Integration is the ongoing work of incorporating the lessons learned during your journey into your day-to-day life, and it is through conscious integration that your experience will become a life changer. 

General Tips

Immediately after your journey I recommend using the next 16-24 hours to rest, reflect on and journal about your experience, listen to music or the session recording (if you made one), or take a walk outside. I recommend against consumptive behavior such as reading, watching TV, or getting on the internet. Eating will ground you, and fasting will prolong the effect.

In the days following, plan some time off. Avoid, or bring more awareness to, your normal routine. Give yourself a few days off to relax and reflect on your experience.

Surround yourself with supportive people with whom you can discuss your experience, such as at my weekly Integration & Information Group Coaching Call. Please refer to the Integration Resources section below under for a useful integration workbook as well as other helpful information.

For additional support, particularly if you are unable to make it to the weekly call, I encourage you to book a 1-on-1 consult after your journey. If you are wishing to talk about something that is troubling you or that you are needing help with, please text me anytime. I am happy to schedule a call with you. You can also find references to 3rd party licensed mental health professionals below.

It is important to note that while you will certainly feel positive results after one journey, MAPS and John Hopkins trials, as well as my own experience, show that maximum effects are generally achieved with 2-3 journeys spaced 1-4 months apart.

Integration Resources

Certified Mental Health Professionals

If you are looking for ongoing support from a third party certified mental health professional who is savvy to this work, you may wish to contact the practitioners in this list. This list is not meant to be an endorsement of any of these professionals. Please talk with them and use your own discernment to determine who is right for you.