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One of the most frequently asked questions we receive is: What is the proper microdosing protocol to use? Well, I broke that down in a short presentation for you all on this doc and a video to go along with it. DOC FOR YOU TO KEEP: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ibaLUdSYB7M_0b70caUyWrVtdwdoFzwN7pFWeOVpnNA/edit VIDEO GOING OVER THESE PROTOCOLS: https://www.loom.com/share/d075973725254289b580257f9eaa6219?from_recorder=1&focus_title=1 Remember, there is no right way, or wrong way, just A LOT of different ways. This is 1% theory and 99% practice! HAVE FUN! B ๐Ÿฆ…๐Ÿ„

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Hey there, First things first, swing by the "About Us" section. We've got some top-notch videos to set the stage for you. ๐ŸŽฅ Fancy some extra knowledge? The "Classroom" section is packed: 1. FREE Microdosing Mini-Course to kickstart your journey. 2. Dive deep with interviews: "Moms & Microdosing" and "Microdosing & Recovery" and monthly presentations on a variety of microdosing topics. 3. And... some soulful readings from "Micro Reflections For the 21st Sensory" - trust me, you'll dig this. ๐Ÿ“– Alright, now that you're all set... Microdosing ๐Ÿ„ isn't just a trend. It's about connecting with a community while also trusting your gut. Sites like r/microdosing and Third Wave are killer and this group? Well, weโ€™re in a league of our own. But remember, YOU drive your journey. โœจ The secret sauce? Listening to your body and being mindful. Get this right, and you're golden. The right community - like us - will fast-track your progress. But it's like biking: tricky at first, but once you nail it, you're unstoppable. Ready to roll? Your adventure in microdosing awaits. And the payoff? Worth its weight in gold. Need more? The "About" section's got your back. Considering our 90-Day Journey Back To YOU program where you get access to weekly calls? Let's chat! Here's where you can schedule a call: ๐Ÿ‘‰ Schedule Call Oh, and before you go, grab our ๐Ÿ„ Microdosing Starter Kit ๐Ÿ„. It's a game-changer: ๐Ÿ‘‰ Grab Your Kit Catch you inside, Medicine Box ๐Ÿ„

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Kevin Eikov
TLRanger Rugg
Robert Brown
Anna Moretti
Brian Chaplin
New comment Jun 14
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Welcome to Medicine Box where our vision is equal parts medicine ๐Ÿ„and mentorship to create full health sovereignty! Hi! I'm Brian...First off, Iโ€™m HUMAN. Iโ€™m also a full-time lover of nature, a plant medicine advocate, a meditation teacher, a recovery coach with 10 years of sobriety, a guitar player, a reader, and a coffee lover. Oh, and Iโ€™m an entrepreneur! Through my decade-long experience of sobriety from drugs and alcohol, I founded Medicine Box to help others achieve full health sovereignty through plant-based therapeutics and microdose products. As a humanist, I believe in a personalized approach to the human experience, but one that is still community-centric. Besides building out my brandโ€™s vision, I hike, ski, and meditate on the shores and mountaintops of North Lake Tahoe, CA. A ski bum at heart, I live by the mantra, "be a badass on and off the mountain." - Our vision is equal parts medicine and mentorship to create full health sovereignty through the 7 pillar wisdom of mindfulness, food, music, community, collaboration, and recovery while letting nature be the evolving medium weaving it all together. - Weโ€™re committed to making a real impact on the mental health and addiction crisis & be the catalyst for lasting change in people's health and happiness.ย  Looking forward to getting to know you! Who This Is For: - Parents, executives, entrepreneurs, and HUMANS who want an alternative solution for transforming their anxieties & renewing their relationship with the present moment - People who are open minded, are willing to take that extra step into the unknown and commit to a frequent and consistent practice to be the best version of themselves - You truly value your wellbeing and the wellbeing of those around you - Those who want to be accountable to their health and happiness Who This Is NOT For: - Anyone seeking a โ€œquick fix,โ€ a magic pill or panaceaย  - Short-term thinking, instant gratification opportunists ย 

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Brandy Fithen
TLRanger Rugg
Glade Mellor
New comment Jun 29

Iโ€™m curious if there are others who are on this journey who live with chronic pain. If so I would love to connect.

