Strassman, Rick. DMT: the spirit molecule: a doctor’s revolutionary research into the biology of near-death and mystical experiences / Rick Strassman. p. cm. Since , Dr. Strassman has been exploring models for the DMT effect focusing primarily on the Old Testament concept of prophecy. Prophecy is a spiritual. These studies investigated the effects of N,N-dimethyltryptamine, or DMT, an ” DMT: The Spirit Molecule” reviews what we know about psychedelic drugs in.

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The first half of the book which gave the background for the research and the events leading up to research seemed to drag on. Are the experiences entirely psychedelic, or is the drug allowing volunteers to tap into another reality, where aliens really do exist? Strassman’s important research contributes to a growing awareness that we inhabit a multi-dimensional universe. Psychedelics stimulate the imagination, and thus they are logical tools to enhance creativity.

Prospective readers would include anyone with an interest in the mind and consciousness, as well as an openness to the possibilities that lie in the little known world beyond the realms of our normal perception. Read reviews that mention pineal gland spirit molecule anyone interested rick strassman psychedelic research near death highly recommend dmt the spirit great read psychedelic drugs alien abduction great book highly recommended must read open mind well written recommend this book trip reports research subjects even though.

Retrieved from ” https: Are we there yet? I bought the book for the cover. Despite the difficulties we encountered, I am optimistic about the possible benefits of the controlled use of these drugs.


Rick Strassman MD – DMT: The Spirit Molecule

The book did not disappoint. If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? Since psychotic symptoms are usually chronic and constant, demonstrating that DMT could not elicit tolerance would be powerful evidence that it could play a role in these disorders.

Get fast, free shipping with Molscule Prime. Want to Read saving…. Rick Strassman, the author of DMT: I won’t spoil anything for the reader, however, I will say that – even if this is a load of codswallop – it is still an exceptionally interesting and well put together volume on one of the most controversial molecules ever discovered. A remarkable exploration of the boundaries of science and consciousness itself. View all 4 comments.

And herein lies what I believe is the greatest value of psychedelic experiences. As a side note it is my view that to propel the very real possibility of global reform of drug policy, recreational users, medical patients requiring such medicine and the professionals involved in the field should form a broad alliance so there can be no distinction between ‘good use’ and ‘bad use’.

He has detailed his research in his book DMT: Strassman’s book, The Spirit Moleculewas among the first serious studies in djt field, advancing on anecdotal support from cultural icons such as Burroughs and Huxley. In the first part of the book he details the harrowing experience of gaining approval from various review boards, funding sources, and ultimately the DEA and FDA – who would be the ultimate decision makers in whether he In DMT: DMT exists in all of our rifk and occurs throughout the plant and animal kingdoms.


No, I wasn’t looking for a full description about what it’s like to take the drug; I realize that explaining the experience of seeing a color requires a strassmaan Let down by my “high” expectations. Get to Know Us.

DMT: The Spirit Molecule by Rick Strassman

The argument has been settled. In sum, it is so important for us to understand consciousness.

What causes the vividness of dreams? It’s naive at best to believe that the brain can’t conjure up believable dm figures. He first developed a model of all-night suppression of melatonin by all-night bright light. I’m reading this book right now, and it’s fascinating. It was at this point that I began to wonder if I was getting in over my head with this research. The experiments he ran were only alluded to and referenced. Admittedly, there requires a generous leap of the imagination to come to terms with the implications of this study but what will encourage the rationally-minded, though, is that Strassman remains as objective as a man so close to the study could possibly be – and for this I respect him greatly.

Strassman explains precisely and in a balanced fashion the struggles he faced acquiring DMT and his path through the various red tape to begin experimentation, as well as a personable d,t of the patients’ thoughts, experiences, and – critically – the follow-ups to the study. I know of no other psychedelic drug that the brain treats with such eagerness.