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“Ayahuasca allowed me to ‘reconnect’ with my mother and understand the reasons that led her to commit suicide”

Ayahuasca is a “non-specific adaptogenic tool”, so its forms of action are versatile and virtually infinite. One of them has to do with its ability to “resolve unfinished business”, for example, when a sudden death occurs and many things remain unsaid between the deceased and his or her relatives. This is the case of a 29-year-old woman suffering from complicated grief who managed to reduce her grief symptoms thanks to ayahuasca and the integration of the experience with the ‘restorative retelling’ technique, developed by the psychologist Robert A. Neimeyer...

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Could Ayahuasca Be the Best Grief Counsellor?

During the Covid-19 pandemic, millions of people have lost a loved one. In addition, many of them have not even been able to say goodbye or hold funerals, given the restrictions imposed by the health authorities to stop the transmission of the virus. In these circumstances, the prevalence of complicated and unresolved grief is incalculable and may become chronic in the long term. An innovative study, led by psychologist Débora González and promoted by the Fundación Beckley Med – the Spanish branch of the Beckley Foundation – proposes ayahuasca as a vehicle for accessing a deeply meaningful...

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