In this episode, my guest is Robin Carhart-Harris, PhD, distinguished professor of neurology and psychiatry at the University of California, San Francisco. He is one of leading researchers in the study of how psychedelics such as psilocybin, LSD and DMT can change the human brain and in doing so, be used to successfully treat various mental health challenges such as major depression, anorexia, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) and addiction. He explains how psilocybin induces sustained changes in adaptive brain wiring and cognition. We discuss the key components of safe and effective psychedelic journeys, the role of hallucinations, the use of eye-masks to encourage people to “go internal,” and music, as well as what effective therapist support consists of before, during and after the session (also known as integration). We discuss micodosing vs. macrodosing and how researchers control for placebo effects in psychedelic research. We also discuss the current legal landscape around psychedelic therapies. Psychedelic therapies are fast emerging as powerful and soon-to-be mainstream treatments for medical health disorders, but they are not without their risks. As such, this episode ought to be of use to anyone interested in brain plasticity, mental health, psychology or neuroscience. For the full show notes, visit hubermanlab.com. Thank you to our sponsors AG1 (Athletic Greens): https://athleticgreens.com/huberman Eight Sleep: https://eightsleep.com/huberman Levels: https://levels.link/huberman HVMN: https://hvmn.com/huberman LMNT: https://drinklmnt.com/huberman Momentous: https://www.livemomentous.com/huberman The Brain Body Contract https://hubermanlab.com/tour Timestamps (00:00:00) Dr. Robin Carhart-Harris (00:02:12) Sponsors: Eight Sleep, Levels, HVMN (00:05:41) The Brain-Body Contract (00:06:31) Origin of the Word: “Psychedelics”; Pharmacology (00:12:05) Psychedelics & Revealing the Unconscious Mind, Psychotherapy (00:17:32) Microdosing (00:26:08) Psilocybin vs. Magic Mushroom Doses (00:28:28) “Psychedelic-Therapy”, Music (00:35:12) Sponsor: AG1 (Athletic Greens) (00:36:26) Psychedelic Journey: “Trust, Let Go, Be Open” (00:43:01) Negative Emotions, Fear & Psychedelics (00:46:21) Global Functional Connectivity, Serotonin 2A Receptor; Subjective Experiences (00:52:33) Pharmacology: Therapeutics without Psychedelic Effects; SSRIs (00:58:45) Psilocybin & Depression; Long-Term Effects: Connectivity & Neuroplasticity (01:09:14) Sponsor: LMNT (01:10:26) Psilocybin Therapy & Anorexia (01:12:56) Integration Phase & Psychedelic-Therapy; Meditation (01:19:50) First-Time Psychedelic Use, “Entropic Brain Effect”, Neuroplasticity, Cognition (01:30:16) Fibromyalgia & Psychedelic Treatment; MDMA Therapy & “Inner Healer” (01:38:55) Placebo Response & Psychedelic Therapy (01:41:39) LSD & Psychedelic-Therapy, Micro-Dose (01:48:19) Combination Psilocybin-MDMA Therapy (01:56:06) DMT “Rocketship” & Serotonin 2A Receptors; Ibogaine (02:01:04) “Ego Dissolution”, Cocaine vs. Psychedelics; Relapses (02:12:26) Psychedelics & Legal Landscape; Decriminalization (02:17:54) MDMA, Trauma & Clinical Trials; Future Regulatory (FDA) Approval? (02:23:25) Psilocybin & Current Clinical Trials (02:28:41) Mental Health & Psychedelic Treatment, Safeguards, Paradigm Shift (02:34:39) Zero-Cost Support, YouTube Feedback, Spotify & Apple Reviews, Sponsors, Momentous, Social Media, Neural Network Newsletter Title Card Photo Credit: Mike Blabac Disclaimer
This episode I look into Operation Midnight Climax, a CIA funded prostitution ring that involved drugging unsuspecting Johns with LSD and trying to get intel from them after sex. The operation ran for 10 years and operated in 2 cities but all information on the program was destroyed. Why did the CIA choose its own citizens to test this program on? Or more importantly, why did the CIA go unpunished after all the facts were revealed?
