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.
Our guest for this episode of Adventures Through The Mind is Bob Falconer, whose work explores the intersection between IFS and psychedelics.
A.J. Bond—author of Discomfortable: What Is Shame and How Can We Break Its Hold?—joins us on Adventures Through The Mind to talk about what shame is, what it feels like, and how it impacts our sense of self and perception of the world.
What is the healing potential of expanded states? We explore this question during this episode of The Psychedelic Café on ATTMind Podcast
Charley Wininger joins us to talk about MDMA for couples, as well as MDMA for personal healing, spiritual awakening, and staying connected to the joy of being alive as we age into the winter years of our lives.
A somatic relational approach to psychedelic therapy attends to the healing process as one of remapping one’s interpersonal neurobiology through the relational dynamic between client and therapist, assisted by the profound states of consciousness psychedelics awaken within the client.
What lessons do our psychedelics experiences offer us in making sense of the global pandemic and all the crises that have come with it?
Dr. Douglas Tataryn joins us to discuss the Four Facets Of Human Transformation and how to navigate these facets towards a healthier life.
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.
We welcome Maria Papaspyrou to the show to discuss what Jungian Psychology has to say psychedelics in general and psychedelic integration in particular.
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.
James W. Jesso interviewed by Swedish political satirist Aron Flam for the DEKONSTRUKTIV KRITIK podcast
This episode is not just for men, nor just for anyone and everyone who interacts with men. It is for everyone. Hollis offers us some incredibly important perspective for each of us on what it means to grow up, to discover who we really are, and to live a life in alignment with our soul’s purpose.
Assuming we need to be saved at all, it’s unlikely psychedelic will be that savour, at least by result of just taking them. But I believe that there is a role psychedelic therapy will play in the positive transformation of society (If we are lucky).
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Originally titled “Psilocybin: A Spiritual Experience That Has The Potential To Unearth Your True Self” and published on Collective Evolution, Nov 29 2015 ~…