Buddhism and Psychedelic Methods


Austin Hill Shaw examines the nature of creativity, cosmology and psychedelic communion. Shaw practices in the Vajrayana Buddhist tradition, “taking refuge in the Buddhist path” since 2002. Rather than seeing the use of psychedelic substances as antithetical to a Buddhist practice, Shaw considers them as a powerful, “occasional”, means for “clearing, clarity, and resetting”.

via A Buddhist View of Psychedelics – Reality Sandwich.

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