Why I Came Out Of the Psychedelic Closet – Daniel Miller

Just as with gay rights, the psychedelic movement requires person-to-person advocacy. This can take the form of education, of explaining these substances from a cultural, historical, or scientific perspective. But in my opinion, the most effective way to change someone’s mind, or at least get them to reconsider their original position, isn’t through intellectual discourse; it’s through emotional connection. And this requires that we share our personal experiences.

Source: Why I Came Out Of the Psychedelic Closet – Reality Sandwich

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