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What is M Cubed? The M is for micro. Why micro? We believe that big changes happen in small doses. In fact, change is always happening, slowly, and deepening your connections to these subtle shifts is a powerful way to create a healthy relationship with life's rhythms. What happens when you know your system, body, and mind so intimately that you can know when and as you are changing? How would that affect the way you treat yourself? This is what this course is built upon — gaining more connections, motivation, and insights into how you operate and empower your life.

Micro-states, Micro-skills, and Micro-dose:

We give you the understanding to know yourself in all these micro ways by understanding your nervous system, diet, sleep, and your brain chemistry. We give you skills to befriend yourself, feel safe and connected to grow effortlessly. We equip you with the knowledge to take empower yourself. When you participate in these micro ways it doesn't feel like you're taking on an insurmountable task, yet you experience great shifts. These three micro-practices are accessible, playful, and safe.

This course guides you:

  • A deep dive into the safe and effective ways to microdose with psilocybin.

  • Understand, befriend, tend to, and shape your Nervous system.

  • Integrate a healthier way of connecting with your physical and mental wellness.

  • Reinvent practices, like meditation and breathwork as skills you'll fall in love with

  • Access to experienced guides.


WHY Microdose?

Because not everyone is ready for or wants to have a large dose of psychedelics. The experience lasts a long time and isn't something you can do while functioning within your everyday business. Plus, the experience can be difficult to integrate into normal life without extra support and guidance.  

A small dose, aka a micro-dose, is sub-perceptual, which means the dosage is so small that it doesn't disrupt the way you function. It is gentle and with the proper dosage, there are no feelings of a psychedelic trip. In fact, if you feel like you're tripping, then you are not microdosing.

With microdosing, you can slowly experience the benefits of psychedelic medicines to support your daily life, growing in curiosity, clarity, and creativity.


Classical psychedelics mimic a serotonin receptor called the 5HTR2A. While most of the research has been on high-dose experiences, there is growing evidence that microdosing creates many of the same physiological and psychological benefits as large doses. Some of the benefits are neural plasticity, more neural signaling across the brain networks, and reduced activity in the default mode network (DMN) of our brains. The DMN is loosely connected structures in the brain that communicate with each other to help us function in the world.  Activity in the DMN is linked to mental processes like self-awareness, empathy, and thinking about the past or future. While baseline levels of DMN activity are totally normal, an overactive DMN often translates into negative thought loops, replaying memories, or listening to the little voice in our heads—it’s the biological basis for limiting beliefs, being in a rut, and “inside the box” thinking. The results of microdosing assist in seeing more possibilities, having more motivation, and creating new habits.

Microdosing (or any psychedelics) is like a tool to support transformation, much the way going to a therapist isn't necessary to grow, but certainly can help facilitate and expedite change. They are supportive substances (like a supplement, nootropic, or even medicine) that can create greater overall functioning. And they're safe. A 2010 study from the UK measured the harmful impact of many substances on both the individual and how it creates harm to others. The results were that psilocybin and LSD were the least harmful substances and alcohol was the most harmful. 

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Microdosing has the potential to create neurological openings for creativity and transformation.

Microdosers report a huge range of life-changing benefits, including:

  • Elevated mood

  • Reduced general and social anxiety

  • Eliminated symptoms of depression

  • Heightened focus and concentration

  • Increased creativity, openness, and curiosity

  • Greater self-confidence and motivation

  • Improved mental and physical energy

  • A deeper sense of connection and empathy

  • Sharpened mental clarity, memory, and problem solving

  • Physical enhancement (sharper senses, greater endurance, reduction of migraines)

(reported via Third Wave)



The subtle neurological shifts that may occur when you learn to befriend your nervous system will change the way you experience life. It's like turning the kaleidoscope and you see a whole new design, yet it is still created from the same stuff just oriented in a whole new way. You may become aware of something for the first time. These awakenings shift you out of the rigid mindset and fear-based thinking common to reactive responses, a.k.a, always trying to fix a problem. These awakenings reorient your mindset and offer creative ways to design something new. You get out of the repetitious cycles that have kept you doing the same thing over and over but expecting a different result. As Einstein says, We can't solve our problems at the same base level of thinking that created them. Microdosing assists this process of seeing new options.


