“Are we at a point of no return?”This is a question many couples arrive at, at one point or another. One of the most common things that I've found can mess up any kind of relationship is communication and its challenges. When we struggle to convey our thoughts and feelings effectively, what can start as a small misunderstanding can snowball into something way more significant. Another thing is trust. It is the foundation for intimacy and vulnerability, and it's super fragile. Even just the fear of betrayal can break down our trust, leading to insecurity in the relationship. When this is fractured, it seems so challenging to repair. Another relatively common challenge is growing apart, both emotionally and physically. Whether it's because of work, having kids and never having time for each other, or just a change in interests… when we feel we've drifted apart, we can end up feeling like strangers. MDMA assisted couples therapy can help, particularly at the crossroads where we may have already tried many other avenues and wonder if it's possible to heal. I think there's also potential benefit for prevention, but that's a topic for another time;) These sessions can help promote healing and growth, improve communication, and address our own personal traumas so they don't continue to shake the foundations of our relationships. MDMA was popularized during the rave scene and is known for being a recreational party drug - you may know it by its street names, Molly or Ecstasy. But it also holds profound therapeutic potential when it's used in the right context. Why? At its core, MDMA possesses two distinctive properties that make it uniquely suited for couples therapy: Empathogenic, which means that it opens the doors of emotional connection and trust, allowing us to see the world from our partner's perspective. Entactogenic encourages a deep connection with one's own emotions and thoughts, promoting self-reflection and self-acceptance. In couples therapy, this allows the individual to better understand their own feelings and how they relate to their partner's. When taken in a therapeutic context, MDMA helps us explore our emotions and gives us access to deeper layers of healing. It provides a unique window of opportunity for couples in particular to delve deep into their emotions, past experiences, and relationship dynamics, with less negative impact. MDMA-assisted therapy also provides a unique opportunity to address past traumas that may have been affecting the relationship. Individuals often report that they can confront and process these traumas more effectively during therapy sessions, leading to emotional healing and closure. They can also share past traumas with their partners more effectively. That emotional clarity, empathy, and sense of safety can be a game-changer, allowing couples to address issues, express their feelings, and develop a deeper understanding of each other. Whaaat??? I know, right? There's also the geeky neuroscience part. The short version is that it activates 3 of the brain's key neurotransmitters, which helps us safely connect with our feelings and the feelings of our partner, and tap into the connection that exists when our old habits and emotional walls/armor are softened. It encourages us to actively engage in and tackle the difficult conversations, being able to tolerate difficult emotions more effectively. Another bonus is studies have shown that the effects of MDMA-assisted couples therapy tend to last LONG after it's all over - especially when couples continue to do the work after there sessions are done (= INTEGRATION!). As we continue to study the field of MDMA-assisted therapy, we can expect to understand even more about how it can benefit a wide range of couples, allowing this approach to become more accessible too (it's only approved for research… for now). I also dive into how it's not for everyone, or every circumstance. In the full episode, I dive into how sessions are structured and the pivotal role of therapists is key to the transformative power of this approach, so be sure to check that out, beause in this model, they aren't just facilitators in this type of therapy - they're emotional guides who accompany couples on their journey (not with the medicine though ;). Like I said earlier, this isn't a magic pill or a one-size-fits-all kind of gig. I want to re-emphasize the importance of integration. We need to do what we can to hold on to the insights we've had in the therapy, because reverting back to the old self and habits is very common in any transformational process. We need to continue to cultivate that skill set by receiving ongoing therapy and support so that we can embody the insights and energetic shifts needed for our new paradigm to take hold. When - not if - we make a mistake and revert back to old patterns, it's important to forgive ourselves and not get stuck in regret, self-judgment, and guilt. Integration support and self-compassion help us to not drop back into a shame cycle that's so common in this very human, non-linear process . While MDMA-assisted couples therapy may not be the right fit for every couple, its potential to heal and provide hope is clear. At the risk of sounds cheesy, I think the couple's that continue to have hope and seek out alternative therapies are a testament to the human spirit's capacity for healing, growth, and connection - and the capacity couples can have for navigating the turbulent seas of modern love, which seems to be getting more complicated by the day! You will learn:// The three common areas challenged in a relationship, and what happens when any of them breaks down// The truth about MDMA and its therapeutic potential - in addressing the three areas above, too!// The importance of using MDMA in the correct context and structure// How MDMA can help address past traumas that affect our current relationships// What the future holds for MDMA-assisted couples therapy// The most important step in MDMA- assisted couples therapy for lasting results Resources:// Episode 97: Psychedelics and Spiritual Practice // Episode 153: Psychedelic Exceptionalism // If you want to dive into this level of healing with a small group of self-identified womyn, having plant medicine retreats in Alaska and Hawaii, adventures in nature and learning more about your mind and your deeper Soul Purpose, visit AdventureMastermind.com to get on the waitlist to be the first to hear about the next dates and locations. (P.S. 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On this episode, I do a show about a guy who comes back from having not done an episode for a few days and he just stumbles through in a desperate attempt to keep his super heightened sense of hipness intact. It's all really silly and there are no serious messages even though it may seem like there's some hidden messages, but they're not hidden. They're just not there.Support the showhunchbunny.com
Welcome, I'm Lorilee Binstock and this is “A Trauma Survivor Thriver's Podcast.” Thank you for joining us for the Premiere of Season 5 and I am proud to announce that we are now a part of the Mental Health News Radio Network. This podcast is also available wherever you get your podcasts but I do suggest checking out Mental Health News Radio Network to find all your podcast related to mental health. Can we just admit that parenting is hard? For many, there are just as many lows as there are highs when it comes to parenting. And unfortunately, Parental depression is a pervasive problem, and a large and growing body of research shows that it is a major risk factor for difficulties in a child's life. One of my favorite topics when it comes to healing is Psychedelics, so I am very excited about my first guest of the season to talk about Moms on Mushrooms. My guest today is Tracey Tee, Founder of Moms on Mushrooms.Tracey has been an active voice for moms for more than a decade, first co-creating and starring in the nationally touring cult-hit comedy show for moms, The Pump and Dump Show. She simultaneously co-produced the Band of Mothers Podcast and served as co-founder and CEO of The Pump and Dump Show's umbrella brand, Band of Mothers Media. During her own journey with psilocybin or magic mushrooms, amidst the pandemic, Tracey began to feel called to support moms in a deeper and more meaningful way. In 2022, she launched an online microdosing course created exclusively for moms called M.O.M., “Moms on Mushrooms.”
