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.
Bett Williams joins us to explore a number of issues facing the modern, politically switched-on, psychedelic person.
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.
David Grillot and Jonathan Glazer are the founders of #ThankYouPlantMedicine, a global wave of gratitude for psychedelics happening on February 20, 2020.
Amanda Siebert and I sit down to talk about what the science says about the pharmacology of the plant’s various components as well as the anecdotal uses of cannabis for bettering different areas of our lives, from sex to death. Of course, we also talk about the negatives, from cannabis addiction to cannabis hyperemesis syndrome.
I was recently welcomed into a Facebook Live interview with Marc Caron and Stephen Gray of The Spirit Plant Medicine Conference. It turned into…
I was interviewed for ‘Watters’ World’, a Republican news/comedy interview show on FOX. Jesse Watters, the host, interviewed me to discuss the decriminalization of psilocybin in Denver, as well as decriminalization and psilocybin in general. Here’s the story.
OZORA FESTIVAL 2018 HAD ME IN A VERY DYNAMIC STATE OF MIND! It was nice to have Joshua Bloom from Newtonian Shamanics catch a…
Patrick Kroupa is on the show this week to talk about peptides, anti-aging, and the complexities of health in the modern, toxic world.
What if a member law enforcement openly said that the laws and policing practices we have for addressing drugs in this society are not only ineffective but making the problem worse; that prohibition has failed and we need to quit repeated our mistakes and legalize, regulate, and control drugs?
Cannabis, aka marijuana, is amongst our first and oldest cultivated plants, it has been with us since the early years of civilization as we know it.
This sense of the possibility of radical transformation occasioned by psychedelics gives rise to a sense that psychedelics possess some sort of messianic promise or are inherently redemptive. This leads us to consider: should everyone take psychedelics?
I was invited to trialogue with Mike Brancatelli of Mkeadelic podcast and Ed Liu from Psychedelic Milk podcast. It was a supper fun interview, it…
When someone first smokes cannabis, and the conditions are right, something remarkable and concerning happens…
The history of drug prohibition and institutionalized racism along the coupled history of Jazz music from the early 20s, told through the stories of the musicians, political leaders, and poets whose lives are inseparable from that history.
We welcome Gay Dillingham to the April full moon edition of ATTMind Radio. Gay is an award-winning filmmaker and the director of Dying To Know: Timothy Leary and Ram Das.
Increasingly more so it has become obvious that the so-called Drug War is only making things worse and that prohibition may very well be the cause of the fatal drug problems we see in the modern world. It was great to get Emanual’s thoughts on this as a 20-year advocate for harm reduction.
Watch: Listen: The somewhat painful emergence out of the “Just Say No” fallacy of the Nancy Reagan DARE moment is underway at the cutting…