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Brian Chaplin
Julie Anna Johnson
Marilyn Sugden
December Stephens
Michelle Helfner
New comment 8d ago

An "eye-opening" article Under SB 58, authored by Senator Scott Wiener, D-San Francisco, a limited set of naturally occurring psychedelics with high safety profiles including psilocybin/psilocin (mushrooms), Dimethyltryptamine ("DMT"), and mescaline (excluding peyote) would be decriminalized. SB 58 would also trigger a regulatory process to craft policy proposals for group therapeutic use of psychedelics, as compounds such as psilocybin have demonstrated potential use as effective therapies for hard-to-treat cases of addiction, depression, and end-of-life anxiety. Continue reading........... https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/california-bills-to-allow-psychedelics-and-cannabis-cafes-head-to-newsom

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Michelle Helfner
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This is a common question that WE receive here at the start of someone's microdosing journey: I'm dealing with pain along with depression and anxiety (even exhaustion, more anxiousness etc). I've taken my first "X amount" of doses of Minds Eye, and I seem to be feeling even worse. Do any of you experience this? โ“ A REPLY: Hey there, fellow friends, Embarking on a journey with Minds Eye? It's a transformative experience, not a quick fix. Much like the complex tapestry of our universe, our minds weave intricate narratives. ๐Ÿ‘๏ธ Sometimes, starting a microdosing regimen might seem like stirring the waters, making them murkier before they clear. Remember, this isn't about instant gratification. ๐Ÿ˜ตโ€๐Ÿ’ซ Here is a more in-depth VIDEO based on this common inquiry: https://www.loom.com/share/90af623c8fdd4d9fb6ab988774282c16?sid=814463b8-aac0-4232-a260-d5908484ee86 It's about diving deep, confronting the shadows, and emerging with more awareness than you had prior to the start of your practice. Like any profound journey, you might face challenging terrains before reaching the summit. ๐Ÿ„ Stick with it, explore these new terrains of heightened awareness, and allow the transformative power of microdosing to offer new perspectives on old pains. The journey is just as crucial as the destination. โ›ฐ๏ธ Keep exploring. Keep evolving. ๐Ÿฆ… To your journey, B ๐Ÿ‘๏ธ For more information on Mind's Eye, head on over to our store where you can obtain your own products and workbooks for your journey. CLICK HERE >>>MIND'S EYE >>>CLICK HERE

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Michelle Helfner
Brian Chaplin
New comment 8d ago

Can anyone recommend a good daily functional mushroom supplement thatโ€™s affordable and you can feel a difference from taking them? Iโ€™m looking for something that provides me with focus immune support and energy.

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Brian Chaplin
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In the cosmic tapestry of psychedelics, there seems to be a perpetual dance between the ego and our higher consciousness. ๐Ÿ‘๏ธ Being "free" of Ego -vs-Ego Death: We discussed the subtle but crucial distinction between ego dissolution and what the community often labels as "ego death." Ah, "ego death," that overused term echoing in the corridors of psychedelic revelations. You see, to be free from the shackles of ego is a liberating experience, a state of pure consciousness. However, the idea of an "ego death" can sometimes cloud this understanding, creating a mystical conundrum rather than a genuine, transcendental experience. ๐Ÿ‘๏ธ Ketamine -vs-psilocybin: Now, as we traverse the biochemical realm, we find the intricate play of ketamine working on the glutamate receptors. It contrasts starkly with microdosing psilocybin, which delicately dances with our serotonin receptors. Both offer different gateways and perspectives, illuminating the neural pathways of our mind. ๐Ÿ‘๏ธ Being In THE Medicine: But my friends, to "be in the medicine," that's the secret key to ensuring we aren't merely spiritually bypassing our human experience. It's about fully immersing oneself, feeling the rhythms, pulses, and the silent whispers of the medicine. Speaking of whispers, every plant medicine, with its vibrant energy, holds a spirit. Just as we resonate with certain frequencies in life, finding that plant medicine that harmoniously aligns with your spirit's cadence is paramount. It's like a cosmic dance partner, awaiting your synchronicity. ๐Ÿ‘๏ธ Combining Microdosing and therapies: When we talk about therapy, the amalgamation of microdosing with potent modalities like EMDR can be profoundly transformative. It's like mixing the old shamanic rhythms with the modern therapeutic beats, creating a symphony of healing. ๐Ÿ‘๏ธ Microdosing is a thing, to get YOU to the thing, and that thing is YOU: But remember, while microdosing offers a key to a door, it's not the entire path. As with any journey, it's not just about the key, but the steps you take beyond the door. In other words, microdosing doesn't have to work; you, the cosmic traveler, have to work. The universe offers tools, but the artwork, that masterpiece of self, is yours to craft.