When you're working in alignment with yourself, everything becomes joyful.” This is what Andrew describes as his full life shift after attending a psilocybin retreat. Yep, that's right, we are talking mushrooms and psychedelics on T-Talk! This week's guest is Andrew Tansil. He is the co-founder of Sayulita Wellness Retreats and also launched a non-profit for Veterans to help them heal from PTSD and Depression through the use of psilocybin as an intervention. Top reasons to listen to the entire episode: Hear Andrew's story of healing from debilitating anxiety and depression to a life of fulfillment. Learn about psychedelic treatment interventions. Understand what it's like to attend a Psilocybin Retreat. Listen for things to look out for when finding a provider of psychedelics as a treatment intervention. Full Show Notes Here: www.rebelmente.com/t-talk-podcast/andrewtansil Connect with Andrew: @andrewtansil @sayulitamushroomretreat Connect with Shaelene: Follow Shaelene on TikTok Follow Shaelene on Instagram Work With Shaelene Sign Up To Receive Emails From Shaelene DBT Group Practice Owners FB Group Thanks for joining us on the T-Talk podcast! If you enjoyed this episode, please give it a 5 star rating and review. This helps the T-Talk mission of creating accessibility to mental health support and decreasing stigma. Interested in advertising your business or services on T-Talk? Check out our Podcast Sponsorship page, where you can check out everything included in our Pod Sponsor Package and see if it's the right fit for you, your audience and your business! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/t-talk-with-shaelene/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/t-talk-with-shaelene/support
Who needs Italy when you can just get high on ‘shrooms? Psychedelic retreats are going mainstream. Plus: the Taylor Swift-Travis Kelce economy and Target store closures. Join our hosts Mark Dent and Rob Litterst as they take you through our most interesting stories of the day. Follow us on social media: TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@thdspod Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thdspod/ Thank You For Listening to The Hustle Daily Show. Don't forget to hit Subscribe or Follow us on Apple Podcasts so you never miss an episode! If you want this news delivered to your inbox, join millions of others and sign up for The Hustle Daily newsletter, here: https://thehustle.co/email/ Plus! Your engagement matters to us. If you are a fan of the show, be sure to leave us a 5-Star Review on Apple Podcasts https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-hustle-daily-show/id1606449047 (and share your favorite episodes with your friends, clients, and colleagues). “The Hustle Daily Show” is a HubSpot Original Podcast // Brought to you by The HubSpot Podcast Network // Produced by Darren Clarke.
California Governor Gavin Newsom is mulling legislation that would legalize possession of small amounts of multiple psychedelic drugs. Cato's Jeff Singer discusses the implications for medical practitioners. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Jer and Norris are back from Chicago - Jer talks about trying Jollibee for the first time, and Norris saw the final international match of Megan Rapinoe. Then we bring it back home, talking about the raid of a psychedelic church on Detroit's west side. Turns out local decriminalization doesn't mean the right to sell or distribute magic mushrooms. And finally, Motor City Brew Works closed their Avenue of Fashion / Livernois location after a short run. Jer remembers being at the opening. We talk about a number of factors that may have hurt this project from the start, and the difference between what might work on Livernois between 7 and 8 Mile and Midtown, Detroit. Feedback as always - dailydetroit - at - gmail - dot - com or 313-789-3211 Follow us on Apple Podcasts: https://lnk.to/dailydetroitonapple Or Spotify: https://lnk.to/dailydetroitonspotify Thanks to our members: http://www.patreon.com/dailydetroit Or those who do a one-time contribution: http://www.buymeacoffee.com/dailydetroit
Welcome, welcome, welcome to the Distraction Pieces Podcast with Scroobius Pip!This week Pip is joined by neuropsychologist and author ANDY MITCHELL!A wildly interesting chat with Pip about not just the broad area of psychedelics, but the culture surrounding them and some of the modern spins on it all that we might be encountering on our travels. With all the wide world of psychedelics, it's really fascinating to hear about the side that sometimes doesn't get looked at, and to get some light shone on it with a slightly different perspective. A refreshing and neutral take too, without a huge amount of baggage hitched onto the wagon. Loads of angles, ideas and takes in fact, so definitely add this to your greater explorations! And check Andy's book too - link below...DON'T FORGET PIP ON PATREON if you're of a supporting natureANDY MITCHELL: TEN TRIPSAUDIOBOOKANDY ONLINESPEECH DEVELOPMENT RECORDS WEBSTOREPIP on TWITCH • (music stuff)PIP on INSTAGRAMPIP on TWITTERPIP on PATREONPIP on IMDBPOD BIBLE Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Join WCG Talks Trials podcast host Kelly Fitzgerald, PhD, in a riveting dialogue with guest expert Currien MacDonald, MD, as they unravel the nuances of "Psychedelics in Research: Ethical and Medical Perspectives." Dr. MacDonald, with a solid foundation in family medicine and clinical trials administration, guides listeners through a grounded exploration of psychedelic substances. In this episode, they demystify the realm of psychedelics, encompassing both dissociative and classic varieties, such as LSD and MDMA. As the conversation delves into ongoing research, the potential applications of these compounds in treating mental health challenges like depression, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress disorder come to the fore. The dialogue doesn't shy away from probing the ethical dimensions surrounding psychedelic research, addressing concerns about study design, potential abuse, and the intricate balance between benefits and risks. This insightful podcast offers an engaging journey into the evolving field of psychedelic research, shedding light on its medical potential and the ethical considerations that guide its path.
