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It could be said, I'm a psychonaut. After 35 years of learning about methods of exploring the universe, why, how and when it occurs, I believe it's a title I've earned. It's not all sitting around taking acid and frying your brain. It actually involves very little use of mind altering substances and the kind of indepth learning you would undertake in a top university. It was 30 years of learning and introspection, self evaluation adjustment of values and hard work before I was fully ready to partake of what's known as "the spirit molecule".
Why go to all the effort? Instead tread the path cut by colonialists. With the mighty dollar, trample through the remote Amazonian rain forest, where 80% of the world's biodiversity precariously exists, introducing the countless dangers to a people, ecosystem and culture totally unprepared for it?
Without all the years of learning, the possibility of completely losing ones mind, taking powerful halluciogens in an unprepared situation, is entirely understandable.
Those isolated tribes that survived rubber tappers, colonialists and loggers face a new threat.
Wealthy westerners seek a short cut to enlightenment, flocking to retreats that make a mockery of the complex spirituality being culturally appropriated. Increasing reports of disappearances and deaths emerge. No mention of the loss of life, from disease, the distancing of a people with their identity and the damage to the delicate balance within the region that is to the Earth, what a heart is to a human.
Profiteers allege that it affords the tribes luxuries. Perhaps like giving a starving child a Fabergé egg.
Eco tourism of this kind must end.
Psychologist Qualified chef customer services manager forklift driver 30 year functional heroin addict (reformed) Investigative journalist until a brain injury~ relearned everything I don't twitter Retraining in forensic psychology
The right to enlightenment must be earned.
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