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Changing habits using microdosing psychedelic


Psychedelics are not a magic bullet, but they allow us to start seeing our world in new ways


It's also important to remember that psychedelics are not a magic bullet. They allow us to start seeing our world in new ways, but we still need to do the work ourselves. We must use these insights and apply them to our daily lives for them to be effective.


The best way to use microdosing psychedelics is by establishing a routine: take your supplement at the same time every day, without fail, even if it's inconvenient or you're busy (which will happen). It may also help if you keep track of how many days of each week you can stick with your routine — this will show improvement over time as long as you continue participating in it!


Create a new habit, but start small

The easiest way to create a new habit is by starting small. As you build up, you can gradually make it more challenging.


If your goal is achievable and measurable, then this will help you stay on track. Start with a reward system that works for you: whether it's giving yourself a pat on the back or doing something fun after each day of success! The key is consistency over perfection - it takes time to form new neural networks in the brain, so be patient!


Write down your progress every day

A key part of the microdosing technique is to look at your progress and see how you are improving. You can track your habits, moods, and sleep patterns every day and look back on them later.


It can be very motivating when you start to see improvements in your life! You might even find that sometimes just thinking about your changes will give you enough motivation to keep going. This positive feedback loop is important for helping us develop new habits.


It's also worth noting that small wins are good for building momentum over time without feeling overwhelmed by big goals like quitting smoking or losing weight (which can be harder than they seem). These small wins add up and give us a sense of achievement as we continue our journey toward our main goal.


Get a friend to help you

Another thing you can do is to get a friend to help you. This can be especially useful if your goal is to use microdosing psychedelics as part of a broader relationship or lifestyle change. If you're trying to improve your health, for example, it might make sense to set up regular check-ins with someone who cares about your well-being and will hold you accountable for doing what you need to succeed.


If that's not possible, however—or even if it is—you don't need someone else around to have the kind of support that helps people stick with new habits (including microdosing). In fact, simply tracking your progress can be helpful when it comes down to sticking with something over time: whether that means writing things down on paper or using an app like Habitica!


Neuroplasticity is the brain's amazing ability to adapt or change its structural and functional connections

Neuroplasticity is the brain's amazing ability to adapt or change, both its structural connections and functional connections. In other words, your brain changes accordingly when you learn something new or form a new habit. It's like the phrase "neurons that fire together wire together"—this process of creating new connections in our brains is called neuroplasticity.


As humans, we have the incredible power to change our brain structure and function through repeated use of certain neural pathways (pathways are just an organized pattern of neurons). Neuroplasticity allows us to create new ways of thinking—it helps us think more creatively and problem-solve more effectively.

When you learn something new or form a new habit through repetition, it creates chemical changes in your body, which then create physical changes in your brain structure and function! This means that every time we practice something repeatedly, we are literally changing the way our brains work for the better! Neuroplasticity turns out to be key for helping us live happier lives since having positive thoughts has been shown by research studies many times over as being one factor behind happiness (and therefore well-being).


Psychedelics can help you take the first step toward changing your habits by helping you get out of your head and into your heart.

Psychedelics can help you take the first step toward changing your habits by helping you get out of your head and into your heart. When we're in our heads, we tend to think about things from an analytical point of view, but when we're in our hearts, we tend to feel and sense things more deeply. In other words, experiencing a psychedelic trip is often about going from the mind to the body—and that can be incredibly helpful for breaking out of patterns that have been with you since childhood. You may notice that after using psychedelics for a while, it becomes easier for you to access parts of yourself that were previously difficult or impossible because they were so suppressed by fear and anxiety.


When someone uses psychedelics regularly over time (assuming they're doing so responsibly), they usually start feeling more connected with others around them—especially if other people are microdosing around them as well! This kind of interpersonal connection isn't just limited to interactions between friends; it also happens within romantic relationships!


Conclusion

What I've found is that there are a few key things that help. First, I think it's important to have a clear goal in mind. If you don't know what you want to achieve, staying motivated and going after your first setback can be hard. Second, start small! Even if it's just taking one step forward each day or week, this helps keep the momentum going until one day, all those steps add up into something big enough for us to not even recognize ourselves anymore. Thirdly (and most importantly), find someone who will help hold you accountable for staying on track with whatever process it is that they think will work best for them; whether this be another person who wants better habits too or just some kind of accountability system like an app which tracks progress daily so no matter how busy life gets there's always time left over at night before bedtime where we can check off another box from our list today :)

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