Today, I have an exciting Q & A episode lined up, featuring questions I've gathered from various sources, including emails and DMs. In this episode, I dive into thought-provoking topics such as the long-term effects of birth control, exploring alternative therapies like acupuncture and yoni steaming for women's health, delving into the intriguing intersection of biohacking with emotional and spiritual well-being, and exploring practices such as microdosing psychedelics and mindfulness. Stay tuned for a stimulating and informative session! I talk about: 09:10 - The repercussions of long-term birth control use 14:20 - Unconventional biohacks and surprising practices 26:30 - Traditional healing practices: acupuncture and yoni steaming 35:15 - Challenging the narrative of normalizing obesity 39:00 - Importance of quality sleep for productivity and well-being 46:00 - The changing landscape of plant medicine accessibility 47:10 - The taboo of stress in society 49:45 - Struggling with boundaries and work-life balance 55:10 - Using data to make sense of health issues and symptoms 59:20 - Creating a calming environment for stress relief 1:06:20 - Introducing the blood: a revolutionary menstrual cycle test Sponsors: Enhance your healthspan and boost your everyday cellular function with Mimio daily cell care. Use BIOHACKINGBRITTANY at checkout to save. Try the ProLon® Nutrition Bar to help curb your hunger without breaking your fast, so you can fast for longer. Use my discount code BIOHACKINGBRITTANY. Try BiOptimizers products (including magnesium, sleep breakthrough powder and digestive enzymes) and use my discount code BIOHACKINGBRITTANY for 10% off! Visit InsideTracker to get your vitamins, hormones and minerals tested, and enter code BIOHACKINGBRITTANY to get 20% off all plans! Resources: Try my Hormone Balancing Chocolate recipe! It's delicious and your body and hormones will thank you. My Ebb and Flow Cycle Guide solves all your hormone problems. Confused on what to eat and do during each phase of your cycle? Download it now for all the answers on cycle syncing and hormone balancing. Let's Connect: Instagram, TikTok, Facebook Shop my favorite health products Listen on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts
In this episode of the Psychedelic Therapy Frontiers podcast Dr. Steve Thayer and Dr. Reid Robison are joined by Jonathan Rosemberg to discuss his recent paper entitled, “Psychedelics and the Pursuit of Human Flourishing: An Examination of Research and Potential Psychological Mechanisms”. Jon is a consultant for Numinus and recently defended this paper as his capstone project for his masters of applied positive psychology at the prestigious University of Pennsylvania. Jon helps Reid and Steve explore the concept of human flourishing, self-transcendence, self-distancing, spiritual intelligence, meaning-making, compassion, beginner's mind, and several other topics related to the potential that psychedelic tools have for helping people heal, grow, and flourish, especially when those tools are used to assist the psychotherapy process. “Psychedelics and the Pursuit of Human Flourishing: An Examination of Research and Potential Psychological Mechanisms”https://repository.upenn.edu/entities/publication/6c521cc6-73e4-42d8-847e-9785e2315847Learn more about our podcast at https://numinus.com/podcast/Learn more about psychedelic therapy training opportunities at https://numinus.com/our-training-selection/Learn more about our clinical trials at https://numinus.com/research/ Learn more about Numinus at https://numinus.com/Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drstevethayer/https://www.instagram.com/innerspacedoctor/https://www.instagram.com/numinushealth/
Ketamine and psychedelics are getting a lot of hype, but they won't live up to it. This episode explains why, the main reason being that these treatments are just symptomatic, like tylenol or aspirin, and not disease-modifying. They thus don't have long-term benefits. They are like super-tylenol, which is not transformative for psychiatry. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/nassir-ghaemi/support
https://www.paypal.me/Truelifepodcast?locale.x=en_USLadies and gentlemen, allow me to introduce you to Eline Haijen, a brilliant researcher and compassionate advocate whose work is redefining our understanding of adult ADHD. With an unshakable commitment to improving the lives of those affected by ADHD, Eline has embarked on an extraordinary journey into the realm of alternative treatments. Her pioneering efforts have brought her to the forefront of microdosing classic psychedelics, a promising avenue for addressing the often-overlooked challenges faced by adults with ADHD. In Eline Haijen, we find a visionary thinker, a dedicated advocate, and a driving force of positive change in the field of mental health. Join us as we delve into the remarkable work and insights of this trailblazing individual. https://www.paypal.me/Truelifepodcast?locale.x=en_US
Today, I sit down with Aubrey Marcus, the genius behind Onnit—a revolutionary global brand championing a holistic health approach named Total Human Optimization. This philosophy has positioned Onnit as an industry forerunner, enhancing the lives of millions, including elite athletes across the globe.Aubrey doesn't stop at Onnit. He's the voice behind the "Aubrey Marcus Podcast," a hub of inspiration drawing from the brilliance of top-tier personalities in sports, business, mindset, and spirituality. With 100+ million listens it's a testament to the value he brings to the table. Also, if you've ever felt empowered by the book "Own The Day, Own Your Life," you've Aubrey to thank. This New York Times Bestseller is just one of the many ways he's impacted lives. Not to mention his features on the coveted cover of Men's Health and other renowned magazines.Dive into the world of documentaries. Aubrey's contributions like "Awake In The Darkness" and "Ayahuasca" provide profound insights. His latest endeavor, Fit For Service, is a donation-based coaching platform. They've also given us the unforgettable experience of the Arkadia music festival!Above all, Aubrey's heart beats strongest for psychedelic medicine awareness. His unwavering support for organizations like MAPS.org and the Heffter Institute echoes his dedication. With all these achievements, he remains a proud Austin, Texas native, sharing life's journey with his lovely wife, Vylana.Enjoy my conversation with Aubrey Marcus!This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4858435/advertisement
