Microdosing with Psychedelics is Good for You

Microdosing helps us find our Gods and forge closer relationships with them. Simply put, it is spiritually beneficial for humans to microdose with psilocybin. 

Microdosing with psychedelics also positively impacts humans on both a physical and mental level. Scientific studies show that the spiritual, physical, and mental benefits occasioned from psilocybin exposure are long lasting. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5756147/ 




Medical research reveals that psilocybin exposure causes important and influential positive mystical experiences for humans. People who microdose talk frequently about being more connected to something bigger than human. One of the most remarkable properties of psilocybin is its ability to produce persisting positive psychological changes in healthy volunteers for many months. My personal experience over several years during which I have been working with the microdosing community, backs these medical findings. While microdosing with psilocybin, I have become a happier person, who generally leads with kindness and feels much more connected to the Universe and other people. Other microdosers and Church of Our Earth members report similar feelings and speak of an overall sense of spiritual renewal.





There is no doubt that exposure to psychedelics are good for our physical brains. Psilocybin exposure promotes neuroplasticity and neurogenesis, two incredibly important states for the human brain. Neuroplasticity, the brain’s malleability, is essential for learning, memory, recovery from neurological insults, as well as adapting to life experiences. Studies show it increases after psilocybin exposure. Reports also show that psychedelics directly stimulate neurogenesis, the process by which new neurons are formed in the brain. 






Medical study after study shows that psychedelics, like psilocybin, LSD, and the DMT-containing beverage ayahuasca show great potential to improve treatment-resistant depression and treat addiction, mood and anxiety disorders. These substances induce cognitive, antidepressant, anxiolytic, and anti-addictive effects. It is thought that these mental changes arise due to biological changes which occur after psychedelic use and are similar in action to conventional antidepressants or the rapid-acting substance ketamine, but the mechanisms are not fully understood. Regardless, the clinical improvements which arise in mood disorders after psychedelic exposure lasts for months or even years.


Implications from medical studies play out in what I have seen on the front lines of microdosing; Church of Our Earth Members over 70, who are microdosing with psilocybin, report feeling “sharper” and “energized,” as well as having more stamina.