Darcia Narvaez, PhD and Wahinkpe Topa (Four Arrows) join us to explore various precepts of the indigenous worldview—aka the kinship worldview—how we might restore that worldview in both our personal lives and the world at large.
For this session of The Psychedelic Café we explore the question: Why Does Our Sense Of Connection Matter?
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.
Danny is on the show to talk about his book Science Revealed, and the failures of our scientific institutions and their unreliability as proxies for sensemaking reality.
In this psychedelic café, we explore basic info about spiritual awakening and spiritual crisis; what they are, and what causes them.
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.
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.
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.
Dr. Sam Gandy is on the show to explore the observation that psychedelics increase nature-relatedness and what that means for the climate crisis.
David Grillot and Jonathan Glazer are the founders of #ThankYouPlantMedicine, a global wave of gratitude for psychedelics happening on February 20, 2020.
Chad joins us to talk about the problems present in the worldwide culture of 5-MeO-DMT and where the establishment of a Standard Of Care amongst facilitators might help address those problems.
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.
This video explores what I got out of my attendance to 2018 The International Death Symposium in Toronto, Ontario.
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?
Paul Austin is also a microdosing expert and microdosing coach. He joins us on the show to talk all things microdosing, as well as the role microdosing will play in the integration of psychedelics into the modern world through increasing psychedelic literacy.
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).