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.
Dr. Darcia Narvaez joins us on Adventures Through The Mind to explore how early life experiences shape our morality and culture in adulthood and the kind of early life that leads to human thriving—what she calls The Evolved Nest.
Akua Ofosuhene is on the show to discuss the role psychedelics can play in dismantling racism in society, by helping us learn to let go of the conditioned beliefs we are taught to hold about race in general.
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.
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.
What are heightened sexual experiences? How do we access them? How do they relate to our access to pleasure, multiple orgasms, and intimacy?
Dr. Douglas Tataryn joins us to discuss the Four Facets Of Human Transformation and how to navigate these facets towards a healthier life.
I was offered the very unique opportunity to talk about the role of psychedelic use within intimate relationships for the Beautiful Works In Progress podcast out of Tel Aviv.
Mel Cassidy joins us on Adventures Through The Mind to explore how their models of understanding and engaging human relationships apply to understandings and engaging our relationship to psychedelics, psychedelic healing, and psychedelic communities.
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.
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 video is a personal vlog entry following up one month since my 5th session with Kambo, done by my mate Pontinhos in London England on September 2, 2018.
We talk about purpose, podcasting, psychedelic culture, ‘awareness’, the responsibility of being a public psychedelic figure, living a meaningful life, hard choices, adulting, and, of course, the skill of suffering.
Here are my thoughts on how I build a personally meaningful Ceremony with Psilocybin, Magic Mushrooms without cultural appropriation.
Many people struggle with addiction their whole lives. Their story is one of (hu)man vs. addiction, and often, the story ends with addiction the victor. But what if that is not the way the story needs to be written? what is there is a way out that helps us suffering to reach into the root of our pain and find our love for life again?
Today’s guest is a man with a propensity to contemplate big questions around dying and a long history of being on the front lines of what he calls “the death trade”. Welcome, Stephen Jenkinson to Adventures Through The Mind.