Alejandro Jodorowsky's new cinematic experience, 'Psychomagic, A Healing Art', explores the directors' radical therapeutic work. For Jodorowsky, many of our problems and neuroses come from barriers created by our society, families and culture, which stop us from being our true selves. For these reasons, he created Psychomagic, a therapy which helps people free themselves from these shackles in order to, in his words, "be oneself and not what others want to us to be". For many years this therapy for the unconscious has been practiced with striking results by psychologists and psychiatrists, whilst proving inspirational for artists and filmmakers. Now, with the film Psychomagic, Jodorowsky works directly with real, suffering people eager to solve their problems through the application of this transformative therapy. Filming with a small and passionate crew, Jodorowsky captures a heightened reality, both magical and healing, which strives towards a spiritual truth and lays bare the trauma of his subjects.