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Microdosing Health Benefits

* A microdose is a sub-perceptual amount, usually one-tenth of a regular dose. 

Creativity:  Enhancing the creative process with alternative thinking, shifting perspectives, curiosity & openness.  

Focus:  Mindfulness, conscious awareness, increased engagement & attentiveness.

Energy:  Alertness, wakefulness & a higher vibration

Mood:  Happiness, a sense of calm & peace, reduced feelings of depression, optimism & spiritual insights.

Physiological:  Enhanced visual sense, cardiovascular endurance & improved sleep quality

Tips for Mindfulness when Microdosing

Microdosing is the practice of taking small amounts of psychedelic substances, such as LSD or psilocybin, to experience their benefits without the intense hallucinogenic effects. When microdosing, it can be helpful to cultivate mindfulness in order to fully benefit from the experience.

Here are some tips for creating mindfulness when microdosing:

1. Set an intention: Before you microdose, take a few moments to set an intention for the experience. This could be as simple as wanting to feel more present or more creative. Setting an intention can help you stay focused and grounded during the experience.

2. Find a quiet space: It can be helpful to find a quiet space where you won’t be disturbed during your microdosing session. This could be a quiet room in your house or a peaceful outdoor location. Removing distractions can help you stay present and mindful.

3. Practice deep breathing: Deep breathing can help you stay grounded and centered during the experience. Take slow, deep breaths and focus on the sensation of the breath moving in and out of your body.

4. Pay attention to your senses: When microdosing, you may notice that your senses are heightened. Take some time to really pay attention to what you’re seeing, hearing, feeling, and even smelling or tasting. This can help you stay present and mindful in the moment.

5. Practice meditation: If you’re familiar with meditation, it can be a helpful tool for cultivating mindfulness during a microdosing session. Try a simple mindfulness meditation, focusing on your breath or a specific sensation in your body.

6. Avoid distractions: While you’re microdosing, try to avoid distractions such as social media, TV, or other forms of digital entertainment. These can pull you out of the present moment and prevent you from fully experiencing the benefits of microdosing.

By following these tips, you can create a mindful microdosing experience that helps you stay present and connected to your surroundings. Remember to start with a low dose and always follow safe practices when microdosing.

The Mindful Architect Microdosing Practices

There are many ways to authentically connect with yourself through the communion of Microdosing medicines. In fact, the medicines are activating us to foster a deeper connection into the layers and subtle parts of ourselves that need to be seen, validated and loved.

I am offering you a series of practices that can support and resource your process of self therapy integration through mindful intelligence.


The Inner Tea Date

1. Find a comfortable space to sit or lay down.
2. From this spot, invite yourself to be still and connect to your breath by following the breath.
3. Notice what is arising within you at that moment. Perhaps it’s an image, sensation, thought, emotion, color, texture, memory, etc.
4. Tell yourself a bit more about what you notice and meet this part of yourself with wonder and curiosity. Avoid judgements or distinguish good from bad.
5. Bring your loving kindness to this part of yourself by filling your body with warmth, extending this warm loving feeling out into the space and allowing yourself to befriend this part of you.
6. Now you can bring your honest self to this part and PAUSE. What feels different in body, mind, what needs to be released or let go. Take some breaths to move whatever needs to move or move the body if that feels comfortable too. By coming into a deeper friendship with this part what actions or steps would be necessary after gaining this new awareness?


1. Light a candle and contemplate a word that comes into your field. How do you relate to this word? What meaning, feelings, thoughts, emotions and sensations arise when you say this word?
2. Take the time to go for a nature walk and aimlessly wander along. Try to not have an end goal to where you are going, what you are doing or if you are there to exercise. The practice is to just be as you are with no goal or intention.
3. Hold the medicine in your hand and offer your heartfelt gratitude to its spirit, for the health of your body, mind and soul. Give thanks for all that arises in the moment. Set an intention for yourself.
Practice meditating daily. This can be you sitting in silence or listening to a guided practice. Try to sit for a minimum of 10 minutes or more a day.