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So I've been suffering with P TSD plus hyperthyroidism graves disease. And I would like to start but I don't know where to purchase can you help me.?

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Brian Chaplin
Kari Lynch
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New comment Jul 21

Hello Everyone, I just began this journey, waiting on the medicine to arrive, so I'm in the preparation phase. What brings me here is a desire to move past my mental and physical struggles with PTSD, Graves disease, and fibromyalgia. Mainly I'm hoping this will be an excellent addition to the weekly therapy I am already receiving. I just received my BSc in Integrative Health Sciences with aromatherapy and herbalism specializations and have been on this journey of healing for as long as I can remember. I'm ready to be whole again. To get back to who I was meant to be. To play music and dance and sing : ) I look forward to this journey with all of you.

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Had some very weird dreams last night. They had been getting better in that violence or gore but last night they swooped back. It was my second night of being off. Glad today was a on day canes I was a little freaked out this morning and I felt odd. Then I felt better after my getting my on day. I really feel Iโ€™m close and I really canโ€™t go out in public so I donโ€™t. Been working on this for years. Hoping this is a answer. I have noticed the feeling a lot calmer. Keeping the faith.

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Robert Brown
Amanda May-Fitzgerald
New comment Jul 20

Last Wednesday, we had a great time discussing Microdosing and A Better View Of Reality. If you missed the event or would like to watch it again, click here. The Webinar Replay is now LIVE! Take advantage of microdosing as an alternative solution to transform your professional and personal life. โ€” Click Here To Watch The Replay โ€”

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In our microdosing journey, it is NOT always bliss. There is a range of emotions, including anger, in our healing journey that cannot be overlooked. This was the topic of exploration in this week's integration meeting. When it is applied to trauma, there is a transformative power of utilizing certain emotions, such as anger, as a catalyst for healing. Drawing inspiration from the teachings of esteemed psychologist and author, Gabor Matรฉ, I invite you to explore the non-duality of our world and the significance of accepting the existence of both beauty and evil. While it is natural to be repelled by the darkness and evilness that can pervade our world, our inner peace and healing do not lie in the mere eradication of external negativity. Instead, true transformation arises when we learn to accept the world as it is, embracing its paradoxical nature. By shifting our focus inward, we can embark on a journey of self-reflection, thereby contributing to the healing of our ancestors and the dynamics within our present field of awareness. This is CHANGE ๐Ÿ‘๏ธ Within the framework of microdosing, the controlled and intentional use of psychedelics, anger can be harnessed as a powerful force for positive change. By channeling our anger constructively and avoiding harm to ourselves or others, we tap into the transformative potential of this intense emotion. When held in conscious awareness, anger can unveil deep-seated wounds, injustices, and unresolved traumas, offering an opportunity for healing and personal evolution. This is CHANGE ๐Ÿ‘๏ธ We come to understand that our healing journey is intricately connected to our ability to cultivate self-compassion, empathy, and an authentic sense of responsibility. By acknowledging and healing our pain, we contribute to breaking the intergenerational cycles of suffering that have been passed down through our lineage. This is CHANGE ๐Ÿ‘๏ธ This profound work not only brings personal liberation but also fosters healthier family dynamics and ultimately contributes to the collective healing of humanity.

