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.
Anna Lutkajtis and I speak about mediation; the adverse effects of meditation; where those adverse effects may arise from; the importance of meditation teachers having psychotherapeutic skills; the nerfing of spirituality; and why it is that Western meditation contexts not only generally lack an awareness and understanding of mediation adverse effects, but why those harms are seemingly actively and explicitly ignored.
In this psychedelic café, we explore basic info about spiritual awakening and spiritual crisis; what they are, and what causes them.
What divine encounters with Oneness have revealed to Christopher Bache about what it will take for humanity to make it through global collapse into the future anew.
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.
James W. Jesso explores the similarities between the relationship between shaikh and dervish within Sufism and working Psilocybin Mushrooms As A Spiritual Tool
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.
Matthew Pallamary joins us to talk about what he has learned over the decades about what it means to be a shaman as well as the complexities of shamanism in the troubling time of charlatan, appropriation, and abuse of power.
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.
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.
The longer you walk the psychedelic path the more likely you are to watch that innocent twinkle fall tragedically from your eye and shatter everything you care about right in front of vulnerable mind, reducing you to weeping heap of pain, sadness, and grief.
The guest for this episode of the podcast is here to tell us how we can change our brains to change our lives and why it works. Welcome, Dr Rick Hanson.
Dimethyltryptamine: the legendary psychedelic; nearly impossible to find, but everyone seemed to have heard of it; it takes you to alienate dimension in fifteen seconds and brings you back within five minutes. That was all I really knew. I was intrigued at the first moment I heard of it.
Cannabis, aka marijuana, is amongst our first and oldest cultivated plants, it has been with us since the early years of civilization as we know it.
Here are my thoughts on how I build a personally meaningful Ceremony with Psilocybin, Magic Mushrooms without cultural appropriation.
I shot this little video for an event called The Summer Of Love 3.0. They wanted me to do a well-wishes and send off to a group of people about to dose Syrian Rue and Psilocybin Truffles. I had a 3 min time limit and decided to talk about Courage, Presence, and Freedom.
“There’s no such thing as a bad trip” is a concept that is rising in popularity among experienced drug users. However, I don’t subscribe to this concept. To me, there is such a thing as a bad trip and it is determined by how we choose to deal with an uncomfortable experience.
I knew this was going to be an opportunity of a lifetime, not only for myself but for you as well! There was a unique dynamic between us that morning and I knew I wanted to catch it for you. Enjoy!