Dr. Dave Rabin, MD, PhD, is a neuroscientist, board-certified psychiatrist, health tech entrepreneur & inventor who has been studying the impact of chronic stress in humans for over 15 years. He is the co-founder & chief innovation officer at Apollo Neuroscience. In addition to focusing on integration therapy, plant and natural medicines, couples therapy, and medicine-assisted psychotherapy, Dr. Rabin specializes in treatment-resistant mental illnesses including depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), psychosomatic disorders, personality disorders, chronic pain disorders, insomnia, and substance use disorders using minimal and non-invasive treatment strategies. Dr. Rabin has always been fascinated by consciousness and our inherent ability to heal ourselves from injury and illness. His research focuses on the clinical translation of non-invasive therapies for patients with treatment-resistant illnesses like PTSD and substance use disorders. In addition to his clinical psychiatry practice, Dr. Rabin is currently conducting research on the epigenetic regulation of trauma responses and recovery to elucidate the mechanism of psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy and the neurobiology of belief. Dr. Rabin received his MD in medicine and PhD in neuroscience from Albany Medical College and specialized in psychiatry with a distinction in research at Western Psychiatric Institute & Clinic at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center.Episode Highlights▶ The profound impact music and singing has had on finding solace and tranquility in Dr. Rabin's life▶ Dr. Rabin's research expedition to Peru, where he studied traditional medicine and the healing power of Shipibo icaros during ayahuasca ceremonies▶ The deep connection between trauma, and the body's natural energy flow and the transformative power of vibration delivered directly to the body in the healing process▶ The Apollo Neuro, an innovative wearable device crafted by Dr. Rabin and his team▶ How Apollo Neuro harnesses the vibrational power of sound to induce desired states in the body, promoting a sense of safety and embodiment▶ The overwhelmingly positive response to the device, especially from people seeking seeking improved sleep quality and a deeper sense of calm ▶ Future software updates for the Apollo Neuro and the application of artificial intelligence to determine which frequencies to deliver to a specific user, and when, to provide the most customized support possibleDr. Dave Rabin's Links & Resources▶ Website: https://apolloneuro.com/▶ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/apolloneuro/▶ Podcast: The Psychedelic Report - https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/the-psychedelic-report/id1670195179▶ Podcast: Your Brain Explained - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/your-brain-explained/id1693658383
In this episode, Eliza candidly shares her journey from early trauma, marked by the loss of her mother at 13 months, to the pressures of overachievement fueled by anxiety and perfectionism. This path led her to a breaking point of burnout. In her search for healing, she discovered the transformative power of psychedelics, not as an escape but as a profound tool for introspection and self-discovery. Join us as Eliza unveils how these experiences helped her confront her past, understand its impact, and emerge as a whole, self-loving individual. Note: This episode is a personal account and not medical advice. Always consult professionals before making decisions about any treatments. 1) Follow Eliza on Instagram: @theburnoutwitch 2) Check out Eliza's course on microdosing: www.theburnoutwitch.com 3) Download a Copy of the Burnout Checklist: https://www.drsharongrossman.com/burnoutchecklist 4) Sign up for a FREE Breakthrough Session with Dr. Sharon: http://www.bookachatwithsharon.com 5) Take the first step to Decode Your Burnout: http://decodeyourburnout.com
It's always a pleasure when I get to talk to my good friend and inspirational polymath, Rocco Jarman. Today we will be exploring the philosophy of self-leadership, as well as Rocco's thoughts on the power of Psychedelics. You are either riding the waves, being tossed by the waves or you are perhaps making the waves. Either way, there will be waves. Be relentless in your choosing. Make for shore. If you must be undone, be undone at the infinite shoreline, that is where tomorrow begins, that is the event horizon beyond this recurring moment, beyond the threat of new ordeals, where it is right to finally be undone so that we can become something more - at the place where new trials await. It is worth defying even the endless heaving of the entire ocean for this. A thousand times the waves will come and a thousand times you must say: “Not today. I am destined for tomorrow.” Rocco is also the host of the Eyes Wide Open Life Podcast: https://eyeswideopenlife.org Rocco's substack: eyeswideopenlife.substack.com Until next time, love and good vibes. Check out the latest episode here: Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/enter-the-lionheart/id1554904704 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/4tD7VvMUvnOgChoNYShbcI
Interview starts at 3045 Michael Stuart Ani joins us for a great chat about plant wisdom, the shaman community, the Ghost Dance, intertribal elder women taking control of pyscadelics, and saving the world from the green climate zealots. We chat about the Nazi's and psilocybin, MK Ultra, the mushroom religion, ancient ritual and ceremony, talking plants, addiction in the indigenous community, tonal singing, freedom and ferality, technofeudalism, and colonial eugenics control. Michael Stuart Ani has been a student of plant wisdom for almost fifty years. He's a Legendary explorer, entheogen expert, plant whisperer, ethnobotanist, musician, author, and Ghost Dancer. https://www.talkingplants.org/ In the intro we chat about the latest Contact at the Cabin - Montana Megafloods with Randall Carlson, Randall and others talking about Malcolm Bendall Tech, Darren's travels across the border. See links to the intro topics: https://youtu.be/IogPBJyDFWw?si=9ikcYUVHRI_CfWuf Randall on podcast https://www.youtube.com/@AlchemicalScience