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Prologue – What is the reader’s initial perception of, and reaction to, psychedelic drugs? What are the reader’s first impressions of the subject as the narrative begins?

This work of non-fiction is, on some level, intended to challenge and perhaps reshape preconceptions that the use of psychedelics is as dangerous as government and social activists in the 1960's and 70's portrayed it to be. This question asks the reader to identify his or her own perspectives as the narrative begins in order to give a sense, as the book concludes, of whether the information it provides has changed perspectives or preconceptions at all.

Chapter One, Part 1 – What is the definition of a “spiritual awakening”? What does that experience involve? What changes about a person’s relationship with the world as a whole as a result of such an experience?

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