Jordan Gruber joins us for in-depth look at The Health Selves Model in comparison and contrast to The Single Self Assumption; why we mistakenly assume multiple selves to be pathological; how mental health is being in the right mind (self/selves) as the right time; and how we can start applying the healthy selves model into our lives today.
Belinda Eriacho joins us to explore the intersection of the psychedelic renaissance and ancient wisdom; connecting with our own ancestry; what indigenous people bring to the psychedelic renaissance and the problems created by their absence; and more.
Darcia Narvaez, PhD and Wahinkpe Topa (Four Arrows) join us to explore various precepts of the indigenous worldview—aka the kinship worldview—how we might restore that worldview in both our personal lives and the world at large.
Jahan Khamsehzadeh, Ph.D. joins us to explore the role both psilocybin specifically and fungi in general play in the evolution of life and consciousness.
Sara Ness joins us on Adventures Through The Mind to have a conversation about the art of conversation and its role in our relationships and vice versa. We also explore how play can help us develop and exercise our relational and conversational skills, specifically what are called Authentic Relating games.
Our guest for this episode of Adventures Through The Mind is Bob Falconer, whose work explores the intersection between IFS and psychedelics.
For this session of The Psychedelic Café we explore the question: Why Does Our Sense Of Connection Matter?
A.J. Bond—author of Discomfortable: What Is Shame and How Can We Break Its Hold?—joins us on Adventures Through The Mind to talk about what shame is, what it feels like, and how it impacts our sense of self and perception of the world.
Martijn Schirp of Synthesis Institute joins us on Adventures Through The Mind to wonder with us about the potential harms that will come from the profit-driven industrialization of psychedelics and psychedelic therapy; how we might safeguard the sacredness of psychedelics and people seeking psychedelic therapy against those harms.
Anna Lutkajtis and I speak about mediation; the adverse effects of meditation; where those adverse effects may arise from; the importance of meditation teachers having psychotherapeutic skills; the nerfing of spirituality; and why it is that Western meditation contexts not only generally lack an awareness and understanding of mediation adverse effects, but why those harms are seemingly actively and explicitly ignored.
This Psychedelic Café explores ethnopharmacology and the reconciliation of humanity with nature, featuring speakers from ESPD55 symposium.
Brian Blomerth joins ATTMind to discuss his two psychedelic history graphic novels Mycelium Wassoni and Bicycle Day.
Dr. Darcia Narvaez joins us on Adventures Through The Mind to explore how early life experiences shape our morality and culture in adulthood and the kind of early life that leads to human thriving—what she calls The Evolved Nest.
Noah Cebuliak joins us on ATTMind to discuss using astrology and tarot for the preparation and integration of our psychedelic journeys
Sky Otter (Bill Pfeiffer) joins us to talk about Deep Ecology, the problematic place we are in as a planet, and the profound healing potential still available to us, personally and collectively, through coming back into ecstatic communion and relationship with the Earth.
What is the healing potential of expanded states? We explore this question during this episode of The Psychedelic Café on ATTMind Podcast
Alex Dorr of Mushroom Revival joins us to talk about the regenerative power of mushrooms on both natural ecosystems and human health.
Jesse Gould of The Heroic Hearts Project is on the show to talk about Veteran PTSD, ayahuasca healing, & the military-industrial complex.
Dr. Monica Gagliano takes us on a deep dive into the results of her scientific research into plant intelligence. But also shares the profound impact of her personal encounters with the living intelligence of the natural world, and what those encounters have revealed about herself, about life, and about the murderous consequences of modern scientific training.