Help support the show, because we can't do it without ya. If you value this content with 0 ads, 0 sponsorships, 0 breaks, 0 portals and links to corporate websites, please assist. Many hours of unlimited content for free. Thanks for listening!! Support the show directly: http://www.grimerica.ca/support https://www.patreon.com/grimerica http://www.grimericaoutlawed.ca/support www.Rokfin.com/Grimerica Check out our next trip/conference/meetup - Contact at the Cabin www.contactatthecabin.com Our audio book page: www.adultbrain.ca Adultbrain Audiobook YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/@adultbrainaudiobookpublishing Grimerica Media YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/@grimerica/featured Darren's book www.acanadianshame.ca Grimerica on Rumble: https://rumble.com/c/c-2312992 Join the chat / hangout with a bunch of fellow Grimericans Https://t.me.grimerica https://www.guilded.gg/i/EvxJ44rk Get your Magic Mushrooms delivered from: Champignon Magique Mushroom Spores, Spore Syringes, Best Spore Syringes,Grow Mushrooms Spores Lab Buy DMT Canada Other affiliated shows: https://grimericaoutlawed.ca/The newer controversial Grimerica Outlawed Grimerica Show Leave a review on iTunes and/or Stitcher: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/grimerica-outlawed http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/grimerica-outlawed Sign up for our newsletter https://grimerica.substack.com/ SPAM Graham = and send him your synchronicities, feedback, strange experiences and psychedelic trip reports!! firstname.lastname@example.org InstaGRAM https://www.instagram.com/the_grimerica_show_podcast/ Tweet Darren https://twitter.com/Grimerica Can't. Darren is still deleted. Purchase swag, with partial proceeds donated to the show: www.grimerica.ca/swag Send us a postcard or letter http://www.grimerica.ca/contact/ Episode ART - Napolean Duheme's site http://www.lostbreadcomic.com/ MUSIC https://brokeforfree.bandcamp.com/ - Lemonfade Felix's Site sirfelix.bandcamp.com - Hit Song
In this Psychedelic Podcast episode, host Paul F. Austin speaks with Imran Khan, Executive Director of the UC Berkeley Center for the Science of Psychedelics (BCSP). The conversation explores diverse topics, from the recent MAPS conference to Khan's career journey and BCSP's mission to reshape psychedelic awareness. It asks the essential question: How can the field of psychedelics strike a balance between rapid growth, scientific rigor, and ethical considerations? Paul and Imran dissect the accelerating shift in public sentiment, evidenced by UC Berkeley's survey indicating that 61% of Americans support psychedelic therapy. This episode offers a multifaceted dialogue navigating the complexities of psychedelics, science, and society. Imran Khan: Imran Khan is Executive Director of the UC Berkeley Center for the Science of Psychedelics (BCSP). The BCSP exists to explore the potential of psychedelics through independent and rigorous research, training, and public education at one of the world's foremost universities. Imran has spent most of his career working at the nexus of science and society. He was previously the CEO of the British Science Association and ran grants programs for the Wellcome Trust, the world's third-largest charitable foundation. Imran has also advised lawmakers in the UK Parliament. He has presented at forums ranging from the Aspen Ideas Festival to the World Economic Forum and SXSW. His writing has appeared in the Financial Times, the Guardian, and BBC News. Imran has degrees in biology and in science communication from the University of Oxford and Imperial College London, respectively, and an MBA from City University, London. He now lives in the San Francisco Bay Area and enjoys trail-running, many forms of nerdery, and trying to cook the perfect dal. Highlights: Paul & Imran's reflections on the 2023 MAPS Psychedelic Science Conference. Imran's career trajectory and motivations for working with psychedelics. The surprising results of the UC Berkeley Center for the Science of Psychedelics (BCSP) public survey. How history has informed BCSP's approach to psychedelic science. BCSP's role as a reliable voice in the field of psychedelic education. BCSP's psychedelic journalism fellowship, sponsored by Tim Ferriss. Berkeley's psychedelic facilitator training program. The impact of California's Senate Bill 58 and the TREAT Initiative. Imran's gripe with the term “plant medicine.” Key Links: UC Berkeley Center for the Science of Psychedelics (BCSP): http://psychedelics.berkeley.edu/ Imran on Twitter: https://twitter.com/imrankhan?lang=en Third Wave's Psychedelic Coaching Institute: https://psychedeliccoaching.institute/ Episode Sponsors: Apollo Neuro - Third Wave listeners get 15% off. Psyched Wellness - use code THIRDWAVE23 to get 15% off. BiOptimizers - Get 10% off Magnesium Breakthrough
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Episode 69 - Dr. Cat Meyer; Sex, Trauma and Psychedelics This episode of the podcast features a wide ranging conversation with Dr. Cat Meyer on the potential to heal trauma through psychedelics, renewed sexual health and vulnerability. Cat is on the leading edge of multi disciplinary approaches to healing and overall wellness. Her methods challenge the mainstream and is sure to spark curiousity in all of us. We also hear from Dr. Roland Griffths in a preview of the content available for The Virtual Trip - the Psychedelic Science '23 online portal for all the sessions, panels and more. Dr. Cat Meyer, PsyD, LMFT is a licensed psychotherapist specializing in sex, trauma, and ketamine-assisted therapy (KAP), author, yoga teacher, and international speaker dedicated to evolving the relationship we have surrounding sexuality and our bodies. Dr Cat is the founder of SexLoveYoga.com, an online platform integrating various schools of thought including science, tantra, yoga, and psychedelic therapy, designed to help people create a deeply fulfilling, prosperous relational and sexual life. As an expert and published researcher on the topic of sexual health, Dr. Cat sees clients in her private practice office in Los Angeles and leads workshops, lectures, and retreats internationally. She is the author of the book sexloveyoga. Dr. Cat is the host of the podcasts Sex Love Psychedelics and Erotically Wasted, co-founder of Un.done women's sensual yoga experience.
