My top 3 favourite psychedelic sci-fi novels and what it was about them that I felt made them so psychedelic.
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
Jordan Gruber joins us for in-depth look at The Health Selves Model in comparison and contrast to The Single Self Assumption; why we mistakenly assume multiple selves to be pathological; how mental health is being in the right mind (self/selves) as the right time; and how we can start applying the healthy selves model into our lives today.
Belinda Eriacho joins us to explore the intersection of the psychedelic renaissance and ancient wisdom; connecting with our own ancestry; what indigenous people bring to the psychedelic renaissance and the problems created by their absence; and more.
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.
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.
I recorded several short, on location interviews during my travel through Europe in the summer of 2018. Most of them we shot at OZORA FESTIVAL, in Hungary. I had the amazing opportunity to be surrounded by the amazing psychedelic thinkers and researchers and I took that opportunity to ask them some questions. Three questions in fact.
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.
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.
This is a transcript of the interview featured in episode 90 of Adventures Through The Mind podcast.
Erik Davis, writer and host of Expanding Mind podcast, joins us on the show to share what he sees are the essential skills we need to navigate the chaos of a reality liquified.
James W. Jesso interviewed by Swedish political satirist Aron Flam for the DEKONSTRUKTIV KRITIK podcast
Christopher Bache and James Jesso explore the research and exploration that underpins Bache’s book Diamonds from Heaven: a twenty-year journey into 70+ high dose LSD experiences done with the explicit intent to map Consciousness.
We talk about floating (sensory deprivation tanks), psychedelics, my experience taking psychedelics while floating, as well as my thoughts on what the floating experience might offer the person.
OZORA FESTIVAL 2018 HAD ME IN A VERY DYNAMIC STATE OF MIND! It was nice to have Joshua Bloom from Newtonian Shamanics catch a…
If a psychedelic / psilocybin ego death does not necessarily help us with our fear of dying, why does the research suggest that it does?
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.
Comparing LSD to psilocybin is incredibly common, and understandably so. The subjective effects of these two molecules are remarkably similar in some ways, but they are also vastly different in many other ways.