Living in Gabon for 50 years, Tatayo was the first westerner to be initiated into the Bwiti Fang iboga tradition. He joins us on Adventures Through The Mind to discuss what he has learned about Bwiti after living in Gabon and working with iboga.
Carlos Tanner, director of The Ayahuasca Foundation, shares with us what he has learned about healing childhood trauma with ayahuasca.
Robert ‘Rio’ Hahn, founding father of amazonian ethnobotanical fieldwork, presents an explorer’s mindset for psychedelic journeys.
Each a leader in the field of psilocybin therapy and medicine, Francoise and Rosalind are on the show to talk with each other about psilocybin for depression, trauma, dying; as well as integration, the role of community in getting the most out of our psychedelic experiences, why the depression comes back after psilocybin therapy, and the challenges of being a woman in psychedelic research.
Greg Kieser is on the show to explore a hypothetical future where society is led by Super Aware Intelligence Machines as a framework to talk about systems thinking, supersystemic thinking, idea ecologies, the two cognitive impediments that prevent humanity from solving the largest problems it faces, and where psychedelics are sewn into the mix.
What lessons do our psychedelics experiences offer us in making sense of the global pandemic and all the crises that have come with it?
In 2017, Andrea Bird received her terminal diagnosis. In December of 2018, having no experience with it up to this point, she received underground psilocybin-assisted psychotherapy to grapple with the challenge of dying. She is on the show for this episode to share her psilocybin story publicly for the first time.
Dr. Douglas Tataryn joins us to discuss the Four Facets Of Human Transformation and how to navigate these facets towards a healthier life.
Maria Balaet is on the show to talk about the impact of psychedelics on memory processing, the neuropharmacology of memory, the interplay of memory and personal consciousness, and the ethics of memory modulation with psychedelics.
Jerónimo M.M. joins us on the show to discuss the cultural issues we are presented with insofar as integrating psychedelics into the mainstream of the Western World of the Global North.
5-MeO-DMT and breath work facilitator Chad Charles joins me to discuss Leo Gura’s Outrageous Experiments In Consciousness–30 breakthrough 5-MeO-DMT trips in 30 days, at increasing doses, in isolation.
Dr. Oliver Grundmann joins us on Adventures Through The Mind to talk about Kratom. We discuss its traditional cultural use, legal history, pharmacology, modern cultural use, preparation best practices, its benefits and its risks, and how to safely start using kratom.
Dr. Frank Anderson joins us on Adventures Through The Mind to explore the Internal Family Systems model of therapy and its perspective on the nature of mind, trauma, “triggers”, and the symptoms of mental illness.
Francoise joins us on Adventures Through The Mind to discuss the Mazatec mushroom tradition and her decade-long journey bridging ingenious wisdom with the western traction while appreciating under traditional mushrooms curanderas.
Patrick Kroupa and I share an off-the-cuff conversation about COVID-19 and the pandemic’s impact on our personal and collective lives.
The Dank Duchess is on the show to discuss hashish, from what it means and how its made to why it matters in the modern cannabis market. We also discuss the ongoing impact of cannabis prohibition on black culture in the united states; harmful trends in the modern cannabis culture; and the power of hashish (and cannabis in general) to bridge our social divides and lay foundations for a better world.
Dr. Sam Gandy is on the show to explore the observation that psychedelics increase nature-relatedness and what that means for the climate crisis.