At its most basic level, holotropic breathwork is the practice of accelerated, or enhanced, breathing. It involves breathing at a controlled, rapid rate for an extended period of time. Practitioners are able to enter an altered state of consciousness where healing is possible.
Psychedelics, such as ketamine, psilocybin, and LSD, are powerful therapeutic tools capable of treating all kinds of mood disorders. Here is all the information you need to know about how psychedelic-assisted therapy works at Nushama.
Mood disorders are among the most common mental health conditions and can significantly impact quality of life. They are often treated with psychiatric medication, which can mask symptoms, but psychedelic therapy is emerging as a viable alternative. This treatment can help people identify and process the root of their trauma, reframing their narrative for long-lasting results when combined with therapy and integration.
The number of options for ketamine-assisted therapy is growing quickly, and you may be wondering how to choose the one that is right for you. Nushama happens to be quite different from most clinics—in fact, we don’t even call ourselves a “clinic,” and here are the reasons why.
Psychedelic integration is the process of drawing insight from an often enigmatic experience. It’s a practice of working with a professional to inform personal growth. The process of integration can even help make a “difficult” experience, a really valuable one.
Before, during, or after your psychedelic journey, you may find it helpful to read books about it. The following books cover psychedelics from different viewpoints.