Jada Pinkett Smith’s Ayahuasca Journey: What She Learned and How It Changed Her Relationship With Son Jaden Smith. Jada Pinkett Smith Opens Up About Her First Ayahuasca Experience with Son Jaden Smith.
Jada Pinkett Smith says that her son, Jaden, “opened up a whole new world of healing” by introducing her to ayahuasca.
Jada Pinkett Smith says that her son, Jaden Smith, put her on to ayahuasca which “opened up a whole new world of healing.” Speaking with PEOPLE for a new interview amid the release of her memoir, Worthy, Jada explained that she overheard Jaden and his friends discussing the positive benefits of ayahuasca.
“When Jaden came to me that day and he’s like, ‘Mom, you got to hear this. My friend’s dad, he had this experience. I need you to come in here and listen.’ I’m like, ‘I’m there. What is it?’” she recalled. From there, she revealed that the ayahuasca experience “opened up a whole new world of healing,” which she is “so grateful for.”
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Prior to using ayahuasca, Jada says she was struggling with her mental health. “While I was really living the dream, I hit a huge wall — a massive amount of depression,” she explained. “I think that I looked at having outside sources to supplement for the voids that I was feeling inside.” At points, she even battled with thoughts of suicide. “I started looking for places, cliffs where I could have an accident, because I didn’t want my kids to think that their mother had committed suicide,” she said.
Jada Pinkett Smith On Her Mental Health
Jada Pinkett Smith Mental Health is important to Jaden. Jada has been making all sorts of headlines in recent weeks as she promotes her new book. Will Smith finally reacted to the various statements in an email provided to the New York Times. The outlet paraphrased his comments, saying Jada’s interviews “kind of woke him up.” He added that “she had lived a life more on the edge than he’d realized. She is more resilient, clever and compassionate than he’d understood.”