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Greetings my fellow humans! I hope everyone had a wonderful 4th Of July holiday week. It got me thinking though-we are celebrating Independence Day-FREEDOM.....however, isn't this a bit arbitrary by nature since many of us are still ruled by our thoughts? If that is the case, how can one truly be FREE until we understand how to navigate them? Join me for a presentation I am hosting tomorrow on this topic as I explore the realms of our thoughts and how to overcome them with microdosing ๐Ÿ„ Registration Link: https://app.magicbullet.pro/v2/preview/0wo1NsIMAXCpCpxxOk3r YOU WILL ALSO LEARN: - The philosophy of microdosing as an alternative solution to transform your personal and professional life. - Learn how intentional practices of mindfulness and mental fitness combined with microdosing (M & Ms)ย  can help dissolve anxieties, renew purpose, and achieve mental clarity, meaning, and concentration for the things that matter. - Understand the Age of Anxiety and how we ALL contribute to it - Why I disagree with Michael Pollanโ€™s โ€œHow To Change Your Mindโ€ theory - Discover a sustainable practice that integrates medicine and mentorship to cultivate awareness and transform yourself with a customized 90-day journey toward a life free of worry and overthinking. - Learn the simple 4-step equation of a microdosing practice and how to tune in with the cycles of nature. - You will also learn how to do it safely, where to begin, and what to expect! - Why your anxiety โ€œjust isโ€ and how microdosing is NOT, I repeat, NOT a magic pill or a panaceaย  - Some cool quotes Admission is FREE (pun intended) Join by registering on the link below https://app.magicbullet.pro/v2/preview/0wo1NsIMAXCpCpxxOk3r Hope to see you there, B ๐Ÿฆ…๐Ÿ„๐Ÿ‘๏ธ

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Iโ€™m looking to connect with people who have had success with micro-dosing using the 90 day journey that Brian has put together. I would love to connect with you. Have a Blessed Day, Kari Travis Lynch

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Brian Chaplin
George Siffri
Glade Mellor
New comment Jun 30

Iโ€™m being drawn to taking a solo trip and Iโ€™m wondering if anyone has experience with this? Any advice for prepping for it? Advice for getting through the โ€œcome upโ€ stage? Iโ€™m a lil nervous bc Iโ€™ve never done it by myself but Iโ€™m feeling led to it, like it could really help.

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Stephanie Voght
Glade Mellor
New comment Jun 30

New here, started my journey a few weeks back. Looking to add a little more structure around it. [If necessary] Been doing a hybrid Stamen method 2-3 on 3-4 off with 1 here and there in the middle if the intent is there. Listening to my body. Great to meet you all. ๐Ÿ„

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Jennifer Juniper
New comment Jun 29

Welcome back @George Siffri ! Tonight, during our session, we delved into the topic of the inner critic and explored how self-judgment arises when we lack awareness of our thoughts ๐Ÿ‘๏ธ The practice of microdosing offers a valuable tool to observe our thoughts, perceptions, and emotions with greater clarity. By enhancing our awareness, we can recognize the transient and arbitrary nature of thought. In truth, thought is a construct of the human mind and lacks inherent reality. This realization prompts us to question: what is truly real ๐Ÿ„ By embracing the understanding that our thoughts are merely products of conditioning, social constructs, and personal biases that often shape our experiences and judgments without us even being fully conscious of them ๐Ÿ‘๏ธ However, through the practice of mindfulness and microdosing (aka M & M~!) we can cultivate a heightened level of awareness ๐Ÿ„ Microdosing, provides an opportunity to observe the mind and its processes from a different perspective. It allows us to step back and witness the flow of thoughts without attachment or identification. This vantage point enables us to recognize the impermanence and illusory nature of thoughts, freeing us from the grip of self-judgment ๐Ÿ‘๏ธ By sharpening our awareness through microdosing and mindfulness practices, we gain insight into the arbitrary nature of our thoughts. We begin to understand that thoughts are merely mental constructs, influenced by our past experiences, societal conditioning, and cultural narratives. They do not inherently define who we are or the nature of reality. I REPEAT, they do not inherently define who we are or the nature of reality ๐Ÿ„ In this exploration, we open ourselves to a more expansive understanding of existence. We start questioning the nature of reality itself and the boundaries of our perception. Terance McKenna, known for his insightful perspectives on consciousness and altered states, invites us to contemplate the limitations of our ordinary perception and consider the possibility of a more profound and interconnected reality beyond the constructs of thought ๐Ÿ‘๏ธ

