Psilocybin- connecting to the Creator God/Goddess

In the story of people’s search for a connection with something greater than themselves, there’s a fascinating chapter about Psilocybin. It’s a unique substance found in certain mushrooms that has been used by many to feel closer to what some call the Creator God/Goddess. This blog post is like a journey into the magical world of Psilocybin. We’ll explore how it can be a bridge that helps people connect to a higher power. Get ready to discover the mysteries of Psilocybin, from how it affects our minds to its importance in different cultures. It’s a blend of ancient traditions and new science – Psilocybin: Connecting to the Creator God/Goddess.

Overview of Psilocybin

Psilocybin, the fascinating compound found in certain mushrooms, has a natural origin and has been used by various cultures for centuries. These mushrooms, often referred to as “magic mushrooms,” contain Psilocybin, which interacts with our brains to create altered states of consciousness. Scientifically, Psilocybin is known to bind to serotonin receptors, influencing perception, mood, and cognition. Recent research explores its therapeutic potential, particularly in mental health treatments like depression and anxiety. This compound is intriguing for scientists as it opens avenues to understand altered consciousness and its impact on our well-being.

In the context of connecting with the Creator God/Goddess, Psilocybin has been historically associated with spiritual and mystical experiences. Indigenous cultures and ancient civilisations have used psilocybin-containing mushrooms in religious ceremonies, believing that it facilitates a connection to the divine. Individuals often report a sense of unity with the universe, encounters with benevolent entities, and a dissolution of the ego during psilocybin experiences. While the scientific community studies the psychological and neurological aspects, many users describe a deep and personal connection to a higher power, aligning with the spiritual dimensions.

The Historical Perspective

Many indigenous cultures have integrated psilocybin-containing mushrooms into their spiritual ceremonies. In Central America, the Aztecs referred to these mushrooms as “teonanácatl,” or “flesh of the gods,” highlighting their divine significance. Similarly, indigenous tribes in the Amazon rainforest have a long history of using psilocybin-containing mushrooms in Ayahuasca ceremonies to commune with spiritual entities and gain insights into the nature of existence.

Contemporary Explorations: Psilocybin’s Influence on Spiritual Experience in Scientific Research

In recent decades, scientific interest in psychedelics has experienced a resurgence, leading to a wealth of research on the effects of Psilocybin on the brain and consciousness. Studies conducted at institutions such as Johns Hopkins University and Imperial College London have explored the therapeutic potential of Psilocybin in treating conditions like depression, anxiety, and PTSD. Alongside these therapeutic benefits, researchers have also observed the profound spiritual experiences reported by participants during psilocybin sessions.

For a long time, people have been using Psilocybin in religious practices. However, we don’t know much scientifically about its long-term effects. In a recent study, we looked at some of the psychological effects of a high dose of Psilocybin over 14 months. The study involved 36 adults who were new to hallucinogens but regularly participated in religious or spiritual activities.

Participants were given either Psilocybin or methylphenidate (a comparison substance) during sessions where they were encouraged to close their eyes and focus inward. After 14 months, 58% and 67% of participants rated the psilocybin experience as one of the five most personally meaningful and spiritually essential experiences of their lives. Additionally, 64% said the experience increased their well-being or life satisfaction, and 58% had what was considered a ‘complete’ mystical experience.

Analysing the data, we found that the intensity of the mystical experience during the session strongly correlated with the high ratings of personal meaning and spiritual significance reported at the 14-month follow-up. When we compared various measures of personality, mood, quality of life, and spirituality from the beginning to the end of the study, only the scale measuring mystical experience showed a noticeable change.

In simpler terms, when Psilocybin was given in a supportive setting, it led to experiences similar to naturally occurring mystical experiences. These experiences, even after 14 months, were considered by participants to be among the most meaningful and spiritually significant moments of their lives. It suggests that, under the right conditions, Psilocybin could play a role in creating powerful and spiritually effective experiences.

Psilocybin’s Impact on Consciousness

Psilocybin can change how our minds work by interacting with brain receptors, especially the 5-HT2A receptor. This interaction sets off a series of effects, like seeing time and space differently, having more intense senses, and feeling more connected to everything around us. These effects are why people who take Psilocybin often talk about having deep and mystical experiences, feeling like they’re one with the universe, and even meeting divine beings.

Components of Psilocybin-Assisted Therapy – during spiritual practices

Connecting with God through psilocybin therapy involves getting ready by thinking about what you want to experience and creating a positive mindset. The treatment happens in a safe and supportive space, guided by people who help you feel comfortable. During the experience, practices like meditation help you focus on your feelings and thoughts. The goal is to have unique and meaningful moments, feeling connected to everything and maybe even meeting God. After the session, talking about and understanding these experiences is essential to bring the insights into your everyday life. These different parts work together to make a unique environment for a deep and meaningful connection with God.


