Mindfulness can be therapeutic for your mental health. Discover ten easy things you can do to boost your well-being.
Here are five key books that share compelling ideas on the science, history and the life-changing potential of a psychedelic experience.
Explore the many benefits of taking psychedelics in a collective group retreat, including a boost in mindfulness, well-being and connection.
We’re proud to welcome expert medical doctor, psychotherapist, and clinical psychiatrist Dr. Tim Read to Synthesis as the new Lead Supervisor.
When Sibren took a psychedelic journey, he didn't know what would happen. Discover what a psilocybin retreat is like, and how it changed his view on life.
Hello! Lotte here, I’m the Lead Chef at the Lighthouse. Here are five delicious and healthy recipes from our kitchen, perfect for the winter months.
Dive into the latest research on how psychedelics can boost your connection with nature, your well-being and your propensity for pro-climate living.
Synthesis welcomes Tero Isokauppila to support the strategy and development of our fast-growing psilocybin retreat startup. Read more here!
How did Terri’s introspective trip in the Lighthouse help her face her fears and boost her creativity? Read her heartfelt story and watch her interview to find out.
In the past 10 years, scientists around the world made remarkable progress in investigating the therapeutic potential of the psychedelic compound psilocybin.
Which seven factors influence a psychedelic experience, and how do our retreats at Synthesis support these?
Take a look at the evidence suggesting that different psychedelics could boost neurogenesis, improving areas of cognition and reducing depressive symptoms.
“There is only one corner of the universe you can be certain of improving, and that’s your own self.” - Aldous Huxley. How does a guided psychedelic trip increase your connection with yourself?
This DW documentary film features an inside look inside a Synthesis Retreat and follows the journey of a man who microdoses LSD, with life-changing results.
Rosalind Watts is the Lead Clinical Psychologist at Imperial College London’s Centre for Psychedelic Research, and has been pioneering research in the therapeutic potential of psilocybin.