So I have this lady friend, we go a little ways back. We dated in high school, my sophomore year, her junior. As relationships do, this one eventually fizzled out, but we've kept up with each other and and there's definitely mutual respect. She moved away for college, studying to be a psychologist (*important fact to remember: shes a psych major*) and since then its basically we see each other whenever we happen to see each other... so communications are on a low is what I'm getting at. Well shes always been against drugs. Dead set against them, she's a very hard headed individual. She's also Brazilian (anyone here ever date a Brazilian? then you know...) and she goes back to her motherland relatively frequently. Well long story short, because I think I've hit all the important bits, one day I sent her a message on the Facebooks asking her what she may know about Ayahuasca. Come to find out, her and her family are devout followers of Uniao do Vegetal, "vegetal" standing for Ayahuasca. This girl, who is solidly anti-drugs, drinks Ayahuasca religiously. By now we've exchanged a couple of long notes about this. I've been trying to express to her the clear logical fallacy of being against drugs but using Ayahuasca to find god. I've tried to appeal to her intelligence by briefly alluding to human behavior and culture and I even flat out told her that her religion is holding her back on her quest for truth. I guess what I want to do is help her see the world from another perpsective. I know that I don't know whether or not shes right or wrong or if I'm right or wrong but I do know that I'd attend a UDV ceremony at the drop of a hat and listen to their side of the story and I know that puts me one step ahead of her. How can I lead her outside the box? Any wise words of advice from the crowd?