psychedelic integration

When developing your integration plan, it is helpful to explore different ways of learning, perceiving, communicating, and authentically relating. You may already know which approaches work best for you. If not, this is another way psychedelic integration can deepen your self-awareness and provide insights that transfer to other aspects of your life. 

There are many different approaches to integration, all of them valuable. What resonates with you will be unique to your experiences. It’s helpful to get ideas from others, but remember that your process will undoubtedly look different, and that’s a good thing! Your unique energy and expression is a gift that will enrich the world around you. 

Here are six processing and learning styles and example integration practices aligned with each. You may notice that one particular style appeals to you, or multiple. It’s possible that on any given day what feels best will look different, so allow yourself to experiment and for your integration practice to evolve over time. 

Physical: breathwork, movement (dance, yoga, exercise), and tactile experiences (e.g., walking barefoot, standing under running water).

Verbal: journaling, poetry, taking notes. 

Musical: playing an instrument or listening to music, humming, drumming. 

Visual: drawing, painting, creating mind maps. 

Social: integration circles, therapy or coaching, support groups.

Spiritual: meditation, journeying, spending time in nature. 

Weaving one or more of these practices into your life is a beautiful way to stay connected to your psychedelic experience, support your integration process, and solidify the benefits of your work with the medicine.

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