THE BIRTH OF PSYCHEDELIC CULTURE
Have you ever had a psychedelic experience? What is the first thought that comes into your mind when you hear the word Psychedelic?
The term ‘psychedelic’ was coined in the 1950’s by the British psychiatrist, Humphry Osmond. People take a psychedelic drug like LSD to experience distorted reality. It changes the way you think, expands the human mind and enhances its creativity level.
The term ‘psychedelic’ is not only related to drugs, and is often associated with psychedelic art and psychedelic music. The art, which is made of bright colors and animations, has deep meaning and will turn your world upside down. Music, made using different instruments and sound effects, will send you to a different world.
Psychedelic culture is still relatively fringe even though it has been around for half a century. It is rapidly growing now and making its way into everyone’s hearts.
here are millions of followers of psychedelic music and art. Students, hippies, artists and even saints love to listen to psychedelic music. The culture gives you the freedom to fall in love with the beauty of your brain as it opens up your mind and enables you to find yourself through music.
The beauty of psychedelic art and music makes you dance all night long. There are amazing artists that make wonderful music. The people of this culture find the spirituality and inner peace.
Psychedelic culture is not only about art and music. The trend of psychedelic fashion is growing too. People are crazy about dreadlocks, and a funky, colourful boho look.
We believe in words PEACE, LOVE, and FREEDOM. They believe in maintaining peace, spreading love, and that everyone should have freedom in their life. Psychedelic is beautiful. The music, art, fashion, people and the culture are beautiful, and that is what gives people the strength to explore and express themselves in ways they have never done before.