Acacea Lewis joins us to talks about Kilinidi Iyi the value (and risks) of high dose psilocybin experiences as a form of martial arts.
Rachel Harris, PhD joins us to talk about her new book, Swimming In The Sacred: Wisdom From The Psychedelic Underground.
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
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.
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.
Martijn Schirp of Synthesis Institute joins us on Adventures Through The Mind to wonder with us about the potential harms that will come from the profit-driven industrialization of psychedelics and psychedelic therapy; how we might safeguard the sacredness of psychedelics and people seeking psychedelic therapy against those harms.
Mason and Ramaekers are on the show to discuss the effects of psilocybin on creativity and the role creativity plays in mental health.
I was recently interviewed on the Living Mirrors podcast, hosted by Dr. James Cooke. We spoke about the power of psilocybin mushrooms to heal…
This lecture will explore 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.
TherPsil is a coalition dedicated to fighting for the rights of Canadians to access psilocybin-assisted therapy for the terminally ill
Bett Williams joins us to explore a number of issues facing the modern, politically switched-on, psychedelic person.
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.
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.
My lecture from Breaking Convention 2019 on how psilocybin can help us become whole people, trustworthy partners, and healthy citizens.
James W. Jesso explores the similarities between the relationship between shaikh and dervish within Sufism and working Psilocybin Mushrooms As A Spiritual Tool
Psilocybin mushrooms guide us into a state of increased emotional awareness, and in doing so, are able to bring us into a direct encounter with the shadow.
Dr. Rosalind Watts joins us on the show to help breakdown and better understand the nuances of the psilocybin for depression trials she leads at Imperial College London, and the new trials she is currently leading.
David Krantz and I talk about how our unique genetics influence our metabolism of cannabis (nutrigenomics) and the resulting impact of cannabis use on our epigenetic health. Furthermore, we reach into a discussion on how the same framework of understanding applies to our metabolism of psychedelics and the potential future of a genome-specific screening program for psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy.
Bruce Sanguin is not an armchair advocate for this work, but a man that has learned from his own healing with psychedelic medicines. Along with a structural discussion on his model for healing childhood wounds and the potential of psychedelic therapy to help to process along, he shares his personal story of how his childhood wounds led him to the Church, how healing them required leaving that church behind, and how psychedelics help him learn to love again.