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This book is a much needed resource that is coming out more and more in writings in North America. One critique I have though, is that in his history of psychedelics, he does not add any information about Europe during the inquisition. This was a time when healers, mostly women, used psychedelics as medicine. Also it was used as a spiritual tool, which a Christian myth was created connecting satanic worship with an old pagan religion that had no concept of evil in their cosmology. Thus the cultural ban on psychedelics was so successful that the history was twisted and still forgotten. This important part of the history that has been left out again and is another weakness in colonial, often white male, authors. Even so I gave a five star review because the rest of the book is well written and worth a read for anyone even mildly curious.
Outstanding book that is an introduction not just to microdosing, but to psychedelics for those who are new to overcoming misplaced stigmas and learning about their benefits. I appreciated it as a practical guide from author Paul Austin's personal experience as well, as numerous reports and studies conducted through Third Wave's engaged community. Despite Paul's obvious bias (which I share) and advocacy, I was also pleased that he wrote this in a balanced way that did not try to paint psychedelics as the panacea to cure all, as is so often touted by true believers in the space. This book is a responsible intro full of useful information.
The sentence that sums up the book best to me: "Any microdosing protocol must be rooted in intention and outcome. That means being proactive to make sure you are supporting yourself in four core areas: a healthy diet, adequate sleep, exericse, and practices for emotional well-being, such as meditation or therapy. When we experience relief, often we look to the tangible thing that's changed in our routines - in this case, the psilocybin - and we give it sole credit for our improvements. But it wasn't simply the substance that caused these changes. It was an exponential combination of all the habits that microdosing facilitated coming together to support us in all the right ways." [p52]
Paul has been doing a great job on his website, which makes all important information available in one place and this book is a great addition to it. I hope that this will be another great step towards decriminalising psychedelics and more widespread use within our society.
If you are interesting in microdosing or work with people who might benefit from it (therapist, counsellor, mental health practitioner, priestess, healer etc.) this is a great book for you.
Paul does a great job of educating the reader on microdosing and how to use protocols. It is an enjoyable read and easy to digest materials that make it helpful to apply these techniques in a fascinating subject.
I am what you might call "very experienced" in the psychedelic world.
Initially, I was worried this would be a bunch of beginner stuff you hear everywhere else.
Gotta say, I was very pleasantly surprised. It covers the whole spectrum. There's something here for all levels of experience. It gives a great overview of psychedelic medicine and microdosing along with essential frameworks for understanding how/why they work.
There's a lot of different applications for microdosing the book does justice to all of them. It filled in some gaps in my understanding and gave me some useful ideas on how to improve my own microdosing practice.
If you're at all curious about microdosing, this is definitely the book to start with.
I love the bonus content included with the book too!
There were a few topics I wanted to dig deeper into and the bonuses section had all the resources I wanted without needing to search around the internet for hours.
Mastering Microdosing is a true gem! Great work Paul. A must-read for anyone seeking to harness the incredible potential of psychedelia. This game-changing book is all about catalyzing transformation through intentional psychedelic use. The author’s focus is psychedelics for personal growth, creative insight, and professional transformation. Truly pioneering work! The best microdosing book I’ve come across. It’s your one-stop guidebook to all things microdosing & macrodosing.
I'm a holistic journalist and healer who spent five months in the village of Huautla where Gordon Wasson first participated in the ancient mushroom ceremony with the famous healer Maria Sabena. At that time, I both researched the Mazatex tribe and experienced the sacred psilocybin "Velada." The research that Austin has done brings a deeper, overall understanding of the different hallucinogens and the role each are capable of playing in mental health. For a newcomer to the field of hallucinogens, it is an easily understood introduction to their historical, medicinal and spiritual value. I hope "Microdosing' will be widely read to inspire other scientists into the field of hallucinogen resulting in a future where they will be included in the legal lexicon of therapeutic mental health drugs. Thank You, Paul Austin
Paul does a really good job of explaining all things microdosing... From protocols, to preparation, and sourcing, it's all there. I especially love the chapter that explains the effects that microdosing has on the brain. I knew it can be very beneficial but never really knew how until now.