The Psychedelic Future of the Mind: How Entheogens Are Enhancing Cognition, Boosting Intelligence…
by Thomas B. Roberts, Ph.D.
From the Publisher:
Explores scientific and medical research on the emerging uses of psychedelics to enrich mind, morals, spirituality, and creativity.
As psychedelic psychotherapy gains recognition through research at universities and medical establishments such as the Johns Hopkins Medical Institute and Bellevue Hospital, the other beneficial uses of psychedelics are beginning to be recognized and researched as well–from enhancing problem-solving and increasing motivation to boosting the immune system and deepening moral and ethical values.
Exploring the bright future of psychedelics, Thomas B. Roberts, Ph.D., reveals how new uses for entheogens will enrich individuals as well as society as a whole. With contributions from Charles Grob, M.D., and Roger N. Walsh, M.D., Ph.D., the book explains how psychedelics can raise individual and business attitudes away from self-centeredness, improve daily life with strengthened feelings of meaningfulness and spirituality, and help us understand and redesign the human mind, leading to the possibility of a neurosingularity–a time when future brains surpass our current ones. Roberts envisions a future where you will seek psychedelic therapy not only for psychological reasons but also for personal growth, creative problem solving, improved brain function, and heightened spiritual awareness.
– Outlines a future that embraces psychedelics as tools for cognitive development, personal growth, business, and an experience-based religious reformation.
– Presents research on the use of psychedelics to enhance problem-solving, increase motivation, boost the immune system, and deepen ethical values.
– Includes chapters by Roger N. Walsh, M.D., Ph.D., and Charles Grob, M.D., on their psychedelic research on religious experience and alleviating the fear of death.
About the Author:
Thomas B. Roberts, Ph.D., is professor emeritus at Northern Illinois University and a former visiting scientist at Johns Hopkins. The coeditor of Psychedelic Medicine and the author of Psychedelic Horizons, he has spoken at international conferences on entheogens, consciousness, and psychedelic science. He lives in DeKalb, Illinois.
Paperback: 288 pages
Publisher: Park Street Press (January 1, 2013)
Product Dimensions: 9 x 6 inches
Shipping Weight: 15 ounces