Psychedelics and the ethics of suggestibility
Why suggestibility is at the core of many ethical issues in psychedelic culture
Clients are more sensitive and more deeply vulnerable in these states than in ordinary states of consciousness. A therapist must be more vigilant not to impose her own values on the client. By asking leading questions, a therapist may be imposing her own values. By creating too focused a plan for the content of the extraordinary state session, or by ana…
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