In the last 5 years, all the major teaching hospitals across the globe have added research departments dedicated to hallucinogen-assisted psychotherapy due to it's promising results in difficult situations like PTSD or Depression.
Diving ever-deeper into the roots of health and healing, Dr. Kreft guides clients into expanded states of consciousness using only verbal cues.
While the experience can be similar to hallucinogenic-assisted therapies, this is a substance-free technique that anyone can try.
It's a gentle way to gain access to the world of the unconscious and reveal who we are, in a place where we are unknown, even to ourselves.
The journeys give us a chance to see, dialogue with, and integrate the vague and buried parts of our beings. It gives us a chance to lead a life where we can feel more fully ourselves.
a sense that one’s mind has been opened
to a new or larger kind of awareness,
associated particularly with mystical experiences,
meditation, or hallucinogenic drug use.