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psychedelic

, psychodelic
1. relating to or denoting new or altered perceptions or sensory experiences, as through the use of hallucinogenic drugs
2. denoting any of the drugs, esp LSD, that produce these effects
3. Informal (of painting, fabric design, etc.) having the vivid colours and complex patterns popularly associated with the visual effects of psychedelic states

psychedelic

[‚sī·kə′del·ik]
(psychology)
Of, pertaining to, or producing a psychic state.
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I was never concerned with minimalism [per se] but I was very concerned with psychedelia and the psychedelic movement of the sixties as an opening toward consciousness.
Birth of a Psychedelic Culture: Conversations About Leary, the Harvard Experiments, Millbrook, and the Sixties" looks into a six year span where the psychedelic movement caught steam.
The innovative four-piece, founded as The Edgar Broughton Blues Band in Warwick in 1968, dropped blues from their name and sound to become pioneers of the emerging psychedelic movement in the UK.