A psychedelic journey is just the beginning of a complex process of integrating your experience

Some of the long-term effects of Ayahuasca and San Pedro are self-evident. Many people find that after the ceremony they eliminate tobacco, alcohol and even drug addiction. Almost everyone gains a deeper understanding of the world and themselves. The condition of patients with therapeutically resistant depression is significantly improved, and this is confirmed even by science. In order to unleash the full potential of plant teachers, you will have to do the work after the ceremony.

Here are just a few of the long-term effects of psychedelic drugs:
reducing psychological trauma, information viruses and attitudes that interfere with achieving harmony and success in your life;
understanding how life actually works, what is its meaning, and, as a result, the ability to correctly prioritize;
reconciliation with the past by re-living exciting life episodes during a journey;
establishing relationships with family and friends, acquaintances and colleagues, a significant reduction in the number of conflicts;
healing for depression and PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder).

A psychedelic journey offers insights that need to be comprehended and independently implemented. Ayahuasca and San Pedro won't do it for you. Repeated ceremonies will not help either: quantity does not mean quality. If you bypass integration of your experience, psychedelics will turn from a powerful means of true self-development into a mystical attraction for you. Spectacular and addicting, but almost useless.
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Integration is the understanding of the experiences received on the psychedelic journey, their interpretation, and changing your own life for the better. Integration doesn't always begin after the ceremony. The right attitude going into the ceremony is important too.

According to Leary's model, the richness of psychedelic experiences depends not only on the drug, but also on the setting and the emotional, psychological, and even mental state of the person, their mindset.

For those who open their minds and hearts to new experiences, surrender skepticism and concentrate on their inner feelings, Ayahuasca and San Pedro deliver constructive insights. Having the right mindset dramatically reduces the likelihood of a bad journey.


Have you noticed how easy it is to forget your dreams? When you first awaken you can describe the dream in detail. In moments, however, the information slips away. The same thing happens with psychedelic experiences.

If you do not try to deliberately preserve the memory of mystical experiences, many constructive insights will slip away and there will be nothing to integrate.

Here are the basic techniques for remembering your journey:
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Learning to understand the meaning of the messages and implement them in life
Reiteration. At the end of the ceremony, when the effects of ayahuasca or San Pedro begin to wane, you will find yourself in a borderline state. At the end of a journey, you are gradually returning to the material world, but this process is not over yet. At such moments, it is extremely important to repeatedly scroll over the memories of your journey. This is a way to move to another level of awareness, where the repressive mechanisms of the brain are no longer so active.

Verbalization. Speak what you see and feel during the ceremony. This technique is based on the same principle as repetition. The brain will supplant the memories of the journey, but you will remember a lot of what you said aloud. If your listener is an experienced researcher or integration specialist, he will guide your story in the right direction and help you focus on important details.

Containment. When the ceremony is over, you may be eager to discuss your experiences with colleagues. Avoid these kinds of conversations. Concentrate on remembering and comprehending only your experiences. Don't let them mix.


Plant-teacher spirits do not make clear recommendations. Their messages are allegorical. Your task is to unravel images, symbols, and references. It is advisable to consult with a shaman and more experienced colleagues. Sometimes one ceremony is not enough. The ability to understand your experiences comes with experience.

Don't take action on your interpretation right away. New layers of interpretation arise over time, it can take from a week to several months.


Psychedelics are not a way to escape to another world, but a way to change your reality for the better. Otherwise, the journeys will turn into outlandish entertainment. This is the problem for many Ayahuasca and San Pedro adherents. They fly to the ceremony to watch psychedelic visions but do not interpret the insights. If they come to any conclusions, then they lack the strength, patience and determination to implement the messages of plant teachers into their own lives. Don't repeat their mistakes!


Highlighting the true goals of psychedelic ceremonies
Transcendental experiences are valuable because they allow you to look behind the curtain of the universe. Without proper integration, you'll forego much knowledge and won't reap the benefits.

The lessons of plant teachers must not be overlooked. They need to be implemented. It can lead to a complex personality transformation with correctly interpreted messages.

These messages are always aimed at healing mental ailments, gaining well-being and achieving success. Their interpretation and subsequent implementation is true self-development. It doesn't come easily.

Ayahuasca and San Pedro don't do anything for you. They only provide direction and advice. Perhaps the most valuable advice in your life. Learn to understand them and you will succeed in whatever you want.

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Don't try to cover everything at once. Decide on your key objectives: Healing from mental ailments, getting rid of addiction, learning the true structure of the world, harmonizing relationships, achieving financial success. For each of these cases form the appropriate mindset before the ceremony. Set and setting have been proven to affect the subject matter and quality of insights.
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Changing minds and changing lives!
Do not try to cope on your own. If this is your first ceremony, you need an integration specialist. He will teach you to read the signs of the plant teachers and convey their advice. He will help you to get the maximum benefit from the psychedelic experience.

Don't try to get things done quickly. Integration takes time and space. Avoid psychedelic weekend tours. A quality retreat takes at least a week, and another week is needed to smoothly return to normal life and begin the transformation.

Don't try to keep everything in your head. Keep a diary where you will write down the contents of the journeys, your impressions, as well as interpretations of insights and plans for their implementation. It doesn't have to be paper, notes on a smartphone are fine too. The main thing is the methodology with which you go towards your goal. This goal is to become the best version of yourself.