mind-expanding

[mahynd-ik-span-ding]
adjective
heightening perceptions in a hallucinatory way: mind-expanding drugs.

Origin:
1960–65

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mind-expanding
 
adj
(of a drug such as LSD) causing a sensation of heightened consciousness; psychedelic

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mind-expanding adj.

  1. Producing intensified or distorted perceptions; psychedelic.

  2. Producing an increased perceptive awareness.

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