This week’s episode features an interview with Mark Wolynn. Mark is a leading expert on inherited family trauma. He is also the director of the Family Constellation Institute in San Francisco where he trains clinicians and treats people struggling with depression, anxiety, panic disorder, obsessive thoughts, self-injury, chronic pain, and persistent symptoms and conditions.
We have him on the show to talk about the science behind medicinal mushrooms, how to work with them, and how to do so without getting ripped off by hype marketing in the natural health product industry. We also get deep into the discussion on vibrational medicine and how mushroom essences can help us unearth and heal the dark wounds of the soul.
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Yet another interview with me, this time via End Of Days.
This was actually a live broadcast, which is always interesting. It was pretty late for me that day, and I wasn’t caffeinated… also I didn’t now much about Michael or his show and I was a bit uneasy with his questions at first. So I may have been a bit confrontational. Maybe not? You tell me.
As a part of my commitment to this work, here I offer to you a recording of one of the lectures I gave in 2016 during my European tour. It was recorded in July at KOSMOS Festival in Finland. I had an amazing time at that festival and I highly suggest experiencing it if you can.
(This lecture is release pay-what-you-can, so if you can, please contribute. Thanks <3 )
Psilocybin provides the opportunity to explore a very novel state of consciousness, increasingly attributed with high levels of psychological and spiritual significance. In particular, it is being attributed to catalyzing powerfully transformative changes in those using it. There is a solid discussion on the various qualities and characteristics of the psilocybin experience within the academic community, but a coherent model of the psychology of psilocybin specific to the process of positive personal transformation is lacking. This presentation presents such a model, developed out of personal experience and extensive study.
Exploring Consciousness: The Work Of James W. Jesso