One of the hottest topics in modern psychology is utilizing psychedelics to aid psychotherapy. Research is being conducted on the potentially beneficial use of substances like psilocybin, LSD, DMT, and MDMA in a controlled environment. In recent years, it's gotten attention for its efficacy in treating treatment-resistant depression and PTSD, addiction, and end-of-life anxiety. Related to this is the psychedelic underground, a movement that similarly wants to use these substances to improve lives but takes a different, more spiritual approach. I spoke with Rachel Harris, who has experience in both, about this exciting world. Rachel is the author of Swimming in the Sacred: Wisdom from the Psychedelic Underground and Listening to Ayahuasca: New Hope for Depression, Addiction, PTSD, and Anxiety. A psychologist who has been in private practice for 40 years, she spent ten years in an academic research department where she published more than 40 scientific studies in peer-reviewed journals and received a National Institutes of Health New Investigator's Award. Join us for the fascinating interview! Learn more about Steven Hassan and Freedom of Mind Resource Center. Visit freedomofmind.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Welcome to another insightful episode of Good Dudes Grow. In this episode, we dive into the world of entrepreneurship with a special guest who has navigated the entrepreneurial journey with passion and resilience. Join us as we uncover valuable insights, tips, and personal anecdotes from our guest's entrepreneurial experiences. Episode Highlights: Meet Our Guest: We introduce our guest, Casey Cavell, a seasoned entrepreneur, and provide a brief overview of their background and achievements. The Entrepreneurial Spark: Casey shares what inspired them to embark on the entrepreneurial path and discusses the initial spark that ignited their entrepreneurial journey. Challenges and Triumphs: Our guest opens up about the challenges they faced along the way, from financial hurdles to competition, and how they overcame these obstacles to achieve success. The Importance of Resilience: We explore the role of resilience in entrepreneurship and how it can be a driving force in overcoming setbacks and failures. Innovation and Adaptation: Casey discusses the importance of innovation and adaptation in the ever-changing business landscape and how staying ahead of the curve has been a key to their success. Advice for Aspiring Entrepreneurs: Our guest offers valuable advice and tips for aspiring entrepreneurs, including the significance of networking, seeking mentorship, and maintaining a growth mindset. The Impact of Passion: We delve into the role of passion in entrepreneurship and how it can fuel determination and creativity. Balancing Work and Life: Casey shares their insights on achieving a balance between work and personal life while pursuing entrepreneurial endeavors. How to Get Involved: Website Show Up Filled Up How to Get Involved: Gary Roberts is the founder and CEO of Pure Body Zen, a company based not only on creating and selling high-quality CBD products but on a mission to change the landscape of how mental health and addiction are treated. Gary founded a non-profit called Promises Recovery Centers for those who need it and created the first-ever educational training facility for Physicians, Therapists, and Mental Health advocates using innovative therapeutics like psilocybin, Mdma, and LSD. You can learn more about Pure Body Zen on their site, on LinkedIn, and on Instagram. If you enjoyed this episode, don't forget to visit the show on Apple Podcasts and leave a rating and review! We love hearing from you! -- We bring unbiased content educating you about Hemp CBD, Cannabis, and Innovative Therapeutics like Psychedelics. Helping people understand the benefits of Hemp CBD, Cannabis, and Psychedelics, removing the fear of the unknown, dispelling myths, and presenting facts. Are you unsure about Hemp-Derived CBD, Cannabis, and Psychedelics but are interested in learning more about the benefits of this alternative solution to big pharma? We will step out into the unknown to clearly understand what is and isn't possible with Plant-Base Medicine and breakthrough therapies using Psychedelics through success stories about health, business, and more.
