Effect Index, which is currently under construction, is a resource dedicated to establishing the field of formalised subjective effect documentation. It is the home of the Subjective Effect Index (SEI), which contains 242 effect descriptions that exist to serve as a comprehensive map of all potential experiences that can occur under the influence of any class of psychoactive compound, particularly hallucinogens.
Visual EffectsAutonomous entity ⋅ Colour shifting ⋅ Drifting ⋅ Environmental patterning ⋅ External hallucination ⋅ Geometry ⋅ Internal hallucination ⋅ Symmetrical texture repetition ⋅ Tracers ⋅ Visual disconnection
Cognitive EffectsAutonomous voice communication ⋅ Conceptual thinking ⋅ Delusion ⋅ Ego death ⋅ Memory suppression ⋅ Mindfulness ⋅ Personal bias suppression ⋅ Spirituality enhancement ⋅ Time distortion ⋅ Unity and interconnectedness
These are scientifically-supported therapy principles and techniques designed to be easily understood by the general public. Even in the absence of hallucinogens, applying these skills to modify automated dysfunctional cognitive processes can be as effective as lone pharmacological treatments or the entire collection of cognitive behavioral therapy instruction.