Kat covers the eerie legend of Corpsewood Manor, a secluded residence in the woods of Georgia, built by hand by a Satanist and his Catholic boyfriend. Dr. Charles Shudder and Joseph Odom were truly living their best lives. Maybe they didn't have electricity, but they were never short on LSD, skulls, or pentagrams. Much like a horror movie, this true crime story takes a dark turn. Next, Hayley steps into the shadowy world of the Witness Protection Program. You have to give up your name and identity as a witness, but you will be protected by the government, and if you're lucky you might just get them to pay for your BBL! https://linktr.ee/NightClassy Produced by Parasaur Studios © 2023 Witness Protection Program Sources: https://ravallirepublic.com/news/local/history-with-phil-the-witness-protection-program/article_32d2a543-d9e4-5cd7-88b2-a4272985651d.html https://www.mentalfloss.com/article/649685/witness-protection-program-facts https://books.google.com/books?id=98UWxdVcbqgC&q=LaFolla#v=snippet&q=penile&f=false https://www.mentalfloss.com/article/77695/12-secrets-witness-protection-program https://people.howstuffworks.com/witness-protection.htm#:~:text=Victims%20of%20crimes%20committed%20by,funeral%20costs%20and%20lost%20wages. https://www.popularmechanics.com/technology/security/a26016360/witness-protection-program/ https://thisiscriminal.com/episode-104-witness-12-7-2018 Corpsewood Manor Sources: https://www.atlantamagazine.com/great-reads/the-corpsewood-murders-40-years-later/ https://www.churchofsatan.com/tragic-case-dr-charles-lee-scudder/ https://allthatsinteresting.com/corpsewood-manor-murders https://the-line-up.com/corpsewood-manor https://m.box.com/shared_item/https%3A%2F%2Fapp.box.com%2Fs%2Fm31qs99380qa5v0hg0sgnb8g3f23zn9w https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poems/43687/the-tyger
#Psychedelics #LSD #AlanPiper Today I am joined by author and psychedelic researcher Alan Piper. Alan is the author of the new book “Bicycle Day and Other Psychedelic Essays” covering Albert Hofmann, LSD, and its secret history. Leave a comment below if there is a psychedelic topic you would like us to cover in the future. LinkTree: https://linktr.ee/MindEscapePodcast *Here is the link to the trailer for our documentary “As Within So Without: From UFOs to DMT”: https://youtu.be/ZUEI0VvkCUc *Here is a link to all of our psychedelic episodes: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLLJ-BaaY8oWuaPZBRBTqdFCcvX0x27yPH *Check out our new Merch store. We have some amazing designs for T-shirts, Hoodies, Mugs, Stickers, and more https://www.teepublic.com/stores/mind-escape?ref_id=24655 *Here is the LinkTree to Mike and Shane's new podcast “The Roswell UFO Symposium” Please follow and Subscribe! https://linktr.ee/roswellufosymposium *Follow our producer Shane on twitter: https://twitter.com/OldVetSymposium *If you like our new logo and looking for an artist check out Aubrey at: https://aubreynehring.com/ *Here are the links to Maurice's new music and band: Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/album/3OjyabL62FsmUhKW6SNUdU Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClDsH7i057uGTdKEiqRXWcg *Here is the link to purchase Alan's book: https://psychedelicpress.co.uk/collections/books/products/bicycle-day https://www.amazon.com/Bicycle-Day-other-Psychedelic-Essays/dp/1916266762/ref=sr_1_1?crid=KOEGL3KN6WIC&keywords=alan+piper&qid=1683995933&sprefix=alan+piper%2Caps%2C99&sr=8-1 --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/mindescape/support
On Today's Wacky Wednesday, Ashley discusses a New York man tripping on LSD that saves a dog... or did he? Then, Lacey chats about an Arkansas woman who was stealing and selling body parts. Sorry, we talk about bugs in this one, too. Want to share something wacky? Email us at email@example.com You may now join us on Patreon or buy us a Cocktail. Be sure to subscribe on Apple and leave a review. Sources: Huffpost, NPR --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/unitedstatesofmurder/support
