Unlock the Power of Fungi to Help Save the World


  1. Gain knowledge about fungi and their potential to benefit the world.
    Read books and articles, attend conferences, and watch talks by experts in the field to learn more about fungi and their potential to help the planet.
  2. Share your knowledge with others.
    Educate yourself and others about the importance of fungi and spread awareness of their role in the health of the planet.
  3. Put fungi to use.
    Look for ways to use fungi to clean up pollution and industrial waste, and to help cancer patients and bees.
  4. Identify the problem.
    Analyze the problem and determine what kind of solution is needed.
  5. Research potential solutions.
    Investigate different solutions and decide which one is the most suitable.
  6. Implement the solution.
    Take the necessary steps to put the solution into action.
  7. Monitor the results.
    Track the results of the solution and make adjustments as needed.
  8. Evaluate the outcome.
    Assess the outcome of the solution and determine if it was successful.
  9. Gain understanding of psychedelic mushrooms.
    Read books, articles, and research papers to understand the effects of psychedelic mushrooms.
  10. Find a safe and legal place to use them.
    Research the laws in your area to find a safe and legal place to use psychedelic mushrooms.
  11. Prepare for the experience.
    Set an intention for the experience, find a comfortable and safe environment, and have a sober sitter present.
  12. Take the mushrooms.
    Follow the dosage instructions and take the mushrooms.
  13. Reflect on the experience.
    After the experience, take time to reflect on what you learned and how it can be applied to your life.
  14. Learn about the history of psychoactive mushrooms.
    Read R. Gordon Wasson's article in Life magazine, watch videos of Terence McKenna, and read McKenna's book Food of the Gods to learn about the influence of psychoactive mushrooms on human culture and evolution.
  15. Understand synesthesia.
    Synesthesia is the conflation of the senses that psychedelics are known to induce.
  16. Consider the implications of the stoned ape theory.
    The stoned ape theory suggests that psilocybin mushrooms gave our hominid ancestors access to realms of supernatural power, catalyzed the emergence of human self-reflection, and brought us out of the animal mind and into the world of articulated speech and imagination.


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