This website is intended to be a safe haven for those who are interested in and practicing therapy facilitated by the use of psychedelic agents. Because the use of such agents is highly regulated in many jurisdictions, there are a number of protections built into this website to allow practitioners to share and discuss information – safely, securely, and anonymously.
Our website host is prq.se – a Swedish web hosting company fiercely committed to freedom of speech issues, host of Wikileaks, and former host The Pirate Bay. IP addresses are not logged, and no personally identifying information of any kind is collected, stored, or exchanged. In addition to the security protections built in to this website from our end, we also provide information and guidance on simple measures you can take on your end to enhance your personal security. The intention is to provide the most secure, anonymous communication platform possible to allow for free and open dialogue and exchange of information that, up to this point, has been kept hidden and underground.
There are dozens, perhaps hundreds of practitioners all over the world who are using the healing properties of psychedelic agents with clients to great effect. Presently, however, there is no repository for the information being learned, and there is no meeting place for individual practitioners to share their hard-earned knowledge. The wheel is being reinvented hundreds of times all over the world. Because this work must, at present, remain secretive, and the practitioners must remain anonymous, there is no way for information, techniques, or insights to be shared with others doing the same kind of work. Whatever progress is being made cannot be disseminated. Whatever knowledge is being gained remains undisclosed and unpublished.
This website is a groundbreaking step toward the establishment of a web-based repository and center for learning and teaching psychedelic psychotherapy. This website is intended to be a home for professionals, researchers, and practitioners to share hard-earned knowledge, skills, experience, and techniques in a field that, even though it offers incredible potential for hope and healing for people who are desperately seeking it, is largely inaccessible, and marginalized by mainstream society.
We hope you will take a look around. The JourneyWorker’s Guide is only the first draft in what is intended to be a much greater collaborative project, the contributions of many practitioners, all offering their own hard-earned knowledge for public benefit. Your input and your participation in this laudable project is most welcome.