A year ago I wrote about the findings in the Johns Hopkins psilocybin study:
“a third of the participants in the study described the psilocybin experience as the single most significant experience of their lives and about three-quarters ranked it in the top 5″.
Pretty remarkable stuff. Even more remarkable is that a year later, the experience has “stuck:”
“Even at the 14-month follow-up, 58 percent of 36 volunteers rated the experience on the psilocybin session as among the five most personally meaningful experiences of their lives and 67 percent rated it among the five most spiritually significant experiences of their lives..”