medicinal Mindfulness is now recruiting members for a special Psychedelic Summer Expedition. This is an exploratory expedition. We’ll be setting off into mostly unknown transpersonal territory to explore new possibilities of creating what we call “psychedelic society.”
We will be deep diving into the training program starting in May for a four month expedition. New members are invited to participate as Journeyers, or to join us for a weekend Psychedelic Sitters School training program to participate as Sitter-Journeyers. Long-term allies are invited to participate as Senior Sitters, Mentors and Guides.
Something I'm feeling into a bit is that there is anger in me. It's deep down there. I keep it under tight wraps. But I've had a couple flashes of it - just split seconds - and it comes when I'm poking around some of these edges. It's somehow linked to the voice that says "none of this hyper spiritualism is real."
I’m not a “just say no” therapist. Humans of every culture, across the globe, since the beginning of time, have used plants and other substances to alter their consciousness. There’s nothing new about substance use; in fact, it’s a normal aspect of being human. Clearly, a number of personal and cultural problems are normal as well, and substances and addiction can and do play into this. So we must attend to our own individual relationship to substances, and determine on a personal level what it is to be in right relationship. We must look through and beyond what our current culture, or family, says about it; we must dig deeper. Our work is in tapping into a deep inner knowing, a felt sense experience of health, sanity, and self-compassion.