LSD and Religious Experience

@inproceedings{Pahnke2010LSDAR,
  title={LSD and Religious Experience},
  author={Walter N. Pahnke},
  year={2010}
}
psychotomimeti c , i.e., psychosis-mimicking, was generally used; but this rather negatively loaded term was seen by some as being too narrow and limiting to accommodate the wide range of experiences being reported and observed. In 1957 Dr. Humphry Osmond (Osmond, 1957) proposed the term psychedelic, i.e., mind-opening or mind-manifesting, to encompass the full range of positive and negative experiences that he had seen in his work with such drugs. Psychedelic will be the term used in this… CONTINUE READING

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