Journalist Jennings Brown returns, this time with a guest who goes by Justice, to talk about a new internet cult leader named Liana Shanti and her social media presence, which targets women with wellness cleanses, women's empowerment, wild conspiracy theories, and grandiose claims about her supernatural powers. They discuss Shanti's followers' pattern of changing their names, accusing family members of abuse without evidence, and suddenly taking their children out of state. Plus, a house in Florida called Destiny Manor where a group of her followers have moved, how Justice's own loved one fell down the rabbit hole, and how survivors are banding together to stop Shanti. Trust Me is brought to you by Progressive Insurance! Quote your car insurance at Progressive.com to join the over 29 million drivers who trust Progressive! Got your own story about cults, extreme belief, or abuse of power? Leave a voicemail or text us at 347-86-TRUST (347-868-7878) OR shoot us an email at TrustMePod@gmail.com CHECK OUT OUR MERCH!! bit.ly/trustmemerch INSTAGRAM: @TrustMePodcast @oohlalola @meaganelizabeth11 TWITTER: @TrustMeCultPod @ohlalola @baberahamhicks TIKTOK: @TrustMeCultPodcast
For access to the full Sus Psychedelics, Inc. series and other premium episodes, subscribe to the Al-Wara' Frequency at patreon.com/subliminaljihad. PHASE FOUR: THE CLINICAL FINISH LINE Dr. Roland Griffiths and the Johns Hopkins Psilocybin Study, using psychedelics to lower the fear response and confront death, the incredibly revealing 1979 “A Conversation on LSD” reunion video featuring Tim Leary, Humphrey Osmond, Oscar Janiger, Al Hubbard, Willis Harmon, Myron Stolaroff, and Laura Huxley, talking about Allen “indefatigable Zionist for drugs” Ginsberg, the necessity of “shaking things up” a bit, “The Search for the Manchurian Candidate” by John Marks… The Institute of Noetic Sciences and the Crockers, Michael Pollan's “How To Change Your Mind” turning on the soccer moms, Leary's writings on Egg Intelligence and the Termite Queen Gaia Religion of the future, influencing the influencers… The Temple of the People in Halcyon, CA, Master Hilarion and the Theosophical roots of Silicon Valley, Steiner's warnings about Ahrimanic transhumanism, the Halcyon-raised Varian Brothers and Lytton Industries, moving into klystron & microwave tube production for the Pentagon, the rise of semiconductor manufacturing in the Valley, the evolutionary element known as Timothy Leary imagining himself as the reincarnation of G.I. Gurdjieff and Aleister Crowley… Leo Zeff biographer/LSD pioneer Myron Stolaroff's substantial engineering career in Silicon Valley, getting mentored by Fred Terman at Stanford, Lewis Terman's psychedelic protege Betty Eisner, the International Foundation for Advanced Study, the revolutionary Ampex Model 300 tape recorder that took Hollywood by storm, Bing Crosby, the staggeringly innovative output of Ampex alumni including Atari, Pixar, Dreamworks, Apple, Dolby Surround Sound, Larry Ellison and the CIA-contracted Project Oracle, sus microdosing advocate Jim Fadiman's work at IFAS, SRI-ARC, and Esalen, taking shrooms with dirtbag groomer Ram Dass in Paris, Fadiman's gifted child cousin William James Siddis, the “not upsetting, but kind of opening” nudist romps at the Esalen baths, mycologist heir Alan Rockefeller, Col. James Ketchum's work at the Edgewood Arsenal and Haight Ashbury Free Clinic… The ayahuasca murder/lynching saga of Sebastian Woodruff, the LSD/ketamine-fueled, con artist guru-assisted death of Malibu eye surgeon Mark Sarwusch, and a brief look at shaman to the stars Mike “Zappy” Zapolin, who says ketamine is an evolutionary technology that will help us make contact with alien intelligences.
