Do some research and find some of the paintings that Huxley discusses, and talk about them as a class.
Give students certain topics from the text (drugs, psychics, etc.) and separate them into two groups to debate those topics.
Other Points of View
Have students write imaginative, detailed diary entries or letters from the point of view of other people in the text, for example Huxley's wife or the researcher.
Have students find newspaper clippings or magazine articles related to the text in some way. Students should be prepared to present these to the class and say why they are pertinent to the text.
Have students find examples of authors or artists not mentioned in the text who refer to having visionary experiences or helping others to achieve them and discuss these examples as a class.
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