We feature Eve and Yaegon on the show to talk about the transformative power of music, theater and dance in the context of ancient technologies, mythology, and magic. We also share a thoroughly grounded discussion about cultural appropriation, the history of domination across cultures, the challenge of being a successful woman in a sexist industry, and the life-giving potentials of monogamous partnership.
We talk about purpose, podcasting, psychedelic culture, ‘awareness’, the responsibility of being a public psychedelic figure, living a meaningful life, hard choices, adulting, and, of course, the skill of suffering.
Matthew Pallamary joins us to talk about what he has learned over the decades about what it means to be a shaman as well as the complexities of shamanism in the troubling time of charlatan, appropriation, and abuse of power.
OZORA FESTIVAL 2018 HAD ME IN A VERY DYNAMIC STATE OF MIND! It was nice to have Joshua Bloom from Newtonian Shamanics catch a…
If a psychedelic / psilocybin ego death does not necessarily help us with our fear of dying, why does the research suggest that it does?