In this episode, Joe interviews Erica Rex: award-winning journalist, past guest and writer, and participant in one of the first ever clinical trials using psilocybin to treat cancer-related depression; and Mona Sobhani, Ph.D.: cognitive neuroscientist and the author of "Proof of Spiritual Phenomena: A Neuroscientist's Discovery of the Ineffable Mysteries of the Universe." As Rex discovered the power of psychedelics through a clinical trial, she discusses a huge problem she discovered: that researchers are not preparing participants enough for the ontological shock they may go through in trying to match unexplainable happenings to a rigid framework (or match the normal to a framework that has suddenly shifted) – that while patients have support at the clinic, it all disappears when they return to normal life. She believes that all too often, researchers are doing only what is necessary to be able to continue to receive funding, push drugs through the FDA, and prescribe a pill. And as psychedelics changed Sobhani from very constrained scientific thinking to being very open to new ideas about consciousness and spirituality, she learned that many scientists had similar stories, and that coming out of the psychedelic closet is sometimes the best thing to do to normalize these ways of healing. They discuss the challenges of newcomers trying to explain their experience without having the necessary language; how we still don't truly understand mental illness; how the DSM just clusters symptoms to fit 'disorders' into a box; how society has started pathologizing anything we find unpleasant (which of course, is a part of being human); Gary Fisher's research on using LSD and psilocybin for schizophrenic children, why science needs to combine consciousness research and psychedelics research, and more. www.psychedelicstoday.com
Gutsy Health | Nutrition and Medicine
Show Summary: “Trusting your body as the guide is at the heart of any non-diet approach. Become a partner to yourself and allow your body to lead the way on what to eat. As you teach your brain and body that restricted food is not the enemy, you can learn to savor food mindfully and in a truly connected way.”For centuries, we have been conditioned to believe that our appearance defines our worth, and have been exposed to diet culture's toxic messaging. Despite our attempts to change our eating habits, we often feel more disconnected and frustrated with our bodies.It's no wonder we have a complicated connection with food. But can we ditch the diet mindset and embrace a healthy relationship between eating and our bodies?Stephanie Dodier, a Clinical Nutritionist CNP, and Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor joins us to share her journey with diet culture and body shaming, and how she transformed her relationship with food. In this episode, we'll explore the beauty of intuitive eating, how emotions impact our digestion, and honoring our bodies without rigid dieting.Break free from food guilt and shame. Tune in to Episode 68 of the Gutsy Health Podcast!Exceptional Highlights:Diet culture has taught us that emotional eating is terrible when it is a gift from your body asking you to pay attention.75% of women report controlling food compared to 31% of men due to the targeting of women by diet and beauty culture. The "good girl syndrome" has led to women being raised to please their environments, emotionally, mentally, and physically.Emotions can cause discomfort and contractions in the body, particularly in people with eating disorders. Anxiety about food is often the cause of these sensations, not the food itself.Show Highlights: 11:44 - Stephanie's journey of years of dieting, and how it led to her physical collapse at the age of 3916:30 - The harmful impact of weight stigma and fat phobia in the medical industry24:44 - Why our relationship with food mirrors our relationship with life27:06 - Emotional eating is not something to be ashamed of, but rather, it's a privilege32:02 - Learning to build trust in yourself and your body after years of following strict diets and restrictions39:03 - Wellness culture may seem like the antidote to diet culture, but it can also be harmful and exclusionary44:05 - Can you still have a healthy relationship with food if you have multiple food sensitivities and chronic health issues?47:32 - Understanding body image and its impact on our self-worth56:11 - Why Stephanie encourages body neutrality over body positivity to cultivate body acceptance and self-love58:39 - The potential dangers of becoming emotionally attached to your bodyImportant Links: Gutsy Health Podcast Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/gutsyhealthpodcast/Gutsy Health Academy - https://www.mygutsyhealth.com/Stephanie Dodier's Website - https://www.stephaniedodier.com/Stephanie Dodier's Instagram - https://inIT'S GIVEAWAY TIME!
