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Ketamine: A transformational catalyst

Our friends at MAPS detail how ketamine can transform your relationship to your mind.   https://maps.org/news/bulletin/articles/410-bulletin-winter-2016/6470-ketamine-a-transformational-catalyst   As the only ‘legal’ psychedelic, ketamine clinics are popping up everywhere. At Cedar City Ketamine, we offer an integrated clinic, designed to provide the best clinical care at the lowest effective cost. We’re not in it for the money, we want to show people their true essence.

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Die Before You Die: A Mystical Approach to Depression and Suicidal Thoughts

Bryce Hammond has a thought-provoking post at “Thy Mind, O Human”. His ideas work well with ketamine therapy in which we try to quiet or ‘kill’ your ego, allowing access to your pure Self.   https://www.thymindoman.com/die-before-you-die-a-mystical-approach-to-depression-and-suicidal-thoughts/

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This is your brain on ketamine

What’s actually happening in your brain during ketamine therapy? That’s what a team of researchers examined last year in a study published in the British Journal of Anesthesia. The authors studied 15 volunteers, who were given 0.5mg/kg of ketamine over 40 minutes. That’s a standard dose when giving ketamine for depression, but a lower dose than you would use for surgery. The scientists hooked the volunteers up to an

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Are you good enough?

Are you good enough? Are you, at your core, ‘enough’. I bet most of us, at different points in our lives, will admit a sense of not being ‘enough’. When we’re children, we develop figures in our lives that give us certainty and strength. These are usually parents, but also teachers, religious leaders, or God. As we grow up, we start to lay to groundwork to become whole individuals.

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Hummingbirds, Zen, and Being

Today a hummingbird snapped me back to reality. For the last 15 years, if I’ve had free time, my go-to move is to fill it with an activity. Call it ‘achiever fever’. Usually, it’s some sort of physical activity– running, climbing, biking, weightlifting, etc. Of course, we need to take care of our physical bodies as part of a life well-lived. But for me, exercise has often served as

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Shake up the snow globe

Most of us will agree that we’re connected in one way or another. In your relationships, the more you connect with others the happier and more fulfilled you’ll be. The whole appeal of social media is to build connections (however shallow they may be). Politicians and religions exploit the need for connection by creating fear of the ‘other’ group and telling people that only ‘we’ have the right answer.

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Paradigms of Ketamine Therapy

In the world of ketamine treatment, a potential patient will find a vast array of treatment options. It can be confusing, especially in such a vulnerable state. Today I’ll outline the common methods of administration and philosophies surrounding ketamine therapy.   Mindset and Treatment setting   Because of its often unpredictable psychoactive effects, the setting in which ketamine is delivered can vastly change the course of treatment. When given

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Toska

This is the first in what will be regular installments of creative works by my patients. I’ve been pleasantly surprised to discover the well of creativity that lives in people! Enjoy! When I was fifteen, I remember sitting in my grandparent’s back yard on a normal humid summer evening in Copiague, NY. My Oma came out with a mason jar to catch fireflies in. After catching about ten fireflies

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