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George Siffri
New comment Jun 28

Let me ask you something personal - what does anxiety feel like for you? I know it can be tough to share your innermost thoughts with those around you. Despite the progress made around mental health, there's still a lingering stigma that can make us feel "less than" or misunderstood. It's frustrating, right?๐Ÿค” But here's what I want you to know - you are not alone. I've been there too, and I know first hand how isolating and debilitating anxiety can be. I remember feeling like I was in a constant fog, unable to fully articulate my thoughts or feelings. My brain was always creating problems that didn't even exist, and I was convinced that everything I did would turn out badly. But here's the thing - it doesn't have to be this way. You don't have to suffer in silence or let anxiety control your life.๐Ÿ’ฏ That's where microdosing comes in. Microdosing, combined with practices like meditation, nature walks, and a healthy diet, can help kick anxiety to the curb and bring more peace and calm into your life.๐Ÿ„ The bottom line is this - if you're tired of feeling anxious and want to take control of your mental health, microdosing may be the answer you've been looking for. It's time to break free from the cycle of negative thinking and start living your life to the fullest. You deserve it.๐Ÿ‘

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Michael Murphy
Julie Anna Johnson
Brian Chaplin
Kari Lynch
Annemarie Maes
New comment Jun 27

4 key microdosing benefits to start your summer off on the right perspective. 1: Amplified Perception and Mindfulness Microdosing acts as a catalyst, amplifying your perception and fostering a state of heightened mindfulness. It allows you to observe your thoughts, emotions, and behaviors with clarity, leading to a deeper understanding of yourself. 2: Enhanced Emotional Intelligence Through microdosing, you can tap into the depths of your emotions and develop a heightened emotional intelligence. It provides a unique vantage point to observe and navigate your emotional landscape, fostering greater empathy, self-reflection, and emotional resilience. 3: Expanded Consciousness and Introspection Our 90-day microdosing journey offers an opportunity for expanded consciousness and profound introspection. It allows you to explore the depths of your subconscious, uncovering hidden patterns, beliefs, and insights that contribute to your self-awareness. 4: Breaking Limiting Patterns and Perspectives Microdosing can help break through limiting patterns and perspectives that hinder personal growth. It encourages you to step outside your comfort zone, challenge preconceived notions, and embrace new possibilities, enabling a deeper understanding of your authentic self. BONUS!!! A solstice or an equinox is always a great time to start a new 90 day journey! Get in the rhythms of nature! Enjoy the longer days, and the sun that is high up in the sky! All my best, Brian As always, you can book a call anytime to discuss our 90 Day Journey Back To YOU, or explore our starter kits. ๐Ÿ„ https://calendly.com/brian_fullmoon/30min PRO TIP: Link to the starter kit and the calendar found in the About Us section as well.

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Glade Mellor
Brian Chaplin
New comment Jun 25

Just a question if you wake up youโ€™ve had allergies all week and you have a bit of a headache and today is your day to microdose. Do you continue to do that or do you skip it and change the day? Just curious.

