Mushrooms Go Hand-in-Hand With Somatic Therapy

Mushrooms Go Hand-in-Hand With Somatic Therapy

This post was written by Andrew Tansil of Sayulita Wellness, a premiere wellness retreat located in Mexico.

The body is a temple. Psychedelics may hold the key. 

Somatic therapy has long been the treatment of choice for PTSD sufferers. This is a matter of working with the body alongside the mind.  And, according to recent findings, psilocybin can assist, strengthen and improve favorable outcomes.

Psilocybin can assist people in overcoming a variety of emotional and psychological difficulties. Including anxiety, depression, and PTSD, when used in controlled doses under the supervision of a qualified therapist.

Somatic therapy concentrates on the relationship between the mind and body. It teaches people how to pay attention to their bodily feelings and how to use them to analyze their emotional experiences. Those who suffer can benefit greatly from this kind of therapy.

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Mushrooms Can Amplify Somatic Therapy

Combining psilocybin with somatic therapy can enhance the therapeutic experience and lead to more profound healing. Psilocybin has been shown to increase connectivity in the brain, allowing individuals to make new connections and gain fresh perspectives on old problems. This increased connectivity can also improve communication between the mind and body, making it easier to access and process emotions.

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One of the most significant benefits of somatic therapy with psilocybin is that it can help individuals feel more grounded and connected to their bodies. Many people who struggle with anxiety or trauma may feel disconnected from their physical sensations and find it challenging to identify and manage their emotions. Somatic therapy can help individuals reestablish that connection and learn to use their physical sensations as a tool for emotional regulation.

Psilocybin can also help individuals let go of negative thought patterns and beliefs that may be holding them back. Through somatic therapy, individuals can identify and challenge these patterns and learn to replace them with more positive and constructive ways of thinking.

Clients at Sayulita Wellness working on their bodies. Photo from Sayulita Wellness

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‘Close Out Your Life on a High’

At Sayulita Wellness Retreat in Mexico, we use psilocybin therapy, among many other psychedelic practices, with the purpose of clearing the mind, restoring the nervous system, and promoting both emotional and physical wellbeing.

Sayulita Wellness Retreat consists of a total staff of 15 professionals who have provided over 4,324 successful psychedelic treatments, along with massage therapy, hypnotherapy, physical detox, breathwork and meditation practices,  and have helped patients overcome addiction, as well as depression, anxiety, stress, overwhelm, and fatigue. 

Our visitors testify to the effectiveness of our approach 

“If you’re carrying any baggage that’s weighing you down, this is a fantastic opportunity to close out your life on a high,” says 74-year-old retired coach Alfred G., who had a previous alcohol addiction.

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“… the mushrooms were pretty eye-opening…” says Jolie S. who struggled with drug and alcohol addiction.   “I saw my path laid in front of me, confronted relationships with my family and relationships from my past. Some of it was difficult, but I felt really connected to myself, and so it just kind of melted… I never felt so alive. 

Jolie continued, “I experienced what I would call a transcendent awaken where I saw the pieces of myself come back together. It was really special. I feel forever. Grateful for the practitioners for holding a safe and supportive space..”

Somatic therapy with psilocybin is not a one-size-fits-all approach, and it is not suitable for everyone. It is important to work with a trained therapist who can help guide you through the process and ensure that it is safe and effective for you. 

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Andrew Tansil

Andrew Tansil

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Andrew is an entrepreneur and writer from a small town in Missouri. He runs a luxury mushroom retreat as a result of jumping on an opportunity for treatment with psilocybin mushrooms while traveling through Mexico. After years of struggled with anxiety he found himself the happiest he’d been in his 30s thanks to the benefits of mushrooms.

Inspired by the experience he wanted to offer the same transformation he found through his treatment and started to help Sayulita Wellness Retreat reach 1000’s more wonderful people by coming on board!

He now writes and records editorials, podcasts, and more sharing personal experiences from the retreats and safe and effective resources to help people have profound experiences with psychedelics.

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