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This seemed to be a useful model as far as it went, but really it didn't go very far in my opinion. The setting of a psychedelic experience was simply the surroundings, the comfortable living room or beautiful garden to be contrasted with the sterile and sometimes threatening atmosphere of the hospital wards where some early research had been carried out. htm ideas and instructions that were provided by the researchers or guides, if any. be used to develop a negative set and setting. Jean Houston (1967) has described one of her initial observations of LSD administration.
To a very significant extent, comprehension consisted of these filters. Nevertheless, the psychedelic experience seemed to go quite a good distance in providing this ability, if one were ready to use it. Particularly the experience of that day. An additional very serious question that I have examined practically every time I undergo an experience is that of my position in giving a psychedelic drug that I have prepared to another person. The peyote extract, and now the morningglory alkaloids would be given to friends, and their friends perhaps, and it seemed necessary to explore where the experience of these substances might lead for others than myself.
Be used to develop a negative set and setting. Jean Houston (1967) has described one of her initial observations of LSD administration. " The drug was administered in an antiseptic hospital room with several observers in white coats watching him. " At the end of the experiment, the subject was in a state of panic. The psychiatrist announced to the group that LSD is indeed a "psychotomimetic" substance, which induces psychotic behavior. (3) Now here is a shaman who has failed most miserably in his responsibilities.
The Center of the Universe: A Theory of Psychedelic Experience by William S. Moxley