For a very long time, access to divinity and spirituality was through the structure of the church or some sort of external figure. This unfortunately led to a huge loss of spiritual agency, which people desperately need in order to heal, learn and grow. Now that decriminalization and religious freedom are all happening in parallel, people can have psychedelics and direct religious experiences which is beautiful. Why are psychedelics so critical to the future of humanity? How do they help us reclaim our true selves? In this episode, I'm joined by, psychedelics expert and author of the Amazon #1 best seller “Psychedelics for Everyone”, Matt Zemon. He shares why psychedelics becoming more accessible is so powerful and necessary. The medicalization, decriminalization, religious freedom all happening in parallel is beautiful for consciousness. -Matt Zemon Three Things We Learned -Psychedelic entry points Which psychedelics allow us to open our hearts and feel love radiating from every pore? -5-MeO-DMT and how it impacts you From primal screamers to intense bliss, why is this psychedelic seen as second to none? -The prohibition no one told us about Can we finally reach a point where psychedelics are mainstream and not maligned and misunderstood? Guest Bio Matt Zemon, MSc, is a dedicated explorer of the inner world, and a passionate advocate for the thoughtful and responsible use of psychedelics. With a Master of Science in Psychology and Neuroscience of Mental Health with honors from King's College London, Matt has studied the effects of psychedelics on the mind and the potential for these experiences to serve as a catalyst for positive transformations. He is also the author of the Amazon #1 best seller “Psychedelics for Everyone”. His work in this field is motivated by a profound desire to help people navigate the sometimes challenging terrain of the psychedelic experience, and emerge from it with a deeper sense of purpose, connection, and understanding. To reclaim their true self. For more information, head to https://mattzemon.com/, buy the book here and follow @matt.zemon on Instagram.
Mary Spirito, Founder of Ritual & Routine, is a gifted healer and master coach… who nearly lost it all when she suffered from a bout of PTSD fueled by psychedelic trauma. Mary's experience left her reeling, leading her to realize there were not many practitioners on the landscape who were able to help her…So she decided to become that practitioner.Today, Mary specializes in supporting individuals "too self-aware for therapy." With a unique approach that combines various healing modalities, Mary guides her clients on a transformative journey of self-discovery, embracing authenticity, joy, and purpose.Get ready to hear Mary's story of growth, awareness, and taking her own power back … and her decision to turn around and help others do the same. LISTEN TO THIS SHOW IF: You're curious about the transformative power of psychedelic & plant medicines... but nervous about the potential for negative outcomesYou've ever felt "too self-aware for therapy" and are eager to discover how rituals and routines can be your game-changers for unlocking your true potentialYou're intrigued by the mind-body-spirit connection and want to learn practical ways to explore your conscious awarenessTo learn more about Mary you can find her on Instagram @ritualandroutine as well as her website www.ritualandroutineschool.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
https://www.paypal.me/Truelifepodcast?locale.x=en_USSara Payan is a nationally recognized & award-winning educator, public speaker, policy advocate, writer & the host of the"Planted with Sara Payan" podcast. For over a decade, Sara worked for the Apothecarium as their Director of Education & Public Education Officer. An industry veteran with over 18,000 hours of experience guiding & educating the public, Payan has her finger on the pulse of the industry regarding consumer trends & product development & trained cannabis professionals on consumer relationship building & the art of the sale. She has consulted with numerous brands on product development, public outreach, marketing & engagement for businesses.Sara sits on the California Cannabis Advisory Committee & the San Francisco CannabisOversight Committee & was Co-Chair of the San Francisco State Cannabis Legalization Taskforce. As a Stage III cancer survivor & former civil rights professional, she believes that educating consumers & policymakers makes for safe access, sound policy and equitable industry opportunities.Sara consults with large healthcare organizations such as Kaiser & UCSF, helping them understand the role cannabis can play in patients' lives and offering educational sessions for their patients. She leads large-scale industry training & lectures nationwide, including CEU credit classes for healthcare practitioners. Sara created & taught the first cannabis education workshops for City College of San Francisco. She has presented her educational series at UC Berkeley Haas School of Business, SF Public Library & Glide Memorial Church.Sara was named among the 100+ Most Important Women in Cannabis for 2019 &2020. She is a subject matter expert for lifestyle publications such as Self Magazine. Her work has been highlighted in MG Retailer, Magnetic Magazine, The Bold Italic, SF Weekly, SF Chronicle, California Leaf, & Damian Marley's "Medication" video series.Sara is a contributing writer for Rolling Stone & Cannabis Now. She has been honored to speak & lecture at the Cannabis Business Times Conference, New West Summit, Women in Cannabis Expo, Patients Out of Time, Women Grow, The Women's Visionary Congress & the Arkansas Cannabis Industry Association.Experiencehttps://sarapayan.com/https://spotify.link/v2ZSwtVgoDb https://www.paypal.me/Truelifepodcast?locale.x=en_US
We trip around obscure psych of Brazil, UK, Venezuela, Netherlands and Japan.... and of course some super cool USA psych from Chocolate Watchband, Beefheart, Love, Ultimate Spinach and more! Full playlist always posted via Retrospect 60s Garage Punk Show on Facebook and Insta. Retrospect is created by Phil Grey at Free FM 89.0 [Kirikiriroa/Hamilton, NZ]
RBNW investigates the death of a 3 year old baby, the increased interest in psychedelics, sits down with Diddy to discuss new music, and takes a look at Black women in the gaming space. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this special episode, Melanie Pincus, Ph.D. and Manesh Girn, Ph.D., who joined David in episode 403 to discuss the launch of their new course, essentially interview each other. As the 2nd edition of their popular course, Psychedelic Neuroscience Demystified, begins on October 4, we wanted to give them a chance to highlight some of the aspects of neuroscience students can expect to learn in the course, and what so many people who are interested in psychedelics don't fully understand: What does neuroplasticity actually entail? Can one predict if a patient is more apt to have an experience with ego dissolution? How does the amygdala relate to mood disorders? When are critical periods of greater plasticity and socialization at their most beneficial? How does neuroplasticity relate to chronic stress? They also discuss lessons they've received from their own journeys; why they created the course; serotonin; psychological flexibility; body-based versions of self vs. memory-based versions; psychedelics and re-encoding memories (and the potential for false memories); how psychedelic therapy is different from standard drug treatments; psychedelics and the default mode network (is the story oversimplified?), and much more. Click here to head to the show notes page.
