On July 26, 2022, Senators Cory Booker and Rand Paul filed an amendment to the Federal Right-to-Try law to force the DEA to allow the use of MDMA and Psilocybin for terminally ill patients. On the same day, the Biden administration announced plans for federal approval of the substances within two years.


Foundation Right to try

(Click to read Sen. Booker’s remarks)


While the federal Right-to-Try law for Psilocybin is still technically blocked by the DEA, Psilocybin has been legalized in the state of Oregon for therapeutic use and has been decriminalized in over a dozen major cities. By definition, decriminalization is the reclassification of a law such to the effect that they are no longer considered a crime or below a level worthy of prosecution. This allows the Sacred Foundation to provide facilitator training now to prepare end-of-life professionals for this emerging field of therapy.




It’s time to bring back a personal, mystical connection with the Divine, and the sacred use of altered states is a time honored path for doing so.