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This episode is a wild ride through the creative chaos of Carson and Tanya, the masterminds behind That Feeling Co. - a coffee/plant shop that's taken Anchorage by storm. These two creatives have dabbled in everything from wedding photography to natural art supplies and even designed their own jaw-droppingly gorgeous house. We'll dive into their hilarious origin story in college, the challenges of being creative entrepreneurs, and their upcoming projects/events that are sure to intrigue you. Get ready to laugh, be inspired, and maybe even feel a little jealous of their incredible talent. So grab a cup of coffee (preferably from That Feeling Co.) and join us for a trip (the non-LSD type) with Carson and Tanya!That Feeling Co.CarsonTanya New episodes every Monday.Hosted by Kyle Reading & Steven CornfieldContact us…Email Us:firstname.lastname@example.orgInstagram: https://bit.ly/GFYInstagram@kyleareading@stevencornfieldTwitter:https://bit.ly/GFYTwitterFacebook:https://bit.ly/GFYFacebook
durée : 00:53:36 - LSD, la série documentaire - par : Perrine Kervran
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In Break On Through, Lucas Richert explores Anti-psychiatry, psychedelics, and radical challenges to psychiatry and the conventional treatment of mental health in the 1970s. In this interview Lucas discusses the issues that run through the sixties and seventies and how they're forming debates about mental health today. "Antipsychiatry," Esalen, psychedelics, and DSM III: Radical challenges to psychiatry and the conventional treatment of mental health in the 1970s. The upheavals of the 1960s gave way to a decade of disruptions in the 1970s, and among the rattled fixtures of American society was mainstream psychiatry. A "Radical Caucus" formed within the psychiatric profession and the "antipsychiatry" movement arose. Critics charged that the mental health establishment was complicit with the military-industrial complex, patients were released from mental institutions, and powerful antipsychotic drugs became available. Meanwhile, practitioners and patients experimented with new approaches to mental health, from primal screaming and the therapeutic use of psychedelics to a new reliance on quantification. In Break on Through, Lucas Richert investigates the radical challenges to psychiatry and to the conventional treatment of mental health that emerged in the 1970s and the lessons they offer for current debates. Drawing on archives and government documents, medical journals, and interviews, and interweaving references to pop (counter)culture into his account, Richert offers fascinating stories of the decade's radical mental health practices. He discusses anti-Vietnam War activism and the new diagnosis of post-traumatic stress disorder given to some veterans; the radical psychiatrists who fought the system (and each other); the entry of New Age-style therapies, including Esalen's Human Potential Movement, into the laissez-faire therapeutic marketplace of the 1970s; the development of DSM III; and the use of LSD, cannabis, and MDMA. Many of these issues have resonance today. Debates over medical marijuana and microdoses of psychedelics echo debates of the 1970s. With rising rates of such disorders as anxiety and depression, practitioners and patients continue to search for therapeutic breakthroughs. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-studies
Michael Stuart Ani joins us for Season 1 (2021) of Birdsong. Michael has been a student of plant wisdom for fifty years. As a young man, the Lakota sage, John Fire Lame Deer, guided Michael through his first peyote ceremony and then sent him south to Mexico in search of the steps of the Ghost Dance. These steps led Michael to the Sierra Mazateca of Oaxaca, famous for its sacred mushrooms. From the end of the 1960's era through to the 1970's, Ani lived in the most remote part of the region. He became the only outsider who was ever allowed to collect Desheto, the sacred mushroom species of the deep tropical cloud forest of Chicon Nindo. He was instrumental in fighting the epidemics among the Yanomami people in the rainforests of Venezuela. He also helped to create a school to teach local indigenous people to be healthcare officers in the emerging Alto Orinoco Biosphere Reserve. His work in Venezuela was subsequently featured in the 1994 documentary, Yanomami, Keepers of the Flame, which won the US Environmental Film Festival's Best Documentary of the Year. Keepers of the Flame also became the feature film at the 1994 Brazilian Earth Summit. In 2002, Ani focused his attention back on the Northern States of the Americas and worked to restore some of the very last genetically pure Bison to the Brule, Lakota tribes on the Rosebud reservation in South Dakota. While on Rosebud, Ani responded to the requests of tribal elder Leonard Crow