NeuroSoup - About Us

 

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Mission:

NeuroSoup contends that through the use of the many consciousness expansion tools currently in existence (including spirituality, entheogens, lucid dreaming, meditation, yoga, and sensory deprivation, among others), people can grow spiritually to realize their full potential. Aiding people as they walk down this path of consciousness exploration is NeuroSoup's primary goal. Since many people use psychoactive substances to produce consciousness expansion through altered states of consciousness, NeuroSoup also hopes to aid in harm reduction by educating people about the positive and negative aspects of all drugs, whether they are legal, available by prescription, or illegal. Another goal of NeuroSoup is to aid in addicted individuals' recovery by providing online self help drug and alcohol rehab resources.

 

Objectives:

1. Provide full list of all known entheogens, entactogens, psychiatric drugs, stimulants, inhalants, and sedatives with pictures, descriptions, and research studies that evaluate the full spectrum of the positives and negatives of use.

2. Fund and support research studies that will further empirical knowledge about the spiritual use of entheogenic substances and the use of entheogens to treat addictions.

  • Mescaline Containing Cacti User Survey (Approved by the IRB of Washburn University - Fully Funded by NeuroSoup)

3. Provide an online informational library of all the past and current research regarding the medical applications of entheogens.

  • Journal Articles are linked throughout the site where they are relevant

4. Provide a section with special focus on the diagnosis and treatment of HPPD.

  • Hallucinogen Persisting Perception Disorder (HPPD)

5. Collect, analyze, synthesize, and report on people’s experiences with consciousness expansion through the use of entheogens.

6. Provide a section on preparing for and integrating entheogenic journeys to help with harm reduction.

  • The NeuroSoup Trip Guide

7. Provide a place where people can gather and learn from each other.

  • Members Only Area
  • NeuroSoup's Psychedelic Book Club
  • NeuroSoup's Trip School

8. Provide a section with educational materials on the various world religions.

9. Provide a section on natural ways to alter consciousness including spirituality, entheogens, lucid dreaming, meditation, yoga, and sensory deprivation, among others.

10. Provide a section on drug and alcohol addictions treatment to help with harm reduction.

11. Get People to write articles for NeuroSoup. This will enhance the overall learning experience and provide variety.

  • Writers are needed - Find out more...
  • Please donate to support the purchase of more articles

 

Founder:

Krystle Cole is a published author and the founder of www.NeuroSoup.com.

 

NeuroSoup on YouTube:

Krystle Cole - Administrator

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NeuroSoup on MySpace:

Krystle Cole - Administrator

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NeuroSoup on Twitter:

Krystle Cole - Administrator

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NeuroSoup.com Fan Site on Facebook:

Brett Lothian - Administrator

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People that have Submitted Articles, Research Reports, Interviews and/or other Content to NeuroSoup:

(this list does not include the members only area contributors)

Krystle Cole

Dean Empty

Janine Rodiles

Nobleman Nash Hollowhill

Lester Grinspoon, M.D.

Andrew Sewell, M.D.

John Halpern, M.D.

Rick Doblin, Ph.D.

Rick Strassman, M.D.

Thomas B. Roberts, Ph.D.

Dr. Ben Sessa

Arron B.

Dan Abshear

Mandela Shabazz

Dawoud Kringle

Andrew Gannon

Ash Agony

 

Volunteers:

We would like to thank those that have volunteered. Your help has been greatly appreciated.

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