Paula (Lost in Translation) challenges bloggers to pick one or more of five words (accessible, amber, ambrosial, craggy, and hallucinogenic) and illustrate them in photos.
Hum…how about layers of intentional movement photography to illustrate hallucinogenic?
“Therapists in Canada will be allowed to possess and consume psychedelic mushrooms, said Canada’s Minister of Health Patty Hajdu. Earlier this year Canada approved the use of psilocybin mushrooms for some end-of-life patients, but did not say at the time whether therapists themselves could take the drug.
“‘Part of ensuring a very high-quality psychedelic treatment for patients is to ensure high-quality training for therapists,” the CEO of TheraPsil, a non-profit advocate of psilocybin therapy, told Marijuana Moment. “It’s greatly beneficial if therapists have had psychedelic therapy themselves.” He added that few “would advise going to a sex therapist who’s never had sex before.'”
cited: Mark Frauenfelder December 8, 2020 Canada’s Health Minister says health care professionals can consume magic mushrooms
Anyone wondering how they could escape this syndemic by crossing the border into Canada?
For the month of February Lost in Translation’s challenge is to match one or more images with five words: innate, protuberant, rectangular, interspersed, and fluorescent. Four of the five words are illustrated within these goat’s beard images while two of the three are rectangular.