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Lessons I learned from a Wachuma ceremony

Wachuma is the Quechuan name for the San Pedro cactus. Although the use of psychedelics isn’t something I use recreationally, I make an exception in a controlled, ceremonial environment. It is said that if done with the right intentions, people can see into their past, future, and heal deep, emotional wounds. It’s best to go into the ceremony with no expectations.

In the future, we are laughing on top of a mountain. That familiar, still youthful face I know so well. The shape of his jawline, the beard, the eyes that sparkle when he’s thinking of something mischievous to say.
— "Lessons I Learned From A Wachuma Ceremony"

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