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EXTENDED DIFFICULTIES AFTER TRIPS, AND WHAT HELPS PEOPLE DEAL WITH THEM

🗣Jules Evans, Journalist and Director of the Challenging Psychedelic Experiences Project and the author of four books, including The Art of Losing Control.

Tue 6th June, 8PM CEST (7PM GMT, 2PM EST, 11AM PST)

📍Online (OPEN Community Platform)

Join Jules Evans, Director of the Challenging Psychedelic Experiences Project to explore the various short-term and long-term difficulties that people sometimes experience after trips and discuss what people find helpful in coping with these difficulties.

As an experienced researcher and writer on psychedelic experiences, Jules has gained valuable insights into the many challenges that people can face after taking these powerful substances. From difficult emotional experiences to long-term changes in perception, psychedelic trips can have a profound impact on a person’s life. However, there are many ways to cope with these difficulties and to integrate the insights gained from psychedelic experiences into daily life.

Whether you’re a seasoned expert or curious about the potential benefits and risks of psychedelic experiences, this event promises to offer valuable insights into the challenges that can arise and how to effectively navigate them.

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ABOUT THE SPEAKER

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Jules Evans is a highly respected journalist, author, and researcher with a particular focus on psychedelic experiences and their impact on individuals and society. He is the director of the Challenging Psychedelic Experiences Project, which is dedicated to researching harm reduction, ethics, and integration in the use of psychedelic substances. In addition to his work in the psychedelic field, Jules is also the author of four books, including “The Art of Losing Control,” which explores altered states of consciousness and the search for transcendence. His writing has been widely praised for its engaging style and thoughtful insights, and he has been featured in numerous media outlets.

Recently, Jules has been delving into some of the most crucial and controversial topics in the psychedelic community, including the ethics of psychedelic testimonials, the shadow of psychedelic capitalism, and the role of conspiracy thinking in the use of psychedelics. He is a sought-after speaker and commentator on these issues, and his work has helped to shape the conversation around the responsible use of these powerful substances.

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