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Julie Newhouse
New comment Jun 20

I am a 83 year old retired psychiatrist who has been microdosing psilocybin for about 4 months. Yes, I think it is helpful along with other things you might do to improve โ€œ mental health.โ€ I live on the Olympic Peninsula. If I can be helpful to this group, I certainly would try. I also remain ona learning curve in the psychedelic world. Thanks, Joan Enoch, M.D.

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Brian Chaplin
Kari Lynch
Joan Enoch, M.D.
New comment Jun 16

Who will be attending this evening's community integration meeting? ๐Ÿ„ For those that may be new here; when you become a customer of the 90-Day Journey Back To YOU-part of that purchase comes with a one-hour weekly integration ZOOM call on Tuesdays from 5:30-6:30 PST We gather, learn and share about our microdosing practice as a way to inspire and support one another along the journey. For more information, our calendar is in the bio where you can schedule a call with us. Thanks,๐Ÿ‘๏ธ everyone......

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Richard Pentz
Brian Chaplin
Ana-Katherine Anderson
Antonella Vittoria
Kari Lynch
New comment Jun 16

As I stated before early on my voyage and have stuck to the program. At this rate you get three a week and being Iโ€™m only on my third week so Iโ€™m six or seven on days. So I am still having problems on the second day off or second night I should say. Pushing on and keeping the faith.

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Brian Chaplin
Nick Carey
Kari Lynch
New comment Jun 16

Hi my name is Jasmine. Iโ€™m new here and just wanted to say hello!๐Ÿ‘‹

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Julie Anna Johnson
Julie Newhouse
Brian Chaplin
Kari Lynch
New comment Jun 16

Hi guys! Big believer in the healing powers of psychedelics. From mushrooms to ayahuasca to iboga, they've all tremendously helped me deal with past traumas. Excited to connect with all of you!

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Brian Chaplin
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During this week's community gathering meeting, we delved into the art of decluttering as a transformative practice. We explored how decluttering goes beyond simply getting rid of physical items and extends into releasing emotional baggage that we have been carrying ๐Ÿ„ Drawing parallels to the practice of microdosing, we acknowledged the opportunity to delve deeper into our emotions, shining a light on neglected core wounds for healing and transformation. As one member beautifully expressed, it's like dusting off those core wounds and allowing them to bask in the shining light ๐ŸŒž The profound words of Thich Nhat Hanh resonated with us, emphasizing the power of awareness in transformation. Like the sun, wherever we direct our awareness, we hold the ability to create profound shifts in our lives ๐Ÿ‘๏ธ On a personal note, I have been actively engaging in decluttering by discarding one item per day from my home over the past two weeks. This physical act serves as a reminder to evaluate what I can release from my conscience as well. It prompts me to reflect on emotional attachments and beliefs that no longer serve me, allowing space for growth and liberation ๐Ÿ‘๏ธ In our discussion, we dedicated attention to a thought-provoking quote that shed light on the connection between anxiety and compassion. We explored how anxiety can manifest as a disguised form of compassion, often catching us off guard ๐Ÿ‘๏ธ The quote by Andrew Boyd emphasized that compassion, while deeply meaningful, can also be challenging. Feeling connected to everything, we bear a sense of responsibility for the world and its challenges. We cannot turn away from suffering and must find the strength to carry the weight of the universe. It calls us to grow strong enough to love the world while maintaining an empty space within us to confront its worst horrors โš–๏ธ The meeting provided us with valuable insights into the power of decluttering, the practice of microdosing, and the delicate dance between anxiety and compassion ๐Ÿ™

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Just here ready to expand my horizons

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Brian Chaplin
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Monday share: Microdosing arguably relies on a phenotype, a collaborative dance between yourself, your environment and the medicine. This must be observed holistically in order to determine its secrets ๐Ÿ„ For it is out in the real and messy world where microdosing works its wonders โ€” a world rife with confounding variables ๐Ÿ„ Learning to listen to our bodies and gain a greater control over it is the goal of combining microdosing with mindfulness ๐Ÿ„

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I'd like to find out more I have a few different problems one is ptsd anxiety disorder also depression and chronic pain

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