Andrea Ens

“If a person doesn’t do something either useful or beautiful, then one doesn’t have any right to take the oxygen of people and the food of people.” These words were spoken by Laura Archera Huxley, lay therapist, researcher, and second wife of British intellectual and novelist, Aldous Huxley. She said this during a 1988 “Pioneers in Research Series” interview recorded as part of the Institute for Noetic Sciences’ Gathering of the Elders conference. This brief quote speaks volumes about Laura’s hardworking, ambitious character, as well as her broader perspectives on life, labor, community, and happiness: all crucial concepts related to her decades-long interest in psychedelic therapies… continue reading.

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