Dr. Adele Lafrance joins us to talk about the healing power that encountering love on psychedelics can have on our lives.
Rachel Harris, PhD joins us to talk about her new book, Swimming In The Sacred: Wisdom From The Psychedelic Underground.
We talk with author Sara Schley about bipolar as a spectrum and the different variations of bipolar disorder; why it is that so many people with bipolar are misdiagnosed and the issues this presents to those individuals and their families; major triggers for bipolar episodes and why medication isn’t enough to keep people stable; the self-care system Schley has developed for living with a bipolar brain; and how to support your friends/family that are in a bipolar crisis.
My top 3 favourite psychedelic sci-fi novels and what it was about them that I felt made them so psychedelic.
This episode will explore entactogens, which are drugs like MDMA, 2C-B, and Methalone. Our guest is Matthew Baggott.
Andrew Gallimore joins us to explore the brain’s perception of reality, the self-model, ego death, schizophrenia, and in using psychedelics like DMT to explore alternate worlds.
This episode explores the mescaline-containing cactus known as San Pedro, otherwise known as Huachuma. Our guest is Laurel Anne Sugden.
To use Jeronimo’s words from the interview you are about to hear, this episode explores “How to avoid harming people who have put themselves under your care”
Bob Wold from Clusterbuster.org joins us to discuss psychedelics as the most effective treatment discovered thus far for those suffering from Cluster Headaches
Transcript of a lecture will exporing the essence of compassion and how a lack of it is related to early childhood trauma and emotional repression. Furthermore, it will explore the potential of psilocybin in the resolution of emotional trauma and the cultivation of healthier relationships, as well as the potential of suffering as a necessary skill for being an adult
Dr. Tim Read joins us on the show to discuss the deep unconscious, complexes, being triggered, and why we need a new way to treat mental illness.
Today we feature another addition to our Psychedelic Café series. This time exploring what art means and what the meaning of art might become in a growing era of ai generated art-like images flooding the mindspace of humanity through consumptive digital media channels. Our guests are Autumn Skye, Simon Haiduk, Evan Bartholomew (aka Bluetech), Martina Hoffman, Chor Boogie, Dan De Santos, and Micheal Phillip.
Justin Townsend is the CEO and Head Facilitator at the psilocybin therapy retreat centre MycoMeditations. He is on the show for this episode to explore two topic themes: The business side of running a successful psilocybin retreat centre in the economic context of the modern corporate world without losing your ethics in the process, and the therapeutic framework and philosophy that MycoMeditations holds for their retreats and their guests.
Baba Masha MD joins us to present the results of her research into microdosing amanita muscaria mushrooms, the benefits and the risks, as well as what she learned about the ideal prepration and protocol.
Dennis McKenna, The Teafaerie, Chris Bache, Bruce Damer, Dank Duchess, Laurel Sugden, and Stephen Gray join us for this Psychedelic Café, guided by the question “What is the power and potential of psychedelics in navigating the many-orders of growing collapse that our planet is currently facing?”
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.