Lane Carlson Tells Us Why Mushroom Therapy and Spiritual Psychology Work So Well Together
Can you tell us your personal story and how did you come to spiritual psychology as a healing modality?
A lot of my transformation started because of my own inner work that I needed to do. I was diagnosed with depression as a kid. The doctor wrote me a prescription for Prozac when I was 13 or 14 years old. I remember it just didn’t feel right because I didn’t want to take pills for the rest of my life. From that young age, I remember going to my mom and asking her, “do I have to take these the rest of my life?” She told me, “No, you’ve got to go do happy things for yourself. You have to take care of yourself. Go watch funny movies, get exercise.” From that point in my life, I understood more clearly how to use my body as an instrument. That meant getting exercise, playing sports, and doing fun things for myself. I don’t think I took the pills for more than a month or two. I was done with them and threw them away.
“The Wake Retreat provided me a sense of community and intimacy that I, like so many others, have been needing. It has allowed me to be more vulnerable and expressive with others, while also realizing the love and potential I have inside.”
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