Below is a sampling of research studies published in peer-reviewed journals related to the content taught in the Psychedelic Cervix Practitioner Training program. Links will take you to the abstracts of the publications; you can acquire the full text by purchase from the journal, free access through a university library that subscribes to the journal, or by direct request from the corresponding author via email.
Sexual pleasure enhances the immune system and can prevent the onset of cancerous tumors.
Social connection, intimacy is vital for the health of our bodies.
The cervix and brain are linked by the vagus nerve. Vagal functioning (measured by HRV) directly links to sexual arousal in women.
Subtle energy and the connection with consciousness.
Quantum entanglement between humans (important implications for human sexuality).
DMT, the hallucinogen molecule that naturally exists in humans.
Understanding the potential for sexuality requires us to understand that we are not just physical beings living in a material universe.
We are not just biochemical, we are made up of biophotons (light). Through conscious intention we can influence that light within us.
The light within us is linked to vagus nerve functioning (the brain-heart-cervix is linked by the vagus nerve in a woman').
Altered states of consciousness through female pleasure.
Endogenous DMT gives access to expanded consciousness.
DMT, the psychedelic substance within us - can produce mystical experiences.