The M Cubed Course encourages openness and curiosity. Curiosity softens the heart, relaxes the mind, and teaches the nervous system how to be more resilient in the face of change. When you choose curiosity over fear, you are training the nervous system to stay calm and relaxed. Curiosity inspires creativity. Creativity envisions the life you want and how to have it.

This course offers accessible practices that integrate the neurological changes and help think more divergently. You may see new opportunities and engage with a different mindset or vision. You may think beyond the box and innovate to arrive at a new outcome. Compare the difference in these questions:What is 2+3? versus What is 5? Divergent thinking makes things more interesting because you beome more interested.


The M Cubed Course helps turn your perspective and gives you tools to tend to these awakenings, explore them with a curious mind, and create a new framework for your desired life.


  • Weekly videos, audios, and PDFs to educate and guide you. These are easy to follow and access on any device.

  • A group microdose experience.

  • Weekly Zoom Coaching Calls - These calls will be recorded if you are unable to attend. Tuesdays 7-8 pm CST

  • Exercises and practices to connect to your body, mind, and soul.

  • Email availability to me to ask questions during the 5-week course

  • Resources for a lifetime

  • Potential discounts on future events or one-on-one coaching

The M Cubed Micro Course will educate you to: 

  • Gain the knowledge to safely choose how to schedule, dose, source, and maximize a microdose practice

  • Understand and befriend your Autonomic Nervous System through exercises from The Polyvagal Theory.

  • Learn and effortless and instinctive way to meditate that is repairs and restores the body.

  • Adapt new habits to build a healthy, sustainable, and empowered life.

  • Become your ally, and connect to your desires.

There is no requirement to microdose during the course, however, the option will be made available to everyone. Each week, you will receive new educational materials, meditations, breath-work practices, and coaching practices to help translate, integrate, and support the subtle awakenings that may occur. We will meet weekly as a community for a group coaching call with time to ask questions and process the collective experience together. All the resources and education are provided to get your started and keep you going long after the course ends.

The M Cubed Course does not offer medical advice or supply any illegal substances. Please speak to a health care provider if you have any medical concerns and always exercise caution and care. We provide research-based education and experienced guidance so you may make informed choices to live your most optimal life. The M Cubed Course provides valuable information and practices whether or not you choose to microdose. Always check your country's laws and regulations regarding illicit substances, and be safe and smart.


$420 (US) -
available in a 3-month payment plan ($150/month)



Mitchel Bleier 


Mitchel Bleier has been a leading educator and entrepreneur in yoga, wellness, and spirituality for the past 25 years. Mission-driven by his passion to elevate human potential, he has a vast knowledge base of science and the human body, as well as, a profound understanding of the healing arts. He founded Matrika Magazine, Yo-Fi Productions, Yogapata, The Yoga Teacher’s Lab, and currently collaborates as a lead teacher for Soul School with Seán Johnson. He has apprenticed under world-renowned yogis, scholars, and healers, and in addition, attended the University of Rochester where he studied South Asian religion and languages. Today, Mitchel utilizes all of his practices and skills in transformational and psychedelic integration coaching, or what he calls Soul Revelation Coaching. His coaching method combines proven practices that create a new way to approach and realize the results you desire, whether that is in relationships, work, health, or personal/spiritual connection. Mitchel currently lives in Chicago. He is a father and husband. He has been a certified yoga teacher since 1996. He has owned his own school of yoga since 2005. He is a certified Transformational Recovery & Psychedelic Integration Coach by Being True To You and is completing a certification from Third Wave in Microdose and Psychedelic Integration Coaching. He holds many other certificates and practices that inform his methodology.

"Microdosing isn’t actually about the medicine, it’s about the invitation to show up and make contact with the present moment. Microdosing becomes an invitation to deepen into an intentional daily practice."

— Laura Dawn