Dog and brought an eyeglass clinic to the reservation. Because of his efforts in South America and Mexico, and his work to build a ceremony house for renowned healer Grandpa Roy Stone, the Amazonia Foundation was honored by being included as an organization under the umbrella of the National Congress of American Indians. Michael has fulfilled his promise to Desheto by writing the book, “The Ghost Dance; an untold history of the Americas”. His catchprase “TALKING PLANTS” refers to a small group of fungi and plants that he believes have developed the ability to communicate with both humans and animals. Michael feels that these plants are key to survival in an uncertain future. TIMESTAMPS: [6:05] Epidemics in the Amazon and losing jungle knowledge [7:55] Shamanic knowledge is received directly from the plants and spirit [10:34] LSD is GOD in pill form - Tim Leary [11:30] Honouring the sacred by learning the region and communing with the “talking plants” [14:30] Trailing the Ghost Dance, the very first ritual of the Americas [16:15] John Fire Lame Deer, Wounded-Knee and Ghost Dance [21:30] Communing with nature and learning from “talking plants” [27:20] It's not just difficult for US to survive in the forest… [29:05] Apprenticing to the immediate ecology to receive the secrets of the talking plants [31:38] Plants are part of controlling whats going on in the world today and the beginning of the “psychedelic movement” [35:25] Gaian intelligence & our Achilles heel as a species [38:50] Shamans are falling out of the trees [39:55] Tribal communal ceremonies vs deep medicine man ceremonies [43:17] Western culture and mental fragmentations [45:22] Michael's role to keep one lineage in-tact [47:29] Spiraling around to new beginnings by looking to plant medicine cultures of the past [50:00] Learning from Amazonian epidemics and returning to nature for CV-19 [55:16] Using cannabis in it's whole form as a medicine [56:49] Tobacco doesn't carry the same risk when using in its natural form [58:06] Mom + Pop farming is the way forward [59:01] There's a spiritual war in the jungles and it's going to affect us all… [1:01:51] How do you get people to care about ecological disaster? [1:07:46] We are still facing a global witch hunt [1:11:02] What myths of the ancient Americas can help us today? [1:12:23] The different types of animal totems… for people, plants and places [1:18:35] What does the ceremonial ritualistic context for taking the sacred mushroom look like? [1:23:00] The entire ritualistic process… (this is a real gift to listen to!) [1:34:02] Sacred things must be kept hidden… until the exact moment they are needed [1:37:25] What message does Michael have to pass on to those walking the shamanic path?
For any of you who have been listening to the show for some time now, you know full well my love & affinity for cultivating Cannabis organically & consciously. One of my absolute favorite aspects of this passion is the individuals I meet who are in alignment with cultivating in this way. The reason for this is not simply due to the fact that we can agree on our values & expand each others knowledge pertaining to cultivation techniques, but is instead due to the notion that if someone is passionate about cultivating in this way, that they are undoubtedly someone who has done a fair amount of inner work & has a deep connection to themselves & the world at large, especially with regards to nature. Todays guest on the show is a man who when I first met, we immediately hit it off for the aforementioned reasons, among many others. He is the founder of the Klickitat medical Cannabis resource center in the Columbia River Gorge, in which he supplies education & resources pertaining to Cannabis & is also the owner & lead grower behind Titan Farm, in which he is focused on producing micro batch, organic, regeneratively grown hemp products to his customers & patients. In todays episode, we will be diving into his background in psychedelic medicines & what role they have played in him doing the work he is doing today, his views around the current themes in the Cannabis industry & what he feels may be being lost with regards to the true medicine of Cannabis within the way in which Cannabis is being marketed today, his view on what he calls “psychedelic moments” & much, much more. Show Notes:(1:25) Travis' Bio.(3:38) How did Travis get into plant medicine?(7:06) Travis' first experience with mushrooms. (12:10) Is this actually what's fulfilling me?(14:18) Travis tells two stories on why you should be careful with taking psychedelics!(29:14) Travis' viewpoint and relationship with cannabis.(47:10) Growing cannabis and the changes you see.(57:05) Where you can reach Travis!(58:18) One final question…Join the Highly Optimized Ceremony Circle on Facebook! https://www.highlyoptimized.me This episode was produced by Mazel Tov Media in Quincy, Massachusetts.
