Kilindi Iyi: “Scientists are still stuck in the old paradigm”

Kilindi Iyi is the head instructor and technical advisor of Tamerrian Martial Art Institute. A world traveler and mycologist, Kilindi has presented on the subject of psilocybin around the globe. His exploration and research centers on the high dose psilocybin mushrooms. Kilindi shares information learned from many excursions into the hyper-dimensional and inter-dimensional realms through his direct experience with dosages in the 20 – 40 dried gram range of mushroom ingestion.

In his talk at BP 2018 titled “Infra Partical Intelligence AI and Psilocybin” Kilindi will explore the utilization of psilocibyn to examine the Quantum world, sharing his sojourn into these dark realms and his encounters with the super civilizations in the domains of the very, very small.

 

  1. How do you feel about the current situation around psychedelics?

I personally feel the situation around psychedelics is still in its infancy and still being extended from the 1960’s. The true pioneers in the field of psychedelics have still yet to emerge from the shadows to share their own personal experiences.  My reasons for saying this are that the emphasis of the current field of lecturers, scientists and clinicians are that they are still stuck in the old paradigm of medical research, harm reduction and integrating trips into the so called real world. In my opinion the experience itself in its raw state is what is fundamental to our growth as the human and beyond. These wonderful ancient compounds which can show us so much about who we are, and where we are going as a species, are not being fully addressed in their true and fundamental first purpose which is consciousness exploration.

  1. What do you consider to be the biggest challenges of the current psychedelic movement?

The biggest challenge in psychedelics is in letting the research that expands from the public domain be seen as credible without the need of credentials. The majority of the so-called experts have no degree in psychedelics so why should there take on psychedelics be any more valid than one who has done independent study and research without the validation of a degree.

  1. Do you think psychedelic experience (and/or altered state of consciousness induced by other means) should be compulsory part of training for mental health professionals?

I think anything in the realm of the mental should be required for mental health professionals. So they can advise their patients from a place of information instead of personal bias or prejudices.

  1. How do you envision the ideal society in terms of psychoactive substances and altered states of consciousness?

Decriminalization of all plants fungi and natural substances. That everyone convicted of so-called consciousness and plant crimes be released and compensated for the wrongs done them, as far as one could be compensated for the horror’s inflicted upon them.

  1. What do you consider to be the greatest benefit of psychedelics?

That it subjectively proves that death is an illusion and that there is more to life than the 3 dimensional 5 sense reality that we are embedded in while existing in so-called normal consciousness.