Aaron Rodgers psychedelics led to my best season 

Aaron Rodgers psychedelics led to my best season

Aaron Rodgers claims that his current NFL supremacy is the result of a psychedelic trip he had in South America. He claims that the ayahuasca plant helped him have the “greatest season of my career” and enhanced his mental health.

Ayahuasca, which includes DMT, has been used for millennia and is often credited by users for providing spiritual healing.

The Super Bowl champion claims it’s not a “coincidence” that he won his next two MVP titles after returning from South America in 2020 and 2021. He also wants to dispel myths about ayahuasca use.

On the “Aubrey Marcus Podcast,” Rodgers said, “I believe there are a lot of misconceptions and tales around it.”

The negative framing of it is that that is the experience, not the profound and important and insane mind-expanding possibilities and also deep self-love and healing that can happen on the other side. “The fear surrounding it is that you’re going to s*** yourself; it’s just a huge throw-up fest,”

According to Rodgers, his first goal in having the first encounter was to discover what pure love feels like, and it was successful.

He said, “I had a magnificent experience with the sense of a hundred distinct hands on my body thanking me with love and forgiveness for myself and thanks for my existence from what looked to be my ancestors.

The 38-year-old Rodgers claims that after having a negative encounter with mushrooms, he decided to try ayahuasca, and as a result, he now has a different outlook on life.  to have far more freedom at work, as a boss, a coworker, a friend, and a partner. I firmly believe that experience helped me have the finest season of my professional career.

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