“Listening to Ecstasy: The Transformative
Power of MDMA”
by Charles Wininger
Now here’s a fascinating personal narrative covering the author’s journey of discovery when it comes to how MDMA can revitalize one’s mental health, personal relationships, and more from the perspective of a trained therapist. This licensed psychoanalyst and mental health counselor does a wonderful job of documenting the experiences shared with his wife when it comes to further exploring just what MDMA has to offer in terms of mental health benefits. Let’s crack this one open and see what we can learn about beneficial MDMA usage from this
About the Author
Author Charles Wininger is a veteran mental health counselor and a licensed psychoanalyst who possesses a genuine passion for contributing to the lives of others via mental health and
seems quite ardent when it comes to spreading his message regarding the benefits presented from proper MDMA usage. Charles considers himself to be an avid psychonaut (psychedelic explorer) and has been a licensed psychoanalyst for over 30 years and lives in the New York area with his wife. His appreciation for what MDMA has to offer has been a huge factor and motivation when it comes to his work, writing, and other endeavors as he sees it as a way to help change the world for the better one person at a time.
Finding the unique narrative style between personal experience combined with the expertise of a mental health professional makes for a rare book indeed. A few things become quite evident quickly here; the author is very knowledgable when it comes to the topics at hand, he is very passionate about the potential benefits of MDMA, and that this book was not put together on a sudden whim or with minimal effort. Everything from the authors owns introduction to the personal observations regarding MDMA sessions, MDMA usage tips and protocols, and all the way through to the notes and resources provided at the end reads as though the author were striving to convey just how much of a benefit this can be to so many people.
It’s not every day that you get to peer into the mind of an MDMA-oriented psychoanalyst with years of experience as a mental health advisor so this book has unique value and insight to
offer right off the bat. If you’ve been curious about exploring MDMA usage, then this book would make for an excellent jumping-off point as a legitimate professional writes it with years of experience who seems to possess a genuine passion for helping others to live better lives from the inside out. The balance between personal anecdotal experience coupled with the expertise of a licensed psychoanalyst makes for a potent combination that seems much more trustworthy than other comparable titles.
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