Chris Kilham joins us on Adventures Through The Mind to explore yoga, cannabis, and yoga and cannabis. We also explore the spirit of cannabis, psychedelics in general as a part of spiritual practice, and the dangerous pitfalls of spiritual narcissism and delusions that arise from all spiritual practice, and especially insular spiritual communities.
Psilocybin Mushrooms Are Not A Tool. Here are my thoughts on the language of “tool” that is often used in the modern discourse on…
Shelley and Charley Wininger join us to tell a story of great loss, one that provides the context to wonder about the potential of group MDMA experiences for grief and the recently bereaved, as well as questions about death and dying, feeling safe to be vulnerable, and the profound healing of togetherness in times of great loss.
Casey Schwartz, author of Attention: A Love Story, joins us talk about her journey with Adderall addiction; how social media technology influences our attention and behavior; internet reactivity and mob “justice”; psychedelics and their impact on attention; the deeper philosophy of what attention is; and why attention matters.
Our guest for this episode is Stephen Jenkinson and, with him, we will wonder about wonder and inquire–with wonder–about wisdom, prejudice, language, Mystery, generational truancy, the plague, and inquiry itself.
Amanita Dreamer is on the show to talk about her story of healing from panic and anxiety with the amanita muscaria mushroom.
Danny is on the show to talk about his book Science Revealed, and the failures of our scientific institutions and their unreliability as proxies for sensemaking reality.
Mason and Ramaekers are on the show to discuss the effects of psilocybin on creativity and the role creativity plays in mental health.
Antwan and Leor are two of the authors of the research paper “Relational Processes in Ayahuasca Groups of Palestinians and Israelis” and are on the show to talk about that research and the complexities of conflict and conflict-resolution it explores.
In this psychedelic café, we explore basic info about spiritual awakening and spiritual crisis; what they are, and what causes them.
Pierre Bouchard is on the show to talk about somatic therapy, the traumatic roots of depression, and the role ketamine-assisted somatic psychotherapy can play in healing that trauma, and thus the depression it produces.
What divine encounters with Oneness have revealed to Christopher Bache about what it will take for humanity to make it through global collapse into the future anew.
Healing the brain and nervous system with neurofeedback therapy in conjunction with both traditional and psychedelic psychotherapies.
Benjamin Malcolm joins us on to explore and compare the pharmacological actions of antidepressant psychotropics with the actions of the classical psychedelics, ayahuasca, MDMA, and ketamine.
Akua Ofosuhene is on the show to discuss the role psychedelics can play in dismantling racism in society, by helping us learn to let go of the conditioned beliefs we are taught to hold about race in general.
Charley Wininger joins us to talk about MDMA for couples, as well as MDMA for personal healing, spiritual awakening, and staying connected to the joy of being alive as we age into the winter years of our lives.
Alexander Beiner joins us on Adventures Through The Mind to discuss the rise of psychedelic capitalism, its impact on the culture, and the risk of us losing something promising if we get swept up by various narratives for-profits models are seeding into our minds.
A somatic relational approach to psychedelic therapy attends to the healing process as one of remapping one’s interpersonal neurobiology through the relational dynamic between client and therapist, assisted by the profound states of consciousness psychedelics awaken within the client.