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  • Higher states of consciousness identified among psychedelic drug users - Mother Nature Network

    Higher states of consciousness identified among psychedelic drug users - Mother Nature Network;

    This is the first study to show brain-signal diversity that is higher than normal wakefulness. Bryan Nelson. April 19, 2017, 3:47 p.m.. Tweet. psychedelic art. Do psychedelic drugs really generate a higher level of consciousness? (Photo: Wiki Commons).and more »

  • Psychedelic trips may open the mind, as some have suggested - Science Magazine

    A group of tripped out volunteers just helped scientists better understand what's going on in the brain when people take psychedelic drugs such as LSD, ketamine, or the magic mushroom molecule, psilocybin, The Guardian reports. Brain activity was ...and more »

  • Psychedelic Drugs: The Brain Enters a 'Higher State of Consciousness' on LSD and Ketamine - Newsweek

    Psychedelic Drugs: The Brain Enters a 'Higher State of Consciousness' on LSD and Ketamine - Newsweek;

    Psychedelic drugs such as LSD and ketamine cause the brain to enter a “higher state of consciousness,” according to scientists. For the first time, a new study has showed the diversity of brain activity increasing as a result of taking these drugs ...and more »

  • Evidence of a 'higher' state of consciousness? - Science Daily

    Evidence of a 'higher' state of consciousness? - Science Daily;

    Date: April 19, 2017; Source: University of Sussex; Summary: Scientific evidence of a 'higher' state of consciousness has been found in a new study. Using brain imaging technology, researchers measured the tiny magnetic fields produced in the brain and ...and more »

  • Neuroscientists measure 'higher' state of consciousness - UPI.com

    "The present study's findings help us understand what happens in people's brains when they experience an expansion of their consciousness under psychedelics," said researcher Robin Cahart-Harris. By Brooks Hays | April 19, 2017 at 11:56 AM. Follow @ ...and more »

  • Science says hallucinogenic drugs do give you a higher level of consciousness - Yahoo News

    Science says hallucinogenic drugs do give you a higher level of consciousness - Yahoo News;

    A new study has revealed that hallucinogenic drugs are capable of providing a higher level of consciousness within humans. The study, conducted by scientists from The University of Sussex, The University of Auckland, and Imperial College London, aimed ...and more »

  • Could psychedelic drugs boost your career prospects? - Business Day (registration)

    Could psychedelic drugs boost your career prospects? - Business Day (registration);

    Washington — After a litany of prescriptions failed to control her stormy mood swings and deep depression, writer Ayelet Waldman finally found relief in a blue vial of diluted LSD. Feeling she "had nothing to lose," the San Francisco Bay-area former ...and more »

  • Psychedelic drugs induce 'heightened state of consciousness', brain scans show - The Guardian

    Psychedelic drugs induce 'heightened state of consciousness', brain scans show - The Guardian;

    Researchers measured the activity of neurons in people's brains as the drugs took hold. Photograph: Suresh Muthukumaraswamy. Drugs. Psychedelic drugs induce 'heightened state of consciousness', brain scans show. Study records what appears to be the ...and more »

  • LSD Effect: 'Date Rape' Drug Produces 'Higher Level Of Consciousness', Scientific Research Says - The Inquisitr

    LSD Effect: 'Date Rape' Drug Produces 'Higher Level Of Consciousness', Scientific Research Says - The Inquisitr;

    Effects of LSD might have involved a lot of things. However, this time science has evidence of what LSD addicts have been claiming for a long time. The “date rape” drug produces a “higher level of consciousness.” Scientists have apparently found ...and more »

  • Psychedelic drugs push the brain to a state never seen before - New Scientist

    Psychedelic drugs push the brain to a state never seen before - New Scientist;

    Measuring neuron activity has revealed that psychedelic drugs really do alter the state of the brain, creating a different kind of consciousness. “We see an increase in the diversity of signals from the brain,” says Anil Seth, at the University of ...and more »