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June 18, 2010

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June 18, 2010

MAPS is leading the way into the future of psycho-medical treatments with relevant and coherent psychedelic research that can be scientifically proven and empirically validated. Funded as a non-profit organisation and backed by a highly qualified and dedicated team of fellow human beings - all of whom are compassionate and understanding towards people undergoing P.T.S., psychological distress from terminal illnesses, migraines, and other debilitating ailments - they do their utmost to ensure that anyone undergoing a psychological affliction is given every chance to re-intergrate back into a healthy and vibrant mode of living without being crippled or impaired by unnecessary and prolonged medical treatments. Without this essential work into the psychological benefits of psychedelics, modern medicine may well linger far too long in a false Cartesian dualistic understanding of mind and body: one that sees these two essences of a human being as discreetly separate from one another, to be treated independently of each other... Rather than seeing a more accurate representation of the mind and body as monism than heals itself interdependently. This is probably the most important medical research being conducted in our time. MAPS needs you... And, believe it or not, you need MAPS! So donate today and support the future of this sustainable and highly effective medical treatment... Wake up and see it all for what it really is... The key to our well Being!

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their knowledge about psychedelics and their desire to help provide those undergoing difficult psychedelic experiences with safe zone to recuperate and come in safely in.

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2010

June 12, 2010

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Review from Guidestar
June 12, 2010

Thus far I have only been able to help MAPS monetarily, but the information that they have provided me with has been invaluable. I am a professional in the medical field, and I, like many of my colleagues, believe whole heartedly in the potential of psychedelic science to cure disease and enrich lives. MAPS is a well run, forward thinking organization that deserves whole-hearted support.

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Expanding public awareness of psychedelic research and the potential for 'non-conventional' methods of curing disease.

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When was your last experience with this nonprofit?

2010

June 11, 2010

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Review from Guidestar
June 11, 2010

MAPS has consistently achieved progression in utilising the natural capacity of the mind to enhancing its potential that was previously thought improbable, all through proven scientific endeavour. It is leading the way in research clarifying therapeutic substances and techniques that will ultimately be of great use for helping return people to a healthy state.

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The use of the collection of research to guide my work.

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2010

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