What is PrajnaDose?
Prajna, from the Sanskrit “Prajñā”, is the wisdom that has the potential to lead us to enlightenment.
PrajnaDose is a microdose treatment based on psilocybe mushrooms that allows us greater mental presence and cognitive acuity on a daily basis, in order to heal our mind.
It should be understood as integrative medicine, since its purpose is to restore the balance of the mind to heal root disorders.
What is microdosing?
A sub-perceptual dose of an entheogenic substance with the potential to increase our focus and creativity while keeping our mind present.
Who is PrajnaDose for?
For anyone looking to do personal work. There is no specific use case.
It has been used to work on various mental disorders (depression, addiction, post-traumatic stress, insomnia, etc.), but also to achieve greater presence and focus, or to form new beneficial habits (new exercise routines, better eating, etc.). ).
Who is PrajnaDose NOT for?
The microdose promotes mental entropy, generating new possibilities to assimilate reality in our mind.
Those who suffer from psychosis, panic attacks or schizophrenia already have too much entropy in their mind and it is counterproductive to add even more. It should not be consumed by someone who has a diagnosed mental disorder.
It is not recommended for pregnant women due to a lack of studies that show otherwise.
What do entheogenic substances do in my brain?
They act by deactivating the neural region of greatest importance in structuring our habitual consciousness; the region that dictates which external stimuli we associate with the mental constructs we already know.
Decreasing the activity of this region makes it possible to restructure acquired mental patterns because new perspectives and ways of understanding reality are observed.
How often should I take it and for how long?
It is consumed 2 times a week, leaving a minimum of 2 days between each capsule. We suggest setting two fixed days in the week for ease (eg Monday and Thursday).
The treatment does not have a defined maximum duration, we suggest that it be practiced for at least two months and until the desired result is achieved.
What is the result of PrajnaDose?
The results are specific for each case; however, at the end, a better mood, better sleeping and eating habits, greater creativity and greater contact with emotions are generally observed.
How do I prepare to start PrajnaDose?
Identify what you would like to improve about yourself: patterns or addictions that you would like to work on, habits that you would like to form, or ideas that you would like to change. Then, select the intention that you think is most convenient for this.
Prajna Dose is an integral treatment and, as such, it requires a proper work to obtain the desired results.
Imagine it as therapy, if you are more clear about what you want to work on before starting with it, it will be easier for you to achieve it.
Microdosing for Mental Clarity
Our habitual consciousness is a set of mental constructs that we have formed since childhood. From how we perceive our basic emotions to how we perceive ourselves (ego).
Every mental construct that we maintain arose as an estimate of the mind taking the external information available at the time, and that has been functional for us.
Thus, our reality is that set of constructs that we have created, reinforced and optimized throughout our lives, to facilitate our day-to-day survival.
But this achieved consciousness is just one more state of reality within an infinity of possibilities, and we also pay a high price for the individuality of that structure. Although this human capacity allows us to reflect, as we reinforce our constructs we allow ourselves to process a smaller amount of external stimuli and thus establish greater limits to our cognition*.
We lose flexibility in the mind because we associate all the external information we receive with some construct that we already know. This rigidity makes it difficult for us to adapt to new situations: to rethink constructs and reconfigure existing thought patterns.
Our mind tends to tear down what has been built only when the reality it presents becomes unsustainable. In those moments we return to process the information we receive to build a new reality that is functional for us.
Those moments are experiences that mark us deeply, where we lose a deep sense of ourselves; such as a heart break, the death of someone close, moving to a new place or losing our job, etc.
Research in neuroscience reveals that at those moments the activity of the neural region that has the highest hierarchy decreases, maintaining the order of our mind.
The result is a state of consciousness similar to that of childhood: Our mind again allows a greater flow of information in the form of external stimuli and emotions, in order to build a new meaning.
These investigations have also verified that said region can be deactivated voluntarily through meditation and/or the use of entheogenic medicines.
This new form of medicine is being used in the psychiatric field to treat mental disorders such as PTSD, alcoholism, depression or addictions and has obtained very good results. Because they can help to restructure our reality by forming new paths and thought patterns, and tearing down those that we identify as obsolete.
In these times, uncertainty is something constant and keeping our mind clear and in the present is essential to be able to adapt to the changing situation and thus discern in a way that is consistent with our person.