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Reishi and Leia drop in at Finca AMRTA in Costa Rica to discuss favorite herbs & fungi and how they impact our consciousness, particularly synergy of non-Psychedelic plants and fungi paired with entheogenic plants and fungi. Reishi also speaks to the techniques of microdosing and offers critical commentary on the popular “Stamets Stack”. We close t…
 
Galia Tanay Ph.D., comes on the show to share about her life's journey from imagination and exploring the mind, depression, meditation, higher education in psychology, and the wisdom she gained along the way. Topics discussed are the mental health system / medical model, and its narrow concept of what is acceptable; Galia's realization that "being …
 
Nova Scott-James (she/her and they/them) is a filmmaker, innovation doula and community organizer from Harlem, NYC. Her childhood experiences of being flooded with the sounds and culture of jazz has impacted her creative aesthetic greatly as her work honors improvisation, altered states of consciousness, ritual and collaboration. Nova is also a rei…
 
In this episode, Mareesa speaks about her consciousness journey, rebelling against her born again Christian background and finding revelation and answers through psychedelics at the age of 19. She discusses what followed, including Gaia TV series "The Healing Powers," Lucid News and the Psychedelic Orientation Series, film projects and journeys tha…
 
Could psychedelics bring about the social healing and political disruption we need in the face of a planetary emergency? We live in a time when predatory economics and the Western world view have largely failed us, bringing on the Sixth Mass Extinction and climate collapse. Leonie explores how indigenous communities are the keepers of an ancient kn…
 
Raven aka Rhonda Raven returns to The Psychedologist to talk about disability inclusion in the plant medicine and psychedelic world. In this episode we discuss: how Raven came into disability work through the international back door of environmental advocacy; how the disability community is global and domestic, just like the psychedelic world; the …
 
An expert in the pharmacogenetics of the endocannabinoid system, David is best known for developing a proprietary genetic test that helps people understand their unique and individual response to cannabinoids. He was nominated in 2019 as a Top 100 Health innovator by the International Forum For Healthcare Advancement. A biohacker by training and ar…
 
A lawyer by training, and an intuitive and healer by nature, Rhonda Raven is an advocate and mediator for disability rights, civil rights and human rights. She is also an intuitive healer, energy worker, musician, shamanic practitioner, consultant and coach. She provides vision, clarity, intuition and guidance in all that she does. Links: http://ww…
 
Yael Flauder worked as a Waldorf Steiner primary school teacher in the south of France for a few years before moving to Mexico while she was pregnant. She became a midwife after her daughter was born, and currently works at Nacer Natural, with Betina Flores Ochoa and Guadalupe de la luz Blanco, two wonderful midwives. Yael is part of Parteria and S…
 
This episode includes a conversation with Kitty Sipple about psychedelic accessibility, the gatekeeping of madness, their experiences of healing with the help of psychedelics, and DID (dissociative identity disorder). Kitty is a disabled, white, queer, non-binary femme. They are in their final semester at The University of Minnesota in Minneapolis,…
 
Laura Mae Northrup is the creator and host of the podcast Inside Eyes, a series that explores the use of entheogens and psychedelics to heal sexual trauma. She is a practicing psychotherapist and educator. Her work focuses on defining sexual violence through a spiritual and politicized lens and supporting the spiritual integrity of our collective h…
 
Special Episode! Leia gets in the hot seat with Adam Kretz of Humanities Engaged. Adam Kretz is a student at the University of Minnesota Morris studying Psychology and Philosophy. He is a member of the Minneapolis Psychedelic Society and founder of their Philosophy discussion groups. You can check out his podcast, Humanities Engaged. Shownotes and …
 
This episode includes a conversation with Teresa Mycelia who helped with Denver's (successful) initiative to decriminalize psilocybin mushrooms, and a conversation with Nicolle Greenheart and Carlos Plazola who are part of Decriminalize Nature Oakland. Links: https://www.psymposia.com/magazine/10-reasons-to-end/ http://ballotpedia.org http://decrim…
 
Danielle Negrin of the San Francisco Psychedelic Society comes on the show to talk about the SFPS and its current events, including the Psychedelics and Recovery support group. website: psychedelicsocietysf.org email: Psychedelicrecovery@gmail.com FB: Danielle Negrin, Psychedelic Recovery Insta: @entheogenicrecovery Insta: @connectwithd Insta: @psy…
 
Cape Town-based science writer and author Leonie Joubert has spent 17 years writing about climate change, energy policy, invasive species, and the hunger/obesity poverty-paradox in African cities. She’s now focusing o the likely decline in mental health as communities face the existential threat of societal breakdown and climate-capitalism collapse…
 
Sea Glassman is a visionary performance artist, director, playwright, painter and conceptualist whose belief in the better and infinite nature of humanity makes for lots of talking to strangers and fallings down rabbit holes. She is on her 14th of 50 Living Rehearsals of a new original rock opera and hopes to tour in 2019. She is in development on …
 
In this episode we talk about the three (actually 4) rules of conflict, the ARC of conversation, the psychedelic movement and approaching conflict as an opportunity for transformation, the drug war, police stops and rights, the prison strike in summer of 2018, and Duncan's podcast and website, Fractal Friends. Links: Fractalfriends.us…
 
Jessica Petrone, LPC, has a passion for the natural world and a heart for being helpful. She has been lucky in her path to find the field of Ecopsychology, through which she has been able to blend her worlds of interest into her work as a Holistic Clinical Mental Health Counselor, Ecotherapist, and Psychadelic Integration coach.…
 
Is there a such thing as a "bad trip"? How can I handle a difficult psychedelic experience? Listen to this week's episode with The Psychedelic Integration Coach and founder of PsychedeLiA: Psychedelic Experience Integration, Los Angeles, Sherree Malcolm Godasi, M.A. Learn more about Sherree and monthly events: psychedelicintegrationcoach.com…
 
Mitchell Gomez, Executive Director of Dance Safe and a passionate advocate for reality-based drug policy, comes on the Psychedologist to talk about legal matters, harm reduction, the drug war, MDMA dangers and myths, NBOMes, reagent testing, and Dance Safe. Links: http://www.mdmathemovie.com/ https://dancesafe.org/ http://www.festivallawyer.com…
 
Daniel Sitaramdas comes on the Psychedologist to talk about Integration and our 6 week intensive online course coming up this September, 2018. Tam Integration’s 6 week Integration Online Intensive is designed to create a powerful container for people with emerging spiritual visions. The six sessions will offer group members an opportunity for commu…
 
Inti García Flores, a Mazatec from Huautla de Jiménez, is a researcher of Mazatec culture, a graduate in History, and a teacher of secondary schools in the region. He is the son of Renato García Dorantes who, during his life, carried out research and publications of the Mazateca. He currently belongs to the Group of Audiovisual Archivists of Oaxaca…
 
On this episode of The Psychedologist, Brendan joins the show to talk about Cluster Busters, a non-profit research and educational organization dedicated to researching treatments that show promise for reliable, effective and long term relief from cluster and related headaches. Brendan lives in the hills of western Massachusetts surrounded by famil…
 
In this episode we talk about different psychedelic substances and how they work on the brain and body. Jake is a paramedic with 4 years experience, first aid and mental health first aid instructor, and harm reductionist. He is currently studying addictions and mental health to expand his knowledge and advance his skill set.…
 
Trigger warning: this episode briefly mentions suicide. Permaculture, the state of the psychedelic movement, diversity is intelligence, ableism and counter-indications of psychedelics and the gray areas of psychedelic use for people with mental conditions, cultural and religious tolerance, patriarchy, suicide and my radical idea about cognitive lib…
 
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