Thanksgiving is coming and it’s a time intended for family and sharing gratitude together. According to two experts in the psychedelics industry, psilocybin can be the best way to expand your perception of life on the planet and open up your eyes to being more grateful. One veteran even said to The New York Times recently, it made him realize how important his family was to him.

Rob Grover and Gary Logan are the founders of The Journeymen Collective, the company creating luxury guided magic mushroom retreats in the mountains outside of Vancouver. They’ve hosted everyone from entrepreneurs and CEOs to athletes, performers, couples, and groups invested in the highest level of personal development and self-discovery. 

The pair have a combined 50+ years of education in spiritual and metaphysical training, executive level mindset coaching, energetic healing modalities, Alexander Technique lessons, and provide online courses/support calls preparing for and integrating the transformational retreat.


When asked if psilocybin can infuse more gratitude into our lives they said, “Through this sacred plant medicine we can tap into a greater perspective on our existence and more easily recognize the blessings we’ve been given. From these experiences there is also often a spark of passion and purpose for business, relationships, and actualizing our highest potential.”

Featured in Forbes, Bloomberg, Condé Nast Traveler, Marie Claire, FOX Business, and TZR, Rob & Gary are having a profound effect on the individuals enrolling in their retreats.

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Written by Jacqueline Chambers

Jacqueline Chambers

Jacqueline Chambers is the founder of TGIFguide. She uses her innate skills as a natural “connector” to serve businesses, brands and individuals in the LA area and beyond.