Kaya 959 Reporter
The Red Table Talk recently had an informative topic on the use of psychedelic drugs, also known as magic mushrooms!
On the recent episode Jaden Smith joins his mother, Jada Pinkett Smith, and grandmother, Adrienne Banfield Norris, for a no holds bared conversation on psychedelic drugs commonly used by many people across the world.
They also speak about the health benefits of psychedelic drugs.
In the episode, Adrienne Banfield Norris (Gammy,) whose only experience with psychedelics was recreational and never “fun,” explains that her hesitation with getting reacquainted with the plant medicine is rooted in her previous relationship with Jada’s father.
“I just know that he did a lot of experimentation with psychedelics and it led him to the path of other drugs that led to his addiction,” she explains. “So at the end of the day, that’s always in my mind.”
Jaden spoke about how he started using psychedelic drugs it out of curiosity, and doing so led to his understanding of what ego was “for the first time.”
“It was always in my head talking, telling me what I was and what I wasn’t,”
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Jaden also spoke about how he enjoyed moments when his self-identity is completely lost.
“That was the moment that really changed me. You get to a place where you are blocked by something, whether it’s a trauma or your emotions or ego, not being able to express yourself.
“Psychedelics are a way to tear down that wall and see what is beyond it.
“Doing it guided with people who are professionals really increases the chances of having that mystical experience.”