Dark Matter is a limited Patreon Only series that represents an extended chronological deep dive into the entire Twin Peaks canon. Emily Moyer, Laura Wilson, Hunter Muse, and Chris Snipes will convene every episode or two to unpack the layers of strange nectar within. Eventually, they will be inviting special guests to join in the... Read More
Callo Herrera is a farmer, a grower, a scientist, and a fun guy to be around! Tyler & Callo have become trauma-bonded through a mishap back in the day where they indulged in what they had thought was "acid" but was actually a less researched psychedelic, and the experience took a turn for the worst. Be sure to go back and listen to Episode #18 where Tyler lays out the entirety of the situation, and also Episode #77 where Callo & Tyler discuss this occurrence for the first time. In this episode Callo shares what he has learned since, bringing along literature with him to read from, and Tyler attempts to find closure from this conversation. Be sure to find Callo Herrera on Instagram @callo11 ! TELL YOUR FRIENDS ABOUT THE PODCAST. Find the host Tyler Colombero @brodudemann . Check out the NEW TSNN website with links to The Symbiosis Now Podcast & THE CALI AG PODCAST from The Symbiosis Now Network ! Give Alfredo Vargas from Academy West Insurance a call at (559)638-3800 ! Cheers to Nic Chagoya aka @nicos_wurld , aka @nicos_artbook , aka @nicosgotsatiktok for creating the new podcast cover art that you are witnessing now! Be sure to find him on the socials and see his wide variety of skills & art. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/symbiosisnow/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/symbiosisnow/support
Dr. H sits down with Dr. Julia King Olivier, a Swiss psychiatrist and co-founder of the Compassionate Care Center in Geneva, Switzerland, to explore the fascinating landscape of psychedelic-assisted therapy there. Julia is one of a small group of physicians in Switzerland who has permission to work with LSD, psilocybin, MDMA, and ketamine, and she shares her clinical experience and wisdom in this emerging realm.BFTA among the Top 15 Psychedelic Podcasts of 2023!https://podcasts.feedspot.com/psychedelic_podcasts/?_src=alsoinBFTA on Instagram. @backfromtheabysspodcasthttps://www.instagram.com/backfromtheabysspodcast/BFTA/ Dr. Hhttps://www.craigheacockmd.com/podcast-page/
Physician-scientist Sunil K. Aggarwal, MD, PhD, FAAPMR, co-founder and co-director of the Advanced Integrative Medical Science Institute (AIMS), is among the leading researchers giving lectures at the GW Medicinal Fungi Conference from 9 am to 4:20 pm ET on Friday, September 22, 2023. It's not too late to register for this online conference. bit.ly/3QUqlAD Dr. Aggarwal's primary clinical and research work is in Palliative Care, Rehabilitation Medicine, medical cannabis care integration, and Psychedelic Integrative Medicine. Board-certified in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and Hospice and Palliative Medicine, he has served as the Chair of the Integrative Medicine Special Interest Group at the American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine. Dr. Aggarwal is a Clinical Instructor at the University of Washington School of Medicine, an Affiliate Assistant Professor of Geography at the University of Washington, and a Faculty Member of the National Family Medicine Residency. He is an Associate Member of the New York Academy of Medicine and the Humboldt Institute for Interdisciplinary Marijuana Research. He serves on the Editorial Advisory Board of the National Cancer Institute's PDQ Cancer CAM information summary on cannabis and cannabinoids. ◘ Related content Psychedelics for Brain Injury: A Mini-Review www.aimsinstitute.net/psychedelics-f…a-mini-review/ AIMS Co-Director Dr. Sunil Aggarwal Featured on the show The Edge on The Bluntness www.aimsinstitute.net/aims-co-direct…the-bluntness/ Johns Hopkins Center for Psychedelic and Consciousness Research www.hopkinsmedicine.org/psychiatry/re…research.html ◘ Transcript www.linkedin.com/pulse/transcript…-of/?published=t ◘ This podcast features the song “Follow Your Dreams” (freemusicarchive.org/music/Scott_Ho…ur_Dreams_1918) by Scott Holmes, available under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial (01https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0/) license. ◘ Disclaimer: The content and information shared in GW Integrative Medicine is for educational purposes only and should not be taken as medical advice. The views and opinions expressed in GW Integrative Medicine represent the opinions of the host(s) and their guest(s). For medical advice, diagnosis, and/or treatment, please consult a medical professional.
In this episode, Eric and Michelle discuss Terence McKenna — an American ethnobotanist* and mystic known for advocating responsible use of natural psychedelics and exploring a wide range of topics from philosophy to consciousness. (An ethnobotanist studies the interrelationships between people and plants.)
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Dr Michael Yang is an integrative medicine specialist based in Los Angeles who specializes in Ketamine treatment. I had an absolute blast with Michael and honestly feel a renewed sense of optimism for the medical system knowing that there are doctors like him treating patients.In this conversation, you can expect to learn:
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Are psychedelics the real deal when it comes to healing trauma? What if you think you don't have trauma in your life? Tune in to learn about the healing benefits of psychedelics, as well as how to experience them in a safe environment. On today's episode, Jenn talks with Dr. Randall Hansen, who is a promoter of healing through the power of ps