Tah dves into the ideas around challenging emotions and the stigmas that only unpleasant emotions are challenging. Many people have challenges being in pleasant emotions. That is shadow work. Lots of controversy here. This is an awesome one for self coaching and coaching clients. Take a listen and let us know your thoughts. PLEASE SHARE this with anyone you believe this podcast episode can benefit. Take our FREE course we have in the links below. Please give us a five star rating, review and subscricribe. This is so important to help spead the word to those who can use this information! We love you. Thank you. Be Free! You've been introduced to the world of psychedelics and plant medicine - but you're left wondering, “Okay, now what?” Become a Psychedelic-Informed Practitioner Because integration is NOT optional. Visit Our Home on the Web, get more information and join The Condor Approach Take our Free Course on Psychedelic Integration Download Our 7-Day Integration Guide FREE Follow Us on Instagram for All things Condor Approach Follow Kole on Instagram Follow Tah on Instagram
The Russians have invaded Ukraine!!! General Spicoli has no other choice but to call upon the GUY PARTY Task Force to help save the world from certain doom!!! Can the guys prevent those pesky Russians from making us all drink vodka and dance with bears!?! Tune in to find out!!! GUY PARTY!!!
MOATS The Podcast with George Galloway
On this episode of Moats, George Galloway asks the serious question are we on the brink of World War 3? Who is behind the drone attacks on the Kremlin with the usual suspects being lined up was it Ukraine or the US and what snowball effects will it have worldwide? Meanwhile there is laughing gas and LSD in the US presidential staked as Robert F Kennedy Jr lays out his plans to pardon whistleblowers who he describes as Patriots!Guests:Mike Jones: Independent Journalist and English Expat living in Moscow, Russia.YouTube: https://youtube.com/@iEarlGreyTVTwitter: https://twitter.com/iearlgreytvFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/iEarlGreyThe Rt Hon Norman BakerLori Spencer: Independent Journalist, Author and Radio PersonalityYouTube: https://youtube.com/@LoriSpencerTwitter: https://twitter.com/reallorispencerSubscribe to the show:Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/nl/podcast/moats-with-george-galloway/id1568505052Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/2lbCD63qVWHqO2FQXK7MdcGoogle Podcasts: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5hY2FzdC5jb20vcHVibGljL3Nob3dzLzYzMjQ4MGQ1Y2ZlMjA3MDAxMzQ0MThmMw== Get bonus content on Patreon Become a MOATS Graduate at https://plus.acast.com/s/moatswithgorgegalloway. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Stand Up For The Truth Podcast
TODAY'S GUEST: Chuck Girard, singer, songwriter, recording artist, and worship leader, is one of the pioneers of Contemporary Christian Music. He was co-founder and lead singer of the group LOVE SONG from it's beginning to the present. Born in Los Angeles, Chuck began playing music at an early age. In his teens, he formed a group called THE CASTELLS, which had two national top 20 hits. They also released the song “I Do”, which was produced by Brian Wilson of the Beach Boys. Chuck shared the stage with stars such as Roy Orbison, Jan and Dean, Jerry Lee Lewis, Bobby Vee, and others. This led to a successful career as a studio singer and musician which included singing the lead vocals on THE HONDELLS first two albums and their biggest hit, “Little Honda.” In his early twenties Chuck became disillusioned with life, and like so many of his generation began experimenting with drugs. This led to a five-year search for God through LSD, eastern religion, and a committed “hippie” lifestyle. Rock & Roll Preacher - Chuck Girard After years of searching for meaning through drugs, Buddhism, sex, and Eastern philosophy, a long-haired hippie musician walked his bare feet into a little country church and encountered the living God. Confounded by the simplicity of the gospel, a young Chuck Girard dedicated his life to Jesus during the height of the sexual revolution and civil unrest that characterized the decade of the '60s. Along with thousands of other "Jesus Freaks" who came to be known as the Jesus Movement, Chuck's story was only just getting started. This raw and honest memoir is both refreshing and convicting. MORE Your Favorite Guests on Stand Up for the Truth! (List & Links) Love Song - The Band, The Ministry, The Movement [Trailer] Follow Chuck and Love Song on Facebook! Alisa (Girard) Childers on Stand Up 200 Resources You Can Trust!– Be Equipped and ‘Connect the Dots' NEWSBYTES SUPPORT STAND UP FOR THE TRUTH PODCAST WITH NEW GEAR! Subscribe to the QChannel on YouTube for upcoming LIVE STREAMS – Click here.