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Jim Harris, pictured here in Fruita, is vocal about his positive experience with psychedelics after a paralyzing accident in 2014. He’ll speak at the Aspen Psychedelic Symposium on Friday, May 31, 2024.
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Following months of physical therapy, a dose of psilocybin mushrooms helped Harris make progress in his recovery — and find a new sense of perspective. He’ll speak about his experience at the Aspen Psychedelic Symposium on Friday.
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