Aaron Nesmith-Beck

Aaron Nesmith-Beck

Hi, and welcome to my site.

I’m a writer and entrepreneur most interested in psychedelics as a way to effectively do good.

I studied at McGill University (BA, ’14), then travelled for several years while blogging at Freedom & Fulfilment, which has now reached almost a million people worldwide.

More recently, I founded Atman Retreat, one of the first legal psilocybin retreats. Atman Retreat allows people to explore the transformative potential of psychedelics safely, legally, and in a setting designed to maximize their benefits.

I’m currently based in Toronto, Canada. I was previously a board member of Mapping the Mind, one of Canada’s largest psychedelic science conferences, and a volunteer organizer for Effective Altruism Toronto.

I also write a newsletter called Good Thought, which goes out to a few thousand people every month. Other interests include meditation, applied ethics, personality and transpersonal psychology, and nonduality.

Links:

Atman Retreat

Newsletter

Blog

Twitter

If you’d like to get in touch, feel free to email me at the name of this website at gmail.com. Thanks!

Aaron Nesmith-Beck

Aaron Nesmith-Beck

Hi, and welcome to my site.

I’m a writer and entrepreneur most interested in psychedelics as a way to effectively do good.

I studied at McGill University (BA, ’14), then travelled for several years while blogging at Freedom & Fulfilment, which has now reached almost a million people worldwide.

More recently, I founded Atman Retreat, one of the first legal psilocybin retreats. Atman Retreat allows people to explore the transformative potential of psychedelics safely, legally, and in a setting designed to maximize their benefits.

I’m currently based in Toronto, Canada. I was previously a board member of Mapping the Mind, one of Canada’s largest psychedelic science conferences, and a volunteer organizer for Effective Altruism Toronto.

I also write a newsletter called Good Thought, which goes out to a few thousand people every month. Other interests include meditation, applied ethics, personality and transpersonal psychology, and nonduality.

Links:

Atman Retreat

Newsletter

Blog

Twitter

If you’d like to get in touch, feel free to email me at the name of this website at gmail.com. Thanks!