Psilocybin – A Gateway to Spiritual well-being

Psilocybin, found in certain mushrooms, has been reported to contribute positively to spiritual well-being in various ways. Here are some aspects of how Psilocybin may help enhance spiritual well-being:

  1. Altered Perception and Connection:

Psilocybin is known to alter consciousness, leading to changes in perception and a heightened sense of connection. Many individuals who have experienced Psilocybin describe feeling a profound connection to the world around them, nature, and even a sense of unity with the entire universe. This altered perception can foster a deeper understanding of interconnectedness, contributing to a sense of spiritual well-being.

  1. Mystical Experiences:

Psilocybin is associated with inducing mystical experiences, characterised by a sense of transcending ordinary reality and encountering a profound, divine presence. These experiences often include feelings of awe, wonder, and a sense of being in the presence of something greater than oneself. Such encounters can lead to a deepening of spiritual beliefs and a greater appreciation for the mysteries of existence.

  1. Ego Dissolution:

Psilocybin has the potential to induce ego dissolution, a phenomenon where the boundaries between oneself and the external world blur. This dissolution of the ego can lead to a profound sense of unity with others and the universe, breaking down the barriers that often separate individuals from their spiritual understanding. Ego dissolution is thought to contribute to a more open and expansive spiritual perspective.

  1. Increased Openness and Acceptance:

Individuals who undergo psilocybin experiences often report an increased sense of openness and acceptance. It can manifest as greater acceptance of oneself, others, and the broader aspects of life. By breaking down psychological defences and barriers, Psilocybin may pave the way for a more compassionate and spiritually attuned mindset.

  1. Facilitation of Introspection:

Psilocybin can enhance introspective abilities, allowing individuals to delve into their thoughts, emotions, and beliefs more deeply. This thoughtful journey can lead to a better understanding of one’s spiritual values, personal growth, and a realignment of priorities, contributing to an improved sense of spiritual well-being.

  1. Emotional Release and Healing:

The psychedelic experience facilitated by Psilocybin often involves the release of suppressed emotions and memories. This emotional catharsis can be therapeutic, allowing individuals to confront and heal from past traumas or unresolved issues. The process of emotional release can contribute to a sense of spiritual well-being by promoting inner harmony and emotional balance.

  1. Long-Term Positive Effects:

Research indicates that the positive effects of Psilocybin on spiritual well-being can extend beyond the acute psychedelic experience. Individuals often report lasting improvements in their mood, outlook on life, and spiritual beliefs, suggesting that the benefits are not merely temporary but have the potential for enduring positive changes.

 It’s essential to note that while many individuals report positive effects on spiritual well-being, the use of Psilocybin should be approached with caution and respect and in a controlled, supportive setting. Additionally, individual experiences may vary, and more research is needed to fully understand the mechanisms and long-term implications of Psilocybin on spiritual well-being.


The Role of Ritual and Intention

 Many individuals who embark on psilocybin journeys emphasise the importance of setting a clear intention and incorporating ritual into their experiences. Whether guided by ancient traditions or personal beliefs, practices provide a framework for individuals to navigate the psychedelic space and cultivate a sense of reverence for the experience. The intentional use of Psilocybin as a tool for spiritual exploration underscores the significance of approaching these journeys with respect and humility.


Embark on a path of Spiritual Connection: Explore Psilocybin Therapy with Meehl Foundation.

 Discover the transformative potential of psilocybin therapy at Meehl Foundation. Our expert-guided sessions offer a unique opportunity to explore the realms of spiritual connection and delve into the mysteries of the Creator God/Goddess. Whether you’re seeking personal growth, introspection, or a profound encounter with the divine, our compassionate team is here to support you on your journey. Take the first step towards a deeper spiritual understanding and visit our foundation to learn more about the transformative possibilities of psilocybin therapy with our services. Your spiritual awakening awaits.



Psilocybin’s journey from ancient ritualistic use to modern scientific exploration has opened new avenues for understanding the profound and transformative experiences it can induce. The connection to a Creator God or Goddess, reported by many individuals, highlights the substance’s potential to transcend cultural and religious boundaries, offering a universal pathway to spiritual exploration. As research and public awareness progress, the conversation around Psilocybin’s role in connecting with the divine will undoubtedly continue to evolve, shaping the future of both psychedelic science and spirituality.