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I always knew I wanted to write a book, but it just never seemed to get enough momentum to make it to the finish line. I burn through my obsessions which often means they are bright, flashy, but not lengthy. I’ve made two other serious attempts at writing a book that never made it past the outline and first chapter.
It seems like it’s a theme for me that third time’s the charm.
This summer I had my first experience with dimethyltrypatmine (DMT) and, while I didn’t fully “break through,” it was life changing. It took weeks to process everything that I had been allowed to see. But I came away with a very well-defined purpose to share what I know and to create a space that uplifts others to do the same.
In the following months, I designed a completely new model for teaching science to neurodivergent adults, I wrote a book, I harvested my first ever outdoor photoperiod crop, and a I co-founded a cannabis reserach and advocacy non-profit. I feel driven by an undeniable purpose and it is absolutely exhilarating. I’m going to share some memories from this incredible and important time for me.