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.
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.
Jennifer Dumpert joins us on the show today to offer an introductory primer on the hows and whys of liminal dreaming, the differences between liminal dreaming and other forms of dreaming, as well as the cross-applicable skillsets shared between dream-tripping and psychedelics.
Bernhard Guenther joins us on Adventures Through The Mind to talk about the ‘topic of all topics’, the hyperdimensional ecology of entities that influence human life. Furthermore, he takes a deep look at the actual legitimacy of psychedelic ‘healing’, and its potential dangers insofar as false dawn syndrome, spiritual bypassing, and entity attachment or possession.
James Oroc’s first book, Tryptamine Palace, is a quintessential read for those interested in psychedelic philosophy. It presents his theories on reality, God, quantum mechanics and 5-MeO-DMT that are present in Tryptamine Palace. In this interview, we scratch the surface of those theories but advance beyond the Tryptamine Palace and explore the topics of his most recent book, The New Psychedelic Revolution — the rich history of visionary art, modern festival culture, the rising popularity of 5-MeO-DMT, and his psychedelic philosophies on the nature of mind.
We are now officially at 75 years of humans tripping LSD!!! To celebrate, I made this video talking about why LSD has been so meaningful to my life. I also share one of my favourite trip stories.
The guest for this episode of the podcast is here to tell us how we can change our brains to change our lives and why it works. Welcome, Dr Rick Hanson.
I knew this was going to be an opportunity of a lifetime, not only for myself but for you as well! There was a unique dynamic between us that morning and I knew I wanted to catch it for you. Enjoy!
We welcome French cultural anthropologist and philosopher Martin Fortier on the show for this episode to discuss his research into how culture influences cognition. His current PhD research project consists of exploring the interplay between neurobiological processes and culture in hallucinogenic experiences. His main fieldwork is located in Shipibo communities of the Middle Ucayali, in the Peruvian Amazon.
What is Consciousness? Is it unique to human cognition or is it universal and permeating all things? Is it an epiphenomenon of brain activity or a universal constant? Do all things ‘have’ consciousness or are they ‘of’, ‘in’, or ‘by’ consciousness? Who and what are we, humankind, in the grander process of Consciousness itself? What is the nature of this whole “Reality” game?
Kilindi Iyi has come along and dismantled the concept of five dried grams as an apex of psilocybin intensity with his regular use of 30+ dried grams of psilocybin mushrooms…. 30 dried grams of psilocybin mushrooms, an ultra-high dose psilocybin experience.
Outlining a modern framework for spirituality and where psychedelics fit as agents of spiritual development. (Lecture followed by Q&A)
THE INAUGURAL EPISODE OF WHAT I IMAGINE WILL BE A PODCAST TO RECKON WITH. DAN CLELAND, THE MAN BEHIND PULSE TOURS, HAD ME ON HIS SHOW TO TALK ABOUT PSILOCYBIN.
That which we experience as reality is the epiphenomenon of a conditioned psyche, operated in congruence with the ‘physical’ organs of the body, rendering inherently meaningless sensory data into a meaningful experience.
Exploring the fundamental nature of reality and the role psychedelic drugs within electronic dance music environment can play as cognitive enhancers for self-awareness. It discusses meaning-making, perception, self-awareness, consciousness expansion, spirituality, and the connections between shamanism and electronic music.
We will examine moving from complicit behaviours in systemic racism, environmental racism that could be examined and confronted with consciousness and heart-centered accountability, particularly in the above cultures. Ultimately we will look at how to center and support indigenous-led front lines that need us to stand together for the water and future generations in Standing Rock and all lands and waters threatened by corporate greed and governments.
Chris Bennet joins us on the show to talk about the role Cannabis played in the early Abrahamic religions as the fabled Kaneh Bosm. Clearing up very old misinformation and carrying us from the historical origins of humilities relationship to Cannabis all the way the the pending national legalization of Cannabis in Canada. A wealth of extremely interesting and transgressive information, Bennet has got something special ATTMind Radio.
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